Proceedings of the IAU Workshop, Jena, GDR, April 21–24,1987

  • Siegfried Marx
Conference proceedings

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-X
  2. Review of Astronomical Photography

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
  3. Photographic Emulsions

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 21-21
    2. R. Budell
      Pages 22-27
    3. B. Dumoulin, J. Québatte, R. M. West
      Pages 34-37
    4. R. Ziener
      Pages 38-39
  4. Hypersensitization

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 41-41
    2. V. Tsintsarov, Ts. Georgiev, M. Tsvetkov, B. Zh. Kovatchev, M. Panov
      Pages 42-46
    3. J.-L. Heudier, C. Labeyrie, T. Lavergé
      Pages 47-48
    4. O. Zichová, J. Zicha, V. I. Tsintsarov, L. Kh. Iliev, Ts. B. Georgiev
      Pages 49-55
    5. T. Aoki, T. Watanabe
      Pages 56-60
  5. Calibration and Sensitometry

  6. Photographic Techniques

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 97-97
    2. H. Zodet
      Pages 105-115
    3. W. J. Roberton, S. B. Tritton
      Pages 116-120
    4. D. Malin
      Pages 125-132
    5. J.-L. Heudier, C. Labeyrie, T. Lavergé, P. Pariyski, G. Sirand-Rey, G. Travot
      Pages 135-139
  7. Measurement and Reduction

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 145-145
    2. T. Noguchi, T. Soyano
      Pages 146-148
    3. G. M. Richter
      Pages 155-156
    4. M. Capaccioli, H. Lorenz, G. M. Richter
      Pages 157-161
    5. W. C. Seitter
      Pages 169-172
    6. J.-L. Heudier
      Pages 173-177
    7. W. R. Dick, E. Schilbach, R.-D. Scholz
      Pages 178-181
  8. Astronomical Applications

About these proceedings


This volume contains the proceedings of the workshop "Astrophotography 87", which was held in Jena, April 21-24, 1987. The workshop was organized by the Central Institute of Astrophysics of the Academy of Sciences of the German Democratic Republic and is the latest in a series devoted to the problems of photography in astronomy. The previous workshops, which have taken place every three years, were held in Edinburgh (1984), Nice (1981) and Geneva (1978). For telescopes with large fields of view, in particular Schmidt telescopes, photographic plates are the only suitable radiation receiver. Thus the effi­ ciency of the photographic plate determines the quality of the observation. The treatment of the plates in the photographic laboratory is also very im­ portant. Additional factors affecting the scientific results are the measuring machines and the methods of interpretation. All these topics were discussed in the workshop by the 62 participants (26 from the GDR and 36 from 13 other countries. Thanks go to David Malin, the chairman of the working group "Astropho­ tography" of the International Astronomical Union, for writing an introduc­ tory article for the proceedings. I am grateful to all participants who pre­ sented papers during the workshop for sending in their manuscripts on time. Poster papers are arranged among the other papers according to the topics they treat. All participants also wish to express their thanks to Springer­ Verlag for publishing the proceedings.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Siegfried Marx
    • 1
  1. 1.Karl-Schwarzschild-ObservatoriumZentralinstitut für Astrophysik der Akademie der Wissenschaften der DDRTautenburgDeutschland

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  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1988
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