Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects

 iary calibrators.
In formats, 61K refers to the temperature the instrument was originally cooled to (by a block of nitrogen ice, until 1999), before a cryocooler installed in 2002 (the NICMOS Cooling System NCS). Ref:=2015AJ....149..159R byRUBIN D. , ALDERING G., AMANULLAH R., BARBARY K., DAWSON K.S., DEUSTUA S., FACCIOLI L., FADEYEV V., FAKHOURI H.K., FRUCHTER A.S., GLADDERS M.D., DE JONG R.S., KOEKEMOER A., KRECHMER E., LIDMAN C., MEYERS J., NORDIN J., PERLMUTTER S., RIPOCHE P., SCHLEGEL D.J., SPADAFORA A., SUZUKI N. Astron. J., 149, 159 (2015) A calibration of NICMOS camera 2 for low count rates. oFig. 4, Tables 1+A3: <[RAA2015] FNNNW NN> N=22+21, <[RAA2015] FNNNW 61K NN> N=3+7.
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