Targets for September 2012

TARGETS FOR CLASSIFICATION

Deprecated - all this info is now in Marshall

Name ↓Coords ↓Last lim. ↓First det. ↓Mag ↓Mag date↓Host ↓Dist (Mpc) ↓m-M ↓Source↓Score↓Mag↓SN↓LC ↓FinderNotes ↓
LSQ12elv02:57:06.94 -21:52:40.4<201207302012073019.420120821APMUKS(BJ) B025451.87-220442.7 ? ?LSQ0-+no[1]rising???
LSQ12elu04:41:44.54 -22:59:39.1~2012051020120805~1920120821anonymous ? ?LSQ0-+no+[2]Possible SN, 100 days old
LSQ12elr05:06:30.55 -25:30:44.3<201208092012080918.520120821MRSS 486-10833 ? ?LSQ0= ?no[3]rising?
LSQ12elh03:25:12.98 -06:08:03.8<201207252012072519.020120820SDSS J032513.00-060804.028737.3LSQ-1=-yes-[4]Erratic light curve. In the galaxy nucleus. AGN?
LSQ12elf03:49:21.70 -03:29:58.6<201208042012080419.720120820APMUKS(BJ) B034651.52-033904.5 ? ?LSQ0-+yes-[5]Probably an old SN
LSQ12ekw23:33:06.19 +09:33:28.420120807?2012081920.220120819SDSS J233306.21+093328.0 ? ?LSQ-1---no+[6]Faint but rising; possible AGN.
LSQ12eku23:28:29.04 +08:53:02.4<201208192012081919.5201208192MASX J23282907+0853013 ? ?LSQ-1--no[7]Probably an AGN.
LSQ12ekr22:57:31.20 -06:14:41.6<201207172012071719.7201208192MASX J22573117-061442636937.8LSQ-1--yes[8]In the core of the host, spiral, face-on galaxy. AGN or old SN.
LSQ12eju23:22:59.74 -07:25:59.5<<201208172012071719.720120820anonymous ? ?LSQ-1--yes[9]Very likely an AGN. Radio source.
SSS120817:002822-30572300:28:21.83 -30:57:23.11<201208172012081719.09201208172MASX_J002822211.836.63CRTS0-+no[10]Offset from host galaxy currently M=-17.5
SSS120816:012937-17504001:29:37.48 -17:50:40.38201108282012081617.920120816---CRTS0++-[11]
SSS120811:124603-16521012:46:02.60 -16:52:10.06201204202012081118.620120811SDSS J124602.70-165213.4--CRTS0=+-[12]Already detected on June 20 at ~19 mag. 2 mag brighter than its host => either dwarf host or superluminous transient. host photo-z ~ 0.17. Only visible for very short time.
LSQ12eji20:05:59.28 -19:20:01.7<201208152012081517.620120815---LSQ-1+-+[13]Looks like a var. star.
LSQ12ejf20:00:57.07 -17:48:57.6<201207262012072619.120120815HB98...z=0.6542.8LSQ-1--+[14]1 mag rise in 20 days! Radio source galaxy, abs. mag -23.7
LSQ12ejd20:03:31.32 -19:51:37.8201207262012081520.0201208152MASX...33737.6LSQ-1--+[15]In galaxy core, 0.8 mag rise in 4 hr. AGN? Abs. mag -17.6
LSQ12eit16:14:45.31 -00:28:01.9<201207272012070919.3201208122MASX...18136.3LSQ0 ?+[16]face on spiral host, not sure about subtractions though!
LSQ12eiq02:10:07.03 -05:34:34.3<201207152012071518.720120812SDSS J021007.10-053435.2 ? ?LSQ0=+yes[17]around max?
LSQ12eij23:35:24.58 -20:30:40.7<201208122012081219.3201208122MASX J23352411-2030395 ? ?LSQ0-+no+[18]nice SN, quite peripheral, observed by SNfactory on August 17 (moderately blue, featureless continuum)
LSQ12eib00:32:09.82 -07:22:53.4201207292012073119.120120812SDSS J003209.85-072253.5 ? ?LSQ0- ?yes[19]past-max; in the nucleus of the blue host galaxy but good constraints on the explosioneid
LSQ12eht23:37:26.26 +10:18:23.0<201208082012080819.4201208102MASX J23372662+1018161 ? ?LSQ+1-+no+[20]rising; apparently in a cluster or interacting system
2H3Fbab14:49:10.13 -00:51:38.2<201208042012080419.5 (z)20120804anon ? ?PS1-+yes-[21]FGSS, offset from host
LSQ12ehm03:40:04.06 -17:48:06.1<201208092012080918.120120809anon. ? ?LSQ-1= ?yes-[22]Looks like foreground var. star in front of spiral galaxy, too fast rise!
LSQ12ehl04:50:06.65 -21:46:31.1<201208092012080917.820120809anon. ? ?LSQ-1+ ?yes-[23]
LSQ12ehn03:35:14.64 -18:25:38.6<201207282012072820.220120808anon. ? ?LSQ-1-- ?yes-[24]X-ray source - AGN?
