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2010AJ....139..594G - Astron. J., 139, 594-605 (2010/February-0)

The type Ia supernova rate in radio and infrared galaxies from the Canada-France-Hawaii telescope supernova legacy survey.

GRAHAM M.L., PRITCHET C.J., SULLIVAN M., HOWELL D.A., GWYN S.D.J., ASTIER P., BALLAND C., BASA S., CARLBERG R.G., CONLEY A., FOUCHEZ D., GUY J., HARDIN D., HOOK I.M., PAIN R., PERRETT K., REGNAULT N., RICH J., BALAM D., FABBRO S., HSIAO E.Y., MOURAO A., PALANQUE-DELABROUILLE N., PERLMUTTER S., RUHLMANN-KLEIDER V., SUZUKI N., FAKHOURI H.K. and WALKER E.S.

Abstract (from CDS):

We have combined the large SN Ia database of the Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope Supernova Legacy Survey and catalogs of galaxies with photometric redshifts, Very Large Array 1.4 GHz radio sources, and Spitzer infrared sources. We present eight SNe Ia in early-type host galaxies which have counterparts in the radio and infrared source catalogs. We find the SN Ia rate in subsets of radio and infrared early-type galaxies is ∼1-5 times the rate in all early-type galaxies, and that any enhancement is always ≲2σ. Rates in these subsets are consistent with predictions of the two-component "A+B" SN Ia rate model. Since infrared properties of radio SN Ia hosts indicate dust-obscured star formation, we incorporate infrared star formation rates into the "A+B" model. We also show the properties of SNe Ia in radio and infrared galaxies suggest the hosts contain dust and support a continuum of delay time distributions (DTDs) for SNe Ia, although other DTDs cannot be ruled out based on our data.

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