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Konovalenko Alexander A., Zarka Philippe, Rucker Helmut O., Zakharenko V. V., Ulyanov Oleg M., Sidorchuk M. A., Stepkin S., Melnik Valentin N., Kalinichenko Nikolay Nikolaevich, Stanislavsky A. A., Tokarsky P., Koliadin V., Shepelev V., Dorovskyy V. V., Bubnov I. N., Yerin S., Reznichenko A., Litvinenko G. V., Shevchuk N. V., Koval A. A., Vasylieva I. Y., Mylostna K. Y., Skoryk A. O., Shevtsova A. I., Volvach Y., Vasylkovsky E., Ryabov V. B., Lecacheux Alain, Denis Laurent, Panchenko Mykhaylo, Fischer Georg, Imai M., Grießmeier Jean-Mathias, Mann Gottfried, Litvinenko O., Brazhenko A. I., Vashchishin R. V., Frantsuzenko A., Koshovy V., Lozinsky A., Ivantyshin O.

Multi-antenna observerations in the low-frequency radio astronomy of solar system objects and related topics studies

Planetary Radio Emissions VIII, 2017, pp. 467-478

Référence DOI : 10.1553/PRE8s467
Référence ADS : 2017pre8.conf..467K

Résumé :

Rapid progress currently takes place in the field of low-frequency radio astronomy in the meter-decameter-hectometer range of wavelengths. It is caused by a radical modernization of the existing radio telescopes, creation of a new generation of instruments, space-borne observations, and by the development of research on all classes of astrophysical objects, including the Solar System. On the other hand, a range of difficulties specific to low-frequency radio astronomy is known, which are caused by technical, methodological, and physical limitations. An effective strategy for overcoming these difficulties is based on synchronous observations using several radio telescopes separated by distances from a few to several thousand kilometers. This provides an opportunity to reduce and identify radio interference and the influence of the propagation media, to increase the sensitivity and resolution, and to solve many problems with higher efficiency. In recent years such simultaneous observations were carried out for the Sun, Jupiter, Saturn, interplanetary medium, pulsars, exoplanets, and transients using the radio telescopes UTR-2, URAN, GURT, NDA, NenuFAR, LOFAR and other. Parallel observations with the space missions WIND, STEREO, Cassini and Juno also facilitate improvement of the quality and reliability of low-frequency radio astronomical experiments.

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