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TNG Allocations - Period AOT39/2019A

Below are listed the time allocations for semester AOT39/2019A (April 1 - September 30, 2019). The schedule of the period will be published later.

INAF TAC

Programme PI Title Instrument Allocation
(hours)
A39TAC_1 V. D'Elia Exploring the Universe with Gamma-Ray Burst Afterglows DOLORES/NICS 17.5
A39TAC_7 L. Bedin Precise Ages, Masses, and Radii for Evolved Stars in Open Clusters HARPS-N 10
A39TAC_9 V. Ripepi Following-up Gaia newly discovered Cepheid variables HARPS-N 18
A39TAC_10 S. Ieva Spectroscopic survey of Merxia and Agnia family, a closer look to early differentiation in the Solar System DOLORES 9
A39TAC_11 L. Mancini Confirming Transiting Exoplanets from HATSouth and TESS HARPS-N 27
A39TAC_12 D. Bossini Kepler stars in Gaia-Enceladus debris HARPS-N 10.5
A39TAC_17 E. Sissa A new super-Earth in a binary system? HARPS-N 9
A39TAC_20 X. Fu Factory of lithium in AGB stars GIARPS 5.8
A39TAC_21 R.L. Smart Using GRIS-U/DOLORES for Efficient Classification of L/M Dwarfs DOLORES 2
Nordic programmes:
A39TAC_2 M. Hjorth Towards a better understanding of the formation of warm and hot Jupiters GIARPS 6
A39TAC_3 C. Barbarino Observing supernovae from the Zwicky Transient Facility with the TNG DOLORES 25
A39TAC_16 T. Olander Spectroscopy of benchmark M dwarfs for PLATO GIANO-B 16
Confirmed Large and Long Term Programmes:
A37TAC_31 (GAPS)G. MicelaGAPS2: the origin of planetary systems diversityGIARPS306
A37TAC_13L. OrigliaStellar Population Astrophysics: the detailed, age-resolved chemistry of the Milky Way diskGIARPS117
A38TAC_22R. SilvottiLarge Wanted dead and alive. The first MS+WD binary with a ''living'' and a ''dead'' planetary system.HARPS-N1
A38TAC_29S. PiranomonteFollow-up of electromagnetic counterparts of gravitational wave sources at TNGDOLORES/NICS30


Spanish CAT

Programme PI Title Instrument Allocation
(nights)
CAT19A_96 E. Pallé Bagó Probing species and thermal structure of the brightest hot Jupiter system GIARPS 2
CAT19A_97 N. Casasayas Barris Atmospheric evaporation and evolution of exoplanets GIARPS 6
CAT19A_124 F. Najarro de la Parra The ultimate diet - slimming down a >60 Msun star to form a magnetar? GIANO-B 4
CAT19A_135 D.A. Gárcia Hernández Follow-up optical spectroscopy of candidate RCB stars: probing the galactic disk side DOLORES 5
CAT19A_159 R. Rebolo López Searching for Earth-mass planets in solar-type stars with both HARPS HARPS-N 5
CAT19A_162 G. Nowak Follow-up of TESS small planet candidates: Precise masses as fundamental parameter for planet structure, distributions and in-depth atmospheric studies. HARPS-N 5
IAC Service4


OPTICON

Programme PI Title Instrument Allocation
(nights)
OPT19A_5 N. Nardetto Unlocking the potential of Cepheids as Primary Distance Indicators: The GIARPS Survey GIARPS 4
OPT19A_8 V. Bourrier A pilot survey for helium in exoplanets on the edge GIARPS 2
OPT19A_14 C. Haswell The Dispersed Matter Planet Project: Ablating Planets Orbiting Bright, Nearby Stars GIARPS 1
OPT19A_26 G. Cannizzaro Monitoring of Tidal Disruption Events DOLORES 1


ITP

Programme PI Title Instrument Allocation
(nights)
ITP18_8 P-E. Tremblay Galactic Archaeology with White Dwarfs HARPS-N 4
ITP18_10 A. Caratti o Garatti Resolving the Inner Structure of Proto-Planetary Discs: a Combined GIARPS/TNG-GRAVITY/VLTI Survey GIARPS 3