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24 December 2002 Data reduction and astrometry strategies for wide-field images: an application to the Capodimonte Deep Field
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The Capodimonte Deep Field (OACDF) is a multi-colour imaging survey on two 0.5×0.5 square degree fields performed in the BVRI bands and in six medium-band filters (700 - 900 nm) with the Wide Field Imager (WFI) at the ESO 2.2 m telescope at La Silla, Chile. In this contribution the adopted strategies for the OACDF data reduction are discussed. Preliminary scientific results of the survey are also presented.
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Juan M. Alcala, Mario Radovich, Roberto Silvotti, M. Pannella, M. Arnaboldi, Massimo Capaccioli, E. Puddu, A. Rifatto, G. De Lucia, Amata Mercurio, N. Napolitano, Aniello Grado, Giuseppe Longo, M. Dall'Ora, V. Ripepi, I. Musella, and Roberto Scaramella "Data reduction and astrometry strategies for wide-field images: an application to the Capodimonte Deep Field", Proc. SPIE 4836, Survey and Other Telescope Technologies and Discoveries, (24 December 2002); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.457011
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