Saturday, June 25, 2016

Night Log 2016-06-24

SA: Marissa
SO: Veronica
Others: Ros (in training), Enrico


Cloudy the first two thirds of the night and clear but windy the rest. Amidst dodgy weather and technical issues, we still managed to take data for:

2016-1-MLT-010 P0 RSS (x2) (Follow up observations of transient sources)
2016-1-SCI-039 P1 RSS (Observing unusual binaries containing a massive blue star and a hydrogen burning white dwarf)
2016-1-SCI-058 P1 HRS (Testing the theoretical prediction about the spin of the most massive stars in a binary system.)
2016-1-SCI-034 P1 RSS (Line profile variations in PKS 2135-14)
2016-1-SCI-003 P1 RSS (x2) (We are measuring radial velocities of a X-ray binary to measure its orbit.)
2016-1-SCI-045 P3 HRS (Chemical analysis of very evolved helium-rich stars )
2016-1-MLT-001 P3 RSS (x4) (Kinematics of Bulge Miras)
2016-1-SCI-055 P3 SCAM (Studying the long-term behavior of classical novae after their eruptions)
2016-1-SCI-036 P3 HRS (Study of the evolution of massive stars in our Galaxy.)
2016-1-SCI-006 P4 HRS (Probing winds from the center of the Milky Way (@astrocrawford))
2016-1-MLT-003 P4 RSS (x3) (Spectroscopic observations of bright RR Lyrae variables)
2016-1-SCI-052 P4 RSS (Stars with close-in planets: are the planets losing mass? Do they stimulate stellar flares?)

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