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In this paper we report the first results of the 327 MHz VLBI survey which has been carried out in the last two years to select potential candidate sources for the future SVLBI missions and to search for directions of small scattering-“holes” in the interstellar scattering medium. During the three VLBI sessions conducted so far, we observed about 80 sources. Preliminary data analyzed from the first part of the survey shows that at least 17 out of 50 sources have compact components with a size smaller than 30 mas.
Networked projects e.g. Gamma-Ray Burst follow up optical observations
require dense worldwide coverage. We are investigating potentially interesting sites for
observatories in Central Asia where coverage by observatories is still poor. One of the
most important parameter of a site is a number of clear night hours. We present first
results of direct parameter measurements gathered with weather stations and our own
observations in different sites of Mongolia.
The regular CCD observations of near-Earth asteroids (NEAs) in the Institute of Astronomy of Kharkiv National University were initiated in 1995 within the framework of asteroid hazard problem in collaboration with the DLR, Institute of Planetary Research (Berlin). The main aim of the study is a determination of rotation periods and shapes of NEAs as well as astrometry of newly discovered objects. We also carry out the absolute photometry of NEAs in BVRI bands in order to put constraints on surface properties and to estimate their diameters. The observations are carried out with 0.7-m telescope of the Institute of Astronomy (Kharkiv) and with 1-m telescope of the Crimean Astrophysical Observatory (Simeiz) in the standard Johnson-Cousins photometric system. Some observations were made as an optical support of radar observation of NEAs. We present the results of photometric observations of 21 NEAs obtained in 2004-2006 which include asteroid rotation properties, diameters and shapes.
We represent results of experiments on investigation of solar wind plasma by the method of radio sounding, when the signal from the radio source paths through the solar wind plasma and then it's received at ground-based radiointerferometer.To search for other articles by the author(s) go to: http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abstract_service.html
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