IVS articles of interest for October 2023

Courtesy Nlingi Habana (thank you!). Citation: Hudson, et al. (2023)Title: Orbital Configurations of Spaceborne Interferometers for Studying Photon Rings of Supermassive Black HolesDOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.actaastro.2023.09.035 Synopsis: “The inclusion of baselines exceeding the diameter of the Earth and observation at as short a wavelength as possible is imperative for further development of high resolution astronomical observations. This can be achieved by a […]

IVS articles of interest: August 2023

Courtesy of Nlingi Habana (thanks!). Glomsda, et al. (2023): Effects of Non-tidal Loading Applied in VLBI-only Terrestrial Reference Frames https://doi.org/10.1007/s00190-023-01766-6 “We investigate the impact of the reduction of non-tidal loading (NTL) in the computation of secular terrestrial reference frames (TRFs) from Very Long Baseline Interferometry (VLBI) observations. We make use of [corresponding site displacement] data, […]

NEW FEATURE! IVS articles of interest: June 2023

This month’s IVS-related articles (courtesy of Nlingi Habana: thank you!): Pakize, et al. (2023): “On the improvement of the sensitivity levels of VLBI solutions from a combination with GNSS” https://doi.org/10.1016/j.asr.2023.06.021 “The fundamental goal of the quality assessment using the sensitivity is to find out to what level VLBI can detect station displacements in the adjusted […]

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