2005ApJ...634..210G


Query : 2005ApJ...634..210G

2005ApJ...634..210G - Astrophys. J., 634, 210-226 (2005/November-3)

Chemistry and star formation in the host galaxies of type Ia supernovae.

GALLAGHER J.S., GARNAVICH P.M., BERLIND P., CHALLIS P., JHA S. and KIRSHNER R.P.

Abstract (from CDS):

We study the effect of environment on the properties of Type Ia supernovae by analyzing the integrated spectra of 57 local Type Ia supernova host galaxies. We deduce from the spectra the metallicity, current star formation rate, and star formation history of the host and compare these to the supernova decline rates. Additionally, we compare the host properties to the difference between the derived supernova distance and the distance determined from the best-fit Hubble law. From this we investigate possible uncorrected systematic effects inherent in the calibration of Type Ia supernova luminosities using light-curve fitting techniques. Our results indicate a statistically insignificant correlation in the direction of higher metallicity spiral galaxies hosting fainter Type Ia supernovae. However, we present qualitative evidence suggesting that progenitor age is more likely to be the source of variability in supernova peak luminosities than is metallicity. We do not find a correlation between the supernova decline rate and host galaxy absolute B magnitude, nor do we find evidence of a significant relationship between decline rate and current host galaxy star formation rate. A tenuous correlation is observed between the supernova Hubble residuals and host galaxy metallicities. Further host galaxy observations will be needed to refine the significance of this result. Finally, we characterize the environmental property distributions for Type Ia supernova host galaxies through a comparison with two larger, more general galaxy distributions using Kolmogorov-Smirnov tests. The results show the host galaxy metallicity distribution to be similar to the metallicity distributions of the galaxies of the NFGS and SDSS. Significant differences are observed between the SN Ia distributions of absolute B magnitude and star formation histories and the corresponding distributions of galaxies in the NFGS and SDSS. Among these is an abrupt upper limit observed in the distribution of star formation histories of the host galaxy sample, suggesting a Type Ia supernovae characteristic delay time lower limit of approximately 2.0 Gyr. Other distribution discrepancies are investigated and the effects on the supernova properties are discussed.

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Journal keyword(s): Cosmology: Distance Scale - Stars: Supernovae: General

