Checking the list of optical twins of IR and radio sources from observations in the Andrushevskaya joint-stock company

1Andruk, VM, 1Vedenicheva, IP, 1Ivaschenko, Yu.M, 1Pakuliak, LK, 1Kharin, AS
1Main Astronomical Observatory of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine
Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2002, 8 ;(Supplement2):274-278
Publication Language: Russian
Abstract: 
 A program of optical observations was started to check the list of 79 compact extragalactic radio sources from the ICRF catalog with the Zeiss-600 telescope (60/750) of the Andrushevska Astronomical Observatory (φ=50º00′02.0 ″, λ=28˚59′50.3 ″, h =240 m.),. The list is recommended for high-precision astrometric space observations. It can be used to improve communication between the optical (HCRF) and radio (ICRF) coordinate systems. The telescope is equipped with a CCD camera, the image files from which are transmitted to the Intel-Pentium 3-933 computer in real time. The standard software, supplied by the manufacturer of the CCD receiver, allows real-time monitoring of the quality of received frames of images of star fields.
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