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Observing Programs at Keck Observatory with DEIMOS on May 7 and 8 2013 for Prochaska + Associates

This page gives an observing plan for May 7 and 8, 2013, along with a link to the main program, NeVIII.

Link to Object Observability plot with parallactic angle: obschart

Here is the current observing plan:

18 degree Twilight is at 06:05 UT; 10:45 LST) in the evening, and then begins at 14:30 (19:10 LST) in the morning.

Night 1

10h15m: If time, The Ear or Grapes with longslit for Tripp. See Lick wiki for coords.

10h30m: Twilight Standard Star with Longslit

10h38m: MIRA

10h45m: PG1206_may_early (2 x 1800 s; 660s acquisition)

11h56m: MIRA

12h01m: PG1407_may_early (2 x 1800s; 660s acquisition)

13h12m: MIRA

13h17m: PG1407_may_mid (4 x 1800s; 660s acquisition)

15h28m: PG1407_may_late (2 x 1800s; 660s acquisition)

16h39m: MIRA

16h44m: PG1630_may_mid2 (4 x 1800s; 660s acquisition)

18h55m: Twilight; Standard Star

Consider Longslit of COS-Halos: J1553+3548 : sdssfinder

Night 2

Consider trying the ear/grapes early on instead of Twilight standard. 900s exposure for z confirmation.

10h30m: Twilight Standard Star with Longslit

10h38m: MIRA

10h45m: PG1206_may_early (finish...2 x 1800 s; 660s acquisition)

11h56m: MIRA

12h01m: PG1407_may_early (finish...2 x 1800s; 660s acquisition)

13h12m: MIRA

13h17m: PG1407_may_mid2 (4 x 1800s; 660s acquisition)

15h27m: MIRA

15h32m: PG1407_may_late (finishing...2 x 1800s; 660s acquisition)

16h43m: MIRA

16h48m: PG1630_may_late (4 x 1800s; 660s acquisition)

18h59m: Twilight Standard, etc.

Notes on Making Calibrations go faster (via Greg Wirth):

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