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Astrometric Programmes of the Abastumani Observatory

  • Soso M. Chanturiya (a1), Raguli I. Inasaridze (a1), Rolan I. Kiladze (a1) and Omar M. Kurtanidze (a1)

Abstract

Astrometric investigations undertaken with the 70 cm meniscus and 40 cm double astrograph telescopes are considered. We describe the determination of accurate positions for minor planets, giant-planet satellites, late-type stars, extragalactic radio-sources, optically discovered quasars and compact extragalactic objects in the Second Byurakan Survey.

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