GCN Circular 26427
C. Fremling (Caltech), T. Ahumada (UMD), L. P. Singer (NASA), K. De (Caltech), M. M. Kasliwal (Caltech), report on behalf of the ZTF and GROWTH collaborations We obtained spectroscopy of ZTF19acykzsk/AT2019wqj, reported by Andreoni et al. (GCN #26424) with the Gemini Multi-Object Spectrographs (GMOS-N) mounted on the Gemini-North 8-meter telescope on Mauna Kea. We combined six 450 second exposures using the R400+_G5305 grating starting 2019-12-14 11:18 UTC at an airmass of 1.9. A prominent broad H emission feature is seen in the spectrum consistent with a SN II at z=0.02, same redshift of the closest galaxy. Thus, this object is unrelated to LIGO/Virgo S191213g (GCN #26402). We thank the observer S. Xu and the Gemini staff for their rapid response and facilitating this Target of Opportunity observation.