Thursday, July 10, 2014

Night Log 2014-07-09

SA: Paul
SO: Thea


- a cold, long productive night. had a couple of gaps in the schedule. had clear and photometric conditions, the seeing was mediocre, around 2.3'' for most of the night.

- obtained data for the following programs:

- 2014-1-RU-001 P0 RSS [Observations of supernovae, near and far.]
- 2014-1-RSA-003 P3 RSS x4 [Studying brown dwarfs and the coolest stars]
- 2014-1-RSA-001 P3 RSS [PSRB1259-63 during the 2014 periastron passage]
- 2014-1-IUCAA_RSA_OTH-001 P3 RSS [Star formation histories of Pseudobulges.]
- 2014-1-IUCAA_RSA_OTH-001 P2 RSS [Star formation histories of Pseudobulges.]
- 2014-1-RSA_OTH-022 P0 RSS [Following the outburst of the unusual X-ray binary SXP1062.]
- 2014-1-IUCAA_UKSC_RSA-001 P2 RSS [Studying X-ray binaries in supernovae]

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