Sunday, February 7, 2016

Night Log 2016-02-06

SA: �ric
SO: Thea


Another productive night. No technical problem, weather cooperative until the end of the night. We have observed an asteroid in the orbit of Mars, and that is pretty cool!
We have been able to observe the following programs:

2015-2-SVP-002 P0 RSS (Spectropolarimetric observations to verify that spectropolarimetry is ready for science!)
2015-2-MLT-006 P1 RSS (x2) (Characterising Strong Gravitational Lensing systems)
2015-2-SCI-031 P1 RSS (Connecting QSO absorption line systems with the associated galaxies)
2015-2-SCI-020 P1 RSS (x2) (Confirming the first asteroid family in the orbit of Mars)
2015-2-SCI-026 P1 RSS (x2) (Probing the time variability of QSO absorption line)
2015-2-SCI-017 P1 RSS (Dark energy and the expansion rate of the Universe from quasar monitoring.)
2015-2-SCI-018 P3 HRS (Evolved binaries in the Magellanic Clouds)

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