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University of Florida Observing Proposal AST 4723: Techniques in Observational Astronomy II Date: Project Title Inserted Here PI: your name here Email: your email here Type of Proposal: Observational/Archival/External Project Abstract of Scientific Justification: Summary of observing runs requested for this project Run Telescope # Nights Moon Optimal Months Acceptable Months Scheduling Constraints: list here any dates that you cannot observe and the reason. 1
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University of Florida Observing Proposal AST 4723: Techniques in Observational Astronomy II Date: Scientific Justification (This section should describe why your wish to observe the objects that you have chosen. You may include any figures or images that you consider
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Unformatted text preview: relevant.) Observatory/Night Information Technical Justification (This section should include all information about the data requirements for your project, such as filters, image quality and depth. You should list all of your target information, including coordinates and magnitude.) Night Plan (This section should include your plan for the night. Specifically be sure to include the order in which you will observe objects and your tables are staralt visibility figures. If observations of an object are time-sensitive, then you should also include your backup plan in case of bad weather.) 2...
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