|The University of Arizona's
April 1996 Advanced Astrocamp
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Awesome imaging and real science data program, UAZ mirror lab was awesome, use of the Catalina sites 61", 60", 40", and 16" Schmidt Camera Telescopes plus 4x5 film & 2k x 2k CCD's. We also learn a lot about image processing with IRAF.
|The Steward Observatory sign on Mt. Bigelow||The Astro Gang in front of the 61 inch scope dome on Mt. Bigelow|
|The van being unloaded||The communications center on Mt. Lemmon|
|61 inch with the 2048 x 2048 CCD Array with a liquid nitrogen reservoir. Control Room & IRAF Stations||The Dumbell Nebula
(Negative) taken with the 16" Schmidt Camera
for 7 min.exp. Hypered 4415 (4x5) film
|The Dumbell Nebula
taken with the 16" Schmidt Camera
for 7 min.exp. Hypered 4415 (4x5) film.
|Phil & Tim hard
at work processing images in IRAF
In the Control Room of the 61" on Bigelow
||The Milkyway from Mount Lemmon, 9,200ft. elev.|
|John in front of small dome||
left over from cooling the CCD each night,
the first can of juice in orbit!
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