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The Conversion from the B1950 FK4-Based Position to the J2000 Position of Celestial Objects

  • S. Aoki (a1), M. Sôma (a1), K. Nakajima (a1), Y. Niimi (a1), M. Fujishita (a1) and Y. Takahashi (a1)...

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We present here the fundamental idea of the conversion method between old and new reference frameworks. Some practical applications are made for the optical observations for Tokyo PZT. The method can be also applied to the conversion of radio sources where we have met a great difficulty in performing the conversion because of no citation of observation epochs in general. We discuss their necessity in order to establish a concrete compilation of the position of the radio sources.

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