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The scientific promise of the SKA SKA Workshop Oxford, 2003

By Kramer Rawlings and G. Woan

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Abstract. The SKA’s design is driven by the needs of cutting-edge radio astronomy for sensitivity and spacial resolution. However its design is also driven by the desire to explore the transient radio Universe. In addition to pulsars, the SKA will be able to carry out high time resolution observations of several classes of known and predicted transient sources. Here we consider a selection of them, and describe how observational demands affect the instrument’s design. 1

Year: 2004
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