Talk:IC 2118 Current Research Activities

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What do (d) and (e) refer to? Where are (a)-(c)? Are there illustrations that go here?--Weehler 05:37, 3 August 2007 (PDT)

Are electrons involved in fusion?--Weehler 05:48, 3 August 2007 (PDT)

Meeting from 10/9/2007 at Oil City High School

We are going to get started monitoring our brighter T-Tauri candidates and generating light curves for them in the R and I band.

I (S. Weiser) have selecetd two targets to monitor:

SSTiau Name is 050511.5-064346, RA = 5h 5m 11.6s, DEC = -6d 43m 46.9s, Rmag = 15.3

SSTiau Name is 050517.4-063734, RA = 5h 5m 17.5s, DEC = -6d 37m 34.3s, Rmag = 16.7

Estimated exposure time - 180sec

Using and The Sky planetarium software I've estimated we will want to be on the telescope in Perth Australia sometime between 3:00 PM and 5:00 PM EST throughout October and November. Does everyone else agree?

Using the New Mexico Sky telescope (near El Paso, Texas), we will need to be on the telescope between 6:00 AM and 7:30 AM EST. Does everyone agree?

Meeting 10/17/07 At OCHS

These are the Targets I have chosen to monitor.

SSTiau Name is 050730.1-061015, RA=05:07:30.2 DEC= -06:10:15.9

SSTiau Name is 050730.6-061059, RA=05:07:30.6 DEC= -06:10:59.7

Exposure time of 180secs, Viewing time from Oil City 2:00pm-5:00pm Est, will be using the Perth Telescope.