Friday, September 30, 2016

Night Log 2016-09-29

SA: Marissa
SO: Veronica
Others: Enrico


Cloudy night with good seeing. Almost 2 hours lost due to technical difficulties and 2 hours lost due to cloud. Made productive use of our on-sky time given the conditions.

Data taken for:

2015-1-MLT-004 P0 RSS (Deriving the mass of the black holes in the core of active galaxies @romeroencarni1 @sand_dave)
2016-1-MLT-010 P0 RSS (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-060 P1 RSS (Connecting timescales of star formation and AGN activity in galaxies)
2016-1-SCI-051 P3 RSS (Monitoring the X-ray bright sgB[e] stars in Magellanic Clouds cc. @astro_Liz)
2016-1-MLT-001 P3 RSS (x2) (Kinematics of Bulge Miras)
2016-1-MLT-003 P4 RSS (x2) (Spectroscopic observations of bright RR Lyrae variables)
2016-1-SCI-057 P4 SCAM (x2) (Studying the long-term behavior of classical novae after their eruptions)
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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