Memorable RADIO Stargazing WORKING Gathering Objectives

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Stanford University: five 60-ft radio wires at field station off Highway 280 annihilated. be that as it may, ... A background marked by the Potts Hill radio space science field station. ...

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Noteworthy RADIO ASTRONOMY WORKING GROUP GOALS This WG was shaped at the 2003 General Assembly of the IAU as a joint activity of Commissions 40 (Radio Astronomy) and 41 (History of Astronomy), so as to gather an ace rundown of surviving verifiably critical radio telescopes and related instrumentation discovered around the world, and archive the specialized particulars and logical accomplishments of these instruments. What's more, it would keep up an on-going list of sources of productions on the historical backdrop of radio space science, and screen different improvements identifying with the historical backdrop of radio cosmology ( including the passings of spearheading radio stargazers).

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HISTORIC RADIO ASTRONOMY WORKING GROUP Preservation of Historically-Significant Radio Telescopes and Associated Relics Stanford University: five 60-ft reception apparatuses at field station off Highway 280 destroyed yet … the solid wharfs with cut names of surely understood stargazers & radio cosmologists are protected.

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HISTORIC RADIO ASTRONOMY WORKING GROUP RECENT PUBLICATIONS IN JAH² Bracewell, R.N., 2002. The revelation of solid extragalactic polarization utilizing the Parkes Radio Telescope. 5(2), 107-114. Bracewell, R.N. , 2005. Radio space science at Stanford. 8(2), 75-86. Cohen, M.H., 2009. Beginning of the 1000-foot Arecibo Dish. 12(2), 141-152. Davies, R.D., 2005. A past filled with the Potts Hill radio cosmology field station. 8(2), 87-96. Davies, R.D., 2009. Memories of more than two years with "Chris" Christiansen. 12(1), 4-10. Débarbat, S., Lequeux, J., and Orchiston, W., 2007. Highlighting the historical backdrop of French radio space science. 1: Nordmann's endeavor to watch sun oriented radio emanation in 1901. 10(1), 3-10. McAdam, B., 2008. Molonglo Observatory: assembling the Cross and MOST. 11(1), 63-70. Milne, D.K., and Whiteoak, J.B., 2005. The effect of F.F. Gardner on our initial research with the Parkes Radio Telescope. 8(1), 33-38. Orchiston, W., 2004. The 1948 sun oriented shroud and the beginning of radio cosmology in Victoria. 7(2), 118-121. Orchiston, W., 2005. Sixty years in radio cosmology: a tribute to Bruce Slee. 8(1), 3-10. Orchiston, W., and Mathewson, D., 2009. Chris Christiansen and the Chris Cross. 12(1), 11-32. Orchiston, W., and Slee, B., 2002. Inventiveness and activity in Australian radio cosmology: the Dover Heights 'opening in-the-ground' reception apparatus. 5(1), 21-34. Orchiston, W., and Steinberg, J.- L., 2007. Highlighting the historical backdrop of French radio space science. 2: The sun based shroud perceptions of 1949-1954. 10(1), 11-19.

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HISTORIC RADIO ASTRONOMY WORKING GROUP PUBLICATIONS IN JAH² Orchiston, W., Slee, B., and Burman, R., 2006. The beginning of sun powered radio stargazing in Australia. 9(1), 35-56. Orchiston, W., Lequeux, J., Steinberg, J.- L., and Delannoy, J., 2007. Highlighting the historical backdrop of French radio stargazing. 3: The Würzburg recieving wires at Marcoussis, Meudon and Nançay. 10(3), 221-245. Radhakrishnan, V., 2006. Olof Rydbeck and early Swedish radio stargazing: an individual point of view. 9(2), 139-144. Shouguan, W., 2009. Individual memories of W.N. Christiansen and the beginning of Chinese radio space science. 12(1), 33-38. Slee, B., 2005. Early Australian estimations of rakish structure in discrete radio sources. 8(2), 97-106. Sullivan, W.T., 2005. The beginnings of Australian radio cosmology. 8(1), 11-32. Swarup, G., 2006. From Potts Hill (Australia) to Pune (India): the voyage of a radio space expert. 9(1), 21-33. Swarup, G., 2008. Memories with respect to Professor W.N. Christiansen. 11(3), 194-202. Van Woerden, H., and Strom, R.G., 2006. The beginnings of radio stargazing in the Netherlands. 9(1), 3-20. Waluska, E., 2007. Quasars and the Caltech-Carnegie association. 10(2), 79-91. Wendt, H., Orchiston, W., and Slee, B., 2008. The Australian sunlight based shroud campaigns of 1947 and 1949. 11(1), 71-78. Wendt, H., Orchiston, W., and Slee, B., 2008. W.N. Christiansen and improvement of the sun oriented grinding exhibit. 11(3), 173-184. Wendt, H., Orchiston, W., and Slee, B., 2008. W.N. Christiansen and the underlying Australian examination of the 21cm hydrogen line. 11(3), 185-193.

