long-baseline interferometry

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A technique in which radio telescopes hundreds of kilometres apart can be joined electronically to form an array. Signals received by the various antennas are brought to a central correlator by means of radio or fibre-optic links. A well-known example is the MERLIN array. See also very long baseline interferometry.

Subjects: Astronomy and Astrophysics.

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