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    Title: TAOS - The Taiwanese-American Occultation Survey
    Authors: Lehner, M. J.;Alcock, C.;Axelrod, T.;Bianco, F.;Byun, Y. -I.;Chen, W. -P.;Cook, K. H.;Dave, R.;de Pater, I.;Giammarco, J.;King, S. -K.;Lee, T.;Lissauer, J.;Marshall, S. L.;Mondal, S.;Nihei, T.;Rice, J.;Schwamb, M.;Wang, A.;Wang, S. -Y.;Wen, C. -Y.;Zhang, Z. -W.
    教師: 李太楓
    Date: 2006
    Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
    Relation: ASTRONOMISCHE NACHRICHTEN,Wiley-Blackwell,Volume: 327,Issue: 8,Pages: 814-817,Published: 2006
    Abstract: The Taiwanese-American Occultation Survey (TAOS) seeks to determine the number and size spectrum for small (similar to 3 km) bodies in the Kuiper Belt. This will be accomplished by searching for the brief occultations of bright stars (R similar to 14) by these objects. We have designed and built a special purpose photometric monitoring system for this purpose. TAOS comprises four 50 cm telescopes, each equipped with a 2048 x 2048 pixel CCD camera, in a compact array located in the central highlands of Taiwan. TAOS will monitor up to 2 000 stars at 5 Hz. The system went into scientific operation in the autumn of 2005.
    URI: http://as.wiley.com/WileyCDA/Brand/id-35.html
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