Spacewatch 0.9m Mosaic Camera Survey

The Spacewatch 0.9m Mosaic Camera Survey package contains data and documentation covering the survey between 2003 and 2016. The goal of the survey was to discover near-Earth asteroids by observing regions of the sky near the ecliptic and often near opposition. The survey was conducted using the Spacewatch mosaic camera, commissioned in 2002, and the Steward Observatory 0.9m telescope on Kitt Peak in the Tohono O'odham Nation.

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Status: Archived
Release date: May 3, 2022

Data Set Info

urn:nasa:pds:gbo.ast.spacewatch.survey::1.1 Browse the Spacewatch Archive

Use the following citation to reference this data set:

Brucker, M. J., Larsen, J. A., Mastaler, R. A., Bressi, T. H., Read, M. T., and McMillan, R. S. 2022. Spacewatch 0.9m Mosaic Camera Survey Bundle V1.1, urn:nasa:pds:gbo.ast.spacewatch.survey::1.1, NASA Planetary Data System; 10.26033/vg18-0670.

Essential documents for the Spacewatch archive:



Superseded Versions: Show

urn:nasa:pds:gbo.ast.spacewatch.survey:::1.0
doi: 10.26033/q6wx-v074
V1.0
Note that the data have not changed in V1.1. The only difference was that the
calibration files were in the data directory instead of the calibration directory.