Session: May 1999 (session 2)
Wavelength: 6 cm


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Medicina (G.Maccaferri at Sun Jun 13 04:20:32 METDST 1999) Success

Noto (C.Trigilio at Mon Jun 14 08:20:13 METDST 1999) Success

Effelsberg (A. Kraus at Mon Jun 14 09:10:36 METDST 1999) Minor failures
Scan from UT 2139 - 2156 has been lost due computer problems.

HartRAO (Jonathan Quick at Mon Jun 14 10:18:07 METDST 1999) Minor failures
Lost Scan 18:29-18:46 due to tape thrading problems

Onsala (A. Polatidis at Mon Jun 14 16:44:35 METDST 1999) Success

Torun (K. Borkowski at Tue Jun 15 15:18:54 METDST 1999) Minor failures
We fear it is a complete failure, but we really do not know so the observation may prove to be just a success. After next experiment (es030a) it was discovered that there is a constant offset (of 0.14 deg) of telescope azimuth that surely was introduced shortly before that experiment started. Similar calibration procedure was performed also before this (gf007f) experiment, therefore the suspicion.

Jodrell (Alastair Gunn at Fri Jun 18 10:59:41 METDST 1999) Success
No known problems.

Westerbork (Tony Foley at Fri Jun 18 16:18:54 METDST 1999) Minor failures
Similar problems to gf007c with sources below 5deg elevation. Used 13 telescopes in the array.

Calibration (Jean\-Francois Desmurs at Mon Jun 21 16:14:20 METDST 1999) Success
The ANTAB formatted file for this experiment can be found on VLBEER in the may99 directory under the name: gf007f.antab. Read the comments in the file to get further information.