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TNG Allocations - Period AOT42/2020B

Below are listed the time allocations for semester AOT42/2020B (October 1, 2020 -- March 31, 2021). The schedule of the semester can be found here


Programme PI Title Instrument Allocation
A42TAC_1W. BoschinThe "sausage" cluster and its close companion. A spectacular case study in the context of cluster accretionDOLORES+MOS12
A42TAC_2A. GrazianFinding the brightest Cosmic Beacons in the Equatorial StripeDOLORES 9
A42TAC_6M. LazzarinSpectroscopic investigation of newly discovered comets as background for the ESA Comet Interceptor missionDOLORES/NICS17
A42TAC_8E. Mazzotta EpifaniUnveiling the nature of (65803) Didymos, the asteroid target of the NASA/DART space missionDOLORES 20
A42TAC_12S. AntoniucciGHOsT (GIARPS High-resolution Observations of T Tauris): toward a statistical analysis of the accretion rateGIARPS/NICS20
A42TAC_13R. MiddeiThe first NIR very high spectral resolution observations of active galaxies: the study of outflowsGIANO-B/NICS17
A42TAC_14G. CescuttiMeasuring at Intermediate metallicity Neutron Capture Elements (MINCE)HARPS-N9
A42TAC_15V. RipepiSpectroscopic follow-up of Gaia and OGLE newly discovered Classical CepheidsHARPS-N18
A42TAC_17V. TestaProbing the most luminous QSOs in the universe by completing the NIR photometry of the WISSH sampleNICS9
A42TAC_19P. D'AvanzoHunting for kilonovae in the local Universe with TNGDOLORES/NICS10
A42TAC_20M. RainerA precise characterisation of the ARIEL stars II - the sequelHARPS-N9
A42TAC_21L. IzzoAre Classical Novae the progenitors of Supernovae Ia ?DOLORES 7
Nordic programmes:
A42TAC_22E. KnudstrupPlanetary Migration PatternsHARPS-N16.25
A42TAC_27A. Bello-ArufeWhat is in Hell? - Studying the atmosphere of HAT-P-70b, one of the hottest exoplanets.HARPS-N5.5
A42TAC_28C. von EssenConstraining the boundaries of the Neptune desert via accurate massesHARPS-N27
Confirmed Large 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 diskGIARPS81
Confirmed Long Term Programmes:
A41TAC_8A. PastorelloProbing the latest stages of the evolution of massive stars through observations of interacting transientsDOLORES/NICS20
A41TAC_18S. PiranomonteFollow-up of electromagnetic counterparts of gravitational wave sources at TNGDOLORES/NICS30
A41TAC_54R. SilvottiWanted dead and alive. The first MS+WD binary with a living and a dead planetary systemHARPS-N 3

Spanish CAT

Programme PI Title Instrument Allocation
CAT19A_162G. NowakFollow-up of TESS small planet candidates: Precise masses as fundamental parameter for planet structure, distributions and in-depth atmospheric studies.HARPS-N10
CAT20B_23L. Beitia AnteroCharacterization of nearby High Radial Velocity StarsHARPS-N2
CAT20B_41E. Pallé BagoMass determination of single-transit warm Jupiters from TESSHARPS-N6
CAT20B_80N. Casasayas BarrisCharacterising the day-side of brown dwarfs and ultra hot JupitersGIARPS5
CAT20B_90M. OshaghDistinguishing brown dwarfs and giant planets via obliquity measurements from time-resolvedHARPS-N0.5
CAT20B_112A. DomínguezSpectroscopic observations of gamma-ray detected blazar candidatesDOLORES4.5


Programme PI Title Instrument Allocation
OPT20B_10P. TisserandSpectroscopic follow-up of rare dusty RCB stars candidatesDOLORES4


Programme PI Title Instrument Allocation
ITP20_3A. CarattiResolving the Inner Structure of Proto-Planetary Discs: a Combined GIARPS/TNG-GRAVITY/VLTI Survey GIARPS3.5
ITP20_7R. KotakExploring exotic and extreme transients with GOTODOLORES3