TITLE

Lunar Occultations with Infrared Arrays

AUTHOR(S)
Chandrasekhar, T.; Shah, Rajesh; Mondal, S.
PUB. DATE
September 2003
SOURCE
Bulletin of the Astronomical Society of India;Sep-Dec2003, Vol. 31 Issue 3/4, p471
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Recently we have successfully observed the lunar occultation of a carbon star IRC+20120 and a M5 star IRC+10241 with the NICMOS sub array at the 1.2m Gurushikhar telescope. The integration times were respectively 5 millisec and 3 millisec per sample in the broad K band. The interval between two integrations was ∼ 16 millisec. FOV of the sub array was 10 arcsec x 10 arcsec. Details of the experiment and results are discussed.
ACCESSION #
12014702

 

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