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Measuring angular diameters of extended sources

Extended source effects in astrometric gravitational microlensing

A source of extended HCO+ emission in young stellar objects

Gravitational lensing of extended high redshift sources by dark matter haloes

Application of the contouring method to extended microlensed sources

Erratum: Source subtraction for the extended Very Small Array and 33-GHz source count estimates

Source subtraction for the extended Very Small Array and 33-GHz source count estimates

Systematic errors in one-dimensional light-curve convolution for extended sources

Groups of galaxies in AEGIS: the 200-ks Chandra extended X-ray source catalogue

Microlensing of an extended source by a power-law mass distribution

Adaptive contouring – an efficient way to calculate microlensing light curves of extended sources

Water-extended polyester neutron shield for a 252Cf neutron source

Automated detection of extended sources in radio maps: progress from the SCORPIO survey

The 21-cm emission from the reionization epoch: extended and point source foregrounds

Ground deformation in a viscoelastic medium composed of a layer overlying a half-space: a comparison between point and extended sources

A sharper view of the outer Galaxy at 1420 and 408 MHz from the Canadian Galactic Plane Survey II: the catalogue of extended radio sources

Imported chicken meat as a potential source of quinolone-resistant Escherichia coli producing extended-spectrum β-lactamases in the UK

Discovery of Extended X-Ray Emission from an Unidentified TeV Source, HESS J1614[math]518, Using the Suzaku Satellite


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1 A source of angular size greater than the resolution of the instrument used to observe it; therefore, an extended source is said to be resolved. To the human eye, the Sun and Moon are extended sources, but the stars and planets are not. See also Point Source.

2 In radio astronomy, a class of sources of large angular extent displaying extended structure such as jets and lobes, and tending to be brightest at long wavelengths. See also Compact Source.

Subjects: Astronomy and Astrophysics.

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