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1.6-m Perkin Elmer Telescope

1997, August 3/4: Overview

Observer: MEG, Whately, CNAW, Erly

Instrumentation:

  • CAMERA1
  • Detector: WI101

Number of exposed CCD frames:

  • Bias: 10
  • Dark:
    • none
  • Flat Field:
    • 5 exposures of 20 sec; named: "dflatB "
    • 5 exposures of 50 sec; named: "dflatR "
    • 2 exposures of 7 sec; named: "SFB "
    • 1 exposure of 1 sec; named: "SFB "
    • 1 exposure of 2 sec; named: "SFB "
    • 1 exposure of 4 sec; named: "SFB "
    • 1 exposure of 9 sec; named: "SFB "
    • 1 exposure of 12 sec; named: "SFB "
    • 1 exposure of 15 sec; named: "SFB "
    • 1 exposure of 150 sec; named: "SFB "
    • 1 exposure of 7 sec; named: "SFR "
    • 1 exposure of 25 sec; named: "SFR "
    • 1 exposure of 150 sec; named: "SFB "
    • 1 exposure of 7 sec; named: "SFR "
    • 1 exposure of 25 sec; named: "SFR "
    • 1 exposure of 40 sec; named: "SFR "
    • 1 exposure of 70 sec; named: "SFR "
    • 1 exposure of 240 sec; named: "SFR "
  • Object: 68

List of observed objects:

Object Right ascension Declination No. of exposures
ESO139G26 19:37:42 0:26:50 3
ESO142G49 19:48:35 -61: 6:48 3
NGC6861 20: 1:15 -20: 5:19 2
ESO466G11 21:47:30 -31:13:42 3
ESO469G19 23: 9:26 -28:48:48 1
PG1633 16:35:34 9:46:22 2
L109_71 17:44: 6 0:24:59 7
L109_954 17:44:15 0: 2:17 6
L110_503 18:43:11 0:29:43 11
L111_1965 18:43:11 0:29:43 10
LTT_Mark_A 20:43:54 -10:45:32 4
SA113aL 21:40:56 0:27:57 4
L109_854 17:44:15 0: 2:17 4
SA113_a 21:40:56 0:27:57 2
PG2231 22:16:24 0:21:27 3
nereida 20: 1:15 -20: 5:19 3


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These data become/became public on: 1999 August 3
(subject to consent of observer or program committee;
in case of interest contact the data bank manager first!)

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