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  • There are three main methods of doing photometry of a very bright star like epsilon Aurigae: Photometry w/Charge Coupled Devices (CCD): CCDs are currently the standard technology for photometry these days. — “Photometry | Citizen Sky”,
  • NICMOS Photometry. Being above the atmosphere, NICMOS is not forced to adopt filter bandpasses like instruments used at ground The NICMOS team has determined that NICMOS suffers from a count rate dependent non-linearity which influences accurate photometry, especially at the shorter wavelengths. — “NICMOS Photometry”, stsci.edu
  • The method is powerful, but it can be often put in competition with the technique of aperture photometry. Automatic photometry of a sequence. We will automatically estimate the photometry of a variable star by using a sequence of 78. — “Photométrie d'ouverture”,
  • Definition of photometry in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of photometry. Pronunciation of photometry. Translations of photometry. photometry synonyms, photometry antonyms. Information about photometry in the free online English dictionary and. — “photometry - definition of photometry by the Free Online”,
  • Lecture3 Feb 23 - Rudimentary aperture photometry & SN-specific techniques Spring 1999 photometry calibration. Lecture5 Apr 26 -Photometry Calibration Systems and. — “LBNL Supernova Photometry group”, panisse.lbl.gov
  • High Precision Photometry. My interest is in high precision differential photometry with the objective of being able to detect exoplanet transits. I have set myself a target of being able to achieve 0.002 magnitude precision for stars of magnitude 11 with an integration time of 2 minutes. — “Photometry”,
  • Photometry. The Photometry tool provides highly accurate photometric measurements, and allows for the plotting of light curves. Availability of this feature depends on Product Level. The accuracy of the photometric tool is higher than that of the Information window display. — “Photometry”,
  • photometry , branch of physics dealing with the measurement of the intensity of a source of light, such as an electric lamp, and with the intensity. — “photometry Facts, information, pictures | ”,
  • Stellar photometry is that branch of astronomy that deals with the accurate measurement Photographic photometry was introduced in 1904 and the international photoelectric system. — “Stellar Photometry”, .au
  • photometry n. Measurement of the properties of light, especially luminous intensity. photometric pho ' tomet ' ric or pho ' tomet ' rical adj. — “photometry: Definition from ”,
  • Photometry. The tools provided by CCDSoft to measure the intensity of star light and quantify the measured e) Mechanical stability, telescope weight, distribution, flexure, and accurate tracking are all important factors when doing photometry. — “Photometry”,
  • photoelectric photometry of all observed stars (not only standard) in all used photometric systems Stromgren and H-beta photometry of O and B stars in star froming regions. — “SOFA - Standard Object For Astronomy - Home”, sofa.astro.utoledo.edu
  • The photometry side of Canopus is written primarily for lightcurve ***ysis and so many of its features are designed towards that end. Some of the methods used are different for asteroids than for variable star work but Canopus handles both. — “Photometry”,
  • Photometry with imexamine. Imexamine is the most useful task when getting started with photometry. It can be accessed from the cl prompt and any other package. Enter imexamine filename for the image you want to look at. ( If you don't enter a filename, IRAF will prompt you for one. — “Aperture Photometry with IRAF”, physics.hmc.edu
  • Most early astronomical research dealt with stellar photometry, the brightness of stars, although since then Photographic photometry at McCormick Observatory was first attempted in 1916, but it was. — “Leander McCormick Observatory, Hall of Precision Astrometry”, astro.virginia.edu
  • Photometry. The contents of "Guideline of photometry" are the summary of instructions by Taichi Kato and Guideline of photometry. Depends on the filters, CCD chips and the reference catalogs, there three types of photometry. (1) Standard system. When you observe a star using some standard filter,. — “Photometry”,
  • PHOTOMETRY (from Gr. cos, Ocer61, light, p. rpov, a measure), the art and science of comparing the intensities or illuminating powers of two or more sources of light. The aim of photometry is to measure this candle power; and whatever be the experimental means adopted the eye must in all cases. — “Photometry - LoveToKnow 1911”, 1911
  • The technique of stellar photometry. Stellar Photometry. Contradiction between system's information power. and photometric system or use spectra. • need to correct the photometry for the reddening. — “Microsoft PowerPoint - Photometry”, phys.uwosh.edu
  • Encyclopedia article about Photometry. Information about Photometry in the Columbia Encyclopedia, Computer Desktop Encyclopedia, computing dictionary. — “Photometry definition of Photometry in the Free Online”, encyclopedia2
  • This makes it suitable for photometry where by using filters astronomers can measure the flux of a star at specific wavebands. applications of imaging, spectroscopy, photometry and astrometry. — “Photoelectric Astronomy”, outreach.atnf.csiro.au
  • Photometry is the science of the measurement of light, in terms of its perceived brightness to the human eye. Photometry attempts to account for this by weighing the measured power at each wavelength with a factor that represents how sensitive the eye is. — “Photometry (optics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,

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  • PIV and Planar Photometry of incense under an oscillating grid Incense source is located under a fine mesh, released constantly into a turbulent flow. The turbulent flow is agitated by an oscillating grid. Particle Image Velocimetry and Planar Photometry are used to quantify the velocity and concentration fields.
