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First e-VLBI observations of GRS 1915+105

  • A. Rushton (a1), R. E. Spencer (a1), M. Strong (a1), R. M. Campbell (a2), S. Casey (a1), R. P. Fender (a3) (a4), M. A. Garrett (a2), J. C. A. Miller-Jones (a4), G. G. Pooley (a5), C. Reynolds (a2), A. Szomoru (a2), V. Tudose (a4) (a6) and Z. Paragi (a2)...

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We present results from the first successful open call e-VLBI science run, observing the X-ray binary GRS 1915+105. e-VLBI science allows the rapid production of VLBI radio maps, within hours of an observation rather than weeks. A total of 6 telescopes observing at 5 GHz across the European VLBI Network (EVN) were correlated in real time at the Joint Institute for VLBI in Europe (JIVE). Throughout this, GRS 1915+105 was observed for a total of 5.5 hours, producing 2.8 GB of visibilities of correlated data. The peak brightness was 10.2 mJy per beam, with a total integrated radio flux of 11.1 mJy.

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Fender, R. P., Garrington, S. T., McKay, D. J., Muxlow, T. W. B., Pooley, G. G., Spencer, R. E. et al. 1999, mnras, 304, 865
Mirabel, I. F. & Rodriguez, L. F. 1994, Nature, 371, 46
Miller-Jones, J. C. A., McCormick, D. G., Fender, R. P., Spencer, R. E., Muxlow, T. W. B. & Pooley, G. G. 2005, MNRAS, 363, 867
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First e-VLBI observations of GRS 1915+105

  • A. Rushton (a1), R. E. Spencer (a1), M. Strong (a1), R. M. Campbell (a2), S. Casey (a1), R. P. Fender (a3) (a4), M. A. Garrett (a2), J. C. A. Miller-Jones (a4), G. G. Pooley (a5), C. Reynolds (a2), A. Szomoru (a2), V. Tudose (a4) (a6) and Z. Paragi (a2)...

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