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7.960 MC/S Observations of Radio Sources in the Sydney Catalogue

Kellermann, K. I. and Harris, D. E. (1960) 7.960 MC/S Observations of Radio Sources in the Sydney Catalogue. Observations of the Owens Valley Radio Observatory, California Institute of Technology , Pasadena, CA. (Unpublished) http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20140709-090040103

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Abstract

During March and September 1960, observations were made with the Caltech interferometer of 739 sources listed in the two catalogues of Mills, Slee and Hill^1,^2. The primary purpose of the investigation was to provide this observatory with a 960 Mc/s "finding list" for future measurements of source sizes and precise positions. The area covered in these observations was: 0: -50° to -20° a: 17 to 5 hours o: -20° to +10° a: O to 24 hours. In general, the observations were restricted to sources in the MSH catalogues whose flux density at 86 Mc/s was greater than 15 x l0^(-26) watts m^-2 (c/s)^-l. All sources down to this level were examined with the exception of those in the region 18h to 24h, between o^o and -10° . Most sources were observed near transit for at least four or five minutes at the position given in the Sydney catalogues. This allowed us to observe one 10-degree declination zone each night. The flux density of each source was measured relative to the standard source Hydra A ( 09-14), which was observed each night when possible. When Hydra A was not available, 22-11 was used as a secondary calibrator. All observations were made at night to avoid effects of solar radiation.


Item Type:Report or Paper (Report)
Alternate Title:Observations of the Owens Valley Radio Observatory
Additional Information:We wish to express our appreciation to Drs. Mills, Slee, and Hill who kindly provided us with the latest results of their survey in advance of publication . We are grateful to Professor J . G. Bolton for his constant guidance throughout the course of this program . We would also like to thank Dr. D. Morris and Mr. J. F . Bartlett for their assistance during the observations, Mr. A. T. Moffet for the use of unpublished results, and Mr . V. Radhakrishnan for his comments on the manuscript . This work was performed under U. S . Office of Naval Research Contract Nonr 220(19).
Group:Owens Valley Radio Observatory (OVRO)
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Office of Naval Research (ONR)Nonr 220(19)
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