List of all followup runs
List of runs with no data stats loaded yet
This page summarizes the status of the photometric calibration of the Deep Ecliptic Survey search fields. The survey defined a set of fields on the sky within 5 degrees of the ecliptic. We are working to get a sample of point-source photometry on every field that was used during the survey so that the images will can be calibrated. The goal is to get 3 independent nights of photometry for every field used during the survey. More nights are acceptible but three are sufficient.
|The figure shown to the left is a plot of the sky showing all fields to be calibrated. The points are color coded to indicate the status of the calibration. dark red - zero nights, blue - one night, and dark gree - two nights. Survey data: + symbol, followup data (no SDSS): triangle, followup data (w/ SDSS): point. Any field (of any type) with sufficient calibration is plotted as a grey point.|
|The histogram shown to the left summarizes how many nights there are on the fields. Blue shows the status of the survey fields, green shows the followup fields without SDSS support, and red shows the followup fields with SDSS support.|
Of the fields still needing work,
9 survey fields have been observed on two nights:
F09445a F09478a F09498a F09557a F09604a F09605a F09610a F09624a F10051a
In the group of followup fields that have no SDSS support 82 have never been observed, 53 have been observed on just one night, and 251 have been observed on two nights. Out of the fields that do have SDSS support 223 have never been observed, 56 have been observed on just one night, and 27 have been observed on two nights.
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