The most prolific asteroid observation observatories in 2014 year (from January 16th 2014 to October 08th 2014) (an extended list)

Name,
МРС-code
Number of measurements (number of objects) Number of asteroid discoveries σ,″ (Ast-DyS) Instruments FOV Scale, ″/pix Altitude, m
1 PanSTARR-1, Haleakala (USA), F51 3869580
(695847)
39513 0.121 1.8-m f/4.4 Ritchey-Chretien 2.6ºх2.6º
(3ºх3º ?)
0.3 3052
2 Mt. Lemmon Survey (USA), G96 1834814
(343251)
11484 0.275 1.50-m f/2.0 reflector 1.0ºх1.0º
1.2ºх1.2º [1]
1.0 2800
3 Catalina Sky Survey (USA), 703 1319386
(241871)
984 0.571 0.575 3.9ºх3.9º 2.6 2510
4 Steward Observatory, Kitt Peak (USA), 691 752427
(137299)
4670 0.295 0.9-m f/3 reflector 2.9ºx2.9º 1.1 2095
5 Space Surveillance Telescope, Atom Site,G45 475016(67802) 171 0.427 ? ? ? ?
7 Palomar Mountain—PTF (USA), I41 228508
(27691)
343 0.166 1.2-m f/2.44 Schmidt [2] 2.3ºx3.4º [3] 1.01 [2] 1708 [4]
8 WISE, C51 207952
(9459)
101 0.557 ? ? ? ?
9 Oukaımeden Observatory, Marrakech (Morocco), J43 140257
(23679)
336 0.341 0.5-m f/3 reflector [6] 1.5ºх1.5º [6] 1.2 [6] 2750 [6]
10 Cerro Tololo-DECam, W84 108354(14798) 2946 0.165 SOAR Telescope 4.1 m reflector,Blanco Telescope 4.0 m reflector,

