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Night Log 2020-09-29

30 Sep 2020, 05:50 UTC
Night Log 2020-09-29
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SA: Rosalind
SO: Veronica
Others: Encarni, Keith, Moses for twilight tests

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Summary
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A good clear, bright night of observing. The seeing was good and stable for the latter half of the night. We observed 15 blocks with a mix of priorities.

Science data taken for:
2018-2-LSP-001 P0 HRS (Observing optical counterparts of transient objects)
2018-2-MLT-005 P2 RSS (Probing the winds from massive binary star supernova progenitors)
2018-1-MLT-005 P2 HRS (HRS observations of symbiotic stars)
2020-1-MLT-002 P2 HRS (HRS study of long-period eclipsing binaries)
2020-1-SCI-013 P2 RSS (x3) (Finding young stars and their planets)
2018-1-SCI-041 P2 RSS (Confirmation and redshift determination of galaxy clusters.)
2020-1-MLT-007 P3 RSS (Observations of supernovae, near and far. @_sublunar_)
2020-1-MLT-008 P3 RSS (x2) (Obtaining redshifts for G4Jy sources - the brightest radio galaxies in the southern sky)
2019-2-MLT-004 P3 RSS (Monitoring the line emission in Southern Galactic Be/X-ray binaries)
2020-1-SCI-021 P3 HRS (x2) (Constraining stellar parameters of Galactic and SMC massive binaries)
2020-1-SCI-023 P3 HRS (Probing the binarity of a sample of galactic proto-planetary nebulae)

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