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Preliminary Results from a 35″-arc Compound Interferometer

  • K. J. Wellington (a1) and A. Watkinson (a1)


This year the School of Electrical Engineering began observations with the new Fleurs compound interferometer. This instrument operates at 21 cm and has a fan-beam response 35″ arc wide in an east-west direction.



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1 Christiansen, W. N., and Wellington, K. J., Nature, 209, 1173 (1966).
2 Christiansen, W. N., Mathewson, D. S., and Pawsey, J. L., Nature, 180, 944 (1957).
3 Swarup, G., and Yang, K. S., Trans. IRE, AP-9, 75 (1961).
4 Christiansen, W. N., and Mathewson, D. S., ‘Paris Symposium on Radio Astronomy’, ed. Bracewell, R. N., p. 108, Stanford University Press, 1959.


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