Data for the publication 'First Map of Coherent Low Frequency Continuum Radiation in the Sky'

This data is to illustrate the theory, data analysis, and exemplary results of the array processing described in the corresponding publication entitled 'First map of coherent low frequency continuum radiation in the sky'.

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Fullekrug, M., 2018. Data for the publication 'First Map of Coherent Low Frequency Continuum Radiation in the Sky'. Bath: University of Bath Research Data Archive. Available from:


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Publication details

Publication date: 21 December 2018
by: University of Bath

Version: 1


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F├╝llekrug, M., Koh, K., Liu, Z. and Mezentsev, A., 2019. First Map of Coherent Low-Frequency Continuum Radiation in the Sky. Radio Science, 54(1), pp.44-59. Available from:

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Contact person: Martin Fullekrug


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