Proc. IAU volume 13, issue S337, P392-393 2017 DOI: 10.1017/s1743921317009097 View full text
D. Perrodin, M. Burgay, A. Corongiu, M. Pilia, A. Possenti, M. N. Iacolina, E. Egron, A. Ridolfi, C. Tiburzi, S. Casu, R. Concu, A. Melis, A. Pellizzoni, A. Trois et al.

Abstract: AbstractThe Sardinia Radio Telescope (SRT) is a modern, fully-steerable 64-m dish located in San Basilio, Sardinia (Italy). It is characterized by an active surface that allows it to cover a wide range of radio frequencies (300 MHz to 100 GHz). During SRT’s commissioning phase, we installed the hardware and software needed for pulsar observations. Since then, SRT has taken part in Large European Array for Pulsars and European Pulsar Timing Array observations for the purpose of gravitational wave detection. We …

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