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Title: Core-collapse SNe of type IIP and their progenitors: The case study of PNV J01315945+3328458
Authors: Dastidar, R
Kumar, B
Sahu, D. K
Misra, K
Singh, M
Gangopadhyay, A
Anapuma, G. C
Pandey, S. B
Keywords: Astronomy;Astrophysics;Supernovae;Photometry;Extragalactic
Issue Date: Apr-2018
Publisher: Bulletin de la Societe Royale des Sciences de Liege
Citation: Bulletin de la Societe Royale des Sciences de Liege, Vol. 87, pp. 356-359
Abstract: The type II supernovae (SNe) are hydrogen-rich cosmic explosions resulting from the collapse of massive stars. The impetus of studying individual events arises from its cosmological importance and the diverse understanding of the evolution and explosion mechanism of such events. In this work, we present the preliminary photometric and spectroscopic analysis of a recent type IIP explosion, PNV J01315945+3328458 in the galaxy NGC 582. While the initial phases of these energetic events are bright enough to be observed with the 1-2m class telescopes, the supernovae fade below the detection limit of these telescopes in the nebular phase. In addition, the class of sub-luminous events with Mv ˜ -15 or the events occurring at higher redshift, fade below the detection limit of these telescopes very early in their evolution. Large aperture telescopes like the newly installed 3.6m Devasthal Optical Telescope (DOT) will ensure a longer coverage of such events and also to probe deeper into the Universe. With the 3.6m telescope installed in Devasthal (DOT), we plan to study the progenitor environment of CCSNe to infer the metallicity at the explosion site.
Description: Open Access
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2248/7300
ISSN: 0037-9565
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