The Carnegie Supernova Project II Observations of SN 2014ab possibly revealing a 2010jl-like SN IIn with pre-existing dust

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The Carnegie Supernova Project II Observations of SN 2014ab possibly revealing a 2010jl-like SN IIn with pre-existing dust. / Moriya, T. J.; Stritzinger, M. D.; Taddia, F.; Morrell, N.; Suntzeff, N. B.; Contreras, C.; Gall, C.; Hjorth, J.; Ashall, C.; Burns, C. R.; Busta, L.; Campillay, A.; Castellon, S.; Corco, C.; Davis, S.; Galbany, L.; Gonzalez, C.; Holmbo, S.; Hsiao, E. Y.; Maund, J. R.; Phillips, M. M.

In: Astronomy & Astrophysics, Vol. 641, A148, 23.09.2020.

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Moriya, TJ, Stritzinger, MD, Taddia, F, Morrell, N, Suntzeff, NB, Contreras, C, Gall, C, Hjorth, J, Ashall, C, Burns, CR, Busta, L, Campillay, A, Castellon, S, Corco, C, Davis, S, Galbany, L, Gonzalez, C, Holmbo, S, Hsiao, EY, Maund, JR & Phillips, MM 2020, 'The Carnegie Supernova Project II Observations of SN 2014ab possibly revealing a 2010jl-like SN IIn with pre-existing dust', Astronomy & Astrophysics, vol. 641, A148. https://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/202038118

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Moriya, T. J., Stritzinger, M. D., Taddia, F., Morrell, N., Suntzeff, N. B., Contreras, C., Gall, C., Hjorth, J., Ashall, C., Burns, C. R., Busta, L., Campillay, A., Castellon, S., Corco, C., Davis, S., Galbany, L., Gonzalez, C., Holmbo, S., Hsiao, E. Y., ... Phillips, M. M. (2020). The Carnegie Supernova Project II Observations of SN 2014ab possibly revealing a 2010jl-like SN IIn with pre-existing dust. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 641, [A148]. https://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/202038118

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Moriya TJ, Stritzinger MD, Taddia F, Morrell N, Suntzeff NB, Contreras C et al. The Carnegie Supernova Project II Observations of SN 2014ab possibly revealing a 2010jl-like SN IIn with pre-existing dust. Astronomy & Astrophysics. 2020 Sep 23;641. A148. https://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/202038118

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Moriya, T. J. ; Stritzinger, M. D. ; Taddia, F. ; Morrell, N. ; Suntzeff, N. B. ; Contreras, C. ; Gall, C. ; Hjorth, J. ; Ashall, C. ; Burns, C. R. ; Busta, L. ; Campillay, A. ; Castellon, S. ; Corco, C. ; Davis, S. ; Galbany, L. ; Gonzalez, C. ; Holmbo, S. ; Hsiao, E. Y. ; Maund, J. R. ; Phillips, M. M. / The Carnegie Supernova Project II Observations of SN 2014ab possibly revealing a 2010jl-like SN IIn with pre-existing dust. In: Astronomy & Astrophysics. 2020 ; Vol. 641.

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title = "The Carnegie Supernova Project II Observations of SN 2014ab possibly revealing a 2010jl-like SN IIn with pre-existing dust",
abstract = "We present optical and near-infrared photometry and spectroscopy of the Type IIn supernova, (SN) 2014ab, obtained by the Carnegie Supernova Project II and initiated immediately after its optical discovery. We also study public mid-infrared photometry obtained by the Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer satellite extending from 56 days prior to the optical discovery to over 1600 days. The light curve of SN 2014ab evolves slowly, while the spectra exhibit strong emission features produced from the interaction between rapidly expanding ejecta and dense circumstellar matter. The light curve and spectral properties are very similar to those of SN 2010jl. The estimated mass-loss rate of the progenitor of SN 2014ab is of the order of 0.1 M-circle dot yr(-1) under the assumption of spherically symmetric circumstellar matter and steady mass loss. Although the mid-infrared luminosity increases due to emission from dust, which is characterized by a blackbody temperature close to the dust evaporation temperature (similar to 2000 K), there were no clear signatures of in situ dust formation observed within the cold dense shell located behind the forward shock in SN 2014ab in the early phases. Mid-infrared emission of SN 2014ab may originate from pre-existing dust located within dense circumstellar matter that is heated by the SN shock or shock-driven radiation. Finally, for the benefit of the community, we also present five near-infrared spectra of SN 2010jl obtained between 450 to 1300 days post-discovery in the appendix.",
keywords = "supernovae: general, supernovae: individual: SN 2014ab, supernovae: individual: SN 2010jl, circumstellar matter, CORE-COLLAPSE SUPERNOVAE, NEUTRAL OXYGEN SPECTRUM, INTERACTING SUPERNOVAE, INFRARED PHOTOMETRY, OPTICAL TRANSIENT, LOW-MASS, NGC 300, EJECTA, STAR, PROGENITOR",
author = "Moriya, {T. J.} and Stritzinger, {M. D.} and F. Taddia and N. Morrell and Suntzeff, {N. B.} and C. Contreras and C. Gall and J. Hjorth and C. Ashall and Burns, {C. R.} and L. Busta and A. Campillay and S. Castellon and C. Corco and S. Davis and L. Galbany and C. Gonzalez and S. Holmbo and Hsiao, {E. Y.} and Maund, {J. R.} and Phillips, {M. M.}",
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T1 - The Carnegie Supernova Project II Observations of SN 2014ab possibly revealing a 2010jl-like SN IIn with pre-existing dust

