R/r photometry for 57 PTF SNe added to OSC, e.g. https://t.co/O2ZpCqy9Zo https://t.co/lMqiVevLpp https://t.co/sXo6oz7G9f
We report the following transient found by the ATLAS survey (see Tonry et al. ATel #8680). ATLAS is a twin 0.5m... https://t.co/V7ACG3ssTu

Welcome to the open supernova catalog! The goal of this catalog is to act as a centralized, open repository for supernova metadata, light curves, and spectra. The data on this page is scraped from various supernova data repositories, both defunct and active, and from individual papers that have published their data in machine-readable form. If you use this data, please reference the cited sources of that data. We’d also appreciate if you referenced the paper describing this catalog. Thanks!

The table below is auto-updated from a GitHub repository which encodes the data on each event as a series of ASCII files in JSON format. The entirety of the data available for any supernova can be downloaded by clicking the icon in the Data column. If you would like to contribute data yourself, please visit our contribute page. If you are aware of a source of data that is already available either online or in the literature, please add the source of data to our to do list. If you spot any mistakes, please create a new issue on our GitHub issue tracking page, or contact us via e-mail.

NameAliasesDisc. DateMax DatemmaxMmaxHost NameR.A.Dec.Host R.A.Host Dec.Host Offset (")Host Offset (kpc)Instruments/Bandszv (km/s)dL (Mpc)TypeE(B-V)Phot.Spec.RadioX-rayReferencesData
NameAliasesDisc. DateMax DatemmaxMmaxHost NameR.A.Dec.Host R.A.Host Dec.Host Offset (")Host Offset (kpc)Instruments/Bandszv (km/s)dL (Mpc)TypeE(B-V)Phot.Spec.RadioX-rayReferencesData
Last modified August 29 2016, 02:08:34 [UTC].

 

Tips for searching: Individual column searches (the text boxes at the bottom of the table) support basic logical operators. Criteria can be comma separated to match multiple criteria, e.g. NGC, UGC in the host field would return entries that match one or the other. Surrounding a selection in double quotes will enforce an exact match, e.g. “Ia” will match Ia and not Ia P. Adding an exclamation point to your query will negate the query, e.g. !PTF in the name column will return all events without PTF in its name. For numeric columns basic limits and ranges are supported; for instance, to search for events with redshifts less than 0.2, enter <0.2 into the z column filter field at the bottom of the table. Our search syntax currently supports <, >, <=, >=, ranges (e.g. 0.2 – 0.4), and multiple simultaneous criteria (e.g. OR) when individual rules are comma separated (e.g. <0.2, 1.0 – 1.5).

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