2016A&A...587L...7T


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2016A&A...587L...7T - Astronomy and Astrophysics, volume 587, L7-7 (2016/3-1)

Metallicity from Type II supernovae from the (i)PTF.

TADDIA F., MOQUIST P., SOLLERMAN J., RUBIN A., LELOUDAS G., GAL-YAM A., ARCAVI I., CAO Y., FILIPPENKO A.V., GRAHAM M.L., MAZZALI P.A., NUGENT P.E., PAN Y.-C., SILVERMAN J.M., XU D. and YARON O.

Abstract (from CDS):

Type IIP supernovae (SNe IIP) have recently been proposed as metallicity (Z) probes. The spectral models of Dessart et al. (2014MNRAS.440.1856D) showed that the pseudo-equivalent width of FeII λ5018 (pEW5018) during the plateau phase depends on the primordial Z, but there was a paucity of SNe IIP exhibiting pEW5018 that were compatible with Z<0.4Z. This lack might be due to some physical property of the SN II population or to the fact that those SNe have been discovered in luminous, metal-rich targeted galaxies. Here we use SN II observations from the untargeted (intermediate) Palomar Transient Factory [(i)PTF] survey, aiming to investigate the pEW5018 distribution of this SN population and, in particular, to look for the presence of SNe II at lower Z. We perform pEW5018 measurements on the spectra of a sample of 39 (i)PTF SNe II, selected to have well-constrained explosion epochs and light-curve properties. Based on the comparison with the pEW5018 spectral models, we subgrouped our SNe into four Z bins from Z≃0.1 Z up to Z≃2 Z. We also independently investigated the Z of the hosts by using their absolute magnitudes and colors and, in a few cases, using strong-line diagnostics from spectra. We searched for possible correlations between SN observables, such as their peak magnitudes and the Z inferred from pEW5018. We found 11 events with pEW5018 that were small enough to indicate Z≃0.1 Z. The trend of pEW5018 with Z matches the Z estimates obtained from the host-galaxy photometry, although the significance of the correlation is weak. We also found that SNe with brighter peak magnitudes have smaller pEW5018 and occur at lower Z.

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Journal keyword(s): supernovae: general - Galaxy: abundances

