CSRH began construction in 2009 and is located in Inner Mongolia. It represents a new generation of solar radio telescopes that can generate observations with high spatial, temporal and spectral resolution. It will play a key role in solar physics and space weather studies. Results from this project will advance any knowledge of the Sun.
Some scientific results:
left: CSRH-I at 0.4-2 GHz has been established. First images obtained. right: CSRH-II at 2-15 GHz finished in 2013
Test of Cyg A observed at 1.7 GHz on Jun 5, 2013 at 5:30 UT with 1s integral time.
Quiet Sun at 1.7 GHz on Jan 22， 2014 at 5:15 UT with 30ms integral time and
comparison with 432 MHz, EUV, magnetic field images.
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