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Mills Cross Telescope
Each arm of the cross was 450m long, running N-S and E-W, and produced a fan beam in the sky. It consised of two rows of 250 half-wave dipole elements backed by a plane wire mesh reflector; the individual dipoles were aligned in an E-W direction
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