Archives of Photographic PLates for Astronomical USE

Plate from Lippert-Astrograph (Hamburg)

Applause ID: dr.3/plates/101_1696
Archive: Lippert-Astrograph (Hamburg)
Plate number in archive: LA01935
Institute: Hamburger Sternwarte
Observer name: Brüggemann (1926-36)
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Plate format: 24x30 cm
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Original recorded date: 1926-11-01
Number of exposures: 1
Observatory name: Hamburger Sternwarte
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Filename scan: LA01935_y.fits
Filename wedge:
Length of data axis 1: 23048
Length of data axis 2: 28648
Min. value in the image: 1239
Max. value in the image: 65534
Scanner name: Epson Expression 10000XL
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Resolution of axis 1: 2400 dpi
Resolution of axis 2: 2400 dpi
Pixel size along axis 1: 10.5833 um
Pixel size along axis 2: 10.5833 um
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Scan date and time: Sept. 24, 2014, midnight
Author of the scan: S. Preller
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Institute responsible for the scan: Hamburger Sternwarte (Universitaet Hamburg)
Filename scan: LA01935_x.fits
Filename wedge:
Length of data axis 1: 28616
Length of data axis 2: 22930
Min. value in the image: 2130
Max. value in the image: 65532
Scanner name: Epson Expression 10000XL
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Resolution of axis 1: 2400 dpi
Resolution of axis 2: 2400 dpi
Pixel size along axis 1: 10.5833 um
Pixel size along axis 2: 10.5833 um
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Scan date and time: Sept. 23, 2014, midnight
Author of the scan: S. Preller
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Institute responsible for the scan: Hamburger Sternwarte (Universitaet Hamburg)