2018A&A...609A..72D


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2018A&A...609A..72D - Astronomy and Astrophysics, volume 609A, 72-72 (2018/1-1)

Measuring the Hubble constant with Type Ia supernovae as near-infrared standard candles.

DHAWAN S., JHA S.W. and LEIBUNDGUT B.

Abstract (from CDS):

The most precise local measurements of H0 rely on observations of Type Ia supernovae (SNe Ia) coupled with Cepheid distances to SN Ia host galaxies. Recent results have shown tension comparing H0 to the value inferred from CMB observations assuming ΛCDM, making it important to check for potential systematic uncertainties in either approach. To date, precise local H0 measurements have used SN Ia distances based on optical photometry, with corrections for light curve shape and colour. Here, we analyse SNe Ia as standard candles in the near-infrared (NIR), where luminosity variations in the supernovae and extinction by dust are both reduced relative to the optical. From a combined fit to 9 nearby calibrator SNe with host Cepheid distances from Riess et al. (2016ApJ...826...56R) and 27 SNe in the Hubble flow, we estimate the absolute peak J magnitude MJ=-18.524±0.041 mag and H0=72.8±1.6(statistical)±2.7(systematic)km/s/Mpc. The 2.2% statistical uncertainty demonstrates that the NIR provides a compelling avenue to measuring SN Ia distances, and for our sample the intrinsic (unmodeled) peak J magnitude scatter is just ∼0.10mag, even without light curve shape or colour corrections. Our results do not vary significantly with different sample selection criteria, though photometric calibration in the NIR may be a dominant systematic uncertainty. Our findings suggest that tension in the competing H0 distance ladders is likely not a result of supernova systematics that could be expected to vary between optical and NIR wavelengths, like dust extinction. We anticipate further improvements in H0 with a larger calibrator sample of SNe Ia with Cepheid distances, more Hubble flow SNe Ia with NIR light curves, and better use of the full NIR photometric data set beyond simply the peak J-band magnitude.

