Flux Density of the Radio Source CTA 102


OBSERVATIONS at 920 Mc/s by Sholomitsky1 suggest that the flux density of the radio source CTA 102 exhibits large variations with a period of about 100 days.

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    Sholomitsky, G. B., Intern. Astro. Union (Comm. 27) Information Bull. No. 83 (1965).

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    Gower, J. F. R. (in preparation).

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    Crowther, J. H., and Clarke, R. W. (in preparation).

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CASWELL, J., WILLS, D. Flux Density of the Radio Source CTA 102. Nature 206, 1241 (1965) doi:10.1038/2061241a0

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