Meeting Archival Standards in the Astronomical Photographic Data Archive at PARI J.D. Cline, M.W. Castelaz, T.H. Barker, L. Rottler Pisgah Astronomical Research Institute 221 st American Astronomical Society Meeting. Wednesday January 9, 2013. Session 340.02.
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Meeting Archival Standards in the Astronomical Photographic Data Archive at PARI
J.D. Cline, M.W. Castelaz, T.H. Barker, L. RottlerPisgah Astronomical Research Institute221st American Astronomical Society Meeting. Wednesday January 9, 2013. Session 340.02
Pisgah Astronomical Research Institute (PARI)
Not-for-profit public foundation
APDA Research Tools
Meeting Facility Standards for Archiving Astronomical Photographic Images
Diffuse Interstellar Bands – Digitized Survey & Identification
The 200 acre PARI campus, looking west from the 26-m East radio telescope
Astronomical Photographic Data Archive (APDA)
Using the new GAMMA II scanner-control system, we obtained digitized images of the field containing NGC 2207, IC2163 and SN 1975a, found on plate #1466 taken on 01/19/1975 with the 4-m telescope at KPNO.
4mm x 4mm area digitized using 10-μm pixels.
10 mm x 10mm area digitized
using 50-μm pixels.
20,000 sq. ft. two story PARI Research Building recently renovated with support from the NSF – Award AST-0963300. Houses the Radio Frequency Laboratory, APDA, the Aeronomy Program Center, and lab space for short-term projects conducted by PARI Research Faculty Affiliates.