VizieR on-line data: <Available at CDS (J/A+A/587/L7): tablea1.dat tablea2.dat>

Simbad objects: 78

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Number of rows : 78

N Identifier Otype ICRS (J2000)
RA
ICRS (J2000)
DEC
Mag U Mag B Mag V Mag R Mag I Sp type #ref
1850 - 2021
#notes
1 NGC 151 LIN 00 34 02.7917619996 -09 42 18.982105426 12.44 12.31 11.59 12.2 11.5 ~ 124 2
2 iPTF 13iqb SN* 00 34 04.84 -09 42 17.9           SNIIn 57 0
3 PTF 12hsx SN* 00 55 03.33 +42 19 52.0           SNII 3 0
4 SDSS J005503.33+421954.0 G 00 55 03.337 +42 19 54.06           ~ 1 0
5 CRTS CSS130925 J010249-004431 SN* 01 02 49.08 -00 44 30.6           SNIIP 4 0
6 SDSS J010249.10-004430.2 G 01 02 49.107 -00 44 30.24           ~ 1 0
7 2MASX J01064313-0622468 G 01 06 43.1 -06 22 46           ~ 2 0
8 PTF 09ecm SN* 01 06 43.16 -06 22 40.9           SNII 5 0
9 iPTF 13dkz SN* 01 36 11.58 +33 37 01.4           SNII 3 0
10 SDSS J013611.64+333703.6 G 01 36 11.645 +33 37 03.66           ~ 1 0
11 PTF 11izt SN* 01 52 25.944 +35 30 21.80           SNII 2 0
12 GALEXASC J015226.07+353023.6 G 01 52 26.074 +35 30 23.66           ~ 1 0
13 iPTF 13cnk SN* 02 02 12.776 +07 58 38.61           SNII 2 0
14 SDSS J020213.41+075831.3 G 02 02 13.414 +07 58 31.30           ~ 1 0
15 LEDA 983675 G 03 10 23.2 -10 00 00           ~ 2 0
16 PTF 09fma SN* 03 10 23.33 -09 59 58.0           SNII 4 0
17 SDSS J082314.14+215755.4 G 08 23 14.148 +21 57 55.44           ~ 1 0
18 PTF 10xtq SN* 08 23 14.292 +21 57 58.00           SNII 2 0
19 IC 2373 GiC 08 26 48.992 +20 21 53.47   15.5       ~ 25 0
20 SN 2011cl SN* 08 26 49.16 +20 22 31.8           SNII 12 1
21 PTF 10bgl SN* 10 19 04.70 +46 27 23.3           SNII 7 0
22 NGC 3191 G 10 19 05.128 +46 27 14.80   13.9       ~ 46 0
23 SN 2012aw SN* 10 43 53.735 +11 40 17.63       15   SNIIP 151 1
24 M 95 GiP 10 43 57.733 +11 42 13.00 10.71 10.51 9.73 9.48   ~ 965 2
25 M 65 GiP 11 18 55.957 +13 05 31.96   9.6       ~ 412 1
26 SN 2013am SN* 11 18 56.95 +13 03 49.4           SNII 27 1
27 MCG+09-19-105 G 11 32 00.210 +53 42 50.57   16       ~ 6 0
28 PTF 11go SN* 11 32 00.24 +53 42 38.1           SNII 3 0
29 SN 2013cf SN* 11 34 36.49 +54 53 24.4           SNIIP 6 1
30 2MASX J11343703+5453289 GiC 11 34 37.031 +54 53 29.00           ~ 10 0
31 LSQ 13fn SN* 11 51 17.29 -29 36 41.1           SNIIn 11 0
32 NGC 4134 LIN 12 09 10.0029057769 +29 10 36.773622351   13.8 13.10     ~ 64 0
33 SN 2014cn SN* 12 09 11.54 +29 10 20.9           SNIIP 5 1
34 SDSS J122355.39+103448.9 GiG 12 23 55.396 +10 34 48.97           ~ 6 0
35 PTF 10gva SN* 12 23 55.40 +10 34 50.7       18.2   SNII 6 1
36 SN 2012br SN* 12 24 17.03688 +18 55 29.5032           SNII 8 1
37 Anon J122417+1855 G 12 24 17.03688 +18 55 29.5032           ~ 2 0
38 SDSS J124433.49+310505.7 G 12 44 33.497 +31 05 05.74           ~ 4 0
39 PTF 10gxi SN* 12 44 33.681 +31 05 05.35           SNII 3 0
40 SN 2012D SN* 12 58 37.11 +27 10 25.2           SNIIP 7 1
41 Mrk 57 EmG 12 58 37.282 +27 10 35.81   15.88   14.82   ~ 97 0
42 MCG+09-22-053 G 13 22 32.432 +54 49 04.97   15.4       ~ 29 0
43 SN 2012cd SN* 13 22 35.25 +54 48 47.7           SNIIb 10 1
44 SDSS J134957.67+374508.2 ? 13 49 57.671 +37 45 08.27           ~ 1 0
45 iPTF 14adz SN* 13 49 57.814 +37 45 08.49           SNII 2 0
46 MCG+06-31-082 G 14 14 51.2613725847 +36 47 23.964508133   15.4       ~ 10 0
47 iPTF 13bjx SN* 14 14 52.106 +36 47 28.58           SNII 2 0
48 LEDA 1363707 G 15 00 50.863 +09 20 27.64           ~ 4 0
49 PTF 12fip SN* 15 00 51.041 +09 20 25.12           SNII 3 0
50 PTF 10mug SN* 15 04 06.828 +28 29 17.84           SNII 2 0
51 SDSS J150406.83+282917.6 G 15 04 06.829 +28 29 17.73           ~ 1 0
52 SDSS J150501.72+200554.6 G 15 05 01.730 +20 05 54.68           ~ 1 0
53 PTF 12ftc SN* 15 05 01.880 +20 05 54.63           SNII 4 0
54 SDSS J155849.24+361010.4 G 15 58 49.242 +36 10 10.42           ~ 1 0
55 PTF 12gnn SN* 15 58 49.278 +36 10 10.95           SNII 4 0
56 SDSS J161215.97+320414.6 G 16 12 15.963 +32 04 14.68           ~ 1 0
57 PTF 10jwr SN* 16 12 15.986 +32 04 14.49           SNII 2 0
58 NGC 6138 GiC 16 24 54.169 +41 03 02.80   15       ~ 25 0
59 iPTF 13bld SN* 16 24 54.586 +41 02 59.24           SNII 2 0
60 GALEXASC J165757.67+551105.0 G 16 57 57.673 +55 11 05.04           ~ 1 0
61 PTF 11hsj SN* 16 57 58.15 +55 11 01.1           SNII 3 0
62 PTF 10rem SN* 17 17 43.596 +20 52 30.91           SNII 2 0
63 SDSS J171743.62+205230.4 G 17 17 43.627 +20 52 30.43           ~ 1 0
64 SDSS J211603.12+123124.4 G 21 16 03.128 +12 31 24.41           ~ 1 0
65 PTF 11htj SN* 21 16 03.50 +12 31 21.0           SNII 3 0
66 SN 2010id SN* 23 05 48.88 +03 31 25.5           SNII 33 1
67 NGC 7610 GiC 23 19 41.367 +10 11 05.93   14.9       ~ 79 0
68 SN 2013fs SN* 23 19 44.70 +10 11 05.0           SNIIP 65 1
69 PTF 10pjg SN* 23 23 08.01 +13 02 39.2           SNII 3 0
70 NAME III Zw 104 NED02 G 23 23 08.856 +13 02 44.27           ~ 1 0
71 UGC 12687 G 23 35 17.5853128131 +12 55 26.510226555   14.0       ~ 38 0
72 SN 2010hm SN* 23 35 18.58 +12 55 31.9           SNIIP 9 1
73 NGC 7732 GiP 23 41 33.852 +03 43 29.83   14.5       ~ 77 0
74 SN 2013ft SN* 23 41 35.20 +03 43 30.5           SNIIP 7 1
75 PTF 11qax SN* 23 42 25.584 +00 15 16.83           SNII 2 0
76 2MFGC 17784 G 23 42 26.032 +00 15 21.57           ~ 11 0
77 SDSS J234545.05+112842.1 G 23 45 45.055 +11 28 42.16           ~ 1 0
78 PTF 10osr SN* 23 45 45.161 +11 28 42.37           SNII 2 0

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