Accession Number : AD0457727
Title : FURTHER ACCURATE DECLINATIONS OF RADIO SOURCES,
Corporate Author : OWENS VALLEY RADIO OBSERVATORY PASADENA CA
Personal Author(s) : Wyndham, J. D. ; Read, R. B.
Report Date : 1964
Pagination or Media Count : 11
Abstract : The two 90-foot steerable paraboloids of the Owens Valley Radio Observatory were used as a twoelement interferometer with a north-south baseline to measure accurately the declinations of 90 radio sources with right ascensions between 9 hours 50 minutes and 24 hours. The antenna separation was 200 feet and the observing frequency was 1390 Mc/s. The average standard error of the measured declinations is = 12 seconds of arc. (Author)
Descriptors : , (*EXTRATERRESTRIAL RADIO WAVES, RADIO ASTRONOMY), MEASUREMENT, PARABOLIC BODIES, INTERFEROMETERS, ANTENNAS, ERRORS, TABLES(DATA), CALIFORNIA.
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE