COO/Palomar Observatory

Cover Sheet - Semester 2018A

Oschin Telescope


Instructions: Fill in the required information. When finished, save the form on your computer as a pdf document to be merged with the discussion section of your proposal.
Principal Investigator -

E-mail - Office phone -


Program Title

Abstract of Program Abstract must fit within the space provided. Unformatted text only

Note: The summary may be used for Educational Outreach purposes.

Status Priority Linked to Keck
Linked to 200-in Linked to 60-inch Thesis Project¹
Date-Specific¹ New/Continuing Project²
¹Provide full details in the discussion section. Down-load the DS Supplement, fill in the required information and include it as an addendum to your proposal.
²For a new project, include in the discussion section an estimate of the total observing time needed for completion. For a continuation of an existing project, give a review of its status and an estimate of the observing time needed for completion.

Collaborators (Names and e-mail addresses)


Oschin Telescope Telescope Request

The Oschin Telescope is operated as a service-observing instrument, with individual observations obtained according to scheduling queues establshed by the telescope manager to achieve maximum efficiency. Principal Investigators are not at the telescope during observing.
Notes:
  1. The Oschin Telescope is used for direct imaging.
  2. In the spaces below, enter the on-target observing time, in hours, requested. Do not include target acquisition time, time for calibrations or other overhead functions.
  3. As a rough guide, 4.5 hours of on-target observing time is equivalent to one night.
Lunation
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01 Feb - 23 Feb 24 Feb - 24 Mar 25 Mar - 22 Apr 23 Apr - 21 May 22 May - 20 Jun 21 Jun - 21 Jul 22 Jul - 31 Jul
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Semester 2018A Palomar Cover Sheet Oschin Telescope
Last updated: 31 July 2017 - RJB/AFB