Carlsberg Meridian Catalogue 13


Note that CMC13 has been superceded by CMC14.

Carlsberg Meridian Catalogue 13 was released on 28 April 2003. This is an astrometric and photometric catalogue of 36.2 million stars in the red (SDSS r') magnitude range 9 to 17. This catalogue is the next release of the CMT CCD survey and covers the declination range -3 to +30. The data for an extension of the survey (-15 to -3 and +30 to +50) is being observed and will be released in the winter of 2004/5.

CMC13 external accuracies


Units:
  Astrometric - milliarcseconds
  Photometric - millimagnitudes
r' ΔRA
(mas)
ΔDec
(mas)
ΔMag
(mmag)
<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 (cmc13/carlsberg).

The documentation for CMC13 is also available on the Internet as either a Postscript or PDF version.

Papers related to CMC13

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 29 September 2010