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CCD Cameras for the Kiso 105 cm Schmidt Telescope

  • S. Yoshida (a1), T. Aoki (a1), T. Soyano (a1), K. Tarusawa (a1), M. Sekiguchi (a2), M. Doi (a3), N. Kashikawa (a3), S. Okamura (a3), K. Shimasaku (a3), M. Yagi (a3) and N. Yasuda (a3)...

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We report on the status of the CCD cameras for the Kiso 105-cm Schmidt telescope. We have two types of cameras – single-chip and mosaic. The single-chip camera is available for common use. At present about 90 % of the telescope time is allocated to observations with CCD cameras.

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CCD Cameras for the Kiso 105 cm Schmidt Telescope

  • S. Yoshida (a1), T. Aoki (a1), T. Soyano (a1), K. Tarusawa (a1), M. Sekiguchi (a2), M. Doi (a3), N. Kashikawa (a3), S. Okamura (a3), K. Shimasaku (a3), M. Yagi (a3) and N. Yasuda (a3)...

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