2 edition of need for a dedicated optical quasar monitoring telescope found in the catalog.
need for a dedicated optical quasar monitoring telescope
Megaphot Workshop (1st 1993 Hamburg, Germany)
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Ulf Borgeest, K. Jochen Schramm, Joachim von Linde (eds.).|
|Contributions||Borgeest, Ulf., Schramm, K. Jochen., Linde, Joachim von.|
|LC Classifications||QB88 .M43 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 166 p. :|
|Number of Pages||166|
|LC Control Number||94210764|
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Abstract. Under the auspices of Sjur Refsdal, 25 astrophysicists and engineers from Germany and Scandinavia have founded a non-profit association, aiming at the use need for a dedicated optical quasar monitoring telescope book an intelligent telescope for quasar monitoring in the optical (Borgeest et.
).Author: U. Borgeest, K.-J. Schramm, J. Von Linde. The Hubble Space Telescope reveals the much fainter “host” galaxies around quasars.
The top left image shows a quasar that lies at the heart of a spiral galaxy billion light-years from Earth. The bottom left image shows a quasar that lies at the center of.
The Need for a Dedicated Optical Quasar Monitoring Telescope, Proceedings of the 1st Megaphot Workshop held in Hamburg, March 30/ Edited by Ulf Borgeest, K. Jochen Schramm, and Joachim von Linde. Hamburg: Megaphot e.V.,p The Frankfurt Quasar Monitoring project.
The East Valley Astronomy Club's Q ar observing program. Sky & Telescope also has an excellent article in its March edition on quasar hunting. Context. As a characteristic feature of generic blazars the polarization behavior of the quasi-periodic optical outbursts observed in OJ is investigated.
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So go ahead, start exploring. Well on a clear night, you can see almost 2 Billion light years in your scope by sighting quasar 3C This quasar is visible in an 8-inch scope. See page 83 of Sky & Telescope’s May issue for maps and observing tips.
PHL —This mag quasar is located in Capricornus. Armed with the fine star chart from Skyhound web site (www. Radio telescopes use chicken-wire or metal sheeting. X-ray telescopes use mirrors, but the X-rays must bounce off the mirrors at an extreme angle, or they would pass straight through.
Optical telescopes can use either mirrors or lenses. Both have advantages: Lenses: • Don’t need their surfaces to be as smooth. fundamental relationships need better characteri-zation. Several dozen studies of quasar optical broad-band variabilityhave appearedin the literature.
A number of the more important studies are summa-rized in tabular form by Helfand et al. () and Giveon et al. Most ensemble studies have focused on establishing correlations between vari.
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