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1.6-m Perkin Elmer Telescope

1998, June 4/5: Overview

Observer: M. Assafin,A.H.Andrei, C. Erli

Instrumentation:

  • CAMERA1
  • Detector: WI106

Number of exposed CCD frames:

  • Bias: 20
  • Dark:
    • 4 exposures of 900 sec; named: "dark "
  • Flat Field:
    • 20 exposures of 1 sec; named: "flat r "
    • 20 exposures of 5 sec; named: "flat v "
  • Object: 118

List of observed objects:

Object Right ascension Declination No. of exposures
Ananke 23:44:18 - 2:56:39 1
Carme 23:44:18 - 2:56:39 1
Elara 23:44:18 - 2:56:39 3
Himalia 23:44:18 - 2:56:39 1
Jupiter 23:44:18 - 2:56:39 15
Leda 23:44:18 - 2:56:39 1
Lysithea 23:44:18 - 2:56:39 1
Netuno 20:16:19 -19:23:10 40
Pasiphae 23:44:18 - 2:56:39 1
Plutao 16:27: 3 - 9: 9:18 10
Sinope 23:44:18 - 2:56:39 1
Urano 21: 1: 3 -17:39:28 20
1424-418 14:27:56 -42: 6:19 14
1647-296 16:50:39 -29:43:46 6
sw4g57 11:32:14 -52:27: 6 3


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These data become/became public on: 2000 June 4
(subject to consent of observer or program committee;
in case of interest contact the data bank manager first!)

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