Classification of 2 DES supernova with OzDES
ATel #9636; C. R. O`Neill (University of Queensland), A. Moller, N. E. Sommer, B. E. Tucker (Mount Stromlo Observatory, the Australian National University, A. King (University of Melbourne), M. J. Childress (University of Southampton), G. F. Lewis (University of Sydney), C. Lidman (Australian Astronomical Observatory), S. Desai, K. Paech (Ludwig Maximilians University, Munich), R. C. Smith (NOAO/CTIO), M. Schubnell (University of Michigan), R. Kessler, J. Lasker, D. Scolnic (University of Chicago), D. J. Brout, C. D'Andrea, L. Gladney, M. March, M. Sako, R. C. Wolf (University of Pennsylvania), P. J. Brown, K. Krisciunas, N. Suntzeff (Texas A&M University), E. Macaulay, R. Nichol (University of Portsmouth), S. Prajs, M. Smith, M. Sullivan (University of Southampton), R. Maartens (University of the Western Cape), E. Kovacs, S. Kuhlmann, H. Spinka (Argonne National Laboratory), E. Ahn, D. A. Finley, J. Frieman, J. Marriner, W. Wester (Fermilab), G. Aldering, A. G. Kim, R. C. Thomas (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), K. Barbary, J. S. Bloom, D. Goldstein, R. Gupta, P. Nugent, S. Perlmutter (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory + University of California, Berkeley), R. J. Foley, Y.-C. Pan (University of California, Santa Cruz), R. Casas, F. J. Castander (ICE, IEEC/CSIC, Barcelona), A. Papadopoulos (Cyprus University), E. Morganson (NCSA)
on 16 Oct 2016; 11:02 UT
Credential Certification: Brad Tucker (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subjects: Optical, Supernovae
Referred to by ATel #: 9637
We report new spectroscopic classifications by OzDES of supernovae discovered by the Dark Energy Survey (ATEL #4668). The spectra (370-885nm) were obtained with the AAOmega Spectrograph (Saunders et al. 2004, SPIE, 5492, 389) and the 2dF fibre positioner at the Anglo-Australian Telescope (AAT). Object classification was performed using SNID (Blondin & Tonry, 2007, ApJ, 666, 1024) and superfit (Howell and Wang, 2002, BAAS, 34, 1256), the details of which are reported in the table below.