data log https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1WjkW1ca7osdTCrVScRvMKy1XIuyTUfPU?usp=sharing

INAF queue observing, 2022 Nov 08 - Nov 09

Observer: Andrew Cardwell
Telescope Operator: Josh Williams
Astronomers from Italy: Felice Cusano and Andrea Rossi
Instrument: LUCI

Summary

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic situation these observations have been performed by LBTO personel
through the indications of LBT Italian observers connected from Italy.

At sunset the sky is clear, we open. Starting at 00:55 OSCO. We close at 05:14 because of strong wind guts. We give up the night at 12 UT.

Night duration (12 degree - twilight) 01:20 - 12:50 UT = * 11h* * 30m*
Observing time: 2h 10min (19%)*
Weather time loss: 8h 10min (71%)*
Technical time loss: 1h 10min (10%)*

Data Summary

Project_RUN Objects Instrument Configuration ExpTime /Time_tot Images Notes
Grazian_19 SDSSJ2342 LUCI1-2 G210-K 1.1h/1h    
Grazian_19 SDSSJ2342 LUCI1-2 G210-H 0.8h/1h   observations stopped for high wind
Telluric HIP115618 LUCI1-2 G210-K      
Telluric HIP7202 LUCI1-2 G210-H     different telluric for high wind during K band obs
Detailed log by Andrew at this link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1RGI23wGPZida4Ujmm60mIwomwSwSB-Wf/view?usp=share_link

-- EsterMarini - 09 Nov 2022

INAF queue observing, 2022 Nov 09 - Nov 10

Observer: Andrew Cardwell
Telescope Operator: Josh Williams
Astronomers from Italy: Ester Marini and Felice Cusano
Instrument:

Summary

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic situation these observations have been performed by LBTO personel
through the indications of LBT Italian observers connected from Italy.

At sunset the wind is ~28m/s, we stay closed.

Night duration (12 degree - twilight) 01:20 - 12:50 UT = * 11h* * 30m*
Observing time: 0h 0min (0%)*
Weather time loss: 11h 30min (100%)*
Technical time loss: 0h 00min (00%)*

Data Summary

Project_RUN Objects Instrument Configuration ExpTime /Time_tot Images Notes
Calibration           see log
Detailed log by Andrew at this link:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1UcD9kf_P4KfrEwsMO60eJlz7No_HwRgv/view?usp=sharing

-- AndreaRossi - 11 Nov 2022

INAF queue observing, 2022 Nov 10 - Nov 11

Observer: Andrew Cardwell
Telescope Operator: Josh Williams
Astronomers from Italy: Andrea Rossi and Simona Paiano
Instrument: LUCI

Summary

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic situation these observations have been performed by LBTO personel
through the indications of LBT Italian observers connected from Italy.

At sunset humidity is 80% dropping from 100%. We open at 55% at 00:45 and sky is clear.

Night duration (12 degree - twilight) 01:20 - 12:50 UT = * 11h* * 30m*
Observing time: 09 h 30 min (83%)*
Weather time loss: 00 h 00 min (0%)*
Technical time loss: 02 h 00 min (17%)*

Data Summary

Project_RUN Objects Instrument Configuration ExpTime /Time_tot Images Notes
Calibration           see log
Caratti DDT Mol 77 LUCI1 AO ima: Ks,H2,J 0.1h+0.5h+0.1h   We stop at 10images of J band, H band TBD
STD GSPC P576-F LUCI1       for Caratti
Rossi DDT GRB 221009A LUCI1+2 H+K imaging 0.1 hr    
STD HIP952 LUCI1+2 K G210     for Grazian 19
Grazian 19 SDSSJ0029 LUCI1+2 K G210 3/2.5h   30min more for jumping seeing
STD HIP952 LUCI1+2 H G210     for Grazian 19
Grazian 19 SDSSJ0029 LUCI1+2 H G210 1h+1h luci1.20221111.[0152-0163] , luci2.20221111.[0092-0193] seeing~0.8-0.9"
Telluric Tozzi HIP13917 LUCI1+2 K G210     for Tozzi
Telluric Grazian HIP39929 LUCI1+2 K G210      
Grazian_19 SDSSJ0918+5104 LUCI1+2 K G210 2.5+2.5 luci1.20221111.[0189-0218] , luci2.20221111.[0129-0158] seeing ~ 1", (0.5+0.5hrs after morning twilight)
Detailed log by Andrew at this link:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1a3NnSKwrTcHhpWb1yO6esGz-wEl7hm-C/view?usp=share_link

-- EsterMarini - 11 Nov 2022

INAF queue observing, 2022 Nov 11 - Nov 12

Observer: Andrew Cardwell
Telescope Operator: Josh Williams
Astronomers from Italy: Ester Marini and Felice Cusano
Instrument: LUCI and PEPSI

Summary

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic situation these observations have been performed by LBTO personel
through the indications of LBT Italian observers connected from Italy.

At sunset the sky is partly cloudy and satellite shows that more clouds are coming. We open at 00:28UT.

Night duration (12 degree - twilight) 01:20 - 12:50 UT = * 11h* * 30m*
Observing time: 5 h 40 min (50%)*
Weather time loss: 3 h 50 min (33%)*
Technical time loss: 2 h 00 min (17%)*

Data Summary

Project_RUN Objects Instrument Configuration ExpTime /Time_tot Images Notes
Calib           see log
Rossi DDT GRB221009A LUCI1+2 KK imaging 0.33h/0.33h   IQ~0.5"
Marini Hen1-5(IRAS 20097+2010) PEPSI-PFU CD3-6 0.33h/0.1h   S/N~97 on CD6, ~60 on CD3. we increased the exp time from 3 to 10 due to clouds, but S/N still under requirement
Bellazzini Gaia DR3 2633862890108653696 PEPSI-PFU CD3-6     S/N~100 on CD6, ~80 on CD3 in the first exposure. We did 2x30min due to clouds.
Bellazzini Gaia DR3 1920638357490522752 PEPSI-PFU CD3-6     S/N~100 on CD6 and ~85 on CD3 on the first exposure
Bellazzini Gaia DR3 2547150425277019008 PEPSI-PFU CD3-6     S/N ~90 on CD 6 and ~75 on CD3 on the first exposure
Bellazzini Gaia DR3 2540596442621813760 PEPSI-PFU CD3-6     S/N
Tozzi_DDT lens LUCI1-2 G210-K 0.83h/2h   only 5 exp done, then close for humidiy, no telluric observed, but the point source in the slit can be use as a reference
Detailed log by Andrew at this link:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Ar_7Zt3OTMYslGQ3P2qsmDBXm1hhtJYG/view?usp=sharing
Topic revision: r3 - 24 Nov 2022, FeliceCusano
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