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Daily Radio Frequency Observations of Selected Objects

  • B. J. Geldzahler (a1) (a2), K. J. Johnston (a1), J. H. Spencer (a1), E. B. Waltman (a1), W. J. Klepczynski (a1), P. E. Angerhofer (a1), D. R. Florkowski (a1), D.D. McCarthy (a1) and D. N. Matsakis (a1)...

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In Table I we present the list of 38 celestial objects that have been observed since January 1978 at 2.7 and 8.1 GHz with the Green Bank interferometer. The sources fall naturally into three categories: radio stars, possibly Galactic sources, and extragalactic sources. SS433, Cyg X-3, and each extrgalactic source is measured several times per day while the other sources are measured once every three days. Reports on the entire program will be found in Geldzahler et al. (1983a), and on specific sources: SS433—Johnston et al. (1983a), BL Lac—Johnston et al. (1983b), Cyg X-3—Geldzahler et al. (1983b) and elsewhere in this volume), and CTA 26—Spencer et al. (1983).

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Geldzahler, B.J. et al.: 1983a, to be submitted to A. J.
Geldzahler, B.J. et al.: 1983b, Ap. J. (Letters) in press.
Johnston, K.J. et al.: 1983a, A. J. in press.
Johnston, K.J. et al.: 1983b, Ap. J. (Letters) in press.
Spencer, J.H. et al.: to be submitted to Ap. J.
van der Laan, H.: 1966, Nature 211, 1131.

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