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Paper: Combining Single Dish and Interferometric Data: a New Tool in CASA
Volume: 522, Astronomical Data Analysis Software and Systems XXVII
Page: 455
Authors: Teuben, P.; Koda, J.
Abstract: The basic mapping and deconvolution techniques used for (radio) interferometric data only works well for spatial scales that are sampled by the interferometer. Since interferometers cannot sample below a certain spacing, this implies spatial scales above a certain scale are not sampled. Our new tool convert the short spacings represented by a single dish map into a virtual radio interferometric dataset, and then performs a joint deconvolution of all spatial scales to recover a high fidelity image. Using recent ALMA data we will illustrate how this works.
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