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1.6-m Perkin Elmer Telescope

1998, May 9/10: Overview

Observer: Gabriel A. Pellegatti Franco

Instrumentation:

  • ESPCOUDE
  • Detector: WI106

Number of exposed CCD frames:

  • Bias: 30
  • Dark:
    • none
  • Flat Field:
    • 10 exposures of 60 sec; named: "FLAT 4489 "
    • 10 exposures of 60 sec; named: "FLAT Halfa "
    • 6 exposures of 30 sec; named: "GG Vel "
    • 3 exposures of 50 sec; named: "HD 133119 "
    • 3 exposures of 50 sec; named: "V3792 Sgr "
    • 9 exposures of 60 sec; named: "FLAT NaI "
  • Object: 54

List of observed objects:

Object Right ascension Declination No. of exposures
Alfa Leo 10: 3: 2 12:27:22 3
Gamma Lup 15:28:28 -40:49:50 3
GG Vel 9:12:49 -43:29:17 2
HD 133119 15: 4:50 -53:21:35 2
HD 156312 17:29: 3 -79:50:33 2
HD 98922 11:20:13 -53: 5:44 3
HR 6412 17:16:14 2:11:10 2
SAO 184376 16:22:22 -24:21: 7 3
SAO 185906 17:50:31 -29: 0: 9 3
SAO 226451 15:58:14 -49:49:22 4
SAO 226634 16:14:25 -49: 5:27 3
SAO 226782 16:24:17 -43:55:13 3
SAO 227631 17: 3:19 -46:56:13 3
SAO 240558 13: 3:55 -56:43:57 3
SAO 241700 14:21:28 -54:19:53 3
SAO 251551 11:40:26 -63:48:22 3
SAO 251917 12:25: 2 -61:45:10 4
SAO 252062 12:49:45 -64:32:43 3
V3792 Sgr 18: 5:48 -25:28:53 2


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These data become/became public on: 2000 May 9
(subject to consent of observer or program committee;
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