Carlsberg Meridian Catalogue 12


Note that CMC12 has been superceded by CMC13.

Carlsberg Meridian Catalogue 12 was released on 3 July 2002. This is an astrometric and photometric catalogue of 6.3 million stars in the red (SDSS r') magnitude range 9 to 17. This catalogue is the initial release of the CMT CCD survey and covers the declination range -3 to +3. The data for the remainder of the survey (+3 to +30) has been observed and reduced and is in the process of being calibrated.

CMC12 external accuracies


Units:
  Astrometric - milliarcseconds
  Photometric - millimagnitudes
r' RA Dec Mag
<13 36 37 25
14 45 40 35
15 68 55 70
16 113 90 170

The data can be accessed in the following directory (cmc12/carlsberg).

The documentation for CMC12 is also available on the Internet as either a Postscript or PDF version.

Papers related to CMC12

Sørensen, A.N., Nørregaard, P., Evans, D.W.,
``Using KAF-4201 CCDs for astronomy''.
in ``Optical Detectors for Astronomy II'', eds. P. Amico & J.W. Beletic. Kluwer Academic Publishers, p351 (2000). An early gzipped PS version

Evans, D.W.,
``Calibrating the astrometric fluctuations in the CMT CCD Drift-Scan Survey''.
in ``The New Era of Wide Field Astronomy'', eds. Roger Clowes, Andrew Adamson & Gordon Bromage. ASP Conf. Ser. Vol. 232. Astron. Soc. Pac., San Francisco, p329 (2001). Gzipped PS version

Evans, D.W.,
``The Carlsberg Meridian Telescope: an astrometric robotic telescope''.
AN, 322, 347-351 (2001). PDF version

Evans, D.W., Irwin, M.J., Helmer, L.,
``The Carlsberg Meridian Telescope CCD drift scan survey''.
A&A, 395, 347-356 (2002). astro-ph entry.


Dafydd Wyn Evans / IoA / dwe @ ast.cam.ac.uk
Last update 1 March 2007