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Basic Interferometry

Interferometry is the practice of using a two-or-more-element radio telescope array to observe astronomical sources. The array itself, along with the electronics used to synthesise the signals detected by the telescopes are what we call the interferometer.

The Two-Element Array

Why Interfeormetry?