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9 January 1984 Utilisation Astrononique De La "Camera Electronique Grand Champ" Astronomical Use Of The "Large Field Electronographic Camera".
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The large field Lallemand electronographic camera is an ideal receptor for bidimensional photometry with large instruments. With the C.F.H. 3,6 m Telescope, the angular field is 10' at the Cassegrain F/8 focus ; in such a field, there is enough stars in the range 14 c V , 16 to start a decent electrographic sequence ; this sequence extends up to V = 21 and permits to measure stars up to V - 24 - 25.
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G Wlerick, G Lelievre, B Servan, V Cayatte, D Michet, L Renard, and D Horville "Utilisation Astrononique De La "Camera Electronique Grand Champ" Astronomical Use Of The "Large Field Electronographic Camera".", Proc. SPIE 0445, Instrumentation in Astronomy V, (9 January 1984); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.966140
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