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Deceased Radio Astronomers (2006-2009) Emile Blum Ron Bracewell Chris Christiansen Fred Haddock Vladimir Kotelnikov John Kraus Lex Muller Brian Robinson Slava Slysh Henk van de Hulst Paul Wild Fred Haddock

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HISTORIC RADIO ASTRONOMY WORKING GROUP PROGRAM OF WORK FOR 2009-2012 National Inventories of Surviving Historically-Significant Radio Telescopes and Ancillary Instrumentation The Preservation of Surviving Radio Telescopes Studies of Individual Radio Telescopes & Radio Astronomers Other History of Radio Astronomy Studies Master List of Publications on the History of Radio Astronomy Conference Involvement Publication of Papers in Books and JAH² Obituaries ∎ R

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HISTORIC RADIO ASTRONOMY WORKING GROUP Suggested New Research Initiatives Christiansen & Dutch radio stargazing: Brouw & Casse Cornell Mayer & the NRL: Radhakrishnan Arthur Covington & Goth Hill: Broten & Wall Culgoora Circular Array (non-sun oriented work): Slee Fleurs Synthesis Telescope: Goss Ft. Davis: Hughes, Maxwell, Thompson & Swarup Key advancements in Japanese radio space science: ???? 'Le Grand Radiotelescope' (Nançay): Lequeux et al. Factories & the Mills Cross: Slee, Orchiston & Wendt NRAO History: Bouton & Kellermann The Type IV burst: Boischot, Orchiston, Pick, Stewart U. Florida: Carr (?) U. Maryland radio cosmology: Kundu et al. U. Michigan radio cosmology: Aller & Aller ∎ R

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HISTORIC RADIO ASTRONOMY WORKING GROUP WG COMMITTEE FOR 2009-2012 Ken Kellermann (Chair – USA) Rod Davies (UK) James Lequeux (France) Norio Kaifu (Japan) Wayne Orchiston (Vice-Chair - Australia) Yuri Ilyasov (Russia) Govind Swarup (India) Hugo van Woerden (The Netherlands) Jasper Wall (Canada) Richard Wielebinski (Germany) ∎ R

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HISTORIC RADIO ASTRONOMY WORKING GROUP New Books Woody Sullivan (CUP: 2009): Cosmic Noise Miller Goss & Dick McGee (2009) : Ruby Payne-Scott & Australian radio stargazing Wayne Orchiston & Woody Sullivan (2010): Early Australian radio space science ICOA-6, Richard Wielebinski, Ken Kellermann and Wayne Orchiston, (eds): Papers from the European radio space science meeting consequently distributed in unique issue of Astronomische Nachrichten (328, no. 5, May 2007) ∎ R

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HISTORIC RADIO ASTRONOMY WORKING GROUP Presentations at 2009 IAU General Assembly John Dickel: "The History of Radio Astronomical Studies of Supernova Remnants" Harry Wendt, Wayne Orchiston & Bruce Slee: "Highlighting the History of Australian Radio Astronomy: The CSIRO Division of Radiophysics Potts Hill Field Station, 1948-1962" Bruce McAdam: "Science With the Molonglo Cross Publications 1960-1984" Ron Stewart, Wayne Orchiston & Bruce Slee: "Highlighting the History of Australian Radio Astronomy: The CSIRO Division of Radiophysics Dapto Field Station, 1952-1965" ∎ R

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The Development of Synthesis Imaging in Radio Astronomy Presentation of the 2009 Grote Reber Gold Medal To Barry Clark Miller Goss: "Opening Synthesis 1946; A Proposal by Pawsey and & Payne-Scott" V. Radhakrishnan: "Why Synthesis Imaging Works in Radio Astronomy" Bob Frater: "Early Developments in Australia" Ron Ekers: "Cambridge and Australia, Similarities and Differences" Tim Cornwall: "Union Imaging from the Clark Clean Algorithm Onward" Barry Clark: "The Impact of Computing to Synthesis Imaging" ∎ R

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