Keck II ESI data files:

Date: 8 November 2002
Exposure time:
Data reduced by: Lifan
Weather note:
z (gal):
z (SN): 1.00 +/- 0.02 (old) 1.03 according to Chris
SN (preliminary): [fits]
Cropped SN (preliminary): [asc] [fits]
Line cleaned cropped SN (preliminary): [asc] [fits]
Lifan's comparison to 90N -7d (Ia) (preliminary): [ps]
Lifan's 50A smoothed data (preliminary): [ps]
Superfit output file (redshift constrained z=0.98-1.02) (preliminary): [sfo]
Andy's comparison to 89b (Ia) (preliminary): [ps]

VLT FORS2 (UT4) data files:

Date: 11 November 2002
Exposure time:
Data reduced by: Gaston
Weather note:
z (gal):
z (SN):
SN (Chris final reduction): [fits]
SN (preliminary): [fits] [asc]
Line cleaned SN (preliminary): [asc] [fits]


Saul (preliminary): z = 1.00 +/- 0.02 based on a pretty nice looking smoothed spectrum (SN Ia, we think)

Andy (preliminary): Ia at z=1.0 is likely but not certain (no Si). My program thinks it may be a few days after max. You can see Si in Lifan's heavily smoothed/binned spectrum, but it looks a little odd.

Gaston (preliminary): SN wiggles compatible with Keck' spectrum and z~1

Peter (preliminary): This one has a good Keck Spectrum of a SN Ia all by itself. Redshift looks to be ~1.0 and one can even see the Si line. It is good to go for all HST observations and the grism wouldn't present any problems.

Andy (preliminary): If the Si that Peter is talking about is not a smoothing artifact, then this one is a good candidate. After taking a better look at the raw data, that Si "feature" near 8000A looks too wide to be Si. Still, this is one of our best candiates.

Chris (Chris final reduction): z=1.03 from SN

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