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TNG Allocations - Period February 1, 2014 to August 31, 2014

Below are listed the time allocations for semester 2014A (February 1 - August 31, 2014) and INAF-TAC semester AOT29 (March 1 - August 31, 2014). See the schedule of the period

 

 

INAF TAC

Programme PI Title Instrument Allocation
(hours)
A29TAC_1 G. Tosti Unveiling the nature of unidentified (gamma)-ray sources with TNG optical spectroscopic observationsDOLORES 23
A29TAC_2 M. Mapelli The environment of the ultraluminous X-ray sources in the interacting galaxy pair NGC 4490/NGC 4485DOLORES 2
A29TAC_4 G. Rodeghiero Does the magnetic field follow gas flows? Imaging linear polarimetry of interacting spiral galaxiesDOLORES 9
A29TAC_7 E. Pancino Ground-based observations for Gaia's calibrations: Refining the Grid of Spectro-Photometric Standard Stars.DOLORES 20
A29TAC_9 V. Lorenzi ToO: Stellar occultations by Dwarf Planets, the largest trans-Neptunian objectsDOLORES 4
A29TAC_11 S. Antoniucci EXORCISM - A systematic monitoring of EXor sources.DOLORES/NICS 4
A29TAC_12 E. Dotto Spectroscopic investigation of fourteen Potentially Hazardous AsteroidsDOLORES 12
A29TAC_16 L.A. Buchhave The transition from gaseous to rocky exoplanetsHARPS-N 69
A29TAC_20 E. Kankare Studies of peculiar supernovae with NOT and TNG - near-IR monitoringNICS 12
A29TAC_21 S. Covino Polarimetric monitoring of MAGIC blazarsDOLORES 12
A29TAC_24 G. Cupani Reference QSO spectra for precision cosmology: accurate flux calibration of echelle observationsDOLORES 10
A29TAC_28 S. Ortolani Towards a complete study of globular clusters from photometry and proper motions in the galactic bulgeDOLORES/NICS 10
A29TAC_30 J. Telting Planetary companions to sdB starsHARPS-N 9
Confirmed Large Programmes:
A26TAC_8 N. Masetti The nature of hard X-ray sources through optical spectroscopyDOLORES 20
A26TAC_46 E.S. Walker Stellar Death and Beyond: Studies of Supernovae with TNGDOLORES/NICS/HARPS-N 72
GAPS A. Sozzetti Characterizing the Global Architectures of Planetary SystemsHARPS-N 360
A26TAC_63 P. D'Avanzo Exploring the Universe with Gamma-Ray Burst AfterglowsDOLORES/NICS 36

 

 

Spanish CAT

Programme PI Title Instrument Allocation
(nights)
CAT14A_41 I. Ribas Canudas High-precision radial velocity survey to detect low-mass planets around M-type stars HARPS-N 5
CAT14A_43 P. Amado González Cool tiny beats III: Small planets, activity and pulsation in M dwarfs HARPS-N 4
CAT14A_57 V. Lorenzi Building Blocks of the Terrestrial Planets: Mineralogy of Hungaria Asteroids NICS 2
CAT14A_62 S. Hoyer Miranda Planets beyond the ice line, eccentric planets and long period companions to transiting planets HARPS-N 2
CAT14A_83 R. Rebolo López Searching for Earth-mass planets in solar-type stars with both HARPS-N HARPS-N 7
CAT14A_114 J. Gorosabel Urkia Sub-proposal III: Exploiting the TNG capabilities to detect the most distant objects of the Universe DOLORES/NICS 4 hr
CAT14A_128 M.C. Gálvez Ortiz Confirming emerging rocky planets from the Keck Planet Search HARPS-N 1
CAT14A_154 J.A. Acosta Pulido NIR polarimetry follow-up during of a blazar high-energy flare NICS 7.8 hr
CAT14A_164 B. Gauza Wide very low-mass binaries and multiple systems in the VISTA Hemisphere Survey NICS 1
CAT13B_145 E. Villaver TAPAS: Tracking Advanced PlAnetary Systems with HARPS-N HARPS-N 5

 

 

OPTICON

Programme PI Title Instrument Allocation
(nights)
OPT14A_14M. KonackiThe radial velocity survey for circumbinary extrasolar planets HARPS-N6
OPT14A_19C. Inserra''Super-bright'' optical transients : giant supernovae in dwarf galaxies DOLORES1
OPT14A_34G. HébrardHARPS-N and SOPHIE joint studies of transiting exoplanets - Part IV (continued)HARPS-N1

 

 

CCI ITP

Programme PI Title Instrument Allocation
(nights)
ITP13_8 J.A. Rubiño Martín The Planck SZ Galaxy clusters: building a reference sample for Cosmology DOLORES+MOS 6