  • JWST and Exoplanets - Mark Clampin (SETI Talks) SETI Talks Archive: The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) is a large aperture (6.5 meter), cryogenic space telescope with a suite of near and mid-infrared instruments covering the wavelength range of 0.6 µm to 28 µm. JWST's primary science goal is to detect and characterize the first galaxies. It will also study the assembly of galaxies, stellar and planetary system formation, and the formation and evolution of planetary systems. Dr. Clampin will review the design of JWST, and discuss the current status of the project, with emphasis on recent technical progress in the construction of the observatory. He also review the capabilities of the observatory for observations of exosolar planets by means of transit photometry and spectroscopy, direct coronagraphic imaging, and high contrast imaging and spectroscopy. He will discuss the current predictions for the performance of the observatory, with special reference to the demands of exoplanet science observations.
  • Planet Formation in Circumstellar Disk Jupiter-Mass planet opens a gap in a solar nebula. The gas around the planet is heated by the accretion of mass onto the planetary surface. The simulation was done by HH Klahr and W. Kley at the University of Tübingen. The ray tracer used is PovRay 3.5. The purpose of this tracing is not a physical model that accurately reproduces photometry at various wavelengths or other fancy physical parameters. The idea is to visualize the development of density and size scales during the collapse. No dust model (opacities, size distribution etc.) is assumed for the ray tracer. The colours seen in the image do not correspond to any actual wavelengths.
  • ATS High Performance Flame Photometry Intro Video Introductory Video to the general ATS High Performance Flame Photometer. Different models allow different specs for different applications. For example, ATS/40999, the basic model, allows for single element ***ysis for Na and K, while model ATS/40997 allows for simultaneous ***ysis of Na, K, Mg, and Ca.
  • Herschel Space Observatory: UofL Promo Video (English) Herschel is an infrared space observatory due for launch on an Ariane 5 space rocket from French Guyana in 2009. This European Space Agency mission will allow astronomers to see far-infrared and sub-millimeter light from stars, galaxies, and other matter in space. The primary focus will be to determine how stars and galaxies are born. SPIRE is one of three instruments that will help answer these questions. The instrument will allow for high resolution imaging spectroscopy and photometry in the far infrared and submillimeter range of the electromagnetic spectrum. The University of Lethbridges Astronomical Instrumentation Group, led by Dr. David Naylor has played a key role in Canadas contribution to the SPIRE instrument. For more information and to see how you can get involved visit: spire.uleth.ca
  • Kepler Launch from Jetty Park Filmed from Jetty Park, Cape Canaveral, Florida in the happy company of members of the Kepler Ames team. I mixed audio from NASA TV with the audio from the crowd on the pier. Launch Vehicle: United Launch Alliance Delta II 7925 Launch Location: Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Launch Pad: Launch Complex 17-B Launch Date: March 6, 2009 Launch Time: 10:49:57 pm EST
  • Junk Bond Observatory Q and A - Part 1 Questions and Answers resulting from previous videos posted about Junk Bond Observatory and the automated control system in use there. This video answers some technical details and includes a detailed explanation of the telescope's workflow for the night.
  • BWB-XP Flame Photometer part 1: Introduction For product and pricing info please visit BWB-XP Flame Photometer The First Advance in Flame Photometry in the 21st Century. The BWB-XP Flame Photometer is a high quality, high performance instrument, employing modern technology to measure 5 elements (Na, K, Li, Ca and Ba) very simply but with extremely accurate results. The Flame Photometer comes as a complete package, and only requires the provision of either propane or butane gas to enable it to be used straight out of its package. The BWB-XP Flame Photometer - just add gas!
  • Saturn's F Ring - Rob French (SETI Talks) Saturn's rings are one of the most spectacular objects in the solar system. ***ysis of their origin, evolution, and eventual demise can provide insight into the formation of our solar system as well as planetary formation processes in general. This talk will provide a brief overview of the ring systems of the giant planets, the basic principles of photometry, and how we have applied photometry to Saturn's F ring. The F ring shows a dramatic change in brightness from the Voyager era to the Cassini era, and we attribute this change to perturbations by the nearby moon Prometheus. The talk will conclude by presenting some basic information about these perturbations and how they may have caused this change.
