Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Night Log 2015-09-08

SA: Paul
SO: Thea
Others: Fred


- Stable weather conditions and no technical issues made for a very productive night. The average seeing was around 1.5''.

- Obtained data for the following programs:

2015-1-SCI-063 P0 RSS (SALT follow-up of type Ia supernovae to study their properties at targeted redshifts)
2015-1-MLT-004 P0 RSS (Deriving the mass of the central super-massive black hole in the core of active galaxies)
2015-1-SCI-065 P1 RSS (x4) (FP Halpha kinematics of RESOLVE galaxies)
2015-1-SCI-013 P1 HRS (Evolved binaries in the Magellanic Clouds )
2015-1-SCI-041 P1 RSS (Superwinds in luminous starburst galaxies)
2015-1-SCI-054 P2 RSS (Tracing the merger histories of luminous red galaxies as a function of their environment)
2015-1-SCI-017 P3 SCAM (Observations of evolved massive stars revealed with Spitzer and WISE)
2015-1-MLT-003 P4 RSS (We aim to study a number of candidate ultracool objects, which should include new brown dwarfs.)

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