2018A&A...617A.105J


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2018A&A...617A.105J - Astronomy and Astrophysics, volume 617A, 105-105 (2018/9-1)

Host galaxies of SNe Ic-BL with and without long gamma-ray bursts.

JAPELJ J., VERGANI S.D., SALVATERRA R., RENZO M., ZAPARTAS E., DE MINK S.E., KAPER L. and ZIBETTI S.

Abstract (from CDS):

Broad-line Ic supernovae (SNe Ic-BL) are a very rare class of core-collapse supernovae exhibiting high ejecta velocities and high kinetic energies. They are the only type of SNe that accompany long gamma-ray burst (GRB) explosions. Systematic differences found in the spectra of SNe Ic-BL with and without GRBs (GRB-SNe and SNe Ic-BL, respectively) could either be due to differences in the progenitor or/and explosion mechanism of SNe Ic-BL caused by the presence or absence of a GRB, or solely to differences in the viewing angle of the observer with respect to the orientation of the collimated explosion. We present the systematic comparison of the host galaxies of broad-lined SNe Ic with and without a detected GRB, the latter being detected in untargeted surveys, with the aim to find out whether there are any systematic differences between the environments in which these two classes of SNe preferentially explode. We study photometric properties of the host galaxies of a sample of 8 GRB-SNe and a sample of 28 SNe Ic-BL at z<0.2. The two galaxy samples have indistinguishable luminosity and proper size distribution. We find indications that GRB-SNe on average occur closer to the centres of their host galaxies, that is, the samples have a different distribution of projected offsets, normalized by the galaxy sizes. In addition, we compare gas-phase metallicities of the GRB-SNe and SNe Ic-BL host samples and find that a larger fraction of super-solar metallicity hosts are found among the SNe Ic-BL without a GRB. Our results are indicative of a genuine difference between the two types of explosions and suggest that the viewing angle is not the main source of difference in the spectra of the two classes. We discuss the implications that our results have on our understanding of progenitors of SNe Ic-BL with and without a GRB.

Abstract Copyright: © ESO 2018

Journal keyword(s): supernovae: general - gamma-ray burst: general - galaxies: star formation

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Simbad objects: 48

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Number of rows : 48

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 LEDA 1068401 BLL 00 58 13.0 -03 39 48           ~ 9 0
2 PTF 10xem SN* 01 47 06.88 +13 56 28.8           ~ 3 0
3 SN 2005kr SN* 03 08 29.67 +00 53 20.2   22.1       SNIc 22 1
4 SN 2006aj SN* 03 21 39.670 +16 52 02.27 17.96 19.11 17.40     SNIc-BL 817 1
5 SN 2006nx SN* 03 33 30.63 -00 40 38.2           SNIb/c 27 1
6 SN 2008iu SN* 04 36 55.20 -00 21 35.6           ~ 10 1
7 SN 2016dst SN* 04 55 54.70 -29 34 13.6           SNIc-BL 2 0
8 SN 2016jca SN* 06 06 51.37 -26 47 29.7           SNIc 48 0
9 SN 2010bh SN* 07 10 30.63 -56 15 19.7           SNIc 224 1
10 SN 2003lw SN* 08 02 30.1 -39 51 03       20.23   SNIc: 501 0
11 PTF 13ebw SN* 08 17 15.88 +56 34 41.6           SNIc 4 0
12 PTF 12as SN* 10 01 34.05 +00 26 58.4           SNIc 4 0
13 SN 2003dh SN* 10 44 50.030 +21 31 18.15     16.2     SNIcpec 1104 2
14 GRB 171205A gB 11 09 39.49 -12 35 18.7           ~ 66 0
15 PTF 10aavz SN* 11 20 13.36 +03 44 45.2           ~ 7 0
16 SN 2010ah SN* 11 44 02.99 +55 41 27.6           SNIc 44 1
17 SN 2013bn SN* 11 48 02.03 +54 34 38.6           SNIc 7 1
18 SN 2007bg SN* 11 49 26.18 +51 49 21.8 20.1 19.8 18.8     SNIc-BL 51 1
19 SN 2017ein SN* 11 52 53.26 +44 07 26.2           SNIc 13 0
20 SN 2014ad SN* 11 57 44.44 -10 10 15.7           SNIcpec 10 1
21 SN 2007I SN* 11 59 13.15 -01 36 18.9   19.2 17.9     SNIc-BL 34 1
22 SN 2007ce SN* 12 10 17.96 +48 43 31.5     17.4     SNIc-BL 17 1
23 SN 2005nb SN* 12 13 37.61 +16 07 16.2     17.2     SNIc-BL 25 1
24 SN 2010ay SN* 12 35 27.19 +27 04 02.8           SNIc 41 1
25 SN 2017dcc SN* 12 49 04.88 -12 12 22.6           ~ 2 0
26 PTF 11cmh SN* 13 10 21.74 +37 52 59.6           SNIc 4 0
27 LSQ 14bef SN* 14 27 41.77 -08 36 45.5           SNIc-BL 2 0
28 SN 2013dx SN* 14 29 14.76 +15 46 26.6           ~ 108 0
29 GRB 111005A gB 14 53 15.60 -19 43 19.1           ~ 39 0
30 iPTF 13bvn SN* 15 00 00.152 +01 52 53.17           SNIb 101 0
31 iPTF 14dby SN* 15 17 06.29 +25 21 11.4           SNIc 6 0
32 PTF 13u SN* 15 58 51.21 +18 13 53.1           SNIc 4 0
33 PTF 10qts SN* 16 41 37.60 +28 58 21.1           SNIc 15 0
34 SN 2007gx SN* 17 18 51.49 +22 47 16.6       19.9   SNIc 5 1
35 PTF 11img SN* 17 34 36.30 +60 48 50.6           SNIc 3 0
36 SN 1998bw SN* 19 35 03.17 -52 50 46.1   14.09       SNIc 1632 2
37 GRB 060614 gB 21 23 32.140 -53 01 36.10 18.89 20.12 19.54     ~ 494 1
38 PTF 14gaq SN* 21 32 54.08 +17 44 35.6           SNIc 4 0
39 SN 2005ks SN* 21 37 56.56 -00 01 56.9   22.5       SNIc 22 1
40 SN 2016coi SN* 21 59 04.14 +18 11 10.5           SNIc 25 0
41 GRB 060505 gB 22 07 03.440 -27 48 51.89           ~ 217 1
42 LSQ 12dwl SN* 22 12 41.53 +00 30 43.1           SNIc 28 1
43 PTF 10vgv SN* 22 16 01.17 +40 52 03.3           SNIc 19 0
44 SDSS-II SN 14475 SN* 22 24 30.901 +00 12 12.28           SNIc 7 0
45 SN 2006qk SN* 22 25 32.39 +00 09 14.9           SNIc: 23 1
46 SN 2007qw SN* 22 35 29.01 +00 28 56.2           SNIc 9 1
47 SN 2007eb SN* 22 42 48.98 +24 02 47.2       18.2   SNIb/c 6 1
48 PTF 11lbm SN* 23 48 03.20 +26 44 33.5           SNIc 3 0

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