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Archive of astronomical observations  

RA Dec (h m s d m s OR d d ):
Radius of search, deg: 
Period of observations:  from   to 
Observations with  photo plates     CCD 

 
Observations with photo plates (1929-1931, 1961-1999)
All plates: 8815 pcs.
Stars:
Miscellaneous: 2653 pcs. Circumpolar stars: 54 pcs.
Planets and Moon:
Venus: 453 pcs. Mars: 474 pcs. Jupiter: 471 pcs. Jupiter satellites: 357 pcs.
Saturn: 521 pcs. Uranus: 230 pcs. Neptune: 226 pcs. Saturn satellites: 217 pcs.
Moon: 267 pcs.
Dwarf Planets:
Ceres: 230 pcs. Pluto: 10 pcs.
Small Bodies of the Solar System:
Palas: 288 pcs. Juno: 266 pcs. Laetilia: 267 pcs. Vesta: 253 pcs.
Hebe: 240 pcs. Harmonia: 232 pcs. Melpomene: 225 pcs. Iris: 216 pcs.
Herculina: 78 pcs. Interamnia: 67 pcs. Parthenope: 222 pcs. Eros: 9 pcs.
Phocaea: 36 pcs. Eunomia: 14 pcs. Hallia: 10 pcs. Eunika: 1 pcs.
Industria: 4 pcs. Astrea: 4 pcs.
Halley 1P: 111 pcs. Everhart C/1964P1: 4 pcs. Kohoutek C/1973E1: 11 pcs.
Hartley-Good C/1985R1: 13 pcs. Bennett C/1969Y1: 9 pcs. Hale-Bopp C/1995O1: 22 pcs.
Hyakutake C/1996B2: 7 pcs. West C/1975V1-A: 7 pcs. Honda C/1968N1: 6 pcs.
Ostine: 6 pcs. Levy C/1990K1: 5 pcs. Crommelin 27P: 1 pcs.
Bester C/1948W1: 1 pcs.
Plate parameters
All parameters
Date, Y/M/D UT, hh:mm:ss Object Name Exp. number
Exp., min Emulsion Type Filter Plate Sizes, cm/cm
Maximal number of found plates:
Search plates with numbers in the range of: to
Observations with CCD (2001-2017)
All CCD frames: 121688
Stars: 116834 frames Stars around radio sources: 4171 frames Stellar clusters: 15 frames
Galaxies: 6 frames
Asteroids: 613 frames Comets: 39 frames Planets: 10 frames
Parameters of CCD frames
Date, Y/M/D UT, hh:mm:ss Frame sizes, arcmin
Exposition, min. Object Telescope
Select CCD frames with preview images? Yes No
Telescopes for CCD observations
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