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Correlated Flux Density Outbursts and Structural Variations in a Sample of Low Frequency Variable Radio Sources

  • M. Bondi (a1), L. Padrielli (a2), R. Fanti (a2), L. Gregorini (a2), F. Mantovani (a2), J.D. Romney (a3), N. Bartel (a4), K.W. Weiler (a5) and G.D. Nicolson (a6)...

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Snapshot VLBI observations at 18 cm have been obtained with a global array at three epochs (1980.1, 1981.8, 1987.9) in order to investigate flux density and/or structural variations for a sample of 21 low frequency variable sources (Padrielli et al. 1987 Astron Astrophys. Suppl. Ser., 67, 63; Bondi et al. 1993 in preparation).

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Correlated Flux Density Outbursts and Structural Variations in a Sample of Low Frequency Variable Radio Sources

  • M. Bondi (a1), L. Padrielli (a2), R. Fanti (a2), L. Gregorini (a2), F. Mantovani (a2), J.D. Romney (a3), N. Bartel (a4), K.W. Weiler (a5) and G.D. Nicolson (a6)...

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