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Alexandrov Y.A.,Russian Academy of Sciences | Andreyanov V.V.,Russian Academy of Sciences | Babakin N.G.,Russian Academy of Sciences | Babyshkin V.E.,Lavochkin Research and Production Association | And 41 more authors.
Solar System Research | Year: 2012

The Russian Academy of Sciences and the Russian Federal Space Agency are planning to launch Radioastron in 2011, which is a unique space observatory with a 10-meter reflector antenna. In conjunction with the largest ground-based radio telescopes and tracking stations, it forms the first system that will be able to carry out studies with a resolution millions of times greater than that of eyesight. © 2012 Pleiades Publishing, Ltd. Source


Alexandrov Y.A.,Russian Academy of Sciences | Andreyanov V.V.,Russian Academy of Sciences | Babakin N.G.,Russian Academy of Sciences | Babyshkin V.E.,Federal Unitary Enterprise | And 41 more authors.
Solar System Research | Year: 2012

The space interferometer Radioastron is working jointly with the largest radio telescopes of the world. Ground tracking stations provide for retrieving the information and determining the orbital parameters for data processing centers. The project is aimed at systematic studies of images of radio emitting regions, their coordinates, and time-dependent variations near super-massive black holes in galactic nuclei, stellarmass black holes, neutron and quark stars, regions of star and planet formation in our and other galaxies, the structure of interplanetary and interstellar plasma, and the Earth's gravitational field. © 2012 Pleiades Publishing, Ltd. Source

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