during the evening and between clear sky periods of clouds i could observe only 2 Be-stars with BRIXIIS-II observatory (C11 + LHiResIII spectrograph): V442 And & lam Cyg
During a short period of clear sky, i could take 2 high resolution spectra with the LHiResIII: RR Lyr and V442 And.
several spectroscopioc observations are obtained with the C11 telescope and LHiResIII spectrograph: X Cyg, HD 22780, bet Psc and Alfirk
observation of comet 46P/WIRTANEN with remote telescope on Siding Spring observatory in Australia on 22 oct, by 95% moonlight on a distance of 35 degrees of the comet.
although there was high clouds and disturbing moonlight I did some spectroscopic observation until the clouds came and I had to stop my observations: spectra of X Cygni and Be-star 31-omicron Aquari were obtained during … Read more
some Be-stars are observed for the ARAS-group: Menkib, HD 23800 and HD 10516. Also X Cyg (not a Be-star)
as follow-up several periodic comets are observed: 29P, 37P, 64P, 78P, 131P, 137P, C/2010 U3 and C/ 2017 K2. for spectroscopic observations are spectra of X Cyg, omi Cas, V442 And and HD 203374 obtained … Read more
with my 0.4-m f/3.8 newton telescope i did some follow-up observations of the outburst of comet 29P/SCHWASSCHMANN-WACHMANN and some other faint comets: 37P, 64P, 78P, 131P, 137P, 198P (not detected) and 368P (not detected). Also … Read more
comet isn’t visible on the Northern hemisphere, that’s why i took a remote telescope from iTelesope.net in Siding Spring, Australia to observe comet 46P/WIRTANEN also for the ground based observing project of comet WIRTANEN
despites the cirrus clouds i did some spectroscopic observations of: X Cyg and Be-stars: nu Cyg and qr Vul.