[Cover of Sullivan's book 2009, Cosmic Noise]
Sullivan's Cosmic Noise, Cambridge University Press, 2009


NATIONAL RADIO ASTRONOMY OBSERVATORY ARCHIVES

Papers of Woodruff T. Sullivan III: Tapes Series

Interviewees: Ronald N. Bracewell

Ronald N. Bracewell, 1921-2007, Interviewed 8 January 1980 at San Francisco. Length of interview: 185 minutes

Sullivan's brief summary of topics: Radiophysics Lab 1941+; wartime work; observations on first solar work, 1946-1950 at Cavendish under Ratcliffe doing ionospheric work; observations on Ryle's group; 1952 URSI, Pawsey and Bracewell text, 1958 Paris Symposium; Fourier and other mathematical theory for antennas; Berkeley; Stanford 10-cm spectroheliograph (Chris-cross); general remarks on design methods and how to do experiments

See Bracewell, Ronald N. [Interview Date: January 8, 1980] for a transcript of this interview.

Sullivan's files include: Publications card, Sullivan's notes, correspondence with Sullivan

See the Listing of Conferences and Lectures for Bracewell's 1980 talk on Australian radio astronomy.


Modified on Wednesday, 10-Dec-2014 15:56:07 EST by Ellen Bouton, Archivist (Questions or feedback)