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TELESCOPE:   SOAR
SEMESTER:    2018B
CODE:        0095
PI:          J. Allyn Smith
TITLE:       Targeted Samples of the Hot Stellar Content in the Southern Sky
STARTDATE:   2019-01-25
ENDDATE:     2019-01-27
SUBMIT:      2018-12-12.19:12:24
OBSERVER:    J. Allyn Smith, Sahar Allam, Douglas Tucker
OBSERVEREM:  smithj@apsu.edu,sallam@fnal.gov,dtucker@fnal.gov
INSTITUTION: NOAO
INSTRUMENT:  Goodman HTS
STARTDATE:   2019-01-25
CAMERA:      Blue Camera
GRATINGS:    400lines/mm ("SYZY_400")
FILTERS:     None
OBJFILE:     
FINDFILE:
FINDURL: http://data.darkenergysurvey.org/public_calib/DESCalibObsRuns/SOAR-Jan2019/Targets/Targets.html
INSTRUCT.BOT We request the Blue camera and the WD_400 grating configuration for our program. In detail, this is the setup we request: --------------------------------------------------- Camera: Blue CCD ROI Mode: Spectroscopic, 2x2 CCD Read: 200kHz ATTN 2 Mask: 1-arcsec slit Grating: 400lines/mm ("SYZY_400") Set Mode: 400_WD (400lines/mm, set for c. 3500A-7500A, and scattered light feature moved to c. 3600A) --------------------------------------------------- The target lists and finding charts can be found here: http://data.darkenergysurvey.org/public_calib/DESCalibObsRuns/SOAR-Jan2019/Targets/Targets.html Both the target lists and the finding charts will likely be updated in the days before the start of the run. One observer (J. Allyn Smith) will be physically present at the telecope. A small group of us will also be joining in remotely from Fermilab. Since this program uses an almost identical setup as for our gravitational wave optical counterpart target-of-opportunity follow-up program (PI: Marcelle Soares-Santos), we will take the opportunity during this run to train some observers remotely from Fermilab for the gravitational wave follow-up program. INSTRUCT.EOT Goodman_HTS.EOT