The Southern Hemisphere contribution to the VSOP mission

D. L. Jauncey, J. E. Reynolds, A. K. Tzioumis, R. H. Ferris, W. E. Wilson, M. W. Sinclair, G. G. Moorey, R. G. Gough, M. Oestreich, E. A. King, R. Otrupcek, P. M. McCulloch, M. E. Costa, R. G. Dodson, S. P. Ellingsen, G. A. Gowland, D. J. Legge, D. A. Moffett, D. P. Rayner, G. D. NicolsonJ. F.H. Quick, P. A. Harbison, J. E. Lauf, R. Wietfeldt

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The Space VLBI mission, VSOP, involves the participation of 15 countries with up to 40 radio telescopes spread across the Earth observing in close coordination with the 8 m radio telescope on board the Japanese spacecraft HALCA (Hirabayashi, 1998, and this Proceedings). This paper describes the contributions to the mission's success from Southern Hemisphere radio telescopes, facilities and Institutes.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)645-648
Number of pages4
JournalAdvances in Space Research
Issue number4
Publication statusPublished - 2000
Externally publishedYes


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