A very rapid Extreme Scattering Event in the IDV source 0954 + 658

@inproceedings{Cim2001AVR,
  title={A very rapid Extreme Scattering Event in the IDV source 0954 + 658},
  author={Giuseppe Cim{\'o} and Thomas E Beckert and Thomas P. Krichbaum and Lars Fuhrmann and Alex Kraus and Arno Witzel and J. Anton Zensus},
  year={2001}
}
Extreme Scattering Events (ESEs) are dramatic variations of the flux density at Gigahertz frequencies caused by ray path distortions within an isolated inho-mogeneity (" plasma lens ") in the interstellar medium. These events are characterized by a deep flux density minimum in the light curve with, in some cases, surrounding maxima. The variability time… CONTINUE READING