SMARTS 1.5-meter 1.5 m reflector

 ?  ? 2215
11 ISON-NM observatory (Russia), it is situated in the USA. Remotely controlled. CoLiTec user, H15 93567
(24003)
112 0.523 0.40-m f/3 reflector SANTEL 100’х100’ 2.0 2217
12 SONEAR Observatory, Oliveira, Y00 76137
(18091)
27 0.474 0.30-m f/3.0 reflector + CCD ? ? ?
13 ESA Optical Ground Station, Tenerife, J04 72882
(20325)
346 0.316 1.0-m f/4.4 reflector + CCD ? ? ?
14 Tenagra II Observatory (USA), 926 60061
(18320)
105 0.363 0.81-m f/7 Ritchey-Chreґtien 0.41-m f/3.75 astrograph 14.8′x14.8′
1.48ºх1.48º
0.87 1.3 1312
15 U.S. Naval Observatory, Flagstaff,689 52141(1940) 0 0.181  ? ?  ? 2273
16 Elena Remote Observatory (Russia), it is situated in Chile, G32 18882
(3047)
345 0.346 0.4-m f/8.0 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD 40’x26’ 1.13 2400
17 Palomar Mountain/NEAT (USA), 644 18771
(3850)
40 ? 1.2-m f/2.44 Schmidt [8] 1.2ºх1.6º [7] 1 [8] 1708 [7]
18 LPL/Spacewatch II (USA), 291 18586
(4857)
4 0.328 1.8-m f/2.7 reflector 0.78º + drift-scan 0.6 2095
19 MASTER-II Observatory, Kislovodsk (Russia), C41 16626
(4354)
3 0.666 0.4-m f/2.5 reflector 2ºx2º 1.8 2067
20 Les Engarouines Observatory (France), A14 13791
(4136)
5 0.401 0.50-m f/3 reflector ? ? ?
21 NAO Rozhen, 071 13050
(558)
1 0.418 0.50-m f/3.44 Schmidt + CCD ? ? ?
22 ISON-Kislovodsk Observatory (Russia). CoLiTec user, D00 12822
(3216)
4 0.549 0.40-m f/3 reflector 105’х105’ 2.06 2100 ?
23 Astronomical Research Observatory, Westfield (USA), H21 12389
(2170)
25 0.263 0.61-m f/4.5 astrograph, 0.81-m f/4.5 astrograph, 0.76-m f/6.65 Ritchey-Chretien ? 0.8 [9] ?
24 ISON-Ussuriysk. CoLiTec user, C15 11747
(3554)
3 0.564 0.65-m f/2.3 astrograph + CCD 130х’130’ 3,08 275
25 MASTER-II Observatory, Blagoveshchensk, D54 9397
(2445)
0 0.658 0.4-m f/2.5 reflector + CCD ? ? ?
26 New Millennium Observatory, Mozzate (Italy), A24 9252
(2312)
0 0.953 0.36-m f/7.6 Schmidt-Cassegrain 13.7’х13.7’? 1.4 ?
27 Cerro Tololo (Chili). Telescope is owned by the USA, 807 8880
(2246)
11 0.284 0.41-m f/11 Ritchey-Chreґtien ? ? 2200
28 European Northern Observatory La Palma (Canaries), 950 8818
(1365)
46 0.199 2.5-m f/3.3 reflector 40’х40’ ? 2336
29 MASTER-II Observatory, Tunka(Russia), C94 7734
(2257)
0 0.709 0.4-m f/2.5 reflector 2ºx2º 1.8 680
30 Mauna Kea, 568 7099
(1968)
279 0.122 8.2-m f/2 reflector + CCD, 3.6-m Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope + CCD, 2.24-m reflector + CCD ? ? ?
48 Bergisch Gladbach (Germany), 621 1792(480) 34 0,364 0.6 m f/5.2 reflector 11’х10’? 1.2 368
52 OAM Observatory, La Sagra (Spain), J75 1616(478) 57 0,460 0.45-m f/2.8 reflector, 0.40-m reflector 1.5ºх1.0º,1.0ºх1.0º ? ?
57 Observatoire de Dax (France), 958 1540(412) 1 0,891 0.20-m f/3.3 Schmidt-Cassegrain, 0.25-m f/6.3 Schmidt-Cassegrain, 0.30-m f/5.8 reflector ? ? ?
74 Bisei Spaceguard Center-BATTeRS (Japan), 300 786(150) 0 0,616 0.5 – m f/2.0 reflector [10] 0.25 – m f/5.0 reflector [11] 1.0-m f/3.0 reflector [12] 2ºx2º [13] 3ºx3º [13] ? ?
77 Kourovskaya Astronomical Observatory (Russia), 168 775(163) 0 0,644 0.40-m f/0.78 Schmidt 2ºx2º [15] 1.8 [15] 260
106 Galaёti Observatory(Romania), C73 455(90) 0 0,511 0.4-m f/8 Ritchey-Chreґtien 29.8’ x 19.9’[14] 0.58 [14] ?
149 Engelhardt Observatory, Zelenchukskaya Station (Russia), 114 167(41) 0 ? 0.3-m f/7.7 reflector ? ? 2047
187 Andrushivka Astronomical Observatory (Ukraine).CoLiTec user, A50 85(28) 0 ? 0.6-m reflector 72′х72′ 2.07 240
243 Terskol (Ukraine-Russia), B18 47(13) 0 0,358 0.6-m f/12.8 Cassegrain ? ? 3127
274 Ka-Dar Observatory, TAU Station (Russia), C32 31(8) 0 ? 0.40-m f/8 Ritchey-Chreґtien 39’х26’ 1.17 2060
422 KubanStateUniversity Astrophysical Observatory (Russia), C40 3(1) 0 0.254 0.51-m f/6.3 reflector 20’x20 0.46 71
- AZT-8 (Evpatoria), B17 -(-) - ? 0.7-m f/2.83 reflector 45’х45’ 1.75 12
- AGM Observatory, Marrakech (Morocco), I69 -(-) - ? 0.6-m f/5 reflector ? ? ?
- ISON-Terskol Observatory (Russia-Ukraine), D05 -(-) - ? 0.80-m f/2.8 reflector ? ? 3127

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