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THE 182 CM TELESCOPE: OBSERVING

TARGET OF OPPORTUNITY

At the Asiago 182cm telescope Target of Opportunity (TOO) programmes may be executed during the nights allocated for other projects. In general a TOO observation will take less than 1 hour to be performed.
No compensation for time lost is given to the observer. Observers are invited to collaborate where possible in applications for TOO observations.

ACTIVE PROGRAMS FOR TOO OBSERVATIONS

TO_1 Target of Opportunity Observations of Gamma-Ray Burst Optical Afterglows (PI: R. Salvaterra)   

TO_2 Detailed study of the physics of nearby Supernovae (PI: S. Benetti)   

TO_4 Spectrophotometric Study of Novae in Nearby Galaxies (PI: F. Di Mille)   


OTHER PREVIOUS PROGRAMS FOR TOO OBSERVATIONS

TO_3 Probing the emission of bright Soft X-ray Transient in outburst (PI: L. Zampieri)



For additional events of particular interest other ToO observations may be activated after approval by TAC.


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