INAF queue observing, 2024 February 13 - February 14

Observer: Felice Cusano, Adriana Gargiulo, Simona Paiano
Support: Justin Rupert
Telescope operator : Josh Williams
Instrument: LBC, MODS

Summary

These observations have been performed in part in remote from Bologna by Felice Cusano and Adriana Gargiulo and in part by Justin Rupert with the support of LBT-Italia-obs remotely.

At sunset the sky is clear. At the beginning the SHARK-VIS starts observations, they operated until 04.00UT.
Then we switch to LBC, but we were not able to collimate and we used MODS up to the end of the night.

Night duration (12 degree - twilight) 02:00 - 13:00 UT = * 11h* * 00m*
Observing time: 6 h 50 min (62%)*
Weather time loss: 0 h 00 min (0%)*
Technical time loss: 2 h 10 min (20%)*
Shark-VIS time loss: 2 h 00 min (18%)*

Data Summary

Project_RUN Objects Instrument Configuration ExpTime /Time_tot Notes
Marchesi J1030 MODS1+2 dual grating 2h+2h mask=MaskID 552749 - 1048.1030z28, see=1" completed
Marchesi std star Feige34 MODS1+2 dual grating    
LaBarbera NGC4486 (M87) MODS1+2 dual grating 0.33h+0.33h seeing stable <=1" completed
LaBarbera std star Feige67 MODS1+2 dual grating    
LaBarbera std star GD153 MODS1+2 dual grating    
Vietri J1538 MODS1+2 red grating 0.37h+0.37h oscillating seeing
Vietri J1538 MODS1+2 blue-red grating 0.5h (blue) + 0.5h (red)  
Calibration flat+arc MODS1+2 dual grating   took the 20240212 UT see list
Calibration dark LUCI1+2 dual grating   took the 20240212 UT see list
Further details in the log by LBT-Italia at this link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1BB4OTU2V-CuDwF0jcEHofjZXxMeACJ5_/view?usp=sharing

and log by Justin Rupert: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1J_Bt9xjim3F1SyZRmmY2JACKWqyrL-qr/view?usp=sharing

Summary of MODS science files: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1rvQqmaMvqg6Cd5qdXHrLPV7OjiWqdZhP/view?usp=sharing

Summary of MODS calib files: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1zDHOAAV_JNar9pObeuftuclI38_8twPa/view?usp=sharing

Summary of LUCI calib files: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1mkJtN9bSmy8zzqzDsd_o5-0e9ZWrK0yE/view?usp=sharing

INAF queue observing, 2024 February 14 - February 15

Observer: Ester Marini, Felice Cusano, Adriana Gargiulo
Support: Justin Rupert
Telescope operator : Josh Williams
Instrument: LUCI

Summary

These observations have been performed in part by Justin Rupert with the support of LBT-Italia-obs remotely and in part in remote from Bologna by Felice Cusano and Adriana Gargiulo.

At sunset the sky is clear. We opened at 1:10UT. At the beginning the SHARK-VIS team starts observations, they operated until 04.00UT. After shark we observed mostly with LUCI1+AO.

Night duration (12 degree - twilight) 02:00 - 13:00 UT = * 11h* * 00m*
Observing time: 8 h 10 min (75%)*
Weather time loss: 0 h 00 min (7%)*
Technical time loss: 0 h 50 min (0%)*
Shark-VIS time loss: 2 h 00 min (18%)*

Data Summary

Project_RUN Objects Instrument Configuration ExpTime /Time_tot Notes
Vignali_29 J080312 LUCI1-AO N30-K 1.5h fwhm 0.09-0.1", we took 6 additional exposures due to variable seeing completed
Vignali_29 J095920 LUCI1-AO N30-K 1.8h seeing ~0.7" completed
Vignali_29 J102325 LUCI1-AO N30-K 1.4h completed
Smart 2MassJ1212 LUCI1-AO N30-Ks,H 0.1h completed
Smart ULASJ1250 LUCI1-AO N30-Ks,H 0.1h completed
Piconcelli BD302355 LUCI2 G210K   completed
Piconcelli J132334 LUCI2 G210K 0.25h only LUCI2 for problem @LUCI1, done half tot exp
Cals Flat LUCI1 K   for Vignali program
Cals Flat LUCI1 H   for Smart program
Cals flat+arc MODS1+2 dual, red   Marchesi, Ighina
Further details in the log by LBT-Italia at this link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1BR9bydkRo95q9FZDUxdCsbd29sYhwV7q/view?usp=sharing

and log from Justin Rupert: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1v8im1DBCTesvfvM0lVRIyDMChriHsZFu/view?usp=sharing

