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DiFX-2.6 released


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A new stable major version of DiFX: DiFX-2.6.1 has been released. The source code can be obtained via SVN at: https://svn.atnf.csiro.au/difx/master_tags/DiFX-2.6.1 . Documentation can be found at the DiFX Wiki: https://www.atnf.csiro.au/vlbi/dokuwiki/doku.php/difx/start  

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Visit by colleagues from Beijing Aerospace Control Center


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On 22 August 2019, four colleagues from the Beijing Aerospace Control Center (BACC) visited us at TU Wien to inform each other about research focus points and to discuss possible future co-operation activities.

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VSC-4 powered on


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In June 2019, the Vienna Scientific Cluster 4 was powered on. This is very good news, because we will have 10 private nodes (480 cores in total) and 1 PByte of storage for correlation activities. Also the Standard (Austrian newspaper) reports about VSC4.

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Paper on VieSched++ published


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A paper on “VieSched++: A New VLBI Scheduling Software for Geodesy and Astrometry” by Schartner and Böhm was published in the Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific. It will serve as reference for the new scheduling software.

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The ICRF3 is here


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The ICRF3 is the most recent realization of the ICRS and was calculated by an IAU working group consisting of resea rchers from all over the world. The Vienna VLBI Center was an active part of this group with Johannes Böhm as an working group member and David Mayer as an PhD student working on […]

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