Home » News & Blogs » Night Log 2020-09-27
Bookmark and Share
SALT Astronomy

Night Log 2020-09-27

28 Sep 2020, 05:50 UTC
Night Log 2020-09-27
(200 words excerpt, click title or image to see full post)

SA: Lee
SO: Veronica


An excellent night of weather with mostly very good seeing. We even hit 0.7" at one point! Despite being bright time, we managed to observe several high priority blocks and 15 blocks in total.

Science data taken for:
2018-1-SCI-012 P0 RSS (Studying the spectral evolution of a blended gravitational microlensing event in the Milky Way)
2018-1-MLT-005 P1 HRS (HRS observations of symbiotic stars)
2020-1-SCI-013 P2 RSS (x2) (Finding young stars and their planets)
2018-2-LSP-001 P2 RSS (x2) (Observing optical counterparts of transient objects)
2019-2-MLT-004 P3 HRS (Monitoring the line emission in Southern Galactic Be/X-ray binaries)
2020-1-MLT-008 P3 RSS (x3) (Obtaining redshifts for G4Jy sources - the brightest radio galaxies in the southern sky)
2020-1-SCI-023 P3 HRS (Probing the binarity of a sample of galactic proto-planetary nebulae)
2019-2-SCI-006 P3 HRS (Investigating the multiplicity of WR stars)
2020-1-MLT-007 P3 RSS (Observations of supernovae, near and far. @_sublunar_)
2020-1-SCI-021 P3 HRS (x2) (Constraining stellar parameters of Galactic and SMC massive binaries)


Latest Vodcast

Latest Podcast

Advertise PTTU

NASA Picture of the Day

Astronomy Picture of the Day