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UCF Physics: AST 5765/4762: (Advanced) Astronomical Data Analysis Fall 2009 Homework 11 Due Tuesday 10 November 2009 Work: Become sufficiently familiar with aperture photometry to: 1. Measure the relative fluxes of stars in an image. Resources: 1. AST5765 only: Press et al. sections 12.0 – 12.2 (not including 12.2.1), 12.5, 12.6. Read this thoroughly, but skim coding details. Study all figures, including coding ones. Be sure you understand what the N -dimensional Fourier transform actually means, not just how to write down the math. Hand in: This assignment concludes the measurement of stellar fluxes from the data in /home/ast5765/data/hw7 . Be careful to follow the instructions above the questions in HW7. Follow the convention that the center of a pixel has the integer position of the pixel and that the lower-left corner has position (-0.5, -0.5). 1. (10 points) Copy the routines and homework files from the previous homework (including any inclusions of prior assignments) into the directory for this assignment. Correct any errors
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