observing planner for spectroscopi observations

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observing planner for spectroscopi observations

Postby Erik Bryssinck » Mon Apr 30, 2018 9:04 am

Hi all,

For the spectroscopic observations of Be-stars, I would like to use the list: http://arasbeam.free.fr/spip.php?page=beam_belist2&lang=en. Use this list as input for a software where I can see when a particular star is best visible in function of observation location and date / time and altitude of the object. Just an observing planner for spectroscopy observations. Is this available or can I import it in planetarium software in a certain way? The intention is, therefore, if I want to observe on an evening / night, I have a list, which stars I can observe at that moment. The intention is to be able to start quickly and not waste time looking up objects.

Anyone have an idea ? Now I use The Sky 6 as planetarium software. Or is there an internet tool that does this ? Or is there a complete list with all spectroscopic objects in the ARAS-database and not only the Be-star list ?

thanking in advance,
Erik
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Re: observing planner for spectroscopi observations

Postby etienne bertrand » Mon Apr 30, 2018 9:28 am

Hello Erick,

You can use C2A software with "dynamics catalogue Arasbeam" : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yve7JixtnUg

The problem is for stars magnitude >8 i dont know where is possible to up the magnitude.
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Re: observing planner for spectroscopi observations

Postby Erik Bryssinck » Mon Apr 30, 2018 9:55 am

Hi Etienne,

thank you !! this is the solution I was looking for!

best regards,
Erik
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