Third-Generation Calibrations for MeerKAT Observation

@article{Parekh2021ThirdGenerationCF,
  title={Third-Generation Calibrations for MeerKAT Observation},
  author={Viral Parekh and R. E. Kincaid and B. Hugo and Athanaseus J T Ramaila and Nadeem Oozeer},
  journal={Galaxies},
  year={2021}
}
Superclusters and galaxy clusters offer a wide range of astrophysical science topics with regards to studying the evolution and distribution of galaxies, intra-cluster magnetization mediums, cosmic ray accelerations and large scale diffuse radio sources all in one observation. Recent developments in new radio telescopes and advanced calibration software have completely changed data quality that was never possible with old generation telescopes. Hence, radio observations of superclusters are a… 
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