Painless Access to Interferometry Images Comes Closer

A M S Richards, P J Diamond, S T Garrington, A J Holloway, T W B Muxlow, N Winstanley, P A Harrison, N A Walton, E Gonzales-Solares, G T Rixon, T Venturi, C Reynolds, C Arviset, D Ponz, S Enrique, C Gabriel (Editor)

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    Ready-made radio interferometry archive images usually only cover a few percent of the potential field of view in the visibility data. The next generation of instruments will achieve orders of magnitude increases in sensitivity, giving many detectable sources in any one observation. The most economical (and user-friendly) solution is to provide images or other data products on-demand at the chosen positions and resolutions. This can be driven remotely using a Virtual Observatory interface. Radio observatories are also providing software to automate most stages of data processing and form the basis of tools for specialist users. Recording and supplying metadata is vital to these processes.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationhost publication
    EditorsC Gabriel
    Publication statusPublished - 2006
    EventAstronomical Data Analysis Software and Systems XV -
    Duration: 1 Jan 1824 → …


    ConferenceAstronomical Data Analysis Software and Systems XV
    Period1/01/24 → …
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