Monday, June 13, 2016

Night Log 2016-06-12

SA: �ric
SO: Veronica
Others: Rudi, Richard


A long and productive night. We have been able to observe data for many different science programs. We have also observed one of the oldest star known in the solar vicinty with the Laser Frequency Comb. It' s great to see it up and running.

We have obtained data for:
2016-1-SCI-058 P1 HRS (Testing the theoretical prediction about the spin of the most massive stars in a binary system.)
2016-1-COM-006 P1 HRS (Laser Frequency Comb commissionning)
2016-1-SCI-017 P2 SCAM (Measuring pulsations in a white dwarf with a millisecond pulsar companion)
2016-1-SCI-005 P2 RSS (Spectra of dwarf and tidal dwarf galaxies)
2016-1-SCI-015 P2 RSS (Identifying new ultracompact binary star systems through their spectral characteristics)
2016-1-SCI-055 P3 SCAM (Studying the long-term behavior of classical novae after their eruptions)
2016-1-MLT-003 P3 RSS (x3) (Spectroscopic observations of bright RR Lyrae variables)
2016-1-SCI-049 P3 SCAM (x2) (Confirmation and redshift determination of galaxy clusters)
2016-1-SCI-025 P3 RSS (Spectral classification of rapidly pulsating stars)
2016-1-SCI-036 P3 HRS (Study of the evolution of massive stars in our Galaxy.)

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