Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Night Log 2014-09-01

SA: Paul
SO: Veronica
Others: Martin at the start of the evening


- We had a very productive night in very good observing conditions. The seeing was ~1.2'' for most of the night. We took advantage of the good seeing to perform important engineering observations as well.

- We obtained data for the following programs:

2014-1-DC-006 P0 RSS (Classification of possible supernovae)
2014-1-POL-005 P0 RSS (x4) (Spectroscopic characterization of asteroid surfaces)
2014-1-RU_RSA-001 P1 RSS (RINGS: The RSS Imaging spectroscopy Nearby Galaxy Survey)
2014-1-AMNH-004 P1 SCAM (Identification of the ring nebula PL1547-5612.)
2014-1-RSA_OTH-010 P1 RSS (Investigating the history of a core-less ring galaxy)
2014-1-IUCAA_UW-001 P1 RSS (Probing the absorption line variability in quasar outflows)
2014-1-IUCAA_UKSC_RSA-001 P2 RSS (Studying X-ray binaries in supernovae)

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