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TNG Allocations - Period AOT37/2018A

Below are listed the time allocations for semester AOT37/2018A (April 1 - September 30, 2018). The corresponding schedule will be published soon.

INAF TAC

Programme PI Title Instrument Allocation
(hours)
A37TAC_3 T. Giannini EXORCISM - a ToO programme for EXor outbursting sources. DOLORES/NICS 7
A37TAC_5 A. Caccianiga Te-REX: a sample of extragalactic TeV-emitting candidates DOLORES 35
A37TAC_11 E. Nardini Accurately weighing Narrow Line Seyfert black holes with Pa_alpha NICS 12
A37TAC_13 L. Origlia Stellar Population Astrophysics: the detailed, age-resolved chemistry of the Milky Way disk GIARPS 117 (LP)
A37TAC_18 M. Longhetti The Galaxy Cluster RXC J1825.3+3026: a case study for the accretion mechanisms of the cosmic structures DOLORES+MOS 20
A37TAC_23 F. La Forgia Visible and near-IR spectroscopy of different dynamical classes of comets DOLORES/NICS 36
A37TAC_29 E. Sissa Follow-up observations of three SARG binary survey stars with unknown RVs variation origin GIARPS 18
A37TAC_31 (GAPS) G. Micela GAPS2: the origin of planetary systems diversity GIARPS 306 (LP)
A37TAC_32 V. Testa Probing the most luminous QSOs in the universe by completing the NIR photometry of the WISSH sample NICS 13
A37TAC_37 D. Gandolfi Unveiling the diversity of small exoplanets with K2 and HARPS-N HARPS-N 20
Nordic programmes:
A37TAC_1 F. Taddia Observing supernovae from the Zwicky Transient Facility with the TNG DOLORES 25
A37TAC_24 A.W. Mayo Making the First Mass Measurement of a Sub-Neptune in an Open Cluster HARPS-N 20
A37TAC_36 R. Tronsgaard Searching for habitable planets around a nearby, bright, and quiet M-dwarf HARPS-N 20

Spanish CAT

Programme PI Title Instrument Allocation
(nights)
CAT18A_12 A. Aguado Barahona Optical validation of the Planck PSZ2 catalogue: the northern sky sources DOLORES 2
CAT18A_34 N. Casasayas Barris Atmospheric characterization of exoplanets using high resolution spectroscopy GIARPS 5
CAT18A_56 J.I. González Hernández High-precision radial velocity survey to detect low-mass planets around M-type stars HARPS-N 1.5
CAT18A_61 J. Méndez Abreu Disk-like Bulges at the end of the Hubble Sequence DOLORES 3.5
CAT18A_110 F. Jiménez Ibarra The orbital period of the new black hole candidate MAXI J1807+132 DOLORES 2
CAT18A_115 R. Rebolo López Searching for Earth-mass planets in solar-type stars with both HARPS-N HARPS-N 7
CAT18A_130 G. Nowak The KESPRINT project - understanding the internal structures of small planet candidates from the K2 mission. HARPS-N 3
CAT18A_138 J.I. González Hernández On the origin of hot Jupiters HARPS-N 3
IAC Service Any 4



OPTICON

Programme PI Title Instrument Allocation
(nights)
OPT18A_1 G. Hebrard Pushing the boundaries of obliquity measurements to the longest known transiting giant planet (continued) HARPS-N 1.2
OPT18A_11 A. Santerne From Hot Jupiters To Solar System Giants: Filling The Gap (final part) HARPS-N 3
OPT18A_28 F. Onori Monitoring of tidal disruption events DOLORES 1
OPT18A_38 D. Ehrenreich Signature of hydrogen recombination in the hottest exoplanet? HARPS-N 1
OPT18A_44 A. Hatzes Spectroscopic follow-up observations of small transiting planets from the K2 mission HARPS-N 3