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We investigate the possibility of fast radio burst (FRB) observation on new special geodetic 13m wideband radio telescopes in Very Large Base Interferometry (VLBI) and single-dish modes. The Crab Pulsar Giant Pulses (GPs) were used as a reference source of FRB. In order to verify our results we...
The Event Horizon Imager (EHI) is a mission concept conceived to provide a radio image of the surroundings of the event horizons of SgrA* and M87* supermassive black holes with an angular resolution at least an order of magnitude better than that achievable by radio telescopes on ground. The...
Convolutional Neural Networks (CNNs) have shown to offer a consistent and reliable foundation for the automatic detection of potential exoplanets. CNNs rely on an abundance of parameters (overparameterization) to achieve their impressive detection performances. Astronet was one of the first CNNs...
An Integral Field Unit (IFU) based on image slicers has been added to the GREGOR Infrared Spectrograph (GRIS). This upgrade to the instrument makes possible 2D spectropolarimetry in the near-infrared by simultaneously recording the full Stokes profiles of spectral lines (in a given spectral...
Since the fall of the Arecibo 305m telescope platform on 2020 December 1, there has been much discussion of building a new Arecibo telescope or rebuilding the facility that was destroyed. In the collapse, the top of the three platform support towers was sheared off, and the feed arm fell free...
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