The Radio Observatory on the Lunar Surface for Solar studies

@inproceedings{Lazio2011TheRO,
  title={The Radio Observatory on the Lunar Surface for Solar studies},
  author={T. Joseph L. W. Lazio and R J Macdowall and Jack O. Burns and Dayton L. Jones and Kurt W. Weiler and Lucas Demaio and Aaron Cohen and Nikunj P. Dalal and Emil Polisensky and Kenneth S Stewart and Sanket Bale and Nat Gopalswamy and Michael M. Kaiser and Justin Kasper},
  year={2011}
}
The Radio Observatory on the Lunar Surface for Solar studies (ROLSS) is a concept for a near-side low radio frequency imaging interferometric array designed to study particle acceleration at the Sun and in the inner heliosphere. The prime science mission is to image the radio emission generated by Type II and III solar radio burst processes with the aim of… CONTINUE READING