Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Night Log 2015-07-13

SA: Paul
SO: Thea


- A frustrating night, observed on the humidity limit for most of the night and had clouds regularly interrupting observations which we had to reject. Despite the poor conditions we were able to obtain data for the following programs:

2015-1-DDT-003 P0 RSS (Studying an extremely luminous supernova.)
2015-1-SCI-068 P1 RSS (Line profile variations in He 1136-2304)
2014-2-MLT-001 P2 RSS (Study of the evolution of lenticular galaxies.)
2015-1-SCI-011 P2 RSS (Searching the Milky Way for symbiotic stars)
2015-1-MLT-003 P4 RSS (x2) (We aim to study a number of candidate ultracool objects, which should include new brown dwarfs.)
2015-1-SCI-059 P4 RSS (Long term monitoring of the SMC LBV S18 and LMC sgB[e] star S134)
2015-1-SCI-062 P4 SCAM (Studying the long-term behavior of classical novae after their eruptions)

- Fun fact: the last three nights have been the coldest recorded so far this year. The average temperature for the past three days is -1.4 C.

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