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DEEP-South: Automated Observation Scheduling, Data Reduction and Analysis Software Subsystem

  • Hong-Suh Yim (a1), Myung-Jin Kim (a1), Young-Ho Bae (a1), Hong-Kyu Moon (a1), Young-Jun Choi (a1), Dong-Goo Roh (a1), Jintae Park (a1), Bora Moon (a1) and the DEEP-South Team (a1)...

Abstract

We started ‘DEep Ecliptic Patrol of the Southern sky’ (DEEP-South, DS) (Moon et al. 2015) in late 2012, and conducted test runs with the first Korea Microlensing Telescope Network (KMTNet) (Park et al. 2012), a 1.6 m telescope with 18k x 18k CCD stationed at CTIO in early 2015. While the primary objective of DEEP-South is the physical characterization of small Solar System bodies, it is also expected to discover a large number of such bodies, many of them previously unknown. An automated observation scheduling, data reduction and analysis software subsystem called ‘DEEP-South Scheduling and Data reduction System’ (DS SDS) is thus being designed and implemented to enable observation planning, data reduction and analysis with minimal human intervention.

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Bae, Y.-H., Byun, Y.-I., Kang, Y.-W., Park, S.-Y., Oh, S.-H., Yu, S.-Y., Han, W., Yim, H.-S., & Moon, H.-K. 2015, JASS, 22, 393
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Park, B.-G., Kim, S.-L., Lee, J. W., Lee, B.-C., Lee, C.-U., Han, C., Kim, M., Moon, D.-S., Moon, H.-K., Rey, S.-C., Sung, E.-C., & Sung, H. 2012, Ground-based and Airborne Telescopes IV Proc. of the SPIE, 8444, 47
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