Atlas and Catalogue of Infrared Sources in the Magellanic Clouds

The maps presented here are based on observations obtained in the Additional Observations program in the Deep Sky Mapping mode. The proximity of the Magellanic Clouds to the Southern Galactic Pole means that observations were obtained with almost orthogonal scan directions. The data sets derived for...

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Main Authors: Schwering, P. B. W., Israel, F. P. (Author)
Corporate Author: SpringerLink (Online service)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Dordrecht Springer Netherlands 1990, 1990
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Collection: Springer Book Archives -2004 - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Summary:The maps presented here are based on observations obtained in the Additional Observations program in the Deep Sky Mapping mode. The proximity of the Magellanic Clouds to the Southern Galactic Pole means that observations were obtained with almost orthogonal scan directions. The data sets derived for the in-scan and the cross-scan directions provided maps with maximum resolution in both directions. These maps are presented here independently. The main body of this publication is the Infrared Atlas of the Magellanic Clouds and the Catalogue of Infrared Sources. Preceding the Atlas and Catalogue is a set of tables correlating Catalogue sources with objects listed in other (optical) catalogues. A series of transparent overlays facilitates matching of Atlas sources with Catalogue maps. A 3.1/2 in. or 5.1/4 in. disk for IBM PC, XT, AT or compatibles which contains all data of IRAS catalogues in this book is available free of charge. If you are interested in receiving this disk please return the reply card enclosed in the book
Physical Description:224p online resource
ISBN:9789400905375