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Title: Lunar occultation observations of 25 radio sources made with the ooty radio telescope: list 1
Authors: Swarup, G.
Kapahi, V.K.
Sarma, N.V.G.
Krishna, G.
Joshi, M.N.
Rao, A.P.
Issue Date: 1971
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Citation: Astrophysical Letters, 1971, Vol.9, p53-59
Abstract: A survey of radio sources by the method of lunar occulation is being carried out at Ootacamund in India with a large steerable radio telescope whose cillecting area is 8700 m2. Results for 25 week radio sources with flux densities lying in the range 0.4 to 4 fu at 327 MHz are presented here. seven sources have clear double components with separations ranging from 2.5 to 20 arc sec. Optical identifications have been suggested for 8 of the 25 sources, 5 of which are possibly QSOs. The unidentified radio sources seem to be galaxies with high redshifts.
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