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The Molonglo reference catalog/1 Jansky radio source survey. I. Radio galaxy identifications
This is the first in a series of papers discussing the properties of a complete set of radio sources selected near {ital S}{sub 408}=1 Jy. We present optical or infrared identifications for a sample
The Molonglo Reference Catalog 1 Jy Radio Source Survey. II. Radio Structures of Galaxy Identifications
This is the second in a series of papers discussing the radio, optical, and near-IR properties of a large and complete sample of radio sources selected from the Molonglo Reference Catalog (MRC) at
The Molonglo Reference Catalog 1 Jy Radio Source Survey. III. Identification of a Complete Quasar Sample
We present a new complete sample of 111 radio quasars (including six BL Lac objects) selected from the Molonglo Reference Catalog (MRC) at 408 MHz. The sample, which we call the Molonglo Quasar
High-redshift radio galaxies from the Molonglo catalogue
Further results from the ongoing study of radio galaxies from the Molonglo Reference Catalogue are reported. The sources were selected to have 408 MHz flux densities greater than 0.95 Jy and low
The Ooty Wide Field Array
We describe here an ongoing upgrade to the legacy Ooty Radio Telescope (ORT). The ORT is a cylindrical parabolic cylinder 530 m × 30 m in size operating at a frequency of 326.5 (or z∼3.35 for the HI
The Molonglo Reference Catalog 1 Jy Radio Source Survey. IV. Optical Spectroscopy of a Complete Quasar Sample
Optical spectroscopic data are presented here for quasars from the Molonglo Quasar Sample (MQS), which forms part of a complete survey of 1 Jy radio sources from the Molonglo Reference Catalog. The
The Receiver System for the Ooty Wide Field Array
The legacy Ooty Radio Telescope (ORT) is being reconfigured as a 264-element synthesis telescope, called the Ooty Wide Field Array (OWFA). Its antenna elements are the contiguous 1.92 m sections of
MSH 05-22 : a giant radio source in the southern sky.
During a program of mapping a complete sample of extended radio sources with the Molonglo Observatory Synthesis Telescope (MOST), the source MSH 05-22 (0503-286) was discovered to be a giant radio
A pre-launch low frequency VLBI survey for RadioAstron
Preliminary results from two low frequency Very Long Baseline Interferometry (VLBI) observations (EA009 and INTAS1) at 327 MHz are described. Sixty one sources were observed. Twenty five sources are
An Optimum Deconvolution Method
An optimum solution to a deconvolution problem has to fulfil three general criteria: (a) an explicit recognition of the smoothing nature of convolution; (b) a statistical treatment of noise, e. g.,
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