Abstract Copyright: © ESO, 2018

Journal keyword(s): supernovae: general

Simbad objects: 82

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Number of rows : 82

N Identifier Otype ICRS (J2000)
RA
ICRS (J2000)
DEC
Mag U Mag B Mag V Mag R Mag I Sp type #ref
1850 - 2020
#notes
1 NGC 232 GiG 00 42 45.814 -23 33 40.69   14.43   12.78   ~ 122 0
2 SN 2006et SN* 00 42 45.82 -23 33 30.4     16.1     SN.Ia 49 1
3 2MASX J01135716+0022171 GiC 01 13 57.181 +00 22 17.09   17.07       ~ 18 0
4 SN 2006hx SN* 01 13 57.31 +00 22 18.0           SN.Ia 31 1
5 ACO 168 ClG 01 15 09.8 +00 14 51           ~ 311 2
6 NGC 910 BiC 02 25 26.772 +41 49 27.50   14.5       ~ 58 1
7 SN 2008hs SN* 02 25 29.62 +41 50 35.1           SN.Ia 19 1
8 2MASS J02253765+2445576 G 02 25 37.6641308475 +24 45 57.657320673           ~ 4 0
9 SN 2010hs SN* 02 25 39.14 +24 45 53.6   18.31 18.39     SN.Ia 20 1
10 ACO 347 ClG 02 25 50 +41 52.5           ~ 142 1
11 MCG-01-09-006 G 03 08 48.358 -07 02 26.15   15   13.72   ~ 41 1
12 SN 2005eq SN* 03 08 49.31 -07 01 59.7     17.4     SN.Ia 62 1
13 SN 2002fk SN* 03 22 05.71 -15 24 03.2     15.7     SN.Ia 77 1
14 NGC 1309 GiG 03 22 06.5558186281 -15 23 59.793798444   12.08   12.5 11.7 ~ 177 0
15 SN 2001el SN* 03 44 30.60 -44 38 23.4   12.81       SN.Ia 238 1
16 NGC 1448 GiG 03 44 31.915 -44 38 41.38   11.46   10.24 10.9 ~ 221 0
17 UGC 3108 GiG 04 38 28.3266912979 +44 02 13.513747216   18       ~ 29 0
18 SN 2006lf SN* 04 38 29.49 +44 02 01.5     18.0     SN.Ia 43 1
19 SN 2010kg SN* 04 40 08.40 +07 21 00.0           SN.Ia 21 1
20 NGC 1633 GiP 04 40 09.104 +07 20 57.77   14.6       ~ 37 0
21 SN 2006le SN* 05 00 41.99 +62 15 19.0     18.0     SN.Ia 50 1
22 UGC 3218 GiG 05 00 43.6996822174 +62 14 38.455890696   15.0       ~ 35 0
23 UGC 3236 GiC 05 03 33.212 +06 39 26.59   15.6       ~ 35 0
24 SN 2009ad SN* 05 03 33.38 +06 39 35.7           SN.Ia 19 1
25 NGC 1819 GiC 05 11 46.150 +05 12 02.21   13.7       ~ 94 0
26 SN 2005el SN* 05 11 48.76 +05 11 39.0     18.7     SN.Ia 80 1
27 UGC 3341 G 05 41 55.565 +18 29 32.66   15.5       ~ 19 0
28 SN 2010ju SN* 05 41 55.99 +18 29 51.0   15.79 15.56     SN.Ia 7 1
29 SN 2015F SN* 07 36 15.76 -69 30 23.0           SNIa 37 1
30 NGC 2442 LIN 07 36 23.842 -69 31 50.96 11.47 11.15 10.42 9.71 10.4 ~ 179 1
31 SN 2007bd SN* 08 31 32.872 -01 11 52.02     18.4     SN.Ia 62 1
32 UGC 4455 G 08 31 32.880 -01 11 51.60   15.00       ~ 45 0
33 SN 2008hv SN* 09 07 34.06 +03 23 32.1           SN.Ia 55 1
34 NGC 2765 GiG 09 07 36.661 +03 23 34.79   13.30       ~ 65 0
35 SN 2007as SN* 09 27 36.01 -80 10 39.2     15.8     SN.Ia 19 1
36 ESO 18-18 G 09 27 40.4178123059 -80 10 47.606647861   14.8       ~ 16 0
37 SN 2005M SN* 09 37 32.76 +23 12 10.0     18.8     SN.Ia 60 1
38 NGC 2930 EmG 09 37 32.772 +23 12 12.25   14.7       ~ 30 0
39 SN 2008bc SN* 09 38 31.23 -63 58 25.6           SN.Ia 28 1
40 2MASX J09383413-6358225 G 09 38 34.131 -63 58 22.51   16.4       ~ 14 0
41 SN 2007S SN* 10 00 31.26 +04 24 26.2     16.7     SN.Ia 56 1
42 UGC 5378 G 10 00 31.9918120514 +04 24 25.671045696   14.2       ~ 49 0
43 SN 2005ki SN* 10 40 28.355 +09 10 57.14     18.0     SN.Ia 65 1
44 NGC 3332 LIN 10 40 28.371 +09 10 57.19   13.7       ~ 67 1
45 NGC 3392 AGN 10 51 03.0019614099 +65 46 53.597293668   16.83 16.11     ~ 28 0
46 SN 2010Y SN* 10 51 03.90 +65 46 47.0           SN.Ia 17 1
47 NGC 3663 GiG 11 23 59.9322666719 -12 17 47.411826603   13.30   12.22 13.0 ~ 45 0
48 SN 2006ax SN* 11 24 03.46 -12 17 29.2     17.1     SN.Ia 72 1
49 IC 2973 LIN 11 53 50.823 +33 21 56.30   14.5       ~ 58 0
50 SN 2011ao SN* 11 53 51.03 +33 21 46.3           SN.Ia 15 1
51 NGC 3972 GiP 11 55 45.117 +55 19 14.42   13.14   11.94   ~ 162 1
52 SN 2011by SN* 11 55 45.56 +55 19 33.8   12.97 12.95     SN.Ia 53 1
53 NGC 4424 H2G 12 27 11.5747046042 +09 25 14.319813630   13.1       ~ 275 0
54 SN 2012cg SN* 12 27 12.83 +09 25 13.2           SNIa 122 1
55 SN 2010ai SN* 12 59 24.00 +27 59 47.5           SN.Ia 19 1
56 LEDA 126792 GiC 12 59 25.046 +27 59 48.22 18.59 18.55 17.35 17.129 16.306 ~ 25 0
57 ACO 1656 ClG 12 59 48.7 +27 58 50           ~ 4136 2
58 PTF 10bjs SN* 13 01 11.22 +53 48 57.5   16.01 16.10     SN.Ia 12 0
59 MCG+09-21-083 G 13 01 11.331 +53 48 40.04   15       ~ 6 0
60 SN 2009bv SN* 13 07 20.47 +35 47 03.8           SN.Ia 14 1
61 IC 4199 GiC 13 07 20.486 +35 47 18.19   15       ~ 13 0
62 MCG-02-34-061 LSB 13 31 03.7 -15 06 03   15.21   14.07   ~ 28 0
63 SN 2007ca SN* 13 31 05.81 -15 06 06.6     16.7     SN.Ia 46 1
64 SN 2011fe SN* 14 03 05.711 +54 16 25.22   10.12 10.06     SN.Ia 480 1
65 M 101 GiP 14 03 12.583 +54 20 55.50   8.46 7.86 7.76   ~ 2494 2
66 SN 2007af SN* 14 22 21.03 -00 23 37.6     15.4     SN.Ia 122 1
67 NGC 5584 EmG 14 22 23.811 -00 23 14.82   12.80   12.0 11.8 ~ 208 0
68 SN 2003du SN* 14 34 35.80 +59 20 03.8   13.46       SN.Ia 309 1
69 UGC 9391 G 14 34 37.013 +59 20 16.17   15.5       ~ 71 0
70 SN 2007ba SN* 15 16 41.814 +07 23 48.92     18.2     SN.Iap 36 1
71 UGC 9798 GiG 15 16 41.821 +07 23 49.21   15.4       ~ 26 0
72 ACO 2052 ClG 15 16 45.5 +07 00 01           ~ 667 1
73 NGC 5917 GiP 15 21 32.5501041786 -07 22 37.522671219   13.7   13.7 13.5 ~ 40 0
74 SN 2005cf SN* 15 21 33.12 -07 26 57.1   13.54       SN.Ia 232 1
75 UGC 10679 G 17 03 53.038 +31 29 56.76   15.5       ~ 26 0
76 SN 2010ag SN* 17 03 53.63 +31 30 06.2           SN.Ia 12 1
77 SDSS J171750.05+405252.5 G 17 17 50.048 +40 52 52.59           ~ 3 0
78 SN 2010gn SN* 17 17 50.11 +40 52 52.6   16.81 16.78     SN.Ia 23 1
79 NGC 6928 GiP 20 32 50.222 +09 55 35.15   13.7       ~ 67 0
80 SN 2004eo SN* 20 32 54.19 +09 55 42.7   15.07 17.8     SN.Ia 162 1
81 NGC 7311 LIN 22 34 06.760 +05 34 13.11   13.4       ~ 86 0
82 SN 2005kc SN* 22 34 07.34 +05 34 06.3     18.2     SN.Ia 57 1

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