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Parkes-MIT-NRAO Surveys

(PMN)
(1990 southern-hemisphere radio surveys)

The Parkes-MIT-NRAO Surveys (PMN) are Radio Astronomical Surveys of the southern hemisphere conducted in 1990 by the Parkes Observatory, using the NRAO Seven-Beam Receiver loaned by the National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO) from its usual place on the no-longer-in-existence Green Bank 300ft Telescope (GB300). It is the southern hemisphere analog of the Green Bank 6-cm Radio Source Catalog (GB6). Many Radio Galaxies (RG) were discovered and still are known by their "PMN" designation.


(survey,radio)
https://www.parkes.atnf.csiro.au/observing/databases/pmn/pmn.html
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PMNPMN J0006-0623Parkes-MIT-NRAO Surveys 

Referenced by:
Astronomical Survey
Green Bank 6-cm Radio Source Catalog (GB6)
USS Sources

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