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19. Recent results in radio astronomy at the Ohio State University

  • J. D. Kraus (a1), H. C. Ko (a1), R. T. Nash (a1) and D. V. Stoutenburg (a1)

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Research in radio astronomy at the Ohio State University covers a wide range of astronomical and engineering phases. In this paper the principal topics currently under investigation are briefly discussed. Reference is made to more detailed papers or reports published within recent months or now in the press.

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1. Sky and Telescope, 14, 22, November 1954.
2. Sky and Telescope, 14, 371, July 1955.
3. Ko, H. C. and Kraus, J. D. O.S.U. Radio Observatory Report , no. 4, 22 June 1955.
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19. Recent results in radio astronomy at the Ohio State University

  • J. D. Kraus (a1), H. C. Ko (a1), R. T. Nash (a1) and D. V. Stoutenburg (a1)

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