AstroNote 2019-47

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2019-07-18 12:38:39
Type: Object/s-Discovery/Classification
SCAT classification of optical transients
Authors: A Do, M A Tucker, A V Payne, M E Huber, B J Shappee, and the ASAS-SN team
Source Group: SCAT
Abstract:
We present the classification of 7 optical transients: 4 Type Ia SNe (z=0.043, 0.05, 0.08, 0.08) and 3 Type IIP SNe (z=0.03, 0.034, 0.04).

The Spectral Classification of Astronomical Transients (SCAT) survey (ATel #11444) presents the classification of 7 optical transients. We report optical spectroscopy (330-970nm, R~1200) taken with the University of Hawaii 88-inch (UH88) telescope using the SuperNova Integral Field Spectrograph (SNIFS). Transients were classified using the SuperNova IDentification code (SNID, Blondin & Tonry 2007, ApJ, 666, 1024). Additionally, we use photometry from the All-Sky Automated Survey for SuperNovae (ASAS-SN, Shappee et al. 2014, ApJ, 788, 48) to more accurately constrain the phase of each object. Redshifts given to 2 decimal places are derived supernova lines (via SNID), otherwise the redshifts are taken from NED or measured from narrow host galaxy emission lines. 

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CatalogNameReported RAReported DECReported Obj-TypeReported RedshiftHost NameHost RedshiftRemarksTNS RATNS DECTNS Obj-TypeTNS Redshift
TNS2019ktf [ATLAS19oqd]23:32:29.939-29:33:36.66SN Ia0.0523:32:29.893-29:33:37.13SN Ia0.05
TNS2019kpv [ATLAS19one]23:47:05.597-34:42:34.78SN Ia0.042523:47:05.600-34:42:35.06SN Ia0.0425
TNS2019kcv [ATLAS19ohp]14:25:44.579-03:13:58.97SN Ia0.08Templates from Ia-norm and Ia-91T SNe provide similar results.14:25:44.578-03:13:58.89SN Ia0.073011
TNS2019kaj [ATLAS19ogn]23:28:20.334+19:33:29.80SN IIP0.0423:28:20.350+19:33:29.70SN IIP0.04
TNS2019kah [ATLAS19oft]00:58:09.796-29:19:24.49SN IIP0.0341100:58:09.796-29:19:24.49SN IIP0.03411
TNS2019jwq [ZTF19abcneik]12:55:54.639+48:45:04.00SN IIP0.03512:55:54.630+48:45:04.03SN II0.035
TNS2019jzt [ATLAS19odx]00:54:32.221+34:22:41.68SN Ia-91T-like0.08SNID also provides several matches to pre-maximum SN Ia-norm templates, however, ATLAS first reported this object over two weeks ago. Considering the discovery date, we consider the post-max Ia-91T results more reasonable.00:54:32.212+34:22:41.83SN Ia-91T-like0.08