This calendar offers a summary of nights on large aperture (>2m) facilities allocated to observers who study near-Earth objects. This is by no means a comprehensive list, nor is it a tool for coordinating campaigns, but it does provide a means to facilitate communication between groups. If you are interested in being added to this calendar send a request to firstname.lastname@example.org with details of your observing capabilities.
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|Telescope||Aperture||Visible Imaging||Visible Spectroscopy||Near-IR Spectroscopy|
|Field of View||Filters||Astrometry Limit||Light Curve Limit||Range||Mag. Limit||Range||Mag. Limit|
|Lowell DCT||4.3m||12.3' x 12.3'||UBVRI, ugriz, VR||V~24||V~22||0.4 - 1.0 μm||V~19.5||0.8 - 2.4 μm|
|Lowell Perkins||1.9m||13.65' x 13.65'||UBVRI, VR||V~22||V~19||0.35 - 0.95 μm|
|SOAR||4m||7.2' circle||UBVRI, griz||V~24||V~21||0.4 - 0.95 μm||V~19.5|
|Kitt Peak Mayall||4m||36' x 36'||UBVRI, wh||V~24||V~21|
|NASA IRTF||3m||1' x 1'||open||V~19||0.75 - 2.5 μm||V~19|
|UH||2.2m||7.5' x 7.5'||UBVRIz||0.4 - 0.9 μm||~18|
|APO||3.5m||7.5' x 7.5'||SDSS r||V~23||V~19||0.26 - 0.98 μm||V~19|