Proc. IAU volume 13, issue S336, P417-421 2017 DOI: 10.1017/s1743921317011401 View full text
A. M. Sobolev, N. N. Shakhvorostova, A. V. Alakoz, W. A. Baan

Abstract: Observations of the masers in the course of RadioAstron mission yielded detections of fringes for a number of sources in both water and hydroxyl maser transitions. Several sources display numerous ultra-compact details. This proves that implementation of the space VLBI technique for maser studies is possible technically and is not always prevented by the interstellar scattering, maser beaming and other effects related to formation, transfer, and detection of the cosmic maser emission. For the first time, cosm…

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