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PESSTO: survey description and products from the first data release by the Public ESO Spectroscopic Survey of Transient Objects

PESSTO: survey description and products from the first data release by the Public ESO Spectroscopic Survey of Transient Objects
PESSTO: survey description and products from the first data release by the Public ESO Spectroscopic Survey of Transient Objects
Context. The Public European Southern Observatory Spectroscopic Survey of Transient Objects (PESSTO) began as a public spectroscopic survey in April 2012. PESSTO classifies transients from publicly available sources and wide-field surveys, and selects science targets for detailed spectroscopic and photometric follow-up. PESSTO runs for nine months of the year, January – April and August – December inclusive, and typically has allocations of 10 nights per month.

Aims. We describe the data reduction strategy and data products that are publicly available through the ESO archive as the Spectroscopic Survey data release 1 (SSDR1).

Methods. PESSTO uses the New Technology Telescope with the instruments EFOSC2 and SOFI to provide optical and NIR spectroscopy and imaging. We target supernovae and optical transients brighter than 20.5m for classification. Science targets are selected for follow-up based on the PESSTO science goal of extending knowledge of the extremes of the supernova population. We use standard EFOSC2 set-ups providing spectra with resolutions of 13–18 Å between 3345?9995 Å. A subset of the brighter science targets are selected for SOFI spectroscopy with the blue and red grisms (0.935?2.53 ?m and resolutions 23?33 Å) and imaging with broadband JHKs filters.

Results. This first data release (SSDR1) contains flux calibrated spectra from the first year (April 2012–2013). A total of 221 confirmed supernovae were classified, and we released calibrated optical spectra and classifications publicly within 24 h of the data being taken (via WISeREP). The data in SSDR1 replace those released spectra. They have more reliable and quantifiable flux calibrations, correction for telluric absorption, and are made available in standard ESO Phase 3 formats. We estimate the absolute accuracy of the flux calibrations for EFOSC2 across the whole survey in SSDR1 to be typically ~15%, although a number of spectra will have less reliable absolute flux calibration because of weather and slit losses. Acquisition images for each spectrum are available which, in principle, can allow the user to refine the absolute flux calibration. The standard NIR reduction process does not produce high accuracy absolute spectrophotometry but synthetic photometry with accompanying JHKs imaging can improve this. Whenever possible, reduced SOFI images are provided to allow this.

Conclusions. Future data releases will focus on improving the automated flux calibration of the data products. The rapid turnaround between discovery and classification and access to reliable pipeline processed data products has allowed early science papers in the first few months of the survey.
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Zampieri, L.
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Smartt, S.J., Valenti, S., Fraser, M., Inserra, C., Young, D.R., Sullivan, M., Pastorello, A., Benetti, S., Gal-Yam, A., Knapic, C., Molinaro, M., Smareglia, R., Smith, K.W., Taubenberger, S., Yaron, O., Anderson, J.P., Ashall, C., Balland, C., Baltay, C., Barbarino, C., Bauer, F.E., Baumont, S., Bersier, D., Blagorodnova, N., Bongard, S., Botticella, M.T., Bufano, F., Bulla, M., Cappellaro, E., Campbell, H., Cellier-Holzem, F., Chen, T.-W., Childress, M.J., Clocchiatti, A., Contreras, C., Dall’Ora, M., Danziger, J., de Jaeger, T., De Cia, A., Della Valle, M., Dennefeld, M., Elias-Rosa, N., Elman, N., Feindt, U., Fleury, M., Gall, E., Gonzalez-Gaitan, S., Galbany, L., Morales Garoffolo, A., Greggio, L., Guillou, L.L., Hachinger, S., Hadjiyska, E., Hage, P.E., Hillebrandt, W., Hodgkin, S., Hsiao, E.Y., James, P.A., Jerkstrand, A., Kangas, T., Kankare, E., Kotak, R., Kromer, M., Kuncarayakti, H., Leloudas, G., Lundqvist, P., Lyman, J.D., Hook, I.M., Maguire, K., Manulis, I., Margheim, S.J., Mattila, S., Maund, J.R., Mazzali, P.A., McCrum, M., McKinnon, R., Moreno-Raya, M.E., Nicholl, M., Nugent, P., Pain, R., Pignata, G., Phillips, M.M., Polshaw, J., Pumo, M.L., Rabinowitz, D., Reilly, E., Romero-Cañizales, C., Scalzo, R., Schmidt, B., Schulze, S., Sim, S., Sollerman, J., Taddia, F., Tartaglia, L., Terreran, G., Tomasella, L., Turatto, M., Walker, E., Walton, N.A., Wyrzykowski, L., Yuan, F. and Zampieri, L. (2015) PESSTO: survey description and products from the first data release by the Public ESO Spectroscopic Survey of Transient Objects. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 579 (A40), 1-25. (doi:10.1051/0004-6361/201425237).

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Abstract

Context. The Public European Southern Observatory Spectroscopic Survey of Transient Objects (PESSTO) began as a public spectroscopic survey in April 2012. PESSTO classifies transients from publicly available sources and wide-field surveys, and selects science targets for detailed spectroscopic and photometric follow-up. PESSTO runs for nine months of the year, January – April and August – December inclusive, and typically has allocations of 10 nights per month.

