Thursday, April 28, 2016

Night Log 2016-04-27

SA: Petri
SO: Fred
Others: Eric, Lisa, Richard, Derryck


Great night. Excellent seeing, clear save some thin cirrus wisps, and
stable temperatures and low humidity all throughout. Did some fun
engineering observations on-sky (Jupiter's moons for example!) with
the Laser Frequency Comb, and a large number of good quality
science observations:

2015-2-SCI-028 P1 RSS (Confirmation and redshift determination of galaxy clusters)
2016-1-SCI-022 P1 RSS (Searching for high redshift quasars for the MeerKAT Absorption Line Survey (MALS))
2015-2-MLT-004 P1 RSS (Unraveling ring galaxies)
2015-2-SCI-028 P1,2,3 SCAM (x3) (Confirmation and redshift determination of galaxy clusters)
2015-2-COM-004 P2 HRS (x2) (Commissionning data for HRS)
2015-2-SCI-021 P2 HRS (x2) (High resolution spectroscopic abundance measurements of RGBs in NGC 6584)
2015-2-SCI-023 P2 HRS (HRS spectroscopy of eclipsing stars in Omega Centauri)
2016-1-SCI-036 P3 HRS (Study of the evolution of massive stars in our Galaxy.)
2015-2-SCI-029 P3 RSS (Spectroscopy of Kepler K2 White Dwarfs)
2015-1-MLT-002 P3 RSS (Observations of supernovae, near and far.)
2015-2-SCI-001 P3 HRS (Gravitational redshifts in planetary nebulae and spectra of dwarf tidal galaxies)

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