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Night Log 2020-05-17

18 May 2020, 05:50 UTC
Night Log 2020-05-17
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SA: Rosalind
SO: Thea
Others:

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Summary
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A night with clouds at times but consistently good seeing, resulting in a mix of different priority blocks. Thanks for a good first week of remote observing everyone!

Science data taken for:
2018-2-LSP-001 P0 RSS (Observing optical counterparts of transient objects)
2020-1-SCI-001 P1 RSS (Measuring the properites of giant stars in close binaries that may eventually merge and explode.)
2020-1-MLT-006 P1 RSS (x2) (Measuring the rotation speed of the most massive, giant super spirals)
2020-1-SCI-011 P1 RSS (Probing the quasar outflows.)
2018-2-MLT-005 P1 RSS (Probing the winds from massive binary star supernova progenitors)
2020-1-SCI-032 P2 HRS (Global parameters of massive stars)
2019-1-MLT-003 P2 RSS (A SALT survey of chemically-peculiar hot subdwarfs.)
2019-1-MLT-008 P2 HRS (HRS monitoring of yellow symbiotic systems)
2020-1-MLT-002 P2 HRS (HRS study of long-period eclipsing binaries)
2018-1-MLT-002 P2 RSS (Longterm observations of a Be XRB)
2019-2-SCI-006 P3 HRS (Investigating the multiplicity of WR stars)
2020-1-SCI-023 P3 HRS (Probing the binarity of a sample of galactic proto-planetary nebulae)

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