Keck II ESI Data files:

Date: 7 November 2002
Exposure time:
Data reduced by: Lifan
Weather note:
z (gal): 1.3?
z (SN):
SN (preliminary): [fits]
Cropped SN (preliminary): [asc] [fits]
Line cleaned cropped SN (preliminary): [asc] [fits]
Lifan's comparison (preliminary) to 94D -3d (Ia): [ps]

VLT FORS2 (UT4) Data files:

Date: 9 November 2002
Exposure time:
Data reduced by: Chris & Gaston
Note: This object was taken with a different grism (600z). Wavelength range: 7600 - 10000 AA. Standard star from same night used to calibrate.
z (gal):
z (SN):
SN (Chris final reduction 2): [fits]
SN (preliminary): [asc] [fits]
Line cleaned SN (preliminary): [asc] [fits]
Andy's comparison (preliminary): [ps]


Saul (Keck, preliminary): galaxy lines at z = 1.3. SN Ia does match near there too, but we're still working to decide.

Chris (VLT, preliminary): SuF02-026 has two emission lines which are unidentified. The shape of the lines are very different. Lines are at 9178.6 and 8263.4 Angstroms. Otherwise, the continuum is flat. No wiggles.

Gaston (VLT, preliminary): No evidence of a SN. Galaxy lines at 8263 and 9179 A.

Andy (Keck, preliminary): When program runs unconstrained in z no redshift is favored. SN light at z=1.3 is not convincing to me.

Chris (VLT, final): 2 strong lines. Line IDs uncetain

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