Badgerys Creek Interferometer 101MHz Survey
(early 1950s survey of southern-hemisphere radio sources)
In the early 1950s, radio astronomer Bernard Mills of Australia
carried out a survey of the southern-viewable sky at 101 MHz,
producing a catalog of 77 radio sources,
now referenced with the designator prefix "Mills".
The instrument was Mills's Badgerys Creek 101MHz Interferometer.
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|3.0m||101MHz||418neV||Badgerys Creek Interferometer 101MHz Survey|
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|Mills||Mills 19+4|| || |
Referenced by page:
MSH Catalog (MSH)