In total, 22,748,881 estimates of group delays were used in LSQ solutions.
Positions of 21,907 sources were adjusted in a single solutuion that includes X/C and X/S dual-band as well single band group delays X-band, S-band, C-band, and K-bands. is the most complete catalogue of positions of compact radio sources. Technical description of the solution is available here.
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|Station positions catalogue||
|Station velocity catalogue||
|Empirical model of aharmonic non-linear site motion||
|Empirical model of harmonic site motion||
|EOP time series in ERM format||Format description|
|EOP harminic consituents in HEO format||
|Wrms for each session of fused data||
|Wrms for each session at X/S and X/C||
|Wrms for each session at S-band only||
|Wrms for each session at C-band only||
|Wrms for each session at X-band only||
|Wrms for each session at K-band only||
|List of detected sources in geodetic X/S sessions|
|List of detected sources using fused data|
|List of detected sources at sessions in X/C and X/S bands|
|List of detected sources at S-band at each session|
|List of detected sources at C-band at each session|
|List of detected sources at X-band at each session|
|List of detected sources at K-band at each session|
|Summary of detected sources using fused data|
|Summary of detected sources at X/S and X/C astrometric sessions|
|Summary of observed sources at S-band|
|Summary of observed sources at C-band|
|Summary of observed sources at X-band|
|Summary of observed sources at K-band|
|Control file for batch Solve solution.||
||Description of Solve batch control language.|
The use of Long Baseline Array (LBA) data is acknowledged. The LBA is a part of the Australia Telescope National Facility which is funded by the Commonwealth of Australia for operation as a National Facility managed by CSIRO.
The use of European VLBI Network (EVN) data is acknowledged. The European VLBI Network is a joint facility of independent European, African, Asian, and North American radio astronomy institutes.
The use of Korean and VLBI Exploration for Astrometry VLBI Networks (KVN and KaVa) data The KVN and VERA are operated by the the Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute and the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan.
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