Simbad objects: 114

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Number of rows : 114
N Identifier Otype ICRS (J2000)
RA
ICRS (J2000)
DEC
Mag U Mag B Mag V Mag R Mag I Sp type #ref
1850 - 2023
#notes
1 UGC 139 EmG 00 14 31.872 -00 44 15.63   14.80   14.1 13.8 ~ 101 0
2 SN 1998dk SN* 00 14 32.16 -00 44 10.9   14.93       SNIa 57 1
3 NGC 105 G 00 25 16.7518787184 +12 53 01.913865576   14.1       ~ 57 0
4 SN 1997cw SN* 00 25 17.27 +12 53 06.2   16.00       SNIapec 40 1
5 SN 1996bl SN* 00 36 17.97 +11 23 40.5   17.05 16.63     SNIa 61 1
6 2MASX J00361813+1123354 G 00 36 18.1352990376 +11 23 35.024434368           ~ 14 1
7 NGC 252 GiG 00 48 01.5069897792 +27 37 26.093379360   13.4 12.49     ~ 81 0
8 SN 1998de SN* 00 48 06.88 +27 37 28.5   17.56       SNIapec 84 1
9 UGC 646 GiG 01 03 26.3722455744 +32 14 14.560703628   15.0       ~ 60 0
10 SN 1998ef SN* 01 03 26.87 +32 14 12.4   15.21       SNIa 66 1
11 SN 1998dm SN* 01 26 13.97 -06 06 14.0   14.70       SNIa 61 1
12 UGCA 17 EmG 01 26 14.419 -06 05 39.01   13.8   13.7 13.1 ~ 83 0
13 NGC 632 GiP 01 37 17.5654465512 +05 52 38.153863848   13.5       ~ 122 0
14 SN 1998es SN* 01 37 17.60 +05 52 50.6   13.99       SNIapec 114 1
15 NGC 673 GiG 01 48 22.461 +11 31 17.64   13.3       ~ 90 0
16 SN 1996bo SN* 01 48 22.86 +11 31 15.1           SNIa 72 1
17 SN 1995ak SN* 02 45 48.83 +03 13 50.1   16.23 16.07     SNIa 62 1
18 IC 1844 LSB 02 45 49.3385686248 +03 13 51.232520460   15.0       ~ 37 0
19 SN 1992bp SN* 03 36 37.95 -18 21 13.7   18.53 18.37     SNIa 64 1
20 LEDA 869197 G 03 36 38.3 -18 21 12           ~ 10 1
21 UGC 3151 GiG 04 45 19.616 +11 04 04.53   16.5       ~ 52 0
22 SN 1995bd SN* 04 45 21.24 +11 04 02.5   17.29       SNIapec 65 1
23 SN 1993ac SN* 05 46 23.58 +63 22 07.1   18.36 17.71     SNIa 57 1
24 NVSS J054624+632132 rG 05 46 24.6164052000 +63 21 32.616771588   15.7       ~ 31 0
25 SN 1996bv SN* 06 16 13.0 +57 03 10   15.38       SNIa 53 1
26 UGC 3432 G 06 16 13.650 +57 03 05.37   15.5       ~ 43 0
27 SN 1997E SN* 06 47 38.10 +74 29 51.0   15.59       SNIa 53 1
28 NGC 2258 AGN 06 47 46.2009489480 +74 28 54.536253852   13.2       ~ 54 0
29 SN 1998ec SN* 06 53 06.11 +50 02 22.1   16.16       SNIa 55 1
30 UGC 3576 GiG 06 53 06.9526355592 +50 02 03.003165384   14.6       ~ 46 0
31 SN 1997do SN* 07 26 42.50 +47 05 36.0   14.27       SNIa 66 1
32 UGC 3845 G 07 26 42.7115954976 +47 05 38.765551884   13.6       ~ 47 0
33 NGC 2441 GiG 07 51 54.6864254040 +73 00 56.553791256   12.7       ~ 97 0
34 SN 1995E SN* 07 51 56.75 +73 00 34.6   16.81 15.9     SNIa 115 1
35 NGC 2595 H2G 08 27 42.0263359560 +21 28 44.704954668   13.9       ~ 178 0
36 SN 1999aa SN* 08 27 42.03 +21 29 14.8           SNIap 244 1
37 2MASX J08543185+3630346 GiG 08 54 31.8345585168 +36 30 34.647415092   15.7       ~ 23 0
