The First Release of the CSTAR
Publish Time:2010-03-30
The Chinese Small Telescope ARray (CSTAR) is deployed at Dome A in 2008 January by the twenty-fourth Chinese expedition team. CSTAR consists four 14.5cm optical telescopes, each with a different filter (g, r, i and open) and has a 4.5x4.5 sq. degree FOV. In 2008, CSTAR 1 performed almost flawlessly, acquiring more than 0.3 million i-band images for a total integration time of 1728 hr during 158 days of observations. CSTAR has a fixed pointing centered on the south celestial pole, all the sources were monitored continuously for several months. This first release contains 21845 light curve derived from its observation data in 2008.
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INTRODUCTION
Keywords
CSTAR;photometry , catalog , light curve
Data format
application/fits , application/csv , application/png
Data volume
1 tables 21845 rows 2729830.21 MB
Sharing method
online
Sharing scope
Public
DOI
10.12149/100038
CSTR
11379.11.100038
VO Identifier
ivo://China-VO/data/CSTAR/DR1
CONTACT AUTHOR
Author
Email
zhouxu(at)bao.ac.cn
Institution
National Astronomical Observatories, Chinese Academy of Sciences
CONTACT PUBLISHER
Email
support(at)china-vo.org
Phone
+86-10-64807973
Institution
National Astronomical Data Center
TAGS
waveband
Optical
telescope or project
Chinese Small Telescope Array(CSTAR)
subject
Cosmology and Galaxies
Star and Interstellar Matter
data type
Catalog Data
production age
1980-
content level
Research