Saturday, July 4, 2015

Night Log 2015-07-03

SA: Marissa
SO: Thea


Today our beloved Darragh was laid to rest. May we find solace in continuing his legacy and by following the remarkable example he set for us all. Let us be a comfort to one another, as we journey into a future none of us ever would have wished to imagine without him at our side.

A bright, clear, extremely stable night gave us the opportunity to take data for all the following proposals:

2015-1-SCI-034 P1 RSS (Gas dynamics in NGC300 and NGC4945)
2015-1-SCI-013 P2 HRS (x4) (Evolved binaries in the Magellanic Clouds )
2015-1-SCI-011 P2 RSS (x2) (Searching the Milky Way for symbiotic stars)
2015-1-SCI-029 P2 HRS (Fingerprints of the interstellar medium in the spectra of central stars of planetary nebulae)
2015-1-SCI-056 P2 RSS (x2) (Observing spectra of Pluto as it rotates, in support of NASA's New Horizons mission.)
2015-1-SCI-032 P2 HRS (Investigating the birth and evolution of X-ray binaries through their radial motion.)
2015-1-SCI-017 P3 RSS (x2) (Observations of evolved massive stars revealed with Spitzer and WISE)
2015-1-MLT-002 P3 RSS (Observations of supernovae, near and far.)
2015-1-SCI-003 P3 HRS (Searching for circumbinary planets)
2015-1-SCI-027 P4 RSS (Kinematics of Bulge Miras)
2015-1-MLT-003 P4 RSS (x2) (We aim to study a number of candidate ultracool objects, which should include new brown dwarfs.)

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