GREGOR

GFPI Level 0.0 Data on 2019-06-05


Overview of GFPI Level 1.0 and calibration data.

Prj_Type=GFP_Date=20190605_Time=065755

The GFPI observations started at INFO MIS UT and ended at 12:45:04 UT.

Overview
Overview of the project and the data acquisition.

 
Data Type
# Files
Continuum
0
Dark
1
Defocussed Flat-Field
0
Flat-Field
5
Pinhole
1
Polarization Calibration
1
Science Data
5
Target
1
Total
14

File NameDate Time # Images Exposure Time
Date=190605_Time=115518_pcINFO MISSINGINFO MISSING UT00 ms
Date=190605_Time=122042_sd2019-06-0512:20:43 UT163218 ms
Date=190605_Time=122133_sd2019-06-0512:21:34 UT163218 ms
Date=190605_Time=122222_sd2019-06-0512:22:23 UT163218 ms
Date=190605_Time=122311_sd2019-06-0512:23:12 UT163218 ms
Date=190605_Time=122400_sdINFO MISSINGINFO MISSING UT00 ms
Date=190605_Time=123521_ff2019-06-0512:35:22 UT163218 ms
Date=190605_Time=123612_ff2019-06-0512:36:12 UT163218 ms
Date=190605_Time=123700_ff2019-06-0512:37:00 UT163218 ms
Date=190605_Time=123753_ff2019-06-0512:37:53 UT163218 ms
Date=190605_Time=123841_ff2019-06-0512:38:42 UT163218 ms
Date=190605_Time=124114_dk2019-06-0512:41:15 UT22418 ms
Date=190605_Time=124331_tg2019-06-0512:43:32 UT22418 ms
Date=190605_Time=124503_ph2019-06-0512:45:04 UT22418 ms

 

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The GREGOR solar telescope was built by a German consortium under the leadership of the Kiepenheuer Institute for Solar Physics in Freiburg with the Leibniz Institute for Astrophysics Potsdam, the Institute for Astrophysics Göttingen, and the Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research in Göttingen as partners, and with contributions by the Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias and the Astronomical Institute of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic.