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CSP classifications of optical transients

ATel #6508; N. Morrell, C. Contreras, C. Gonzalez, M. M. Phillips (Las Campanas Observatory), E. Y. Hsiao, M. Stritzinger, C. Gall, S. Holmbo (Aarhus University), Peter Marples, Greg Bock, Stu Parker, Colin Drescher, Patrick Pearl (BOSS), Francesco Taddia (Stockholm University), Paula Sanchez, Paulina Lira (Universidad de Chile), T. W.-S. Holoien, K. Z. Stanek, C. S. Kochanek, A. B. Davis, U. Basu, J. F. Beacom (Ohio State), B. J. Shappee (Hubble Fellow, Carnegie Observatories), J. L. Prieto (Diego Portales, MAS), D. Bersier (LJMU), J. Brimacombe (Coral Towers Observatory), D. Szczygiel, G. Pojmanski (Warsaw University Observatory), E. Hadjiyska, E. S. Walker, D. Rabinowitz, C. Baltay, N. Ellman, R. McKinnon (Yale), U. Feindt (U. Bonn), P. Nugent (LBNL/UCB)
on 27 Sep 2014; 21:00 UT
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Credential Certification: Eric Hsiao (hsiao@lco.cl)

Subjects: Optical, Supernovae

Carnegie Supernov Project reports the optical spectroscopic classifications of five transients. The spectra were obtained on Sep 27 UT with the Las Campanas 2.5-m du Pont telescope (+ WFCCD). The LSQ transient was supplied by the La Silla-Quest survey (Hadjiyska et al., ATel #3812).

 
 
Name                  | Source | RA          | Dec          | z       | Type        | Phase | Notes 
----------------------|--------|-------------|--------------|---------|-------------|-------|------ 
ASASSN-14hr           | ASASSN | 01:50:41.27 | -14:31:04.75 | 0.03362 | Ia          | -5    | 1 
ASASSN-14hp           | ASASSN | 21:30:31.42 | -70:38:34.35 | 0.03892 | Ia          | -2    | 2 
LSQ14fms              | LSQ    | 00:14:59.83 | -51:12:39.60 | 0.07    | Ia          | -5    | 3 
PSN J16294609+0838306 | CSS    | 16:29:46.09 | +08:38:30.6  | 0.03297 | Ia-pec      | -7    | 4 
PSN J23160979-4234575 | BOSS   | 23:16:09.79 | -42:34:57.5  | 0.00537 | SN imposter |       | 5 
 
Notes 
1) The discovery was reported in ATel #6500. 
2) The discovery was reported in ATel #6493. 
3) The redshift is derived from the SN spectrum. 
4) The spectrum is similar to those of young 91T-like objects. 
5) The spectrum is similar those of SN2008S (Smith et al. 2011).