Observers: Jesper Sollerman, Francesco Taddia
Data reduction team: Mattias Ergon, Giorgos Leloudas
Observations with EFOSC2 the all night.
Seeing 1.5" at the beginning of the night, then ~1.0"
EFOSC2 bias; WRONG spectroscopic flat fields and arcs, for a technical problem with the slit wheel the slit was not 1.0"!
We discovered it when we tried to observe the first flux standard
UT 00:00 EFOSC2 skyflats UBVRi
UT 00:30 image analysis
UT 00:45 STDPHOT pg2336 UBVRi
UT 00:55 STDSPEC vma2 gr11+gr13+gr16 / slit 1.0", failed, here we noticed the slit problem
UT 01:10 LSQ12dlf R, 6x300
UT 01:45 The telescope operator (TO) checked again the problem with the slit and decided to go to the telescope
UT 02:50 TO back to the control room, slit alignment
UT 03:10 STDSPEC LTT3218 gr11+gr13+gr16 / slits 1.0"
UT 03:30 LSQ12hxg gr11+gr16 / slits 1.0"
UT 05:45 PSNJ09040080-7203248 gr13 *classification (Ia at max)
UT 06:05 LSQ12hud gr13 *classification (galaxy S0)
UT 06:45 LSQ13l gr13 *classification (Ia before max)
UT 07:25 LSQ13i gr13 *classification (IIn)
UT 08:05 LSQ13d gr13 *classification (IIP 1 week after explosion)
UT 08:30 STDSPEC LTT3864 gr11+gr13+gr16 / slits 1.0"
EFOSC2 spectroscopic flat fields and arcs