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First continuum image achieved with six ASKAP antennas

The ASKAP commissioning team has successfully produced the first continuum image using six ASKAP antennas at the Murchison Radio-astronomy Observatory (MRO) in Western Australia.

The six antennas were operated simultaneously as two separate 3-antenna arrays, with each sub-array producing a separate image. This is a milestone in itself and the best results produced to date using ASKAP antennas installed with phased array feed (PAF) receivers.

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Added by Flornes Conway-Derley on 2014-02-10

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