38 SN 1999X SN* 08 54 32.23 +36 30 41.1   16.45       SNIa 36 1
39 SN 1999by SN* 09 21 52.07 +51 00 06.6   13.66       SNIap 277 1
40 NGC 2841 LIN 09 22 02.6778711696 +50 58 35.737082868 10.43 10.09 9.22     ~ 1040 1
41 SN 1996Z SN* 09 36 44.82 -21 08 51.7   14.63 14.2     SNIa 41 1
42 NGC 2935 EmG 09 36 44.8527810504 -21 07 41.560449096   11.84 10.04 10.44 11.6 ~ 127 1
43 NGC 2962 GiP 09 40 53.9321546928 +05 09 57.032828496   13.1       ~ 194 0
44 SN 1995D SN* 09 40 54.753 +05 08 26.16   13.42 13.22     SNIa 147 1
45 SN 1995al SN* 09 50 55.97 +33 33 09.4   13.36 13.22     SNIa 99 1
46 NGC 3021 GiG 09 50 57.1456156056 +33 33 12.934404072   12.6       ~ 179 0
47 [MHW92] 100643-2624.0 G 10 06 43 -26 24.0           ~ 5 1
48 SN 1992J SN* 10 09 00.30 -26 38 24.4   17.88 17.54     SNIa 47 1
49 NGC 3147 Sy2 10 16 53.6388580752 +73 24 02.641798224   11.43 10.61     ~ 463 2
50 SN 1997bq SN* 10 17 05.33 +73 23 02.1   14.57       SNIa 65 1
51 M 96 GiP 10 46 45.744 +11 49 11.78 10.42 10.15 9.25 8.99   ~ 790 1
52 SN 1998bu SN* 10 46 46.01 +11 50 07.5   12.11       SNIa 309 1
53 SN 1994ae SN* 10 47 01.94 +17 16 30.8   13.20 12.99     SNIa 167 1
54 NGC 3370 GiG 10 47 04.0734572856 +17 16 25.315359780   12.4       ~ 235 0
55 SN 1989B SN* 11 20 13.93 +13 00 18.9   12.25       SNIa 354 1
56 M 66 GiP 11 20 15.026 +12 59 28.64 9.85 9.65 8.92     ~ 1296 4
57 SN 1998aq SN* 11 56 25.87 +55 07 43.2   12.31 14.9     SNIa 179 1
58 NGC 3982 Sy1 11 56 28.1445516072 +55 07 30.859586652   12.20 11.70 11.18   ~ 522 1
59 SN 1991bg SN* 12 25 03.70 +12 52 15.6   14.75 14.3     SNIapec 570 1
60 M 84 Sy2 12 25 03.74333 +12 53 13.1393 12.67 12.09 10.49     ~ 1715 2
61 NGC 4493 G 12 31 08.3696052552 +00 36 49.347407340   14.851   13.405   ~ 64 0
62 SN 1994M SN* 12 31 08.61 +00 36 19.6   16.31 16.24     SNIa 91 1
63 SN 1994S SN* 12 31 21.85 +29 08 04.0   14.80 14.77     SNIa 107 1
64 NGC 4495 LIN 12 31 22.907 +29 08 10.93   14.19 13.46     ~ 91 0
65 SN 1994D SN* 12 34 02.395 +07 42 05.70   11.75 12.03     SNIa 536 1
66 IRAS 12315+0758 GiG 12 34 03.029 +07 41 56.90   10.6       ~ 642 0
67 NGC 4527 GiP 12 34 08.496 +02 39 13.72   12.4       ~ 519 2
68 SN 1991T SN* 12 34 10.20 +02 39 56.4   11.70 11.51     SNIapec 749 1
69 NGC 4536 GiP 12 34 27.129 +02 11 16.37 11.14 11.16 10.55 17.393   ~ 815 3
70 SN 1981B SN* 12 34 29.57 +02 11 59.3   11.74       SNIa 394 1
71 SN 1992P SN* 12 42 48.93 +10 21 36.2   16.14 16.09     SNIa 73 1
72 IC 3690 rG 12 42 49.233 +10 21 26.85   15.3       ~ 62 0
73 NGC 4639 GiP 12 42 52.3785000336 +13 15 26.706153600   13.62 12.72     ~ 589 0
74 SN 1990N SN* 12 42 56.68 +13 15 23.4   12.69 12.62     SNIa 384 1
75 SN 1997bp SN* 12 46 53.75 -11 38 33.2   14.15 13.79     SNIapec 85 1
76 NGC 4680 GiG 12 46 54.749 -11 38 13.34   13   12.14   ~ 78 0
