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Techniques for Decimetre Wavelength Observations of Radio Plages and Bursts
Christiansen, W. N.
Proceedings of the Astronomical Society of Australia, Volume 1, Issue 2, page 55
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The first daily maps showing the two-dimensional radio brightness distribution over the Sun were produced at Fleurs ten years ago when the 64-antenna grating cross was completed. The maps had a resolution of 3' arc at lambda = 21 cm. When the Fleurs field station was given to the University by CSIRO in 1963 it was decided to use the antennas of the grating cross and add to them four or more larger antennas (45 ft diameter) to produce a pair of high resolving-power compound interferometers.

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