SNe discovered in the galaxy Arp 299.
|SN name||Disc. Ref.||SN type||Class. Ref.|
|1992bu||van Buren et al. (1994)||?||NA|
|1993G||Treffers et al. (1993)||IIL||Filippenko et al. (1993); Tsvetkov (1994)|
|1998T||Li et al. (1998)||Ib||Li et al. (1998)|
|1999D||Qiu et al. (1999)||II||Jha et al. (1999)|
|2005U||Mattila et al. (2005)||IIb||Modjaz et al. (2005); Leonard & Cenko (2005)|
|2010O||Newton et al. (2010)||Ib||Mattila et al. (2010)|
|2010P||Mattila & Kankare (2010)||IIb||Ryder et al. (2010); Herrero-Illana et al. (2012)1|
Notes. In the first column we list the SN name, followed by the discovery reference in Col. 2. We then list the SN type classification, followed by the relevant reference.
Originally this event was classified as “IIb/Ib” and hence was not part of the sample analysed in earlier sections. Herrero-Illana et al. (2012) have recently claimed that radio observations constrain this to be of type IIb nature.
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