AU - Moriya, T. J.

AU - Stritzinger, M. D.

AU - Taddia, F.

AU - Morrell, N.

AU - Suntzeff, N. B.

AU - Contreras, C.

AU - Gall, C.

AU - Hjorth, J.

AU - Ashall, C.

AU - Burns, C. R.

AU - Busta, L.

AU - Campillay, A.

AU - Castellon, S.

AU - Corco, C.

AU - Davis, S.

AU - Galbany, L.

AU - Gonzalez, C.

AU - Holmbo, S.

AU - Hsiao, E. Y.

AU - Maund, J. R.

AU - Phillips, M. M.

PY - 2020/9/23

Y1 - 2020/9/23

N2 - We present optical and near-infrared photometry and spectroscopy of the Type IIn supernova, (SN) 2014ab, obtained by the Carnegie Supernova Project II and initiated immediately after its optical discovery. We also study public mid-infrared photometry obtained by the Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer satellite extending from 56 days prior to the optical discovery to over 1600 days. The light curve of SN 2014ab evolves slowly, while the spectra exhibit strong emission features produced from the interaction between rapidly expanding ejecta and dense circumstellar matter. The light curve and spectral properties are very similar to those of SN 2010jl. The estimated mass-loss rate of the progenitor of SN 2014ab is of the order of 0.1 M-circle dot yr(-1) under the assumption of spherically symmetric circumstellar matter and steady mass loss. Although the mid-infrared luminosity increases due to emission from dust, which is characterized by a blackbody temperature close to the dust evaporation temperature (similar to 2000 K), there were no clear signatures of in situ dust formation observed within the cold dense shell located behind the forward shock in SN 2014ab in the early phases. Mid-infrared emission of SN 2014ab may originate from pre-existing dust located within dense circumstellar matter that is heated by the SN shock or shock-driven radiation. Finally, for the benefit of the community, we also present five near-infrared spectra of SN 2010jl obtained between 450 to 1300 days post-discovery in the appendix.

AB - We present optical and near-infrared photometry and spectroscopy of the Type IIn supernova, (SN) 2014ab, obtained by the Carnegie Supernova Project II and initiated immediately after its optical discovery. We also study public mid-infrared photometry obtained by the Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer satellite extending from 56 days prior to the optical discovery to over 1600 days. The light curve of SN 2014ab evolves slowly, while the spectra exhibit strong emission features produced from the interaction between rapidly expanding ejecta and dense circumstellar matter. The light curve and spectral properties are very similar to those of SN 2010jl. The estimated mass-loss rate of the progenitor of SN 2014ab is of the order of 0.1 M-circle dot yr(-1) under the assumption of spherically symmetric circumstellar matter and steady mass loss. Although the mid-infrared luminosity increases due to emission from dust, which is characterized by a blackbody temperature close to the dust evaporation temperature (similar to 2000 K), there were no clear signatures of in situ dust formation observed within the cold dense shell located behind the forward shock in SN 2014ab in the early phases. Mid-infrared emission of SN 2014ab may originate from pre-existing dust located within dense circumstellar matter that is heated by the SN shock or shock-driven radiation. Finally, for the benefit of the community, we also present five near-infrared spectra of SN 2010jl obtained between 450 to 1300 days post-discovery in the appendix.

KW - supernovae: general

KW - supernovae: individual: SN 2014ab

KW - supernovae: individual: SN 2010jl

KW - circumstellar matter

KW - CORE-COLLAPSE SUPERNOVAE

KW - NEUTRAL OXYGEN SPECTRUM

KW - INTERACTING SUPERNOVAE

KW - INFRARED PHOTOMETRY

KW - OPTICAL TRANSIENT

KW - LOW-MASS

KW - NGC 300

KW - EJECTA

KW - STAR

KW - PROGENITOR

U2 - 10.1051/0004-6361/202038118

DO - 10.1051/0004-6361/202038118

M3 - Journal article

VL - 641

JO - Astronomy and Astrophysics Supplement Series

JF - Astronomy and Astrophysics Supplement Series

SN - 0004-6361

M1 - A148

ER -

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