it is a clear night with some high clouds. i decided to observe some Be-stars which are more faint and where i didn’t have any spectrum: HD 199218, HD 193182, HD 192445.
a clear (cold) night and very low humidity in the air, excellent conditions for observing. spectroscopic observations are obtained from the C11 with LHiResIII spectrograph: RR Lyr, V764 Cas, HD 206773, VV Cep.
during this evening i did some spectroscopic observations with the LHiResIII spectrograph: HD 203699, pi Aqr and HD 206773 which i must interrupt due clouds which are coming in .
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.
during the evening of 10 oct. several comets are observed and also spectroscopic observations: comet which are observed are: 37P, 64P, 66P (not detected), 78P, 131P, 137P. as spectroscopic observations are X Cyg, RR Lyr, … Read more
with a remote telescope from Siding Spring, Australia, i took a follow-up image of comet 46P/WIRTANEN.
With LHiResIII and 2400 l/mm grating, several high resolution spectroscopic are obtained in the night of 5/6 oct. observations of Be-stars: 5-kappa Draconis, 6 Cep, 60 Cyg, HD 206773 and a variable star: X Cyg.
During the night of 4/5 oct. several stars are observed with the LHiResIII spectrograph and C11. Be stars: 25 Peg, 28 Cyg, qr Vul and variable star X Cyg.
After a first attempt with the LHiResII spectrograph i did again several spectroscopic observations of Be stars: 14 Lac, 28 Cygni and variable star X Cygni. The slit was set on 19 µm and a … Read more