  • Panasonic Lumix G1 : DigInfo DigInfo - www.diginfo.tv Related Links: http Panasonic Corporation exhibited the new "Lumix G1" single lens reflex digital camera at CEATEC JAPAN 2008. The Lumix G1 is equipped with an electronic viewfinder and a wide viewing angle LCD monitor so that the finished coloring can be easily checked while taking photos. The Lumix G1 is the world's most compact, lightweight single lens reflex digital camera due to its innovative mirror-less structure. It also features a 12.1 megapixel Live MOS sensor that divides the image captured by the lens into 144 blocks and measures the light intensity of each block to obtain the correct targeted exposure with multi photometry. The camera also features Auto Focus Tracking, which continues to automatically focus the camera even if the subject is moving, and a Face Detection function that automatically detects and focuses on faces in the frame. With these functions, anyone can use the Lumix G1 to take beautiful photos every time.
  • Non-Rigid Photometric Stereo with Colored Lights 3D reconstruction of deforming cloth from a single camera.
  • The ESA Herschel Space Observatory: 1st year achievements and early science results part 2 Göran Pilbratt's plenary presentation from SPIE Astronomical Instrumentation Symposium 2010. The Herschel Space Observatory was success- fully launched on 14 May 2009, carried into space by an Ariane 5 ECA launcher together with the second passenger Planck, both spacecraft being injected into transfer orbits towards L2 with exquisite precision. Herschel is the most recent observa- tory mission in the European Space Agency (ESA) science programme. It carries a 3.5 meter diameter Cassegrain passively cooled monolithic silicon carbide telescope. The focal plane units of the science payload complement - two cameras/medium resolution imaging spectrometers, the Photodetec- tor Array Camera and Spectrometer (PACS) and Spectral and Photometric Imaging REceiver (SPIRE), and the very high resolution Heterodyne Instru- ment for the Far-Infrared (HIFI) spectrometer - are housed in a superfluid helium cryostat. Herschel is the first large aperture space infrared observatory; it builds on previous infrared space missions including the ESA ISO and NASA Spitzer observatories, by offering a much larger telescope and pushes towards lon- ger wavelengths. It will perform imaging photometry and spectroscopy in the far infrared and sub-millimeter part of the spectrum, covering approxi- mately the 55-672 micron range. I will describe Herschel and its science capabilities putting it into perspective. Herschel is designed to observe the 'cool universe'; the key science objectives include ...
  • Race for Kepler - Jeffrey Van Cleve (SETI Talks) SETI Talks Archive: The Kepler Mission www.kepler.arc.nasa.gov is designed to detect transits of Earth-size planets orbiting in the "habitable zone" (HZ) around main-sequence stars of apparent visual magnitude 9 through 14, of F through M spectral type, by means of differential photometry of ~100000 stars in the constellation Cygnus. Jeff will discuss the box in temperature-diameter space ("The Corral") that Kepler was designed to search, and show the population of extrasolar planets known from ground-based radial velocity and gravitational lensing observations. He will present a calculation of the distance between Earth and the nearest transiting planet likely to be discovered by Kepler, and compare it to results of an all-sky planetary transit survey mission similar to TESS (The TESS PI has commented that "...when starships transporting colonists first depart the solar system, they may well be headed toward a TESS-discovered planet as their new home"). He will end with some speculation on why the end of the nominal Kepler mission coincides with the end of the Mayan calendar (and possibly the end of the world as we know it) on Dec. 21, 2012.
  • Open Cluster Photometry with SalsaJ Part 2 How to use SalsaJ and the CMD Plotter to do photometry on an open cluster and make a color magnitude daigram.
