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== Current and future instruments suitable for Gaia alerts response ==
 
== Current and future instruments suitable for Gaia alerts response ==
  
'''Please list here any surveys probable to be in operation from 2012 to 2017 suitable for following-up Gaia alerts.'''
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'''The list here will contain surveys probable to be in operation from 2012 to 2017 suitable for following-up Gaia alerts. Please expand it with more surveys.'''
  
 
[http://www.uni-sw.gwdg.de/~hessman/MONET/links.html Hessman's list] of (mainly robotic) telescopes (including ones in preparation).
 
[http://www.uni-sw.gwdg.de/~hessman/MONET/links.html Hessman's list] of (mainly robotic) telescopes (including ones in preparation).
  
 
* MASTER Robotic Net ([http://arxiv.org/abs/0907.0827 Lipunov et al. 2009]) limiting mag= 19-20, started in 2002 in Moscow, Russia, followed-up many GCN alerts; now being upgraded to a network all over Russia (1000 clear nights per year).
 
* MASTER Robotic Net ([http://arxiv.org/abs/0907.0827 Lipunov et al. 2009]) limiting mag= 19-20, started in 2002 in Moscow, Russia, followed-up many GCN alerts; now being upgraded to a network all over Russia (1000 clear nights per year).
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Revision as of 09:29, 25 March 2010

Current and future instruments suitable for Gaia alerts response

The list here will contain surveys probable to be in operation from 2012 to 2017 suitable for following-up Gaia alerts. Please expand it with more surveys.

Hessman's list of (mainly robotic) telescopes (including ones in preparation).

  • MASTER Robotic Net (Lipunov et al. 2009) limiting mag= 19-20, started in 2002 in Moscow, Russia, followed-up many GCN alerts; now being upgraded to a network all over Russia (1000 clear nights per year).