Summary of LUCI science files: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Qj9rJn5y6GbgyDzvQt4D6vnw4SJPzqjj/view?usp=sharing

Summary of LUCI calib files: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1j5sJs5o6Ll9IRnj53X58_gmPRg2afBNq/view?usp=sharing

Summary of MODS calib files: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1rmMBYtCbZ_bcX5IsgmFhQ5BjpEgKJd6Q/view?usp=sharing

INAF queue observing, 2024 February 15 - February 16

Observer: Ester Marini, Felice Cusano, Adriana Gargiulo
Support: Justin Rupert
Telescope operator : Josh Williams
Instrument: MODS, PEPSI

Summary

These observations have been performed in part by Justin Rupert with the support of LBT-Italia-obs remotely and in part in remote from Bologna by Felice Cusano and Adriana Gargiulo.

At sunset the sky is clear. We opened at 1:10UT. At the beginning the SHARK-VIS team starts observations, they operated until 03.00UT, they stop earlier for bad seeing.
We start with MODS and observe two targets for Biazzo, but for high seeing (>2") we switch to PEPSI at 05:54.

Night duration (12 degree - twilight) 02:00 - 13:00 UT = * 11h* * 00m*
Observing time: 9h 43min (79.3%)*
Weather time loss: 0 h 00 min (%)*
Technical time loss: 1 h 17min (11.7%)*
Shark-VIS time loss: 1h 00 min (9%)*

Data Summary

Project_RUN Objects Instrument Configuration ExpTime /Time_tot Notes
Biazzo ID77 MODS1-2 dual grating 1h/1.3h completed 1+1 exp more for bad seeing
Biazzo ID71 MODS1-2 dual grating 1h/2h completed double total exp for bad seeing
Bellazzini Gaia DR3 3802597128565139584 PEPSI D300/CD3-CD6 36min+36min S/N 101 (1st exp) and 114 (2nd exp) on CD3; 120 (1st exp) and 126 (2nd exp) on CD 6
Bellazzini Gaia DR3 758353308779172096 PEPSI D300/CD3-CD6 26min+26min try to halve the exp time because the S/N of the previous target were double than requested. S/N ~ 75 on CD3 and CD6
Bellazzini Gaia DR3 3786469869966389248 PEPSI D300/CD3-CD6 40min+40min S/N ~ 110 on CD3 and CD6
Bellazzini Gaia DR3 757340452411702784 PEPSI D300/CD3-CD6 40min+40min S/N ~ 110 on CD3 and CD6
Bellazzini Gaia DR3 3977532795798604032 PEPSI D300/CD3-CD6 40min+40min S/N ~ 115 on CD3 and CD6
Bellazzini Gaia DR3 3910516630077055872 PEPSI D300/CD3-CD6 50min+50min S/N ~ 120 on CD3 and CD6
Bellazzini Gaia DR3 4005409023335384832 PEPSI D300/CD3-CD6 40min+40min S/N ~ 115 on CD3 and ~130 on CD6
Bellazzini Gaia DR3 858619938780211328 PEPSI D300/CD3-CD6 10min+10min we did only 1 exp of 10+10 mins because of high background, but S/N~140
Calib   MODS1-2 dual,red    
Calib   LUCI1-2 darks    
Further details in the log by LBT-Italia at this link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Qfj8atkCfR-ocdpBnWzMlZ36wIrIwNaO/view?usp=sharing

and log from Justin Rupert: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1JVoWo_8IzkOPBXuezgSoeFv20Oy7g7Bc/view?usp=sharing

Summary of MODS science files: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1eMKtD6eSEMv0TMMIf1jayNhEpY7EurLZ/view?usp=sharing

Summary of MODS calib files: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1SZC3hlvr4kCbQS70w2uGvAzOs4EeiIeM/view?usp=sharing

Summary of LUCI calib files: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1XmpcvCfsDE0P2MZOJwfpZzWUlOEJ_D03/view?usp=sharing

INAF queue observing, 2024 February 16 - February 17

Observer: Andrea Rossi, Ester Marini
Support: Justin Rupert
Telescope operator : Josh Williams
Instrument: PEPSI

Summary

These observations have been performed in part by Justin Rupert with the support of LBT-Italia-obs remotely.

