Sunday, August 17, 2014

Night Log 2014-08-16

SA: Petri
SO: Fred


Once again a pretty much perfect first half of night with many science blocks
done with good efficiency. Latter half of the night plagued by thin/thick clouds
and also a few technical issues with maybe an hour lost to them, and another
for weather. Science for:

2014-1-RSA_OTH-019 P1 RSS (x2) (Observing Pluto -- rotationally resolved spectra.)
2014-1-POL_RSA-001 P1 RSS+SCAM (Dark energy and the expansion rate of the Universe from quasar monitoring.)
2014-1-HET_UC-001 P1 HRS (Searching for the Earth-mass planet around alpha Cen B)
2014-1-RSA_OTH-017 P2 HRS (Medium resolution spectroscopic measurments of supergiant donar stars in high mass X-ray binaries.)
2014-1-POL-001 P2 HRS (Searching for circumbinary planets)
2014-1-RU-003 P2 RSS (Investigating the H alpha Emission of a Bow Shock in SN1006)
2014-1-RU-001 P2 RSS (Observations of supernovae, near and far.)
2014-1-RSA_OTH-004 P2 RSS (Measuring dark matter in clusters using the brightest cluster galaxies)
2014-1-HET_OTH-002 P3 HRS (To determine if C enhanced Metal-poor stars without heavy element enhancement is due to binarity.)
2014-1-AMNH-003 P3 SCAM (Studying the long-term behavior of classical novae after their eruptions)

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