2-m Himalayan Chandra Telescope (HCT)

Accepted Proposals (2004 May - July)

Ref. No. Title Proposers Dates Allocated Instrument
HCT/cyc-4/001 Investigations of cometary dust R. Vasundhara & P. Chakraborty July 9 & 16 (until 2200 hrs) HFOSC
HCT/cyc-4/002 UBV photometric catalog and a database of reddening and distance to open clusters A. Subramanian et al. June 25-27; July 21-24 HFOSC
HCT/cyc-4/003 Wide field photometry of open star clusters A. Subramanian et al. June 7-9; July 9 (after 2200 hrs), July 10-11 HFOSC
HCT/cyc-4/004 Optical and X-ray studies of extragalactic ultraluminous X-ray sources D.K. Sahu & V. Agrawal May 16-17; June 21-22 HFOSC
HCT/cyc-4/005 Optical variability in brown dwarfs M. Maiti et al. May 18-21; June 16-18; July 12-14 HFOSC
HCT/cyc-4/007 Monitoring blazars as a part of the WEBT P. Shastri et al. June 19-20; July 16 (after 2200 hrs), 17 HFOSC; NIR Camera
HCT/cyc-4/010 Study of starformation in BCD galaxies T.P. Prabhu & D.K. Sahu May 14-15; June 12-13; July 15 HFOSC
HCT/cyc-4/012 Spectrophotometric observations of stars behind dark clouds A.K. Sen et al. May 24-25 HFOSC
HCT/cyc-4/013 Motion of clouds in the atmosphere of Venus S. Limaye et al. May 3-4 HFOSC
HCT/cyc-4/014 A near-IR study of Galactic star forming regions D.K. Ojha et al. May 26-27; June 10-11 NIR Camera
HCT/cyc-4/015 Geo space debris observations C.G. Patil July 4-8 HFOSC
HCT/cyc-4/018 Coordinated monitoring of Cyg X-3 in radio and infrared M. Choudhury et al. July 18-20 NIR Camera
HCT/cyc-4/020 Optical spectroscopy of classical, recurrent and symbiotic novae G.C. Anupama & P.S. Parihar May 12-13; June 23-24 HFOSC
HCT/cyc-4/021 Search for correlated flux variablity of GeV and TeV blazars in radio, optical and TeV wavebands Gopal-Krishna et al. May 22-23; June 14-15 HFOSC
HCT/cyc-4/022 Survey of RS Cvn stars in eclipsing binaries P.S. Parihar et al. May 1-2 HFOSC
HCT/cyc-4/023 H-alpha survey of late-type stars in the COROT space mission fields Messina et al. July 25-27 HFOSC

Target of Opportunity Proposals
Sl. No. Title
1. Monitoring low redshift supernovae
2. Monitoring blazars as a part of WEBT
3. Optical afterglows of GRB sources