At sunset the sky is clear. At the beginning the SHARK-VIS team starts observations, they operated until 04.15UT. We start with PEPSI. At 5:20 UT we slew to Pino's transit until 8.00UT.
Forecasts predict clouds coverage increasing in the second part of the night.

Night duration (12 degree - twilight) 02:00 - 13:00 UT = * 11h* * 00m*
Observing time: 8h 25min (76.5%)*
Weather time loss: 0h 0min (0%)*
Technical time loss: 0h 15min (2.3%)*
Shark-VIS time loss: 2h 20min (21.2%)*

Data Summary

Project_RUN Objects Instrument Configuration ExpTime /Time_tot Notes
Bellazzini 858619938780211328 PEPSI CD36 20m+20m SNR~120,106
Pino 55Cnc PEPSI   2.5h +2.5h  
Bellazzini Gaia DR3 3974914308857260672 PEPSI D300/CD3-CD6 0.83hr S/N~120 on CD3 and CD6
Bellazzini Gaia DR3 3925283831448507264 PEPSI D300/CD3-CD6 0.6hr S/N~120 on CD3 and CD6
Bellazzini Gaia DR3 4033209315850237568 PEPSI D300/CD3-CD6 0.67hr S/N~115 and ~120 on CD3 and CD6
Bellazzini Gaia DR3 3899810346056048896 PEPSI D300/CD3-CD6 0.67hr S/N~120 on CD3 and CD6
Bellazzini Gaia DR3 3951060094855048960 PEPSI D300/CD3-CD6 0.83hr S/N~120 on CD3 and CD6
Bellazzini Gaia DR3 3627342843477970176 PEPSI D300/CD3-CD6 0.67hr S/N~115 and ~120 on CD3 and CD6
Bellazzini Gaia DR3 1679360873053906688 PEPSI D300/CD3-CD6 0.67hr S/N~110 and ~130 on CD3 and CD6
Bellazzini Gaia DR3 3678227657495925504 PEPSI D300/CD3-CD6 0.67hr S/N~110 on CD3 and CD6
Bellazzini Gaia DR3 1463095731963834240 PEPSI D300/CD3-CD6 0.83hr S/N~100 on CD3 and ~110 CD6
Bellazzini Gaia DR3 3943934434873329024 PEPSI D300/CD3-CD6 0.50hr S/N~120 on CD3 and 115 on CD6
Bellazzini Gaia DR3 1524761394932507648 PEPSI D300/CD3-CD6 0.61hr S/N~130 on CD3 and CD6
Bellazzini Gaia DR3 1463219701899803776 PEPSI D300/CD3-CD6 0.5hr S/N~130 on CD3 and CD6
Calib flat, arc MODS1-2      
Further details in the log by LBT-Italia at this link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/19xnUCzCTJzvUhgK3FhO0-j1BmgxNoZ0B/view?usp=sharing

and log from Justin Rupert: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1wfMgVQTdekGkPIUBF3393EcCgv30wFgE/view?usp=sharing

Summary of MODS calib files: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1hlkTXFmU52KC0C6GVaYO0YsICcGMdjvn/view?usp=sharing

INAF queue observing, 2024 February 17 - February 18

Observer: Felice Cusano, Simona Paiano
Support: Justin Rupert
Telescope operator : Josh Williams
Instrument: LUCI, MODS, PEPSI

Summary

These observations have been performed in part by Justin Rupert with the support of LBT-Italia-obs remotely.

At sunset the sky is clear. INAF starts the night, there will be no SHARK observations tonight. We start with LUCI1+AO, then we switch to MODS at 8:00 UT.

