Object Types
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1General Supernova
2General type I Supernova
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8Calcium-rich, faint SNe Ib similar to SN2005E
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15faint type I (e.g. 09dav, 2012hn)
16rapid/fast type I (e.g. 2002bj, 2010X)
18Hydrogen-poor (type I) super-luminous SN
19Hydrogen-rich (type II) super-luminous SN
20Radioactive-powered super-luminous SN (PISN)
23GRB afterglow
24Luminous Blue Variable
25Intermediate Luminosity Red Transient (LRN)
26Classical or Dwarf Nova
27Cataclysmic Variable
28Variable Star
29Active Galactic Nucleus
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31Quasi Stellar Object
50Spectrophotometric standard star
60General Gap object
61Gap object type I
62Gap object type II
70aka Macronova
99SN impostor
100Peculiar Ia
102Super-Chandrasekhar-mass (Super-Chandra)
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105Fainter peak magnitudes, lower ejecta velocities, similar to prototype SN2002cx.
106Formerly called 02ic-like
107Peculiar Ib
108Peculiar Ic
110Peculiar II
112Peculiar IIn
120Tidal Disruption Event
200Wolf-Rayet star
201Wolf-Rayet WN-class (He, N)
202Wolf-Rayet WC-class
203Wolf-Rayet WO-class
210M-Dwarf star
1003Computed SN Ia (for hosting computed/synthetic spectra)
1011Computed SN IIP (for hosting computed/synthetic spectra)
1014Computed SN IIb (for hosting computed/synthetic spectra)
1020Computed PISN (for hosting computed/synthetic spectra)