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Title: The Astronomical Low Frequency Array: A Proposed Explorer Mission for Radio Astronomy
Authors: Jones, D.
Allen, R.
Basart, J.
Bastian, T.
Bougeret, J. L.
Dennison, B.
Desch, M.
Dwarakanath, K.
Erickson, W.
Finley, D.
Kaiser, M.
Kassim, N.
Kuiper, T.
MacDowall, R.
Mahoney, M.
Perley, R.
Preston, R.
Reiner, M.
Rodriguez, P.
Stone, R.
Unwin, S.
Weiler, K.
Woan, G.
Woo, R.
Issue Date: 1999
Citation: American Geophysical Union
USA
Abstract: A radio interferometer array in space providing high dynamic range images with unprecedented angular resolution over the broad frequency range from 0.030 - 30 MHz will open new vistas in solar, terrestial, galactic, and extragalactic astrophysics.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/18714
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