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Table 1:

Overview of our observations with NAOS-CONICA.

Object
$\alpha({\rm J2000})$ $\delta({\rm J2000})$ L[mag] FWHM [''] Date UT AM $T_{\rm tot}$
HR 6070 16 18 17.9 -28 36 50 4.807 - April 28th, 2006 7:00-7:02 1.0 $2.0~{\rm s}$
YLW 16 A (p) 16 27 28.0 -24 39 34 6.7 0.5 April 28th, 2006 7:26-8:08 1.0 $60 \times 3 \times 4.0~{\rm s}$
YLW 16 A (o) 16 27 28.0 -24 39 34 6.7 0.5 August 10th, 2006 0:45-2:00 1.1 $26 \times 50 \times 2.8~{\rm s}$
HR 6070 16 18 17.9 -28 36 50 4.807 - August 10th, 2006 2:51-2:59 1.3 $2.0~{\rm s}$

Notes. Coordinates (Cutri et al. 2003), L band magnitude, spatial FWHM, date, observing time (UT), as well as the mean airmass (AM) during the observations are listed. The object YLW 16 A was observed twice using two different slit orientations: parallel (p) and orthogonal (o) to the rotational axis of the YSO. The quantity $T_{\rm tot}$ is the total exposure time. Directly before or after the observation, the standard star HR 6070 was observed.


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