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INTER-DIVISION IV-V-IX / WORKING GROUP HISTORIC RADIO ASTRONOMY

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The Working Group was formed at the IAU XXV General Assembly in Sydney, 2003, as a joint initiative of Commissions 40 Radio Astronomy and Commission 41 History of Astronomy, in order to assemble a master list of surviving historically-significant radio telescopes and associated instrumentation found worldwide, and document the technical specifications and scientific achievements of these instruments. In addition, it would maintain an on-going bibliography of publications on the history of radio astronomy, and monitor other developments relating to the history of radio astronomy (including the deaths of pioneering radio astronomers).

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Orchiston, W., Davies, R., Denisse, J.-F., et al. 2004, JAHH, 7, 53Google Scholar
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