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SKY-MAP.ORG / WIKISKY • View topic - Digitized Sky Survey progress

Digitized Sky Survey progress

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Digitized Sky Survey progress

Postby admin » Mon Sep 24, 2007 2:04 pm

As I mentioned before we're working on DSS2/SKY-MAP integration. The challenge here is to build nice looking smooth colored images out of three DSS's bands in automatic mode. Some work has been done.
Here's some of our output images:
Antares, 1.5 degree field:
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Full resolution view is available at SKY-MAP.ORG:
http://www.sky-map.org/?object=Antares& ... MG_953:all

V391 Peg
Image
Full resolution view is available at SKY-MAP.ORG:
http://www.sky-map.org/?ra=22.0698&de=2 ... MG_891:all

M39 open cluster
Image
Full resolution view is available at SKY-MAP.ORG:
http://www.sky-map.org/?ra=21.537&de=48 ... MG_878:all

Barnard's Star:
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Full resolution view is available at SKY-MAP.ORG:
http://www.sky-map.org/?ra=17.9635&de=4 ... MG_871:all
In 1916 E. E. Barnard measured its proper motion to 10.3 arcseconds per year, which remains the largest known proper motion of any star relative to the Sun.
Because of each or three bands of DSS survey was taken at different period of time, Barnard's Star was able to run away from previous shot's location. SKY-MAP will show you even fourth position, slightly north of "red dot". That's because SKY-MAP show star's in J2000 coordinate system, but all three shots of DSS was taken before 2000.
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Re: Digitized Sky Survey progress

Postby DMJY510 » Wed May 11, 2011 7:00 am

I am are new to the forum and wanted to introduce myself .. I decided to enroll after a while 'I was reading the forum and all the good advice ..approaching the summer and I decided to get back a bit 'in the form .. I do sports (tennis and running) and I always tend to control what I eat, with ups and downs! I then discuss some interesting 'tricks and tips for proper nutrition ..I guess we will be fine!Good afternoon everyone!
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