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MAPCAT is a long term monitoring program, conducted at the Calar Alto 2.2m Telescope. MAPCAT was designed to study the evolution of the optical polarimetric properties of a set of 36 gamma-ray bright blazars (see the source list).
This program complements an international effort to study the long term multi-spectral range behaviour of such sources, leaded by the Blazar Group at the Boston University, with a time sampling of 1 month or better.
The source list contains finding charts, absolute magnitudes of calibration stars in the field, as well as important instructions for the Calar Alto 2.2m data reduction.
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|Last updated on 2013-01-14|