Classics in Radio Astronomy

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ISBN: 978-94-009-7754-9 (Print) 978-94-009-7752-5 (Online)

Table of contents (38 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xxiv

  2. Galactic Background Radiation

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      Pages 1-3

    2. The Beginning of Radio Astronomy

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        Pages 10-22

        Directional Studies of Atmospherics at High Frequencies

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        Pages 23-35

        Electrical Disturbances Apparently of Extraterrestrial Origin

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        Pages 36-41

        A Note on the Source of Interstellar Interference

      First Maps of the Galaxy

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        Pages 46-55

        Cosmic Static

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        Pages 56-60

        Cosmic Static

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        Pages 61-69

        Cosmic Static

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        Pages 70-79

        Cosmic Static

      Free-Free Emission Theory

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        Pages 81-87

        Interstellar Radiation from Free Electrons and Hydrogen Atoms

      Synchrotron Radiation and Cosmic Rays

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        Pages 90-92

        Cosmic Rays as the Source of General Galactic Radio Emission

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        Pages 93-99

        Cosmic Rays as the Source of Galactic Radio Emission

  3. Techniques

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 101-103

    2. The Dicke Radiometer

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        Pages 106-113

        The Measurement of Thermal Radiation at Microwave Frequencies

      The Phase-switched Interferometer

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        Pages 116-140

        A New Radio Interferometer and Its Application to the Observation of Weak Radio Stars

  4. The Solar System

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 141-144

    2. Early Solar Searches

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        Pages 147-157

        On an Attempt to Detect Electrodynamic Solar Radiation and on the Change in Contact Resistance When Illuminating Two Conductors by Electric Radiation

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        Pages 158-160

        A Search for Hertzian Waves Emanating From the Sun

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        Pages 161-163

        On the Search for Hertzian Radiation Emanating from the Sun

      Detection of the Sun

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        Pages 166-167

        Solar Radiations in the 4–6 Metre Radio Wave-Length Band

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        Pages 168-181

        Microwave Radiation from the Sun

      First Solar Interferometry

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        Pages 184-187

        Solar Radiation on 175 Mc./s.

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        Pages 188-207

        Solar Radiation at Radio Frequencies and Its Relation to Sunspots

      The Hot Solar Corona

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        Pages 210-214

        Temperature Radiation from the Quiet Sun in the Radio Spectrum

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