Chris (preliminary, reduced normally): Looks very interesting, perhaps a Ia at z=1.3? or z=1.54. The latter looks better.
Chris (preliminary, reduced with IR sky subtraction techniques): No obvious galaxy lines. I still like z=1.54
Gaston (preliminary): Some wiggles, compatible with z~1.2 or z~0.9.
Andy (preliminary): I don't like z=1.54 -- see fit above. When z is unconstrained, my program likes z=0.89. See fit to 92A(Ia) -1d.
Peter (preliminary): No certain redshift and no SN spectrum. Conflicting reports of everything on this one. Works for HST observations but why do it???
Andy (preliminary): Uncertain redshift, uncertain ID. Hard to justify it.
Chris (Chris final reduction 2): I still think there is a SN in this one. The problem I have with this one is that I like z=1.54, which is nuts, but see the attached plot where I overplot Beethoven (2000fr) as if it were redshifted to z=1.54 onto a smoothed version of SuF02-007. Beethoven is in red. It is a pity there is no [OII] in this one.
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