LSQ12egf22:49:14.14 +01:44:33.4<201207052012070519.820120808anonymous ? ?LSQ-1--yes[25]Probably a variable star; declining
PSNJ12553996-393218112:55:39.96 -39:32:18.1201205282012070716.9R20120717E323-G0446033.9SNHunt0+++no[26]SNHunt140;probably declining
SNhunt14323:49:01.79 -16:32:33.52012052220120730~1820120730MGC-3-60-18 ? ?SNHunt0=-no[27]close to the nucleus; uncertain detection.
LSQ12eew21:07:25.01 -13:19:09.8201207082012072818.3201208012MASX…33837.7LSQ-1/0=-yes[28]Rising, close to the nucleus (a small shift). Possible AGN?
LSQ12eea23:53:35.86 -06:22:59.5201207292012073118.0201207312MASX…18436.3LSQ+1+ ?no+[29]# Rising
LSQ12edo03:26:18.82 -03:17:51.7<201207252012072518.620120731anon--LSQ0= ?no+[30]#Rising/peak? close to the nucleus
LSQ12edk03:08:57.43 -02:57:15.8<201207172012072318.420120731NGC12223132.5LSQ+4=+no+[31]# Neaby, ugly LC
LSQ12dzd00:16:39.00 -00:21:28.8<201207232012072319.6201207292MASX…30337.4LSQ-1--no[32]Noisy LC, rising? poor light curve; in the galaxy nucleus; AGN?
LSQ12dyc00:35:56.40 -20:44:26.5<201207082012073018.4201207302MASX…24937.0LSQ0=+yes[33]# Fading
LSQ12dvl01:49:20.09 +01:42:39.6~201207052012072318.620120731APMUKS…--LSQ0=+yes-[34]# Rising
LSQ12dum00:00:58.51 +00:51:26.6~201207052012072319.220120731SDSSJ000058.53+005126.7--LSQ0=+yes[35]# Rising, Ia near peak?
LSQ12dtf00:01:08.09 -06:13:58.8<201207152012071519.120120731APMUKS…--LSQ0=+yes[36]# clearly past-max
LSQ12dqv14:15:46.94 -18:29:11.4201206272012070818.620120728anonymous ? ?LSQ1=+yes[37]Likely a SN Ia at 15-18 days after max
LSQ12bpw23:02:28.80 -07:06:29.9<201207052012070517.2-19201208062MASXJ23022888-0706303 ? ?LSQ-1=-yes[38]Erratic LC and in the galaxy core; probably an AGN
LSQ12dpq21:56:58.27 -07:08:06.7<201207052012070518.9201207272MASXJ21565832-070807449638.5LSQ-1=-yes[39]Erratic LC and in the galaxy core; likely an AGN
LSQ12dpn03:11:13.22 -05:29:08.5<201217072012070718.8201208042MASXJ03111341-0529062 ? ?LSQ-1=-yes-[40]transient coincident with the core => AGN? alternatively, the flat LC may suggest a SN IIP or a IIn
LSQ12dpi01:15:13.10 -03:11:41.6 ?2012070719.720120729NPM1G-03.0070 ? ?LSQ0-+yes-[41]Radio host galaxy; source offster from the core, luminosity fading?
LSQ12dkj16:00:37.30 -02:33:36.7 ?2012070919.8?20120729NVSSJ160036-0233377034.2LSQ0-+no+[42]Radio host galaxy; poor LSQ light curve; faint PSN (~-14.4) LBV o redded SN
LSQ12dkh15:26:51.89 -00:52:38.6201207042012070719.520120729anonymous ? ?LSQ4-+yes[43]Faint host (m~24.5); 2 weeks past max; 17d risetime?
LSQ12dkg02:45:01.46 -00:43:48.4 ?2012070918.1201207292MASX...22236.7LSQ0=+yes[44]2M02450179-0043466 starforming gal; SN 20d past-max
LSQ12djy16:25:12.24 +04:54:24.5201206262012070519.620120804hostless ? ?LSQ3=+yes[45]Hostless; probably type Ia, ~30d after max
LSQ12djx16:33:51.00 +06:57:05.020120325<2012070518.320120804NVSSJ163350+065705 ? ?LSQ-1+-yes[46]Slow-rise (>100d); in the nucleus of a radio galaxy
LSQ12djg15:54:40.56 -08:30:31.0 ?2012070618.4?20120801anonymous ? ?LSQ0=+yes[47]erratic LSQ photometry
LSQ12dhs14:20:33.72 -16:35:47.8201206042012070619.2201207302MASX...16836.1LSQ0-+yes[48]2MASXJ14203419-1635479; Type I ~40 d past max?
LSQ12dhe15:37:39.91 +06:36:58.0201206062012070519.4201207292MASX...29237.3LSQ0-+yes[49]2MASXJ15373962+0637016; Type Ia ~30 d past max?
LSQ12dgs23:45:55.42 -06:05:28.7201206242012060819.920120731anonymous ? ?LSQ0-+yes[50]Probably Type I, ~30 d past maximum
PS1-12bby14:49:10.13 -00:51:38.2<201208042012080419.720120804SDSS J144910.02-005137.9 ? ?PS10-+no[51]Offset from host


