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1 Interferometría... Magia o Ciencia? Rubén Herrero-Illana

2 Introduction

3 Introduction Hubble resolution: 0.05 (2.4m mirror).

4 Introduction Hubble resolution: 0.05 (2.4m mirror). Radio (1cm) 50 Km mirror!

5 Introduction Hubble resolution: 0.05 (2.4m mirror). Radio (1cm) 50 Km mirror!

6 Introduction Hubble resolution: 0.05 (2.4m mirror). Radio (1cm) 50 Km mirror!

7 Basics Rubén Herrero-Illana Charla CCD - 16/03/2011

8 Double slit experiment Rubén Herrero-Illana Charla CCD - 16/03/2011

9 Double slit experiment D

10 Double slit experiment D

11 Double slit experiment D

12 Double slit experiment D

13 Double slit experiment D

14 Double slit experiment Rubén Herrero-Illana Charla CCD - 16/03/2011

15 Double slit experiment Rubén Herrero-Illana Charla CCD - 16/03/2011

16 Double slit experiment Rubén Herrero-Illana Charla CCD - 16/03/2011

17 Double slit experiment FT!!

18 Double slit experiment Rendijas Foco Pantalla

19 Double slit experiment Rendijas Fuente Pantalla

20 Double slit experiment Antenas Fuente Pantalla

21 Double slit experiment Antenas Fuente Ordenador

22 Double slit experiment Antenas D Fuente Ordenador

23 u-v plane B

24 u-v plane B

25 u-v plane v v u u B

26 u-v plane v v u u B

27 u-v plane v v u u B

28 u-v plane v v u u B

29 u-v plane v v u u B

30 u-v coverage: Dirty beam 2 antennas Antenas

31 u-v coverage: Dirty beam 3 antennas Antenas

32 u-v coverage: Dirty beam 4 antennas Antenas

33 u-v coverage: Dirty beam 5 antennas Antenas

34 u-v coverage: Dirty beam 6 antennas Antenas

35 u-v coverage: Dirty beam 7 antennas Antenas

36 u-v coverage: Dirty beam 8 antennas Antenas

37 u-v coverage: Dirty beam 8 antennas x 2 samples Antenas

38 u-v coverage: Dirty beam 8 antennas x 6 samples Antenas

39 u-v coverage: Dirty beam 8 antennas x 30 samples Antenas

40 u-v coverage: Dirty beam 8 antennas x 107 samples Antenas

41 Observations Rubén Herrero-Illana Charla CCD - 16/03/2011

42 Main ideas Flux calibrator. Phase calibrators. Best u-v coverage. Real time VS Tapes.

43 Interferometers Rubén Herrero-Illana Charla CCD - 16/03/2011

44 Interferometers EVLA

45 Interferometers EVLA emerlin

46 Interferometers EVLA emerlin Plateau de Bure

47 ALMA Interferometers

48 Interferometers ALMA LOFAR

49 Interferometers SKA ALMA LOFAR

50 VLBI Rubén Herrero-Illana Charla CCD - 16/03/2011

51 Space - VLBI Rubén Herrero-Illana Charla CCD - 16/03/2011

52 IR and beyond... Rubén Herrero-Illana Charla CCD - 16/03/2011

53 Cygnus A Jennison & Das Gupta (1953)

54 Cygnus A Jennison & Das Gupta (1953)

55 Cygnus A Jennison & Das Gupta (1953)

56 Cygnus A Jennison & Das Gupta (1953)

57 Cygnus A Jennison & Das Gupta (1953) Krichbaum et al. (1998)

58 Data reduction Rubén Herrero-Illana Charla CCD - 16/03/2011

59 AIPS Software Most powerful software. IRAF like. Created in 1970s (ancient FORTRAN).

60 AIPS Software Most powerful software. IRAF like. Created in 1970s (ancient FORTRAN). CASA Developed for ALMA. C/C++ kernel / Python interface. Nearly completed.

61 Step by step Data examination. Amplitude calibration. Phase calibration. Imaging.

62 Step by step Data examination. Amplitude calibration. Phase calibration. Imaging.

63 Imaging (J. Pety) Source

64 Imaging (J. Pety) Source Dirty beam (PSF) Rubén Herrero-Illana Charla CCD - 16/03/2011

65 Imaging (J. Pety) Source Dirty beam (PSF) Dirty image Rubén Herrero-Illana Charla CCD - 16/03/2011

66 Imaging (J. Pety) Source Dirty beam (PSF) Dirty image Clean image Rubén Herrero-Illana Charla CCD - 16/03/2011

67 Some examples (LIRG biased!)

68 rp 299: Hunting SNe & AGN Pérez-Torres et al. 2009

69 rp 299: Hunting SNe & AGN Pérez-Torres et al Pérez-Torres et al. 2010

70 IC cm 814nm 435nm Rubén Herrero-Illana Charla CCD - 16/03/2011

71 Muchas gracias!

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