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huibintemaprojects [2017/05/24 09:16]
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huibintemaprojects [2019/11/03 13:36]
huibintema [T-RaMiSu: the Two-meter Radio Mini Survey]
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 Bootes mosaic published as [[http://​adsabs.harvard.edu/​abs/​2013A%26A...549A..55W|Williams et al. (2013)]] \\ Bootes mosaic published as [[http://​adsabs.harvard.edu/​abs/​2013A%26A...549A..55W|Williams et al. (2013)]] \\
 [[http://​vizier.cfa.harvard.edu/​viz-bin/​VizieR?​-source=J/​A+A/​549/​A55|Bootes radio source catalog via VizieR]] \\ [[http://​vizier.cfa.harvard.edu/​viz-bin/​VizieR?​-source=J/​A+A/​549/​A55|Bootes radio source catalog via VizieR]] \\
-[[ftp://​ftp.strw.leidenuniv.nl/​pub/​intema/​homepage/​BOOTES.MOSAIC.FITS|Radio image of the Bootes field mosaic]] (FITS; ​29 Mb) \\ +[[ftp://​ftp.strw.leidenuniv.nl/​pub/​intema/​homepage/​BOOTES.MOSAIC.FITS|Radio image of the Bootes field mosaic]] (FITS; ​162 Mb) \\ 
-[[ftp://​ftp.strw.leidenuniv.nl/​pub/​intema/​homepage/​A2256.MOSAIC.FITS|Preliminary radio image of the Abell 2256 field mosaic]] (FITS; ​35 Mb) \\+[[ftp://​ftp.strw.leidenuniv.nl/​pub/​intema/​homepage/​A2256.MOSAIC.FITS|Preliminary radio image of the Abell 2256 field mosaic]] (FITS; ​34 Mb) \\
  
 We used the GMRT at 150 MHz (2-meter wavelength) to observe two 30 square degree fields in the northern hemisphere, centered on the Bootes field and Abell 2256, respectively. Once intended to be complementary to WSRT LFFE observations,​ we analyzed and published these 7-pointing mosaics independently. The 2500+ detected radio sources provide a statistically significant set for studying the radio source population at a frequency relevant to the search for radio signals from the Epoch-of-Reionization (EoR). The fields also provide a reference for upcoming wide-field, low-frequency observatories like LOFAR and LWA.  We used the GMRT at 150 MHz (2-meter wavelength) to observe two 30 square degree fields in the northern hemisphere, centered on the Bootes field and Abell 2256, respectively. Once intended to be complementary to WSRT LFFE observations,​ we analyzed and published these 7-pointing mosaics independently. The 2500+ detected radio sources provide a statistically significant set for studying the radio source population at a frequency relevant to the search for radio signals from the Epoch-of-Reionization (EoR). The fields also provide a reference for upcoming wide-field, low-frequency observatories like LOFAR and LWA. 
huibintemaprojects.txt · Last modified: 2019/11/03 13:36 by huibintema