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Night Report 2019-06-09

Observers: Elizabeth Swann, Christopher Frohmaier
Support Team: Edinburgh 

All times in UT

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Notes

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Weather
Beginning of Night: Clear with some thin low cirrus to south
Middle of night: Clear
End of night: Clear

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Calibrations
Evening: PESSTO_calib and PESSTO_bias
Morning: PESSTO_calib and PESSTO_bias

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Science
22:51- Standard star LTT3864, gr11+gr16+13
23:13 - SN2019fcn (and SN2019ejj), gr13 1x1800s, Seeing 1.0
23:56 - SN2019cxx, Acquired acquisition, realised object too close to the moon (<5deg today, <15deg tomorrow), woops! Aborted.
00:01 - SN2019enz, gr11 and gr16, each 1x2700s. Seeing 1.3

01:58 - Technical difficulties
02:07 - Fixed. There was a mechanical fault when the calibration unit was removed after the g16 calibration.

02:08 - AT2019gte classification, seeing 1.1", unknown
02:29 - AT2019gcu classification, seeing 1.1", SN Ia
02:50 - AT2019hch classification, seeing 1.1", SN Ia
03:12 - AT2019hcj classification, seeing 1.1"
    There was a problem with this target. No trace in the 2D. TO doesn't know what happened, we all watched him place the slit over the object on the computer. 
    Maybe a mechanical problem again, we will be monitoring the situation.


03:37 - Standard star EG274, gr11+gr16+13, seeing 0.86"
03:58 - AT2019gwg classification, seeing 0.9", SN Ia  
04:20 - SN2019cqc followup,
    - Exposure 1, seeing 1.1"
    - Exposure 2, seeing 1.1"
    - Exposure 3, seeing 1.2"
07:20 - AT2019gme classification, seeing 1.1", SN Ia
07:44 - SN2019dsg followup, seeing 1.0"
08:36 - AT2019hcc followup, seeing 1.2"
09:27 - Standard star Feige110, gr11+gr16+13
09:47 - AT2019hbs classification, seeing 1.1", SN Ia
10:10 - AT2019hcf classification, seeing 1.4", SN Ia


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