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Night Report 2019-05-02

Observers:
Matt Nicholl, Phil Short

Support Team:
Charlotte Angus, Elizabeth Swann, Matt Smith

TAT:
Lluís Galbany, Hanin Kuncarayakti, Claudia Gutiérrez 


Calibrations:
EFOSC2
Daytime: Dome Flats, Arcs, bias
Morning: Arcs

Weather:
Sunset: 22:15, Twilight (end): 23:28
Beginning of night: No clouds, humidity 8%, wind 1.2m/s
Weather remained consistently good throughout the night

Comments:


EFOSC2

 UT Target Type Setup Airmass Seeing Exp time Notes
 23:26
 AT2019ejj
 Classification
 gr#13 slit1.0
 1.04
 1.3
 600s
 Problem with image quality, TO will fix after this exposure. Strong Hydrogen emission lines - unsure what this is
 00:09 SN2019ecx
 Follow-up gr#11+16 slit1.0 1.54 1.3
 1.0
 1x2700s in each filter
 Image quality fixed
 02:00 SN2019bka Follow-up gr#13 slit1.0 1.52 1.2 2x1800s 
 03:20 SN2019cxx Follow-up gr#13 slit1.0 1.60 1.3 1x1500s 
 03:50 SN2019clp Follow-up gr#13 slit1.0 1.60 1.3 1x2700s 
 04:40
 AT2019egf Classification gr#13 slit1.0
 1.65 1.5 1x600s Spectrum just looks like host galaxy
 04:55 EG274 Std
 gr#11+13+16 slit1.0+1.5
 1.07 1.4 8x60s 
 05:15 SN2019bwb     Follow-up
 gr#13 slit1.0
 1.7 1.3 1x1500s 
 05:45 SN2019dke Follow-up gr#13 slit1.0
 1.28 1.2 1x1500s 
 06:25 SN2019asz Follow-up gr#13 slit1.0
 1.10 1.1 1x2700 
 07:15 SN2019cwt Follow-up
 gr#13 slit1.0
 1.22 1.2 1x1500s 
 07:35 SN2019giu Follow-up gr#13 slit1.0
 1.48 1.1 2x2700s 
 09:35 AT2019eim Classification gr#13 slit1.0
 1.69 1.2 1x300s Accidentally named SN in OB, rather than AT. This is a type Ia, so perhaps this mistake is not so bad!
 09:50 AT2019edm Classification gr#13 slit1.0
 1.60 1.4 1x600s Type Ia
 10:07 EG131 Std gr#11+13+16 slit1.0 1.09 1.4 4x100s 
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