Transient Sources. S. R. Kulkarni California Institute of Technology Pasadena. Why is the radio band important?. Almost all non-thermal phenomena produce decimeter emission There are few (three) centimeter wave interferometers VLA has (completely) dominated GRB science
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S. R. Kulkarni
California Institute of Technology
Hyman et al.
I. Byproduct of other legacy imaging projects
II. High Cadence Searches towards special regions
III. (e)VLA as a follow-up machine
“There is only one VLA”
Great Attraction: Meaningful VLA campaigns can be mounted towards these regions
Muno et al.
Bower et al. 2003
“There is one Caltech but really only one VLA”
(ergo, eVLA > 2$B)
Anomalous X-ray Pulsar
Halpern et al.
Fast DLS Transients (Becker et al.)