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Hipparchus cataloged brightness by assigning each star to one of six classes, the first class (or first magnitude) being the brightest, the sixth class the faintest. The choice of six classes, rather than some other number – ten, for example – is a curious one, and may be tied to earlier Babylonian mysticism, which held six to be a significant number. For the next two millennia, astronomers perpetuated this system, eventually extending it to fainter stars at higher magnitudes: magnitudes 7, 8, 9, etc.

000, compute the magnitude of the unknown. Actual data numbers are listed for the frame in the table. Assume these are proportional to the number of photons counted in each pixel, and that the band-pass is narrow enough that all photons can be assumed to have the same energy. Remember, that photometrically, both star images have the same size. 34 22 31 34 33 22 28 18 32 28 16 20 70 99 67 33 22 25 23 28 26 44 98 229 103 34 17 27 16 28 33 34 66 107 67 29 16 26 29 24 37 22 37 38 36 36 32 17 25 26 22 26 25 28 32 24 24 18 24 26 25 14 35 46 69 65 46 30 30 17 25 30 36 102 240 241 85 29 28 19 29 30 39 159 393 363 157 35 20 30 19 20 39 93 248 244 84 24 35 35 28 19 23 37 69 68 42 30 22 30 25 17 20 22 30 24 22 27 23 26 Chapter 2 Uncertainty Errare humanum est.

The two are very different quantities, however. The value of s is characteristic only of the object itself, whereas F changes with distance. Now, suppose that the object has a detectable angular size – that our telescope can resolve it, that is, distinguish it from a point source. The solid angle, in steradians subtended by a spherical source of radius a and distance r is (for a ( r). Xffi pa2 ½steradiansŠ r2 Now we write down r, the apparent surface brightness of the source on the sky, that is, the flux that arrives per unit solid angle of the source.

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