Accession Number : AD0617498

Title :   SURVEY OF 9.4CM RADIO EMISSION IN CASSIOPEIA AND CEPHEUS,

Corporate Author : NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL OF CANADA OTTAWA (ONTARIO) RADIO AND ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING DIV

Personal Author(s) : RaghavaRao,R. ; Medd,W. F. ; Higgs,L. A. ; Broten,N. W.

Report Date : 20 MAR 1964

Pagination or Media Count : 15

Abstract : Results of a detailed survey in the region of the galactic plane between longitudes of 101 degrees and 140 degrees are presented. The 10-metre parabolic reflector of the National Research Council of Canada was used in this investigation, with a radiometer centred at 3200 Mc/s and capable of detecting 0.1 degrees equivalent antenna temperature. In comparison with more central parts of the Milky Way, the emission from this region is not intense; however, some twenty-five sources have been detected, and the relevant estimates of flux density, source size, and emission measure are listed. (Author)

Descriptors :   (*RADIO ASTRONOMY, GALAXIES), (*GALAXIES, RADIO ASTRONOMY), (*ASTROPHYSICS, GALAXIES), MICROWAVE FREQUENCY, EXTRATERRESTRIAL RADIO WAVES, RADIOFREQUENCY SPECTROSCOPY, PARABOLIC ANTENNAS

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE