Monday, May 12, 2014

Night Log 2014-05-11

SA: Petri
SO: Thea
Others: Chantal and Eben. Paul, Deneys, Anthony over phone.


Finally could open. Lost couple of hours with tech.probs in the beginning, but after that a very nice productive night. Bright moon with cirrus, which cleared for the latter part of the night, with decent seeing too. Data for many programs:
2014-1-RSA-001 (what does a circumstellar disk do during close approach in a pulsar system?)
2014-1-IUCAA-002 (x2) (a future supernova?)
2014-1-GU-001 (the flickering of an active galaxy nucleus)
2014-1-IUCAA_RSA_OTH-001 (evolution of bulges in lenticular galaxies)
2014-1-RSA_POL-001 (x3) (searching for supernova progenitors)
2014-1-IUCAA-003 (x2) (flaring as a supergiant meets a neutron star)
2014-1-RSA_OTH_UKSC-001 (mass transfer in x-ray binaries)
2014-1-RSA-003 (checking up the coldest of coolest dwarf stars)
2014-1-DC-001 (and a white dwarf)
2014-1-DC-006 (a recent Supernova in a nearby spiral galaxy)

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