Saturday, January 5, 2019

Night Log 2019-01-04

SA: Moses
SO: Veronica


The night started off with some thick cloud moving across the sky. Unfortunately this continued for most the night which limited the kinds of observations that could be done, even though the seeing was very good (~1"). The clouds got thinner towards the end of the night which allowed us to observe a few higher priority targets.

Science data taken for:
2018-2-SCI-016 P1 HRS (roAp binaries @dlhwp)
2018-2-SCI-033 P2 RSS ( Exploring helium stars - relics of stellar evolution and pointers to a turbulent history.)
2018-2-LSP-001 P2 RSS (Observing optical counterparts of transient objects)
2018-1-MLT-008 P3 RSS (Central stars of mid-infrared nebulae discovered with Spitzer and WISE)
2018-2-MLT-004 P3 HRS (Spectroscopic investigations of Cepheids and stars belonging to Galactic open clusters)
2018-2-SCI-026 P3 RSS (Spectroscopic identification of ultra compact binary candidates)
2018-2-SCI-005 P4 HRS (x2) (Spectroscopy of TESS targets)
2018-2-SCI-017 P4 RSS (Characterising pulsating stars @dlhwp)
2017-1-MLT-012 P4 HRS (Detailled study of CEMP stars identified in the RAVE survey)

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