77 NGC 4704 Sy2 12 48 46.4268385512 +41 55 16.509765900   14.8       ~ 69 0
78 SN 1998ab SN* 12 48 47.24 +41 55 28.3   15.94       SNIapec 67 1
79 NGC 5005 GiP 13 10 56.312 +37 03 32.19   14.67 13.67     ~ 525 2
80 SN 1996ai SN* 13 10 58.13 +37 03 35.4   16.94 15.0     SNIa 54 1
81 SN 1997br SN* 13 20 42.40 -22 02 12.3   14.06       SNIapec 104 1
82 ESO 576-40 GiP 13 20 43.744 -22 03 03.92   14.66   13.67 13.9 ~ 83 0
83 SN 1991U SN* 13 23 22.00 -26 06 30.0   16.67 16.35     SNIa 53 1
84 IC 4232 EmG 13 23 22.4372908680 -26 06 34.287178284   14.57   13.30   ~ 34 0
85 SN 1992ag SN* 13 24 09.85 -23 52 43.7   16.64 16.15     SNIa 62 1
86 ESO 508-67 EmG 13 24 10.521 -23 52 38.85   15.21   14.04   ~ 34 0
87 SN 1996C SN* 13 50 48.60 +49 19 07.1   16.53 16.48     SNIa 75 1
88 MCG+08-25-047 G 13 50 48.8362920864 +49 18 54.526082652           ~ 21 0
89 SN 1998D SN* 14 02 59.28 +34 44 54.3       15.5   SNIa 20 1
90 NGC 5440 GiG 14 03 01.0401315888 +34 45 28.261378260   13.4       ~ 64 0
91 NGC 5490 rG 14 09 57.330 +17 32 43.53   13.4 15.5     ~ 161 1
92 SN 1997cn SN* 14 09 57.76 +17 32 32.3   17.2 16.7     SNIapec 81 1
93 SN 1996ab SN* 15 21 08.35 +27 55 36.8   19.47 19.55     SNIa 34 1
94 2MASX J15210905+2755210 LIN 15 21 09.0284054040 +27 55 21.294223464   16.04       ~ 12 0
95 NGC 6038 LIN 16 02 40.5485050152 +37 21 34.156462788   14.4       ~ 51 0
96 SN 1999cc SN* 16 02 42.03 +37 21 34.4   16.78       SNIa 74 1
97 NGC 6063 G 16 07 13.0021003512 +07 58 44.434838856   14.1       ~ 142 0
98 SN 1999ac SN* 16 07 15.01 +07 58 20.4   14.34       SNIap 132 1
99 SN 1994Q SN* 16 49 51.13 +40 25 55.8   16.35 16.31     SNIa 62 1
100 Z 224-104 GiC 16 49 51.1674844776 +40 26 00.095310384   15.7       ~ 26 0
101 MCG+03-44-003 G 17 15 34.3738986216 +16 19 29.713024704   15.1       ~ 27 0
102 SN 1990O SN* 17 15 35.92 +16 19 25.8   16.59 16.22     SNIa 75 1
103 SN 1999da SN* 17 35 22.96 +60 48 49.3   16.84       SNIa 59 1
104 NGC 6411 G 17 35 32.8446342384 +60 48 48.236693796   13.2       ~ 111 0
105 SN 1998bp SN* 17 54 50.74 +18 19 50.5   15.73       SNIa 69 1
106 NGC 6495 GiG 17 54 50.7755269728 +18 19 36.669498852   13.8       ~ 53 0
107 UGC 11149 G 18 11 09.7439290440 +49 51 52.814417148   16.0       ~ 24 0
108 SN 1998dx SN* 18 11 11.89 +49 51 40.7   17.71       SNIa 44 1
109 SN 1998V SN* 18 22 37.40 +15 42 08.4   15.07       SNIa 64 1
110 NGC 6627 G 18 22 38.921 +15 41 52.73   14.5       ~ 46 0
111 MCG+10-27-012 G 19 24 29.0747667768 +59 42 01.664235612   15.3       ~ 8 0
112 V* KL Dra CV* 19 24 38.2451853000 +59 41 46.722283224   16.8       DB+ 58 1
113 SN 2000E SN* 20 37 13.77 +66 05 50.2   12.85       SNIa 85 1
114 NGC 6951 Sy2 20 37 14.1228088488 +66 06 20.049916392   11.64 10.65     ~ 513 2

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