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How to send file directly to Cara project

Published date: 
April, 2014
Author: 

Roberto Trabatti

How to manual, explains the new configuration procedure in order to send  file directly to Cara project within the program Winafro

Determining reference stars by Erik Bryssink - Version 2

Published date: 
July, 2011
Author: 

Erik Bryssink

on-line procedure to select reliable reference stars - Updated version

Documentation section updated

Hello everybody
we've just update the Documentation as well as the Software page including more files.

Using Wafrho1.exe Af[rho] measurament tool

Published date: 
January, 2005
Author: 

Roberto Trabatti

File: 

This program allow you to measure as easy as possible Af[rho] (1) quantity.

Determining of reference star for Winafro

Published date: 
April, 2009
Author: 

Erik Bryssinck

The choice of a good reference star is VERY important for producing good afrho-measurements.

Polimoni per le magnitudini R ed I

Published date: 
April, 2003
Author: 

Giannantonio Milani

Metodo per estrapolare magnitudini R ed I da stelle note

Published date: 
April, 2003
Author: 

Giannantonio Milani

Reference Stars fot C/2001 Q4 CCD photometry extracted from HIPPARCUS catalog

Published date: 
March, 2004
Author: 

CARA Project

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Reference Stars fot C/2001 Q4 CCD photometry extracted from HIPPARCUS catalog

Comet C/2001 Q4 (NEAT) OBSERVING CAMPAIGN

Published date: 
March, 2004
Author: 

CARA Project

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Since early May 2004 comet C/2001 Q4 (NEAT) will be observable from the Norhtern hemisphere.
A special observing campaign has been planned for this comet. Our goal will be to get high quality photometric data, and Afrho measurements, obtained with proper filters.

Aperture photometry of cometary comae using CCD cameras

Published date: 
October, 2002
Author: 

Giannantonio Milani

   Aperture photometry applied to the cometary comae studies is considered an interesting technique, providing useful scientific data even on that
objects, the majority indeed, with poor or less details.

   This technique allows the observers to achieve a good qualitative standard with a relatively simple method. The observers must be awared that
aperture photometry requires some amount of time for data reduction. Consequently the numbers and type of observing runs has be suitable to the data analysis capability.

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