Radio astronomy question

How does a radio telescope make a picture ?

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Andrew R.

On 14/11/11 06:24 AM, Andrew R. wrote:

How does a radio telescope make a picture ?

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Andrew R.

Phase-array imaging. I have a 800-page book that explains it Basically
you have a whole lot of
two-element interferometers at different spacings, and then feed that
into a big pile of math.

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On 14/11/11 10:42 AM, Sudhir | NetworthS wrote:

Could you pl name the author and title. Thanks in advance. 'S.

http://www.aspbooks.org/a/volumes/table_of_contents/?book_id=118

(Sorry, it’s a 477-page book, not 800 pages. An easy bedtime read :slight_smile: )

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Could you pl name the author and title. Thanks in advance. 'S.

On 11/14/11, Marcus D. Leech [email protected] wrote:

two-element interferometers at different spacings, and then feed that


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