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# criteria:
# SN "+" means good feeling it's a real SN; "-" it can be a Galactic star, an AGN, a false detection…
# mag "+++" means < 16; "++" means 16 < m < 17; "+" means 17< m < 18 ; 
#     " = " means 18< m < 19;  "-" means 19< m <20; "--" means m > 20
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TARGETS FOR FOLLOW-UP

NameCoordsLast lim.First det.MagMag dateHostDist (Mpc)m-MSourceTypeFinderNotes
LSQ12egy23:59:45.936 -06:21:07.92<201208082012080818.9201208082MASX... ? ?LSQ ?[52]Weird Type II? Unsure if we want followup
SSS120810:231802-56092623:18:01.82 -56:09:25.67201205302012081018.020120810---CRTSUnknown[53]Ultraluminous Type I
SN 2012ec02:45:59.88 -07:34:27.0 ?2012081114.520120811NGC108418.531.3B. MonardIIP[54]PI: J. Maund
SN 2012dy21:18:50.70 -57:38:42.5 ?2012080316.3i20120804ESO145-034233.1BOSSIIb-pec[55]PI: F. Bufano (Univ. Andres Bello, Santiago)
LSQ12dyw23:29:24.82 -07:23:20.4201207062012071718.620120731anonymous381:37.9LSQSDSS host, z=0.09 confirmed, blue continuum, broad features. M ~ -19.6. Possible 2008es or luminous type I[56]Nice SN, good explosion constraints; now probably soon after peak PI: Smartt
LSQ12dlf01:50:29.78 -21:48:45.4201206272012070118.220120730MRSS543-039252945:39.9LSQHostless, z unknown, blue continuum, broad-features may indicate luminous type I[57]Soon after max; low S/N spectrum, z based on the broad features. No galaxy line visible. PI: Smartt
PTF12gzk aka LSQ12dwl/PS1-12baa :Mazzali
SN2012ca :Inserra/Scalzo

PESSTO CANDIDATES CLASSIFIED BY OTHERS

NameCoordsLast lim.First det.MagMag dateHostDist (Mpc)m-MSourceScoreMagSNLCFinderNotesClassificationRedshiftReference

ATTIC TARGETS

Moved from target list as they are either too faint, or were last observed more than one month ago


Name ↓Coords ↓Last lim. ↓First det. ↓Mag ↓Mag date ↓Host ↓Dist (Mpc) ↓m-M ↓Source ↓Score ↓Mag ↓SN ↓LC ↓FinderNotes ↓
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