INAF queue observing, 2022 Apr 02 - Apr 03

Observer: A. Cardwell
Telescope Operator: S. Allanson
Astronomers from Italy: Simona Paiano, Ester Marini, Andrea Rossi
Instrument: MODS, LBC

Summary

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.

Night duration (12 degree - twilight) 02:35 - 12:10 UT = 9 h 35 m
Observing time: 9h 25min (98%)*
Weather time loss: 0h 0min (0%)*
Technical time loss: 0h 10min (2%)*

At the sunset the sky is clear.
Starting with MODS seeing 1" at 02:09 UT.

Data Summary

Project_RUN Objects Instrument Configuration ExpTime /Time_tot Images Notes
CALIBRATION BIAS LBC1-2 BIAS      
CALIBRATION FLAT MODS1-2 slitflat red grating 5arcsec     for Saracco
CALIBRATION FLAT MODS1-2 slitless red grating     for Saracco
CALIBRATION ARCS MODS1-2 arcs red grating     for Saracco
Standard Feige34 MODS1-2 red grating, dual grating     for Saracco, seeing ~1"
Saracco RDCS0910 MODS1-2 red grating 6.5/11h mods[1-2]r.20220403.0026-0038 seeing 0.7"- exp11,12: ~0.5mag extinction, took 1 more
Bellazzini G759379595509109632 PEPSI1-2 CD3-6 25/15min each side   SNR 165 on CD6; cirrus
Bellazzini G1580291233258597888 PEPSI1-2 CD3-6 30/15min each side   SNR 152 on CD6; cirrus
Bellazzini G1565515721127340928 PEPSI1-2 CD3-6 20/15min each side   SNR 142 on CD6; thin clouds
Bellazzini G1677649895521907200 PEPSI1-2 CD3-6 20/15min each side   SNR 94 on CD6; thin clouds
Bellazzini G1156158780372565120 PEPSI1-2 CD3-6 40/15min each side   SNR 131 on CD6; thin clouds
Bellazzini G4453220730438373504 PEPSI1-2 CD3-6 40/15min each side   SNR 150 on CD6; thin clouds
Rainer Kepler-14 PEPSI1-2 CD1-4 20/7min each side   SNR 160 on CD5; clouds
Rainer Kepler-14 PEPSI1-2 CD2-5 25/7min each side   SNR 240; thin clouds
Rainer Kepler-14 PEPSI1-2 CD3-6 25/7min each side   SNR~120 clouds
CALIBRATION FLAT MODS1-2 MOS flat red grating     for Saracco
CALIBRATION   PEPSI1-2        
CALIBRATION BIAS MODS1-2 3x3,8x3      
Detailed log by Andrew Cardwell at this link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Ne2ufXcSUvasQzUaAJ6-8DJ9rghJT2Ou/view?usp=sharing

INAF queue observing, 2022 Apr 03 - Apr 04

Observer: A. Cardwell
Telescope Operator: S. Allanson
Astronomers from Italy: Andrea Rossi, Simona Paiano (Ester Marini)
Instrument: LBC

Summary

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.

Night duration (12 degree - twilight) 02:35 - 12:10 UT = 9 h 35 m
Observing time: 09 h 35 min (100%)*
Weather time loss: 00 h 00 min (0%)*
Technical time loss: 00 h 00 min (0%)*

At the sunset the sky is clear.
Starting with LBC.

Data Summary

Project_RUN Objects Instrument Configuration ExpTime /Time_tot Images Notes
CALIBRATION SKYFLATS LBC1-2 g,r PA0     first g-flat is wrong, see log,
CALIBRATION SKYFLATS LBC1-2 g,r PA180      
Giunta 2010_XB11 LBC1-2 griz 0.16h+0.16h   DIMM~0.8"
Giunta Atira LBC1-2 griz 0.06+0.06h   DIMM~1"
Rossi GRB 220403B LBC1-2 griz 0.3+0.3h   DIMM~1.2"
Nardiello NGC5053 LBC1-2 UVBI B+I->0.75h+0.75h, U+V=1.70h+1.70h   FWHM~1"; ~1.2" in U; see log for some bad images (more detailed) and Notes at the end of this page
Vito J1641+3755 LBC1-2 r-z 1.5h+1.5h   FWHM ~ 1" both sides (some fluctuations up to 1.2"), one bad image (see log and Notes section at the end of this page for more detailed)
Giunta 2018-JB3 LBC1-2 griz     FWHM ~ 1.2” in blue, 1” in red
CALIBRATION SKYFLATS LBC1-2 r,z PA0     lbcb.20220404.122214 is scrambled. At least 5 good flats!
CALIBRATION SKYFLATS LBC1-2 r,z PA180     3 good flats
Detailed log by Andrew Cardwell at this link:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Xt8KziZTy3nfux9Lel-tLFP0OKrez-or/view?usp=sharing

INAF queue observing, 2022 Apr 04 - Apr 05

Observer: A. Cardwell
Telescope Operator: S. Allanson
Astronomers from Italy: Felice Cusano, Simona Paiano (Ester Marini)
Instrument: LBC

Summary

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.
Starting with LBC.

Night duration (12 degree - twilight) 02:35 - 12:10 UT = 9 h 35 m
Observing time: 9h 35min (100%)*
Weather time loss: 0h 0min (0%)*
Technical time loss: 0h 0min (0%)*

Data Summary

Project_RUN Objects Instrument Configuration ExpTime /Time_tot Images Notes
Calibration flat LBC-B, LBC-R r+i     r+i good flat
Giunta 2006WE4 LBC-Bino griz 0.17h+0.17h    
Rossi GRB180618A LBC-Bino r+z 0.7h+7h   DIMM~1.3",fwhm~1.1"
Nardiello NGC5053 LBC-Bino B+I 0.5h+0.5h   fwhm~0.7-1.1" , see Notes at the end of this page
Nardiello NGC5053 LBC-Bino V+U 1.14h+1.14h   fwhm~1" , see Notes at the end of this page
Rossi AT2022cmc LBC-Bino Ugriz 0.36h+0.30h   FWHM Seeing = 1.2-0.85” in U_spec, 0.95-0.9”-0.75 in r, 0.8” in z, 0.9-0.8” in g, 0.65” in i.
Vito J1641+3755 LBC-Bino g+i 1.5h + 1.5h   Seeing~1" except for the last 25 exposures (from lbcr.20220405.095951.fits - lbcb.20220405.095816.fits ) for which the seeing was not optimal (around 1.1 but variable up to 1.6),
Rossi GRB220219B LBC-Bino r+i 0.14h + 0.14h   FWHM~1"
Rossi GRB220219B LBC-Bino g+z 0.14h + 0.14h   FWHM~1"
Giunta Search_morning(1-2-3-1) LBC-Bino griz 0.11h + 0.11   1.2” in g, 1” in i
CALIBRATION SKYFLATS LBC-Bino B_Bess + z at PA=0     Some clouds - 4 good flats
CALIBRATION SKYFLATS LBC-Bino B_Bess + z at PA=180     Some clouds
CALIBRATION SKYFLATS LBC-Bino B_Bess + z at PA=0     Some clouds
Detailed log by Andrew Cardwell at this link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1SLJBE3mDWD1A8tqL9U5ivu5l1RqfLEnq/view?usp=sharing
Topic revision: r1 - 06 Apr 2022, FeliceCusano
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