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Linear polarization Sensitive VLBI

  • David H. Roberts (a1), Leslie F. Brown (a1) and John F. C. Wardle (a1)

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We describe the techniques currently used to produce linear polarization sensitive radio images at milliarcsecond resolution, and briefly discuss what will be possible in the next few years.

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Linear polarization Sensitive VLBI

  • David H. Roberts (a1), Leslie F. Brown (a1) and John F. C. Wardle (a1)

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