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Historically, VLA has offered "hybrid" configurations e.g. BnA, with extension on the north-south arm, so that sources at low declination achieve a rounder synthesized beam than they would with the standard configurations.
 
Historically, VLA has offered "hybrid" configurations e.g. BnA, with extension on the north-south arm, so that sources at low declination achieve a rounder synthesized beam than they would with the standard configurations.
  
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Revision as of 09:05, 20 November 2015

Simulating low-declination sources with the VLA

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Historically, VLA has offered "hybrid" configurations e.g. BnA, with extension on the north-south arm, so that sources at low declination achieve a rounder synthesized beam than they would with the standard configurations.

<regular D vs DnC at dec=-30> Vlab 30s d.vla.d.observe.pngVlab 30s.vla.dnc.observe.png