Science with the Murchison Widefield Array

@article{Bowman2013ScienceWT,
  title={Science with the Murchison Widefield Array},
  author={Judd D. Bowman and Iver H. Cairns and David L. Kaplan and Tara Murphy and Divya Oberoi and Lister Staveley-Smith and Wayne Arcus and David G. Barnes and Gianni Bernardi and Frank H. Briggs and Shea Austin Brown and John D. Bunton and A J Burgasser and Roger J. Cappallo and Shami Chatterjee and Brian E. Corey and Anthea J. Coster and Avinash A. Deshpande and Ludi deSouza and David Emrich and Philip Erickson and Robert F. Goeke and Bryan M. Gaensler and Lincoln J. Greenhill and Lisa Harvey-Smith and Bryna J. Hazelton and David Edwin Herne and Jacqueline N. Hewitt and Melanie Johnston-Hollitt and Justin Christophe Kasper and Barton B. Kincaid and Ronald Koenig and Eric Kratzenberg and Colin J. Lonsdale and Mervyn J. Lynch and Lynn Diane Matthews and Stephen R. McWhirter and Daniel A. Mitchell and Miguel F. Morales and Edward H. Morgan and Stephen M. Ord and Joseph Pathikulangara and Prabu Thiagaraj and Ronald A. Remillard and Timothy Robishaw and Alan E. E. Rogers and Anish A. Roshi and Joseph E. Salah and R. J. Sault and N. Udaya Shankar and K. S. Srivani and Jamie B. Stevens and Ravi Subrahmanyan and Steven J. Tingay and Randall B. Wayth and Mark Waterson and Rachel L. Webster and Alan R. Whitney and Andrew J. Williams and Christopher L. Williams and J. Stuart B. Wyithe},
  journal={Publications of the Astronomical Society of Australia},
  year={2013},
  volume={30},
  pages={1-28}
}
  • Judd D. Bowman, Iver H. Cairns, +58 authors J. Stuart B. Wyithe
  • Published 2013
  • Physics
  • Publications of the Astronomical Society of Australia
  • Significantnewopportunitiesforastrophysicsandcosmologyhavebeenidentifiedatlowradiofrequencies.TheMurchison Widefield Array is the first telescope in the southern hemisphere designed specifically to explore the low-frequency astronomical sky between 80 and 300 MHz with arcminute angular resolution and high survey efficiency. The telescope will enable new advances along four key science themes, including searching for redshifted 21-cm emission from the EoR in the early Universe; Galactic and… CONTINUE READING

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