Imaging in Interferometry
The goal of imaging with interferometers is to obtain an estimate of the spectral flux Iλ(ā) of the source of interest, as a function of two-dimensional angular coordinates \(\bar \alpha \) on the celestial sphere, with an angular resolution that corresponds to the maximum baseline in the array, and which is consistent with the observations.
KeywordsOptical Path Difference Double Star Object Phase Radio Interferometer Projected Baseline
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