J. Ticha, M. Tichy
Klet' Observatory, Zatkovo nabrezi 4
CZ-370 01 Ceske Budejovice, Czech Republic
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Abstract. Astrometry for an accurate orbit determination of distant objects, i.e. transneptunian objects, Centaurs and other peculiar objects is usually made with large telescopes ranging from 2 to 10 meters. In selected cases a bright(er) part of their population has been effectively observed with small 0.6 to 1 meter class telescopes. We point out here our methods and techniques used at the Klet Observatory, including results and some problems of the follow-up astrometry of faint (fainter than mag. 20 V) and slowly moving objects with a small telesope. The extension of this observing programme to fainter objects using new larger telescope is in preparation.