photoelectric magnitude


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photoelectric magnitude

n
(Astronomy) astronomy the magnitude of a star determined using a photometer plus a filter to select light or other radiation of the desired wavelength
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Forty-five photoelectric magnitude measurements of Saturn were made between Oct.
(13.) Schmude RW Jr: Photoelectric Magnitude Measurements of Saturn in 1998-99.
In this report, we present photoelectric magnitude measurements of the planetary nebula NGC 6210.
Photoelectric magnitude measurements of Saturn were continued during late 1999 and early 2000.
A total of 52 photoelectric magnitude measurements of Saturn were made between Sept.
The changes in Saturn's color is one reason for the author continuing to collect photoelectric magnitude measurements of Saturn.
(12.) Schmude RW Jr: Photoelectric Magnitudes of Saturn in 1996.
Accurate photoelectric magnitudes for suitable comparison stars are readily available in modern publications such as Sky Catalogue 2000.0, Volume 1.
Schmude RW Jr.: Photoelectric Magnitudes of Saturn in 1996.

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