INAF queue observing, 2022 May 30 - May 31

Observer: D. Thompson
Telescope Operator: J. Williamns
Astronomers from Italy: Andrea Rossi, Felice Cusano, Ester Marini
Instrument: LBC


Due to the Covid-19 pandemic situation these observations have been performed by LBTO personel
through the indications of LBT Italian observers (F. Cusano, A. Rossi, S. Paiano and E. Marini) connected from Italy.

At the sunset the sky is clear. We start with LBC

Night duration (12 degree - twilight) 03:20 - 11:10 UT = 7 h 50 m
Observing time: 7h 35min (97%)*
Weather time loss: 0h 0min (%)*
Technical time loss: 0h 15min (3%)*

Data Summary

Project_RUN Objects Instrument Configuration ExpTime /Time_tot Images Notes
CALIBRATIONS SKY FLATS LBCs B_bessel, i-sloan     B ok, i needs other PA=180
Palazzi SLSN2020abjc LBCs g,i 0.1h+0.1h   first images i-band have CCD issue
Nardiello NGC5466 LBCs B, I 0.25h+0.25h   half I band images bad, small jump in B 044216 I 044207
Cadelano NGC6205 LBCs V, I 2h+2h   seeing ~ 0.6-1", see note 1
STD BD+28 4211 MODS1-2 dual grating     for Paiano
Paiano 4FGLJ2105.9+7508 MODS1-2 dual grating 1h+1h mods1-2b.20220531.0006-0011; mods1-2r.20220531.0011-0016; seeing~0.7-1"
Paiano 4FGLJ2105.9+7508 MODS1-2 red ima_r 0.08h+0.08h mods1-2r.20220531.0017-0018; seeing~0.7-0.8"
Paiano 4FGLJ2105.9+7508 MODS1-2 red ima_i 0.08h+0.08h mods1-2r.20220531.0019-0020; seeing ~ 0.8"

Detailed log by A.Rossi, E. Marini, F. Cusano and D. Thompson at this link:


1- lbcb.20220531.073755 - maybe a small jump during the exp. We stopped VI_3 at 20/36 due to seeing on the blue 1.1” and elongated image on the red. We took the remaining VI_3 images after VI_4 script, with a modified one by Dave that contains 5 dithers of the original 9.
Topic revision: r9 - 01 Jun 2022, EsterMarini
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