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- adv. In a photometric manner
- adv. By using photometry
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- As regards photometry; by means of a photometer.
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- adv. by photometric means
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If so, why would this photometrically measured redshift be especially relevant compared to the 2006 spectroscopically derived redshift possibly as means to confirm the validity of the Lyman dropout value derived with their new apparatus?
The class has since been augmented by a comparable number of stars that have similar spectra or SEDs to the classical FUors, but that have not been observed to behave photometrically in that way.
The paper mentions that a 12 hour spectrum across the cluster taken with one of the 8 meter VLT 'scopes detected NO galaxies, hence the redshift is derived photometrically.
COROT, a French satellite scheduled to be launched in 2006, is designed to discover planets photometrically.
The observer is sheltered from the intense light at high temperatures by a wedge of tinted glass, which further can be used in photometrically estimating the temperature by using it to obtain extinction of the field.
The finished lamp is then photometrically tested, and placed on a support something like the Edison mounting.
He discovered 2,500 nebulæ and 806 double stars, counted the stars in 3,400 guage-fields, and compared the principal stars photometrically.
-- Specifically, the intensity of light in a color, measured photometrically; that is to say, a standard light has its intensity, or
Moreover, Professor G. Müller  of Potsdam examined photometrically the phases of seven among them, of which four -- namely, Vesta, Iris, Massalia, and Amphitrite -- were found to conform precisely to the behaviour of Mars as regards light-change from position, while Ceres, Pallas, and Irene varied after the manner of the moon and Mercury.
This image was enhanced photometrically to better bring out features in the less-illuminated part.