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Astronomy 423 at UNM Radio Astronomy Polarization in Interferometry Greg Taylor University of New Mexico Spring 2011
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G. Taylor, Astr 423 at UNM 2 Hanny’s Voorwerp – EVLA – Mesler, Brown, Abbar CSO HI absorption – VLBA – Tremblay, Gibson 3C321 Active Galaxy – EVLA – Saba, Freeland, Romero Writeup – look at the example. Be sure to include: Title, Authors, Abstract, Introduction, Observations, Analysis, Results, Discussion, Conclusions and Future Work, Acknowledgements, References One write-up for each project. Everybody in the group should be involved Presentation – Will be in powerpoint, keynote, or similar. Includes: Title, Authors, Acknowledgements, Introduction, Observations, Analysis, Results, Discussion, Conclusions and Future Work Plan for ~30 minutes total with everybody getting involved in the presentation Projects
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G. Taylor, Astr 423 at UNM 3 What is polarized light? What fun science can be done with polarimetry?
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