Night duration (12 degree - twilight) 02:00 - 13:00 UT = * 11h* * 00m*
Observing time: 9 h 15 min (84%)*
Weather time loss: 0 h 0min (%)*
Technical time loss: 1 h 45 min (16%)*
Shark-VIS time loss: 0 h 00 min (%)*

Data Summary

Project_RUN Objects Instrument Configuration ExpTime /Time_tot Notes
Mannucci DDT Perseus LUCI1+AO H, Ks 0.93h/0.93h completed
Mannucci DDT FS114 LUCI1 H, Ks 1.5min photometric standard
Vignali J0840 LUCI1+AO K 1.1h completed variable seeing in some exposures
Ighina HD82476 LUCI1-2 G200,zJspec   telluric
Ighina PSJ1011 LUCI1-2 G200,zJspec 1.1h+1.1h/1.1h+1.1h completed
Marchesi std star Feige34 MODS1+2 dual grating done some thin cirrus, seeing <1" , exct = 0.3 mag
Marchesi J1030 MODS1+2 dual grating 0.33h+0.33h mask=MaskID 520051 - 1049.1030z28, see=1-1.1", several passing cirrus and ext up to 0.5mag
Ighina PSJ1042 MODS1+2 red grating 1.4h+1.4h seeing < 1.1", some variable cirrus, ext =0.2-0.5 , an additional exposure to compensate for the loss of flux due to thin clouds
Ighina GD153 std star MODS1+2 red grating   seeing < 1.1", cirrus, ext =0.5
Bellazzini Gaia DR3 3638674960069505408 PEPSI D300/CD3-CD6 (20+20) min file not saved to repeat
Bellazzini Gaia DR3 3619793321763491200 PEPSI D300/CD3-CD6 (25+25) min file not saved to repeat
Calib flat LUCI1 K, Ks, H N30  
Further details in the log by LBT-Italia at this link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1eEdjPeJhT5BXR_OR7nNPmN4-do-okgiR/view?usp=sharing

and log from Justin Rupert: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1eqmC4iPYm_0Q6oSAwP_g9UtR_POssNEX/view?usp=sharing

Summary of LUCI science files: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1V39Uajxe-E_Zsr7CuBO2wqsjmq3FL4CG/view?usp=sharing

Summary of LUCI calib files: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1gNuXiF6aag9h5k5tLvyUlWDzrOewKBca/view?usp=sharing

Summary of MODS science files: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1KIznVhKPMpcdRFfDVfUlNQsa52Claty4/view?usp=sharing

INAF queue observing, 2024 February 18 - February 19

Observer: Andrea Rossi, Ester Marini
Support: Andrew Cardwell
Telescope operator : Josh Williams
Instrument: LUCI, MODS

Summary

These observations have been performed in part by Andrew Cardwell with the support of LBT-Italia-obs remotely. At sunset the sky is clear. SHARK-NIR starts the night, but seeing was bad so we start earlier than planned with LUCI, at 6:40 UT. We then switched to MODS at 10:43 UT.

Night duration (12 degree - twilight) 06:40 - 13:00 UT = * 6h* * 20m*
Observing time: 6h 15min (98.7%)*
Weather time loss: h min (0%)*
Technical time loss: 0h 5min (1.3%)*
Shark-VIS time loss: 0h 0min (0%)*

Data Summary
Project_RUN Objects Instrument Configuration ExpTime /Time_tot Notes
Maiorano GRB240218A LUCI1+2 JHKs imaging 3hr fwhm on images ~1", we took additional images due to very poor seeing in the first part of the integration
Telluric BD+302355 LUCI1+2 G210/K   for Piconcelli
Piconcelli J132334 LUCI1+2 G210/K 0.25hr seeing 0.8-1", done only half of the script since we did the other 1/2 during the 20240215 night, completed
STD BD+33 MODS1+2 red+blue grating   for Vietri
Vietri J1538 MODS1+2 red+blue grating 0.5hr+0.5hr seeing~1", completed
Ighina J1426 MODS1+2 red grating 0.5hr/2hr seeing~1", we did only 1/4 of the script due to high background counts approaching sunrise
Further details in the log by LBT-Italia at this link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1YsDk5QU67GteZSxtvaPfeChibmFhDXfN/view?usp=sharing

and log from Andrew Cardwell: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1FA7EJjdBYMsOs4OXOpORRcXPA0djLxQp/view?usp=sharing

Summary of LUCI science files: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1kYjR9wH0hKRhoTQH0pvs0ScICd0zsM8I/view?usp=sharing

Summary of LUCI calib files: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ha9nMnTwq0R2rS7EoAFdpNOSEAGItzQo/view?usp=sharing

Summary of MODS science files: https://drive.google.com/file/d/11kAdAc_8tddeGEONFKWDUhyZ0G9GwVfy/view?usp=sharing
Topic revision: r4 - 22 Feb 2024, FeliceCusano
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