Positions of Three Discrete Sources of Galactic Radio-Frequency Radiation

@article{Bolton1949PositionsOT,
  title={Positions of Three Discrete Sources of Galactic Radio-Frequency Radiation},
  author={John G. Bolton and G. J. Stanley and O. B. Slee},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1949},
  volume={164},
  pages={101-102}
}
IN a recent communication1 an account was given of the discovery of a number of discrete sources of galactic radio-frequency radiation. Accurate measurements of the position of three of these sources have since been made from sites on the east and west coasts of New Zealand and on the east coast of Australia. The technique employed was to observe the sources at rising or setting, with an aerial on a high cliff overlooking the sea. These observations, when corrected for atmospheric refraction… 
Galactic Radio Sources of Large Angular Diameter
THE survey of extra-terrestrial radiation, made at 1.89 m. with the 218-ft. paraboloid at Jodrell Bank, gave the position and intensity of 23 localized sources1 between declinations N. 38° and N.
RADIO GALAXIES AND QUASARS
The discrete sources of radio emission were first distinguished from the general background radiation during the 1940’s as a result of their rapid amplitude scintillations ; and initially, it was
The history of early low frequency radio astronomy in Australia. 3: Ellis, Reber and the Cambridge field station near Hobart
Low frequency radio astronomy in Tasmania began with the arrival of Grote Reber to the State in 1954. 1 After analysing ionospheric data from around the world, he concluded that Tasmania would be a
The Radiophysics Field Stations and the Early Development of Radio Astronomy
During the period 1946–1961 Australia was one of the world’s leading nations in radio astronomy and played a key role in its development. Much of the research was carried out at a number of different
The Early Development of Australian Radio Astronomy: The Role of the CSIRO Division of Radiophysics Field Stations
During the period 1946–1961 Australia was one of the world’s leading nations in radio astronomy and played a key role in its development. Much of the research was carried out at a number of different
An Old Fogey’s History of Radio Jets
This paper describes a personal view of the discovery of radio jets in celestial radio sources. The existence of narrow, collimated optical features in distant objects has been known about since the
Introduction to Radio Astronomy
A general description of the nature of radio astronomy, its differences from optical astronomy, a review of the earliest beginnings of galactic and solar radio astronomy, and a listing of other
Radio-Astronomy and Navigation
  • C. M. Cade
  • Physics
    The Journal of the Royal Aeronautical Society
  • 1958
The difficulties of determining latitude and longitude under adverse weather conditions, when neither the Sun nor stars can be sighted, are well-known, and the advantages of a non-visual system of
...
1
2
3
4
5
...

References

SHOWING 1-3 OF 3 REFERENCES
Discrete Sources of Galactic Radio Frequency Noise
IN a recent communication1 an outline was given of investigations of the variable galactic noise received from the constellation of Cygnus, first noticed by Hey, Parsons and Phillips2. The
The Crab Nebula.
The Crab Nebula.