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See detailDeep Impact: Observations from a Worldwide Earth-Based Campaign
Meech, K. J.; Ageorges, N.; A'Hearn, M. F. et al

in Science (2005), 310

On 4 July 2005, many observatories around the world and in space observed the collision of Deep Impact with comet 9P/Tempel 1 or its aftermath. This was an unprecedented coordinated observational campaign ... [more ▼]

On 4 July 2005, many observatories around the world and in space observed the collision of Deep Impact with comet 9P/Tempel 1 or its aftermath. This was an unprecedented coordinated observational campaign. These data show that (i) there was new material after impact that was compositionally different from that seen before impact; (ii) the ratio of dust mass to gas mass in the ejecta was much larger than before impact; (iii) the new activity did not last more than a few days, and by 9 July the comet's behavior was indistinguishable from its pre-impact behavior; and (iv) there were interesting transient phenomena that may be correlated with cratering physics. [less ▲]

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See detailQSO 2237+0305 VR light curves from Gravitational Lenses International Time Project optical monitoring
Alcalde, D.; Mediavilla, E.; Moreau, O. et al

in Astrophysical Journal (2002), 572(2, Part 1), 729-734

We present VR observations of QSO 2237+ 0305 conducted by the Gravitational Lensing International Time Project collaboration from 1999 October 1 to 2000 February 3. The observations were made with the 2 ... [more ▼]

We present VR observations of QSO 2237+ 0305 conducted by the Gravitational Lensing International Time Project collaboration from 1999 October 1 to 2000 February 3. The observations were made with the 2.56 m Nordic Optical Telescope at Roque de los Muchachos Observatory, La Palma ( Spain). The pointspread function ( PSF) fitting method and an adapted version of the ISIS subtraction method have been used to derive the VR light curves of the four components ( A D) of the quasar. The mean errors range in the intervals 0.01-0.04 mag ( PSF fitting) and 0.01-0.02 mag ( ISIS subtraction), with the faintest component ( D) having the largest uncertainties. We address the relatively good agreement between the A and D light curves derived using different filters, photometric techniques, and telescopes. The new VR light curves of component A extend the time coverage of a high-magnification microlensing peak, which was discovered by the OGLE team. [less ▲]

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See detailDaily monitoring of the gravitational lens QSO 2237+0305 at the Nordic Optical Telescope
Puga, E.; Alcalde, D.; Barrena, R. et al

in Gorgas, Javier; Zamorano, Jaime; Gallego, Jesus (Eds.) Highlights of Spanish astrophysics II (2001)

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