Aims. We describe the data reduction strategy and data products that are publicly available through the ESO archive as the Spectroscopic Survey data release 1 (SSDR1).

Methods. PESSTO uses the New Technology Telescope with the instruments EFOSC2 and SOFI to provide optical and NIR spectroscopy and imaging. We target supernovae and optical transients brighter than 20.5m for classification. Science targets are selected for follow-up based on the PESSTO science goal of extending knowledge of the extremes of the supernova population. We use standard EFOSC2 set-ups providing spectra with resolutions of 13–18 Å between 3345?9995 Å. A subset of the brighter science targets are selected for SOFI spectroscopy with the blue and red grisms (0.935?2.53 ?m and resolutions 23?33 Å) and imaging with broadband JHKs filters.

Results. This first data release (SSDR1) contains flux calibrated spectra from the first year (April 2012–2013). A total of 221 confirmed supernovae were classified, and we released calibrated optical spectra and classifications publicly within 24 h of the data being taken (via WISeREP). The data in SSDR1 replace those released spectra. They have more reliable and quantifiable flux calibrations, correction for telluric absorption, and are made available in standard ESO Phase 3 formats. We estimate the absolute accuracy of the flux calibrations for EFOSC2 across the whole survey in SSDR1 to be typically ~15%, although a number of spectra will have less reliable absolute flux calibration because of weather and slit losses. Acquisition images for each spectrum are available which, in principle, can allow the user to refine the absolute flux calibration. The standard NIR reduction process does not produce high accuracy absolute spectrophotometry but synthetic photometry with accompanying JHKs imaging can improve this. Whenever possible, reduced SOFI images are provided to allow this.

Conclusions. Future data releases will focus on improving the automated flux calibration of the data products. The rapid turnaround between discovery and classification and access to reliable pipeline processed data products has allowed early science papers in the first few months of the survey.

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Accepted/In Press date: 17 April 2015
Published date: 23 June 2015
Organisations: Astronomy Group

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Local EPrints ID: 394586
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/394586
ISSN: 0004-6361
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ORCID for M. Sullivan: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0001-9053-4820

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Author: S.J. Smartt
Author: S. Valenti
Author: M. Fraser
Author: C. Inserra
Author: D.R. Young
Author: M. Sullivan ORCID iD
Author: A. Pastorello
Author: S. Benetti
Author: A. Gal-Yam
Author: C. Knapic
Author: M. Molinaro
Author: R. Smareglia
Author: K.W. Smith
Author: S. Taubenberger
Author: O. Yaron
Author: J.P. Anderson
Author: C. Ashall
Author: C. Balland
Author: C. Baltay
Author: C. Barbarino
Author: F.E. Bauer
Author: S. Baumont
Author: D. Bersier
Author: N. Blagorodnova
Author: S. Bongard
Author: M.T. Botticella
Author: F. Bufano
Author: M. Bulla
Author: E. Cappellaro
Author: H. Campbell
Author: F. Cellier-Holzem
Author: T.-W. Chen
Author: M.J. Childress
Author: A. Clocchiatti
Author: C. Contreras
Author: M. Dall’Ora
Author: J. Danziger
Author: T. de Jaeger
Author: A. De Cia
Author: M. Della Valle
Author: M. Dennefeld
Author: N. Elias-Rosa
Author: N. Elman
Author: U. Feindt
Author: M. Fleury
Author: E. Gall
Author: S. Gonzalez-Gaitan
Author: L. Galbany
Author: A. Morales Garoffolo
Author: L. Greggio
Author: L.L. Guillou
Author: S. Hachinger
Author: E. Hadjiyska
Author: P.E. Hage
Author: W. Hillebrandt
Author: S. Hodgkin
Author: E.Y. Hsiao
Author: P.A. James
Author: A. Jerkstrand
Author: T. Kangas
Author: E. Kankare
Author: R. Kotak
Author: M. Kromer
Author: H. Kuncarayakti
Author: G. Leloudas
Author: P. Lundqvist
Author: J.D. Lyman
Author: I.M. Hook
Author: K. Maguire
Author: I. Manulis
Author: S.J. Margheim
Author: S. Mattila
Author: J.R. Maund
Author: P.A. Mazzali
Author: M. McCrum
Author: R. McKinnon
Author: M.E. Moreno-Raya
Author: M. Nicholl
Author: P. Nugent
Author: R. Pain
Author: G. Pignata
Author: M.M. Phillips
Author: J. Polshaw
Author: M.L. Pumo
Author: D. Rabinowitz
Author: E. Reilly
Author: C. Romero-Cañizales
Author: R. Scalzo
Author: B. Schmidt
Author: S. Schulze
Author: S. Sim
Author: J. Sollerman
Author: F. Taddia
Author: L. Tartaglia
Author: G. Terreran
Author: L. Tomasella
Author: M. Turatto
Author: E. Walker
Author: N.A. Walton
Author: L. Wyrzykowski
Author: F. Yuan
Author: L. Zampieri

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