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Intra-Day Variability, origins and implications

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Considerable evidence has accumulated that strongly favours interstellar scintillation (ISS) as the principal mechanism causing intra-day variability (IDV) at cm wavelengths. This includes the observed frequency dependence of IDV, the measured time-delay in the IDV pattern as seen at two widely spaced radio telescopes, and the presence of an annual time-signature in the behaviour of the long-term IDV variability. While ISS reduces the implied brightness temperatures, they remain uncomfortably...

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Journal:
PARTICLES AND FIELDS IN RADIO GALAXIES
Volume:
250
Pages:
123-127
Publication date:
2002-01-01
Event title:
Oxford Radio Galaxy Workshop
Source identifiers:
22785
ISBN:
1583810900
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pubs:22785
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uuid:6a724754-48b4-49b3-b383-59113483a60b
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pubs:22785
Deposit date:
2012-12-19

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