ZTF Bright Transient Survey Sample Explorer

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6 candidates returned by query. [link]
cutoutsidentifierscoordinatespeaktimescaleclassificationGalactic
PS1 Lightcurve ZTF IDTNS IDRADec time mag Mabs Duration Rise Fade Type Redshift b AV
ZTF19abpboptSN2019neq 17:54:26.74+47:15:40.5 733.81 g = 17.08 -21.42 34.109 17.46916.64 SLSN-I 0.1075 28.92 0.104
ZTF19acgjpghSN2019unb 09:47:57.01+00:49:35.9 849.93 r = 17.32 -20.17 71.499 56.91314.586 SLSN-I 0.0635 38.77 0.334
ZTF20aayprqzSN2020jhm 15:33:02.30+67:54:48.4 992.83 g = 16.72 -20.47 31.418 12.4618.958 SLSN-I 0.06 42.64 0.087
ZTF20abobpcbSN2020qlb 19:07:49.56+62:57:49.5 1141.72 g = 17.23 -22.21 >104.725 57.805>46.92 SLSN-I 0.159 22.16 0.163
ZTF20abzumlrSN2020tcw 15:28:17.09+39:56:50.4 1130.66 g = 16.16 -21.16 >2.01 >2.01>0 SLSN-I 0.0645 55.23 0.062
ZTF20acphdcgSN2020znr 07:19:06.42+23:53:07.3 1227.84 g = 17.04 -21.37 >43.734 38.684>5.05 SLSN-I 0.1 16.42 0.167

Current time: 2021-01-22 13:29:22 UTC (t=1237.06)
Database last updated: 2021-01-20 04:19:56 UTC (t=1234.68 / 57.1 hr ago)

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