Tiempo asignado por el CAT

Semestre 2012 A

Isaac Newton Telescope

Ref. CATIPNoches ConcedidasInstrumentoProgramaColaboradores
6-INT1/12AOvidiu Vaduvescu4 G (I)WFC Recovery of faint near Earth asteroids having large orbital uncertainties
22-INT2/12ADebra Elmegreen2 G (I) + 3 B (I)IDS Are tadpole galaxies rotating disks?
26-INT3/12AKatrien Uytterhoeven2 B (II)WFC Continuing the characterization of Kepler pulsators from Stromgren photometry
34-INT4/12ARicardo Carrera Jimenez4 O (II)WFC An homogeneous database of Galactic Open Clusters color-magnitude diagrams: Clues in the formation and evolution of the Galactic disk
35-INT5/12ARicardo Carrera Jimenez5 B (I)IDS Extension of the calibration of the CaT as metallicity indicator towards extremely metal-poor regimes ([Fe/H]<-2.5)
64-INT6/12ARemon Cornelisse3 O (II)WFC Testing the formation scenario of low mass X-ray binaries using dwarf spheroidal galaxies
70-INT7/12Aantonino milone5 O (I)WFC The INT survey of multiple stellar populations in Galactic globular clusters
86-INT8/12AJorge Casares Velázquez5 G (II)WFC The northern Galactic Plane UV-excess survey: UVEX
92-INT9/12AEduardo Martin Guerrero de Escalante4 B (II)WFC A Deep Multi-color CCD Catalogue of the Kepler Field
101-INT10-A/12AJosé Alberto Rubiño Martin5 O (I)WFC Confirmation and Characterization of SZ Galaxy Clusters detected by PLANCK
107-INT11-B/12AIgnacio Negueruela Díez3 B (II)IDS New clusters of red supergiants towards the inner Galaxy
126-INT12-A/12AJavier Gorosabel Urkia1 C (1hrs)WFC Sub-proposal II: exploiting the WHT, LT and INT to study Short GRBs, to monitor long GRBs, and to identify FERMI GRBs.