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  • A Tour Of Planet Kepler-10b [720p] Kepler-10b as a scorched world, orbiting at a distance that's more than 20 times closer to its star than Mercury is to our own Sun. The daytime temperature's expected to be more than 2500 degrees Fahrenheit, hotter than lava flows here on Earth. Intense radiation from the star has kept the planet from holding onto an atmosphere, but the animation shows flecks of silicates and iron that have boiled off a molten surface and are swept away by the stellar radiation, much like a comet's tail when its orbit brings it close to the Sun. Many years ago, before Kepler, our team built a robotic telescope at Lick Observatory to learn to do transit photometry. We called it the "Vulcan Telescope," named after the hypothetical planet that scientists in the 1800's thought might exist between the Sun and Mercury. A planet that might explain the small deviations in Mercury's orbit that were later explained with Einstein's theory of general relativity. Vulcan is the god of fire in Roman mythology, a name befitting of a world so close to the Sun. When I saw the artist's rendering of Kepler-10b for the first time, the thought that immediately came to my mind was that this is our planet Vulcan. We'd come full circle in our quest and we know that we've only begun to imagine the possibilities. credit: NASA / Kepler Mission / Dana Berry source: kepler.nasa.gov
  • The ESA Herschel Space Observatory: 1st year achievements and early science results part 1 Göran Pilbratt's plenary presentation from SPIE Astronomical Instrumentation Symposium 2010. The Herschel Space Observatory was success- fully launched on 14 May 2009, carried into space by an Ariane 5 ECA launcher together with the second passenger Planck, both spacecraft being injected into transfer orbits towards L2 with exquisite precision. Herschel is the most recent observa- tory mission in the European Space Agency (ESA) science programme. It carries a 3.5 meter diameter Cassegrain passively cooled monolithic silicon carbide telescope. The focal plane units of the science payload complement - two cameras/medium resolution imaging spectrometers, the Photodetec- tor Array Camera and Spectrometer (PACS) and Spectral and Photometric Imaging REceiver (SPIRE), and the very high resolution Heterodyne Instru- ment for the Far-Infrared (HIFI) spectrometer - are housed in a superfluid helium cryostat. Herschel is the first large aperture space infrared observatory; it builds on previous infrared space missions including the ESA ISO and NASA Spitzer observatories, by offering a much larger telescope and pushes towards lon- ger wavelengths. It will perform imaging photometry and spectroscopy in the far infrared and sub-millimeter part of the spectrum, covering approxi- mately the 55-672 micron range. I will describe Herschel and its science capabilities putting it into perspective. Herschel is designed to observe the 'cool universe'; the key science objectives include ...
  • Comet ELE ELENIN 11 11 11 Decoded Planet X Nibiru The Awakening 2011 - 2012 Exposed Don't Forget To Read Description Vid by WikiIntelNews 5T4RSCREAM - Comet EleNIN (C2010 X1) Decoded Link to pic showing when this video posted to Youtube (odd): ge.tt Check out this synchronicity... weird... I posted this April 7, 2011 or (11/4/7) 11/4+7=11 (11/11) @ 11:47 PM (11/4+7=11) or (11/11) 1. Search for Elenin on NASA.GOV Link: Select: 11133 - GCN Result Contains --------------------- TITLE: GCN CIRCULAR NUMBER: 11133 SUBJECT: GRB 100814A: ISON-NM optical observations DATE: 10/08/22 07:30:05 GMT FROM: Leonid Elenin at ISON L. Elenin, I. Molotov (ISON), A. Volnova (SAI MSU), A. Pozanenko (IKI) report on behalf of larger GRB follow-up collaboration: We continue observation of the Swift GRB 100814A ... The afterglow (Schaefer et al. GCN 11086; Beardmore et al. GCN 11087) is well detected on stacked images for both epochs. Preliminary photometry of unfiltered image against USNO-B1.0 star 0720-0016107, assuming R is 19.73 is following: 6.2205 W 300x10 21.66 plus or minus 0.23 7.2734 W 300x15 22.50 plus or minus The photometry errors are statistical only. The images of GRB100814A is available at: 2. Search for define:Leonid Link: Result Contains --------------------- Each of a shower of meteorites which fall from the area of sky around the constellation Leo in November /wiki/leonid 3. Search for define:Ele Result Contains --------------------- An extinction event (also known as: mass extinction; extinction ...
  • Charting the Galaxy - from Hipparcos to Gaia Pt. 1 In this sixth episode of the [email protected] vodcast series Rebecca Barnes discovers the motions of the stars, learns how astronomers measure their distances and looks at the new European mission that will really get to grips with our place in the Universe. Related news: Gaia is an ambitious mission to chart a three-dimensional map of our Galaxy, the Milky Way, in the process revealing the composition, formation and evolution of the Galaxy. Gaia will provide unprecedented positional and radial velocity measurements with the accuracies needed to produce a stereoscopic and kinematic census of about one billion stars in our Galaxy and throughout the Local Group. This amounts to about 1 per cent of the Galactic stellar population. Combined with astrophysical information for each star, provided by on-board multi-colour photometry, these data will have the precision necessary to quantify the early formation, and subsequent dynamical, chemical and star formation evolution of the Milky Way Galaxy. Additional scientific products include detection and orbital classification of tens of thousands of extra-solar planetary systems, a comprehensive survey of objects ranging from huge numbers of minor bodies in our Solar System, through galaxies in the nearby Universe, to some 500 000 distant quasars. It will also provide a number of stringent new tests of general relativity and cosmology.
