[AstroPy] problems with astroplan
Eric L. N. Jensen
ejensen1 at swarthmore.edu
Mon Nov 7 15:57:39 EST 2016
Good catch, Gautham.
And more generally to that point, Steven, I’d suggest getting in the habit of *always* specifying the timezone for any times you use in your code (e.g. in any call to ’Time’), even if you’re using UTC, just to be more clear to yourself and to anyone reading your code what timezone you’re working with. In the example you gave, when you’re specifying the start and end times it would still be good to explicitly specify the timezone there as well.
> On Nov 7, 2016, at 3:53 PM, Gautham Narayan <gnarayan at noao.edu> wrote:
> Specify the time as well as the date. 2016-11-11 is being parsed at 2016-11-11 00:00:00 UTC, at which point it's only 5pm here in AZ, so it's not yet civil twilight at Kitt Peak.
> print(astroplan.is_observable(constraint, kpno, target[:1], times=[Time('2016-11-11 12:15:00')]))
> # prints True
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