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The Southern Hemisphere VLBI Experiment Program, SHEVE

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The Southern Hemisphere VLBI Experiment (SHEVE) program is aimed at producing high-resolution images of southern radio sources. The radio telescopes of the present SHEVE array are described below and some recent results presented.

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Jauncey, D.L., 1991, ‘VLBI in Australia - A Review’, Aust. J. Phys., 44, 785803.
Jauncey, D.L., et al. 1991, ‘An unusually strong Einstein ring in the radio source PKS 1830–211’, Nature, 352, 132134.
Jauncey, D.L., and the SHEVE Team, 1993, ‘Southern Hemisphere Observations of PKS 1830–211’, Proc. Symposium on Sub-Arcsecond Radio Astronomy, Manchester, July 1992, in press.
Jones, D.L., and the SHEVE Team, 1993, ‘Northern Hemisphere VLBI observations of PKS 1830–211’, Proc. Symposium on Sub-Arcsecond Radio Astronomy, Manchester, July 1992, in press.
King, E.A., and the SHEVE Team, 1993, ‘A VLBI survey of Southern Hemisphere peaked spectrum sources’, Proc. Symposium on Sub-Arcsecond Radio Astronomy, Manchester, July 1992, in press.
Meier, D.L., et al. 1989, ‘The high resolution structure of the Centaurus A nucleus at 2.3 and 8.4 GHz.’, Astron. J., 98, 2735.
Meier, D.L., and the SHEVE Team, 1993, ‘Multi-epoch 8.4 GHz VLBI observations of the nucleus of Centaurus A’, Proc. Symposium on Sub-Arcsecond Radio Astronomy, Manchester, July 1992, in press.
Murphy, D.W., and the SHEVE Team, 1993, ‘2.3 GHz VLBI images of Southern Hemisphere radio galaxies and quasars’, Proc. Symposium on Sub-Arcsecond Radio Astronomy, Manchester, July 1992, in press.
Preston, R.A. et al. 1989, The Southern Hemisphere VLBI Experiment, Astron. J., 98, 126.
Preston, R.A., and the SHEVE Team, 1993, ‘The Southern Hemisphere VLBI Experiment (SHEVE)’, Proc. Symposium on Sub-Arcsecond Radio Astronomy, Manchester, July 1992, in press.
Reynolds, J.E., and the SHEVE Team, 1993, ‘The unusual radiosource MSH 04–71’, Proc. Symposium on Sub-Arcsecond Radio Astronomy, Manchester, July 1992, in press.
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