Early Australian Optical and Radio Observations of Centaurus A

@article{Robertson2010EarlyAO,
  title={Early Australian Optical and Radio Observations of Centaurus A},
  author={P. Robertson and Glen Cozens and W. Orchiston and B. Slee and H. Wendt},
  journal={Publications of the Astronomical Society of Australia},
  year={2010},
  volume={27},
  pages={402 - 430}
}
Abstract The discovery of the radio source Centaurus A and its optical counterpart NGC 5128 were important landmarks in the history of Australian astronomy. NGC 5128 was first observed in August 1826 by James Dunlop during a survey of southern objects at the Parramatta Observatory, west of the settlement at Sydney Cove. The observatory had been founded a few years earlier by Thomas Brisbane, the new governor of the British colony of New South Wales. Just over 120 years later, John Bolton… Expand
THE DISCOVERY OF DISCRETE RADIO SOURCES
The radio continuum structure of Centaurus A at 1.4 GHz
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