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Wlerick and Véron1 have suggested that there is a new class of radio objects—namely, radio stars. This suggestion was based on a search in the positions of 3C (revised) radio sources having ∣bII∣ >… (More)
More accurate positions have been found for the pulsed radio sources CP0950 and CP1133.
ROWAN-ROBINSON has presented evidence that radio galaxies exhibit remarkably strong evolutionary effects with cosmological epoch1. Examination of his evidence, however, indicates that, although an… (More)
The Cambridge one-mile telescope has been used to fix the position of a second pulsed radio source. There is no obvious identification with an optical source.