Chromospheric active stars: a key program for amateurs

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Re: Chromospheric active stars: a key program for amateurs

Postby Kevin Gurney » Sun May 17, 2020 12:19 pm

Hi Christian

I use a Lhires III, but with 35mu slit....

(slight loss in resolution but more throughput I guess)

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Re: Chromospheric active stars: a key program for amateurs

Postby Bernard Heathcote » Thu Nov 05, 2020 12:14 pm

I'm late to this project but certainly interested in participating, with my eShel2, if southern stars are of interest.
Is there a list of possible southern targets, visible from latitude -37 deg?

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