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Title: Speckle phenomena in inter-planetary scintillation
Authors: Cornwell, T.J.
Anantharamaiah, K.R.
Narayan, R.
Keywords: INTERPLANETARY MEDIUM
LIGHT SCATTERING
RADIO ASTRONOMY
SCINTILLATION
SPECKLE PATTERNS
VERY LARGE ARRAY (VLA)
POINT SPREAD FUNCTIONS
RADIO TELESCOPES
SEEING (ASTRONOMY)
SIGNAL TO NOISE RATIOS
SOLAR WIND
Issue Date: 1990
Publisher: Pergamon Press
Citation: URSI/IAU Symposium on Radio Astronomical Seeing, Beijing, People's Republic of China, May 15-19, 1989, Proceedings. Beijing/Oxford, International Academic Publishers/Pergamon Press, 1990, p239-242
Abstract: Although scattering is widespread in radio-astronomy, there has been little investigation of the 'speckle' phenomenon found in optical scattering. Using the VLA, the existence of speckles have been demonstrated in interplanetary scintillation scattering disks when observed with high temporal and angular resolution. Such speckles lead to a number of conceptual and practical difficulties in schemes for the correction of radio-astronomical seeing. These various aspects of radio-speckles are discussed and some examples drawn from the VLA IPS observations are shown.
Description: Restricted Access.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2289/2561
Alternative Location: http://adsabs.harvard.edu/cgi-bin/bib_query?1990ursi.symp..239C
Copyright: 1990 Pergamon Press
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