DECam

AcronymDefinition
DECamDark Energy Camera
DECamDirectorate of Environmental Compliance and Management (US Army)
DECamDual Entry Content Addressable Memory
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"DECam, by comparison, is a 570-megapixel camera and covers 15 times the area of the full moon in a single image."
DECam was recently made even more powerful when it was equipped with a special narrowband filter, designed at ASU's School of Earth and Space Exploration (SESE), primarily by Rhoads and Zheng (who was a SESE postdoctoral fellow and is currently at the Shanghai Astronomical Observatory in China), with assistance from Alistair Walker of NOAO.
220, Camapanella rechaza de nuevo la tesis del impio Bocacio, que, en el Decam. I, 2, se hace eco de la creencia generalizada de la "malvagita del clero" y cuenta la historia del hebreo aquel que vino a Roma para hacerse cristiano "e vedendo tanta mala vita di clerici piu si confirmo, dicendo che non potea esser falsa quella fede, che stando tanto mal trattata da christiani, pure sta salda, e cresce".
The acquisition of Decam and Elco would strengthen Wartsila's expertise and technical capabilities in electro technical and measurement and control systems, according to the company.
Margherita Bettinelli, a PhD student at the Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias, found it while looking at archive images from the Dark Energy Camera (DECam) mounted on the Victor Blanco 4-m telescope at the Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory in Chile.
Carnegie's Scott Sheppard and Chadwick Trujillo of the Gemini Observatory used the new Dark Energy Camera (DECam) on the NOAO 4 meter telescope in Chile for discovery.
XIV, 7) and expected his readers to accept as real the behavior of the characters in his novelle, noting that truthfulness is more pleasurable than fiction ("il partirsi dalla verita delle cose state e gran diminuire di diletto negl'intendenti," Decam. IX, 5).
We realized one night's observations with DECam would cover as much sky as we had searched in all the previous years.
Sheppard and Trujillo used the new Dark Energy Camera (DECam) on the NOAO 4 meter telescope in Chile for discovery.
The surveys' cameras, OmegaCAM, DECam, and Hyper Suprime-Cam, record the sky with 268, 570, and 870 megapixels, respectively.