photoelectric magnitude


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photoelectric magnitude

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photoelectric magnitude

[¦fōd·ō·i′lek·trik ′mag·nə‚tüd]
(astronomy)
The magnitude of a celestial object, as measured by a photoelectric photometer attached to a telescope.
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The author also used his SSP-3 photometer mounted on his 0.09 m Maksutov telescope to make all photoelectric magnitude measurements in Table III with the assistance of his students Jared Huckaby, Jason Lyles and Lance Murphy.
Schmude RW Jr: Wideband Photoelectric Magnitude Measurements of Saturn in 2000.
Table I Photoelectric Magnitude Measurements of Saturn and Other Relevant Data Collected During the 2000 Opposition.
Photoelectric magnitude measurements of NGC 6210 made in May, 1999.
In this report, whole disc photoelectric magnitude measurements of Saturn are reported through filters that have been calibrated to the Johnson B V R and I system.
Photoelectric Magnitude Measurements of Saturn Along With Other Relevant Data.
(14.) Schmude RW Jr: Photoelectric Magnitudes of Saturn in 1996, Ga J Sci 56: 175-181, 1998.
Photoelectric magnitude measurements of Saturn made through different filters are reported in this paper.
Table I summarizes the 1997 photoelectric magnitude measurements of Saturn.

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