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2006CBET..768....1P - Central Bureau Electronic Telegrams, 768, 1 (2006/December-0)

Supernovae 2006ny and 2006qs-2006ry.

PECONTAL E., RIGAUDIER G., ANTILOGUS P., GILLES S., PAIN R., PEREIRA R., BUTON C., COPIN Y., GANGLER E., SMADJA G., ALDERING G., ARAGON C., BAILEY S., BONGARD S., CHILDRESS M.J., LOKEN S., NUGENT P., PERLMUTTER S., RUNGE K., SCALZO R., THOMAS R.C., WEAVER B.A., KESSLER R., BALTAY C., BAUER A., HERRERA D. and RABINOWITZ D.

Abstract (from CDS):

The Nearby Supernova Factory (E. Pecontal and G. Rigaudier, Centre de Recherche Astronomique de Lyon; P. Antilogus, S. Gilles, R. Pain, and R. Pereira, Laboratoire de Physique Nucleaire et de Haute Energies de Paris; C. Buton, Y. Copin, E. Gangler, and G. Smadja, Institut de Physique Nucleaire de Lyon; G. Aldering, C. Aragon, S. Bailey, S. Bongard, M. J. Childress, S. Loken, P. Nugent, S. Perlmutter, K. Runge, R. Scalzo, R. C. Thomas, and B. A. Weaver, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley; R. Kessler, Kavli Institute for Cosmological Physics, Chicago; and C. Baltay, A. Bauer, D. Herrera, and D. Rabinowitz, Yale University) reports the discovery of 33 supernovae in images obtained during the months of October and November, using the QUEST-II camera on the Palomar Oschin 1.2-m Schmidt telescope. Those supernovae discovered on Oct. 26 October and Nov. 1 were found in SDSS i-band or r-band images taken in drift-scan mode as a part of the QUEST component of the Palomar-QUEST Consortium; the other supernovae were discovered in point-and-track mode as a part of the NEAT component (cf. CBET 263) of the same Consortium. Subsequent spectra (range 320-1000 nm) of each target, obtained with the SuperNova Integral Field Spectrograph on the University of Hawaii 2.2-m telescope, were used for classification of supernova types (as listed in the table below). Those type-Ia supernovae with z < 0.08 were all discovered at or after maximum; the supernovae with z > 0.08 include some that were discovered before maximum. The final column below gives the estimated time in weeks before (-) or after (+) maximum light for the type-Ia supernovae at the discovery date, based on the spectra; an "M" indicates that the object was within a few days of maximum at discovery; the three objects labelled "P" in this column had inadequate S/N to get a satisfactory phase, but they were clearly post-maximum. All magnitudes listed below are calibrated to the R band. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------— SN Date UT R.A. (2000.0) Decl. Mag. z Type Age ---------------------------------------------------------------------------— 2006qs Oct. 10.3 0 33 27.32 +11 53 14.8 19.83 0.12 Ia M 2006qt Oct. 11.5 3 40 02.72 - 4 34 18.7 18.92 0.01 IIn 2006qu Oct. 19.2 21 37 01.47 -17 40 09.9 18.87 0.09 Ia M 2006qv Oct. 19.4 1 48 32.35 +18 12 19.6 18.82 0.06 Ia +1 2006qw Oct. 21.5 3 08 46.88 +18 56 26.0 17.86 0.03 Ia +2 2006qx Oct. 22.4 1 02 43.23 +27 41 54.6 19.64 0.12 Ia M 2006qy Oct. 23.1 23 45 36.12 -12 11 55.0 19.21 0.10 Ia +1 2006qz Oct. 23.2 0 25 21.71 +17 51 48.3 20.25 0.14 Ia +1 2006ra Oct. 23.4 2 22 24.92 + 5 22 01.3 19.80 0.13 Ia M 2006rb Oct. 24.2 23 35 25.09 + 7 06 46.4 17.69 0.03 Ia M 2006rc Oct. 24.3 0 22 18.26 +27 53 19.9 19.80 0.08 IIn 2006rd Oct. 26.1 23 19 14.02 + 4 59 40.0 18.94 0.06 Ia +4 2006re Oct. 26.4 1 41 39.06 + 6 19 20.9 19.66 0.09 Ia +1 2006rf Nov. 1.4 1 53 17.76 + 9 23 20.8 19.15 0.10 Ia P 2006rg Nov. 1.4 23 32 31.98 + 8 54 17.3 19.01 0.11 Ia P 2006rh Nov. 5.4 4 18 52.46 + 8 54 42.2 19.38 0.03 II 2006ri Nov. 6.3 2 15 57.44 -21 54 19.4 19.58 0.09 Ia M 2006rj Nov. 6.4 4 41 02.16 -12 26 02.5 18.98 0.04 II 2006rk Nov. 6.4 7 16 24.51 +27 37 25.5 16.08 0.01 II 2006rl Nov. 7.1 23 02 12.91 -15 01 21.4 19.82 0.12 Ia -1 2006rm Nov. 7.3 1 26 35.76 + 7 48 43.5 19.85 0.09 Ia P 2006rn Nov. 9.2 23 16 04.36 - 8 11 02.2 18.88 0.07 Ia M 2006ro Nov. 9.5 3 51 16.85 +26 50 05.4 19.83 0.11 Ia M 2006rp Nov. 9.5 4 09 05.52 +34 38 15.6 18.28 0.02 II 2006rq Nov. 9.6 8 43 22.86 - 3 34 16.2 19.74 0.07 II 2006rr Nov. 10.3 2 25 28.59 + 7 17 02.5 19.67 0.13 Ia M 2006rs Nov. 11.2 0 33 09.13 -13 27 16.2 16.54 0.02 Ia +2 2006rt Nov. 11.2 1 31 19.84 -13 56 09.6 19.64 0.07 II 2006ru Nov. 11.2 2 29 50.20 +23 05 33.5 20.05 0.02 II 2006rv Nov. 13.2 2 00 00.71 +24 56 15.0 19.52 0.11 Ia -1 2006rw Nov. 14.3 3 38 09.57 + 2 26 05.6 19.41 0.08 Ia M 2006rx Nov. 17.1 23 43 10.29 -20 40 53.7 19.02 0.08 IIn 2006ry Nov. 17.5 7 39 51.10 +34 57 33.5 19.39 0.06 II ---------------------------------------------------------------------------— SN 2006rk appears to be associated with the galaxy MCG +05-17-19. SN 2006rs appears to be associated with IC 28.

Also, SN 2006ny (cf. CBET 743) was found independently at mag 19.83 on QUEST images taken on Nov. 14.2 UT (type II; z = 0.07; R.A. = 0h39m17s.26, Decl. = +0d05'02".9, equinox 2000.0).


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