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1.6-m Perkin Elmer Telescope

1997, May 19/20: Overview

Observer: Dalton F. Lopes, C. Erli

Instrumentation:

  • ESPCOUDE
  • Detector: WI048

Number of exposed CCD frames:

  • Bias: 20
  • Dark:
    • none
  • Flat Field:
    • 3 exposures of 120 sec; named: "flat field 10830 "
    • 1 exposure of 10 sec; named: "ff 6000 "
    • 2 exposures of 3 sec; named: "ff 6000 "
    • 2 exposures of 5 sec; named: "ff 5600 "
    • 2 exposures of 15 sec; named: "ff 5200 "
    • 3 exposures of 15 sec; named: "flat 10100 "
    • 3 exposures of 1 sec; named: "flat field 6480 "
    • 1 exposure of 5 sec; named: "flat field 7100 "
    • 3 exposures of 1 sec; named: "flat field 7100 "
    • 3 exposures of 2 sec; named: "flat field 8600 "
    • 3 exposures of 90 sec; named: "flat "
  • Object: 59

List of observed objects:

Object Right ascension Declination No. of exposures
AG Car 10100 10:56:12 -60:27:13 3
AG Car 6480 10:56:12 -60:27:13 6
AG Car 7100 10:56:12 -60:27:13 3
AG Car 8600 10:56:12 -60:27:13 3
eta car 10:45: 4 -59:41: 3 2
eta car 10100 10:45: 4 -59:41: 3 3
eta car 6480 10:45: 4 -59:41: 3 10
Eta Car 7100 10:45: 4 -59:41: 3 3
Eta Car 8600 10:45: 4 -59:41: 3 3
gv 8: 7:59 -47:11:18 2
HD326823 6000 17: 3:20 -42:32:39 1
HD326823 5600 17: 3:20 -42:32:39 2
HD326823 5200 17: 3:20 -42:32:39 2
th ar 10100 10:45: 4 -59:41: 3 4
th ar 6000 17: 3:20 -42:32:39 1
th ar 5600 17: 3:20 -42:32:39 1
th ar 5200 17: 3:20 -42:32:39 1
th ar 6480 10:45: 4 -59:41: 3 2
th ar 7100 10:56:12 -60:27:13 1
th ar 8600 10:45: 4 -59:41: 3 2
th ar 10:45: 4 -59:41: 3 1


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These data become/became public on: 1999 May 19
(subject to consent of observer or program committee;
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