The Young Supernova Experiment Data Release 1 (YSE DR1): light curves and photometric classification of 1975 supernovae

P. D. Aleo, K. Malanchev, S. Sharief, D. O. Jones, G. Narayan, R. J. Foley, V. A. Villar, C. R. Angus, V. F. Baldassare, M. J. Bustamante-Rosell, D. Chatterjee, C. Cold, D. A. Coulter, K. W. Davis, S. Dhawan, M. R. Drout, A. Engel, K. D. French, A. Gagliano, C. GallJ. Hjorth, M. E. Huber, W. V. Jacobson-Galán, C. D. Kilpatrick, D. Langeroodi, P. Macias, K. S. Mandel, R. Margutti, F. Matasić, P. McGill, J. D. R. Pierel, E. Ramirez-Ruiz, C. L. Ransome, C. Rojas-Bravo, M. R. Siebert, K. W. Smith, K. M. de Soto, M. C. Stroh, S. Tinyanont, K. Taggart, S. M. Ward, R. Wojtak, K. Auchettl, P. K. Blanchard, T. J. L. de Boer, B. M. Boyd, C. M. Carroll, K. C. Chambers, L. DeMarchi, S. J. Smartt, Young Supernova Experiment

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Abstract

We present the Young Supernova Experiment Data Release 1 (YSE DR1), comprised of processed multicolor PanSTARRS1 griz and Zwicky Transient Facility (ZTF) gr photometry of 1975 transients with host–galaxy associations, redshifts, spectroscopic and/or photometric classifications, and additional data products from 2019 November 24 to 2021 December 20. YSE DR1 spans discoveries and observations from young and fast-rising supernovae (SNe) to transients that persist for over a year, with a redshift distribution reaching z ≈ 0.5. We present relative SN rates from YSE’s magnitude- and volume-limited surveys, which are consistent with previously published values within estimated uncertainties for untargeted surveys. We combine YSE and ZTF data, and create multisurvey SN simulations to train the ParSNIP and SuperRAENN photometric classification algorithms; when validating our ParSNIP classifier on 472 spectroscopically classified YSE DR1 SNe, we achieve 82% accuracy across three SN classes (SNe Ia, II, Ib/Ic) and 90% accuracy across two SN classes (SNe Ia, core-collapse SNe). Our classifier performs particularly well on SNe Ia, with high (>90%) individual completeness and purity, which will help build an anchor photometric SNe Ia sample for cosmology. We then use our photometric classifier to characterize our photometric sample of 1483 SNe, labeling 1048 (∼71%) SNe Ia, 339 (∼23%) SNe II, and 96 (∼6%) SNe Ib/Ic. YSE DR1 provides a training ground for building discovery, anomaly detection, and classification algorithms, performing cosmological analyses, understanding the nature of red and rare transients, exploring tidal disruption events and nuclear variability, and preparing for the forthcoming Vera C. Rubin Observatory Legacy Survey of Space and Time.
Original languageEnglish
Article number9
JournalAstrophysical Journal Supplement
Volume266
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 02 May 2023

Keywords

  • 330
  • High-Energy Phenomena and Fundamental Physics

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