Questions tagged [sky-survey]

A sky-survey is a general map or image of a region of the sky which lacks a specific observational target, but this tag also applies to surveys of a given class of objects, (e.g. TESS)

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Might the SpaceX Roadster intercept any ongoing surveys?

There are star survey telescopes in space, and on Earth. I don't really know how to begin to know where they will all be looking for the next few months. On the off-chance that someone does, or can ...
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Is there any way to find out what sky surveys are *currently active?*

I've asked a question about active sky surveys that might intercept a 2% of 4π patch of sky in the next six months and potentially record this dim (+22 to +26 magnitude) object. I've added a bounty ...
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What discoveries have come from the DASCH project (Digital Access to a Sky Century @ Harvard)

@astrosnapper's answer to the question Could stellar occultations be used to survey Kuiper belt objects? mentions the TAOS-II project and asteroid occultation measurements (which occur on the ...