a. A list of standard stars (Landolt);

Tables with some finder charts: http://james.as.arizona.edu/~psmith/61inch/ATLAS/tableA.html
A search method: http://asa.usno.navy.mil/SecH/LandoltSearch.html

Some non-Landolt Standards: http://www.tass-survey.org/tass/refs/skiff_photom.html

b. Relevant literature on the RHO CCD and Camera; 

Overview of the SBIG ST-8XME CCD Camera : http://www.sbig.com/images/documents/products/ST8XME_overview_7.8.11.pdf 
and a spec sheet: http://www.sbig.com/images/documents/products/ST8XME_specs_7.8.11.pdf

SBIG also has a general information sheet about CCDs: http://www.sbig.com/images/documents/products/AboutCCD_7.18.11.pdf

The spec sheet for the CCD (a Kodak KAF-1603ME) can be found here:  http://www.qsimaging.com/docs/KAF-1603MELongSpec.pdf

The filter wheel information is available here: http://www.sbig.com/CFW10-Filter-Wheel.html

The manual for using the camera can be found here: http://www.optcorp.com/pdf/SBIG/USBCameraManual.pdf

c. Relevant literature about observing with RHO and the step-by-step data reduction of the CCD images.

The presentation I gave in class (which has more information about calibration than I went over in detail): http://www.astro.ufl.edu/~ajtownsend/rh/resources/RHO-CCD.pdf

Maxim-DL Manual (imaging software we use with the camera) is available here: http://www.cyanogen.com/help/maximdl/MaxIm-DL.htm.

d. A collection of the sample RHO files that can be used for practice with AIP4WIN or any other software.


e. Info about using the department truck and the van, including gas-up procedures and protocols about keys.


f. The RHO startup and shutdown procedures:

All of this information can be found on various pages of this site, as well.

g. Maps and Directions to get to RHO:

See “Directions” page in left menu bar.
See also these Directions and this Map.