Digital Sky Survey

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Meanings Of Minor Planet Names: 160,001–170,000
161207 Lidz 2002 TW305 Adam Lidz, American astronomer and contributor to the Sloan Digital Sky Survey † 161215 Loveday 2002 UL66 Jonathan Loveday, British astronomer and contributor to the ... physicist and one of the builders of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey † 162466 Margon 2000 JA90 Bruce Margon, American astronomer and a contributor to the Sloan. 164587 Taesch 2007 OS Paul Taesch initiated the discoverer into observing the night sky when she was a teenager † 164589 La Sagra 2007 PC11 Sierra de La Sagra ...
List Of Astronomical Catalogues - S
... Star Catalog SCR — SuperCOSMOS-RECONS SDSS — Sloan Digital Sky Survey SDSSp — Sloan Digital Sky Survey, provisory 1SDSS — Sloan Digital Sky. 3SDSS — reserved by the Sloan Digital Sky Survey for future release ... Infrarouge de Mouvement Propre SIPS — Southern Infrared Proper Motion Survey SPF2 — Second Cat of Fundamental Stars SPF3 — Third Santiago-Pulkovo Fundamental Star Catalogue SPOCS — Spectroscopic ...
List Of Observatory Codes - 200-299
... Cima Ekar-ADAS (Asiago-DLR Asteroid Survey) 210 Alma-Ata 211 Scandicci 212 Observatorio La Dehesilla 213 Observatorio Montcabre 214 Garching Observatory 215 Buchloe 216 Observatoire des Côtes ... Siding Spring, New South Wales, Australia (Digital Sky Survey) 261 Palomar Mountain-DSS, California, USA (Palomar Observatory - Digital Sky Survey) 262 European ...

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