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Night-report-2020-02-14

Observers : Anais Möller, Melissa Amenouche (Clermont-Ferrand), Mat Smith (Southampton)

Support team: Miika Pursiainen (Southampton)

TAT:  Giuliano Pignata (UNAB/MAS), Phil Wiseman (Southampton), Priscila Pessi (CONICET)

Summary :

Afternoon Calibration:

Weather:
    afternoon: blue skies
    Sunset :
    Post-sunset :
    Middle night :
    Early morning:
  
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Observations:

 UT Target Purpose Grism/filter Conditions EXp.Time Classification Notes
 27:00 LTT3218 Calibratin BG 1.09'' AIrmass: 1.32
 5min Standard Did three times
1:00 AT2019qemFollowup Photo
 JHK 1.07'' Airmass: 1.22
 25 min
  SN IIn Clearly see the supernova
1:30
AT2019xis
Follow up Photo
 K 0.98'' Airmass: 1.19
 1h10 SN II-P

 2:45 AT2019xis Follow up PHoto
 JH 0.98'' Airmass : 1.4
 2h SN II-P
  Seeing  fluctuating (reaching 1.92'' and 1.42  and going down again seeing 0.98'' )
 4:15 AT2020aze Photo before spectro
 JHK 0.9 Airmass:  1.02
 1h20 SN II
 We could clearly see the supernova
 5:30 AT2020aze Spectro
 B band
 0.67'' Airmass: 1.06
  SN II
 
  06:50 HIP47060 Calibration   1.05'' Airmass: 1.17  10 min
 Telluric 
 07:00 AT2019wbg Follow up Photo
JK
0.94'' Airmass: 1.17
 1 h
SN IIn
 Supernov distinguishible from the host galaxy
 08:00 AT2019wbg Follow up Photo
 H 0.69'' Airmass: 1.23
 30 min
 SN IIn
 
        
 08:30 AT2020ue Follow up spectro
 gr11 & gr16
 0.83'' Airmass: 1.21
 40 min
 SN Ia
 Super bright Supernovae. Clearly visible
 9:00 AT2020bfb Classification g13 0.80'' Airmass: 1.05
 30 min
  Beautiful host galaxy
9:30
 EG274 Standard     
   Sky flat
     

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