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GCN Circular 18371

Subject
LIGO/Virgo G184098: Update to LT Spectroscopy of PS15ccx
Date
2015-09-27T16:15:17Z (9 years ago)
From
Iain Steele at Liverpool/JMU <i.a.steele@ljmu.ac.uk>
I.A Steele, C.M. Copperwheat, A.S. Piascik (Liverpool JMU)
report on behalf of the larger ARI-LJMU collaboration

In further analysis of the LT spectrum reported in GCN 18370 of PS15ccx
we have now succeeded in obtaining a classification of the spectrum
using SNID by truncating the wavelength range to between 4500 and
7500 Angstroms to remove the regions of poorest signal to noise ratio.

SNID reports a 96% probability that the transient is a Supernova Type Ia
at age 15-23 days post maximum with z~0.097.



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