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Night report 2019-12-17

Observers: Tomás Müller !!!
Support Team:  Phil Wiseman, Miika Pursiainen
TAT: Janet Chen, Morgan Fraser, Giuliano Pignata

Calibrations:
EFOSC daytime calibrations (biases, flats and arcs)

Weather: 
Start: Humidity 37%, wind speed 1.5 m/s, seeing: 0.8".
Middle: Humidity 30%, wind speed 3.1 m/s, seeing: 0.9".
End : Humidity 27%, wind speed 5.6 m/s, seeing: 1.0".

Comments:
I couldn't observe AT2019weu as we couldn't find it in the field (even with the help of the TO!). The finding charts look different from the acquisition image even after longer exposure. This was the first object of the night.

Observations:

UT Target Type Setup Seeing Exptime Notes
00:31
Image Analysis





00:45
VMA2STD

0.8''


1:07
AT2019jynfollow-up
gr11
1.0''
2700
This object seems to be at the same location of a star. I observed it with gr11 instead of gr13 (my mistake!!!)
2:15    
AT2019qizfollow-up    
gr11
1.0''
1800
Slit located at the center of the galaxy
2:53
AT2019qizfollow-up   
gr110.8''
1800
Slit located at the center of the galaxy
 3:37AT2019wkuclassificationgr130.8"600 
 3:54AT2019vqd
follow-upgr11+gr160.8"1800 + 1800
gr11 image was re-started as the gr16 internal flats were done before by accident
5:22
AT2019vqdfollow-upgr11+gr160.7"
1800 + 1800corrected previous mistake
6:36
 ZTF19acyfumm classification gr13 0.8" 300 
 6:48 ZTF19acyihlk classification gr13 1.0" 900 
 7:12 AT2019wbg follow-up gr11 0.9" 2700 I will take another exposure tomorrow or the day after
 8:07 AT2019wmc classification gr13 1.0" 600 
 8:24 LTT3864 STD    
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