What to observe at the 2.2m MPG telescope:


Pick the date corresponding to the start of the night (that's the big number on the left column). The targets you should observe are indicated in the plots on the right of the night starting date, with the starting and ending time of their observability period indicated in UT in parenthesis.

The green interval indicates that the target can be observed, the blue interval indicates that the target is a bit too close to the moon (but is still observable!). As much as possible, please do your best to plan the observations during the middle of their corresponding green band, which corresponds to the minimum airmass of the target.

Each OB lasts approximatively 30 minutes (4x320 seconds exposures)



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2019-03-10

not observable tonight not observable tonight not observable tonight

2019-03-11

not observable tonight not observable tonight not observable tonight

2019-03-12

not observable tonight not observable tonight not observable tonight

2019-03-13

not observable tonight not observable tonight not observable tonight

2019-03-14

not observable tonight not observable tonight not observable tonight

2019-03-15

not observable tonight not observable tonight not observable tonight

2019-03-16

not observable tonight not observable tonight not observable tonight

2019-03-17

not observable tonight not observable tonight not observable tonight

2019-03-18

not observable tonight not observable tonight not observable tonight

2019-03-19

not observable tonight not observable tonight not observable tonight

2019-03-20

not observable tonight not observable tonight not observable tonight

2019-03-21

not observable tonight not observable tonight not observable tonight

2019-03-22

not observable tonight not observable tonight not observable tonight

2019-03-23

not observable tonight not observable tonight not observable tonight

2019-03-24

not observable tonight not observable tonight not observable tonight

2019-03-25

not observable tonight not observable tonight not observable tonight

2019-03-26

not observable tonight not observable tonight not observable tonight

2019-03-27

not observable tonight not observable tonight not observable tonight

2019-03-28

not observable tonight not observable tonight not observable tonight

2019-03-29

not observable tonight not observable tonight not observable tonight

2019-03-30

not observable tonight not observable tonight not observable tonight

2019-03-31

not observable tonight not observable tonight not observable tonight

2019-04-01

not observable tonight not observable tonight not observable tonight

2019-04-02

not observable tonight not observable tonight not observable tonight

2019-04-03

not observable tonight not observable tonight not observable tonight

2019-04-04

not observable tonight not observable tonight not observable tonight

2019-04-05

not observable tonight not observable tonight not observable tonight

2019-04-06

not observable tonight not observable tonight not observable tonight

2019-04-07

not observable tonight not observable tonight not observable tonight

2019-04-08

not observable tonight not observable tonight not observable tonight

2019-04-09

not observable tonight not observable tonight not observable tonight

2019-04-10

not observable tonight not observable tonight not observable tonight

2019-04-11

not observable tonight not observable tonight not observable tonight

2019-04-12

not observable tonight not observable tonight not observable tonight