  • Apple iPhone 3G and LG DARE Feature Showdown Part 1 This episode compares the iPhone 3G vs. the LG Dare's camera and video features and gives a glimpse at photometry and solutions.
  • Lecture - 6 Photometry Lecture Series on Illumination Engineering by Prof. NK Kishore, Department of Electrical Engineering,IIT Kharagpur. For more details on NPTEL visit nptel.iitm.ac.in
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  • Triply eclipsing solar system discovered by Kepler spacecraft "KOI-126: A Triply Eclipsing Hierarchical Triple with Two Low-Mass Stars," authored by Joshua A. Carter, Daniel C. Fabrycky, Darin Ragozzine, et al., published in Science online 11 January 2011. "The Kepler spacecraft has been monitoring the light from 150000 stars in its primary quest to detect transiting exoplanets. The authors have reported on the detection of an eclipsing stellar hierarchical triple, identified in the Kepler photometry. KOI-126 (A, (B, C)), is composed of a low-mass binary (masses MB = 0.2413 ± 0.0030 M☉, MC = 0.2127 ± 0.0026 M☉; radii RB = 0.2543 ± 0.0014 R☉, RC = 0.2318 ± 0.0013 R☉; orbital period P1 = 1.76713 ± 0.00019 days) on an eccentric orbit about a third star (mass MA = 1.347 ± 0.032 M☉; radius RA = 2.0254 ± 0.0098 R☉; period of orbit around the low-mass binary P2 = 33.9214 ± 0.0013 days; eccentricity of that orbit e2 = 0.3043 ± 0.0024). The low-mass pair probe the poorly sampled fully convective stellar domain offering a crucial benchmark for theoretical stellar models." "This movie shows the dynamical evolution of the KOI-126 system over the time of the Kepler observations used in the determination of the system parameters. The thin top panel shows the three stars (A, B, and C) relative to the barycenter of the system as viewed from an observer situated in the plane of the orbit of (B,C) about A. The top right panel shows the action from the frame centered on A, while the lower right panel is in the frame centered on the ...
  • Russian Space Military Control / Control Espacial Ruso Searching optoelectronic station of detection stationary space objects and Optoelectronic station of measuring angle coordinates and photometric measurement are parts of the "Window" optoelectronic complex of controlling the outer space. Searching optoelectronic station of detection stationary space objects is intended for autonomous searching and detection of space objects being at the stationary and high-ellipsed orbits. It is the passive locating means acting in a visible field of spectrum at the night-time and twilight on condition of optical visibility. The sun radiation is reflected from space objects' surface that is the signal carrier about space objects. The station includes an automatic telescope, sensitive television devices and means of controlling and working of information. The Optoelectronic station of angle measurement and photometric measurement of space objects is intended for high-precise measuring the angle coordinates and photometry in upper semisphere at the range of altitude from 120km up to 10000km. Sun light reflected from the surface of space objects is the input medium about these space objects.
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  • Binary Asteroids - Franck Marchis (SETI Talks) SETI Talks Archive: Since the discovery of Ida's companion Dactyl in 1993, the number of known multiple asteroids has been continuously increasing and ~165 of them are now known. Since 2003, Dr. Marchis and his colleagues have been conducting a large survey of these interesting and diverse populations using various ground-based telescopes and techniques, such as high angular resolution imaging, lightcurve photometry, and VIS/NIR spectroscopy, and also the Spitzer and Hubble space telescopes. Dr. Marchis ' talk will cover the latest insights into these multiple systems, such as the sizes and shapes of their components, their bulk-density and their orbital parameters, which are key to understanding how they formed and evolved.
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  • Herschel Space Observatory: University of Lethbridge (FRENCH) Herschel is an infrared space observatory that launched on an Ariane 5 space rocket from French Guyana May 14, 2009. This European Space Agency mission will allow astronomers to see far-infrared and sub-millimeter light from stars, galaxies, and other matter in space. The primary focus will be to determine how stars and galaxies are born. SPIRE is one of three instruments that will help answer these questions. The instrument will allow for high resolution imaging spectroscopy and photometry in the far infrared and submillimeter range of the electromagnetic spectrum. The University of Lethbridges Astronomical Instrumentation Group, led by Dr. David Naylor has played a key role in Canadas contribution to the SPIRE instrument. For more information and to see how you can get involved visit: spire.uleth.ca
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