The UTR-2 catalogue of radio sources is now available on-line!

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The very-low frequency sky survey of discrete sources has been obtained in the Institute of Radio Astronomy of the Ukrainian National Academy of Sciences (Kharkov, Ukraine) with the UTR-2 radio telescope at a number of the lowest frequencies used in contemporary radio astronomy within the range from 10 to 25 MHz.

The UTR-2 (Ukrainian T-shape Radiotelescope) is the largest in the world array operated at decametric wavelength, which is located near Grakovo village, about 80 km from Kharkov; north-east Ukraine. The collective area of the UTR-2 is 150000 sq.m., and the resolution is about 40'x40' at the middle frequency 16.7 MHz.

The UTR-2 survey one can found in the following papers:

Braude S.Ya., Megn A.V., Rashkovski S.L., Ryabov B.P., Sharykin N.K., Sokolov K.P., Tkatchenko A.P., Zhouck I.N., 1978, Astrophys. Space Science, 54, 37.

Braude S.Ya., Megn A.V., Sokolov K.P., Tkatchenko A.P., Sharykin N.K., 1979, Astrophys. Space Science, 64, 73.

Braude S.Ya., Miroshnichenko A.P., Sokolov K.P., Sharykin N.K., 1981, Astrophys. Space Science, 74, 409.

Braude S.Ya., Sharykin N.K., Sokolov K.P., Zakharenko S.M., 1985, Astrophys. Space Science, 111, 1.

Braude S.Ya., Sokolov K.P., Zakharenko S.M., 1994, Astrophys. Space Science, 213, 1.

Braude S.Ya., Rashkovsky S.L., Sidorchuk K.M. et al., 2002, Astrophys. Space Science, v.280, p.235-299.

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Contact address: (M.A.Sidorchuk).

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