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Optical spectrosopy of SNHiTS15D (Daniela) and SNHiTS15P (Rosemary)

ATel #7162; J. Anderson (ESO), F. Bufano (MAS), F. Forster (CMM, MAS), J. C. Maureira (CMM), S. Gonzalez-Gaitan (MAS, DAS), G. Medina (DAS), L. Galbany (MAS, DAS), J. Martinez (DAS), J. San Martin (CMM), M. Hamuy (MAS, DAS), P. Estevez (MAS, DIE), R. C. Smith (CTIO), K. Vivas (CTIO), S. Flores (CMM), P. Huijse (MAS, DIE), G. Cabrera (CMM, AURA), G. Pignata (MAS, UNAB), Th. de Jaeger (MAS, DAS), R. Munoz (DAS), E. Vera (CMM), C. Perez (MAS, DIE)
on 2 Mar 2015; 13:34 UT
Credential Certification: Joseph Anderson (janderso@eso.org)

Subjects: Optical, Supernovae

We report optical wavelength spectroscopy obtained using the FORS2 instrument mounted on UT1 at Paranal on UT 2015-02-25, for two supernovae discovered by HiTS, the High Cadence Transient Survey (see ATELs #5949, #5956, #7099, #7108, #7115, #7122, #7131, #7146, #7148).

 
Name      | Nickname | RA (J2000)  | Dec (J2000)  | Disc UT    | Mag at spectral epoch (g) | Type | Notes
SNHiTS15D | Daniela | 10:21:19.62 | -06:58:23.34 | 2015-02-18 | 22.1 | II | (1) SNHiTS15P | Rosemary | 09:17:52.74 | -00:00:45.30 | 2015-02-22 | 21.9 | II | (2)

(1) Blue featureless continuum. Together with the light-curve evolution, most probably a young SNII ~1 week post explosion at the time of spectral observations.
(2) Blue featureless continuum. Together with the light-curve evolution, most probably a young SNII several days post explosion at the time of spectral observations.