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The 158 MHz Solar Interferometer at Culgoora

  • R. T. Stewart (a1)

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The function of the 158 MHz interferometer operating at the CSIRO Solar Observatory, Culgoora, N.S.W., is the measurement of solar radio burst positions at a frequency close to the second harmonic frequency of the radioheliograph. The interferometer is designed to measure the north-south and east-west position co-ordinates of an isolated active region on the Sun with an accuracy of ~1′ arc, at rates up to 16 s−1.

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1 Wild, J. P., Proc. IREE Ausy, 28, 279 (1967); Proc. ASA, 1, 38 (1967).
2 Morimoto, M., Pub. Ast. Soc. Japan, 13, 285 (1967).

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