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18 cm VLBI Network

  • L. I. Matveyenko (a1), V. I. Kostenko (a1), V. V. Timofeev (a1), L. R. Kogan (a1), B. Z. Kanevskii (a1), I. G. Moiseev (a2), R. L. Sorotchenko (a3), R. M. Martirosyan (a4) and M. V. Golovnya (a5)...

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The Soviet VLBI network includes parabolic 70-m antennas located near Usuriisk and Eupatoria, a 64-m antenna in Bear Lake, 22-m antennas in Pushino and Simeiz, and a 25-m antenna near Ulan-Ude. The maximum baseline length in the E–W direction is equal to about 7000 km, and in the N–S direction is equal to 1300 km. The minimum baseline length is equal to about 100 km.

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Matveyenko, L., et al. 1983, Sov. Letter Astron. J., 9, 415.
Matveyenko, L., et al. 1986, Sov. Letter Astron. J., 12, 59.
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