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The Young Supernova Experiment Data Release 1 (YSE DR1): Light Curves and Photometric Classification of 1975 Supernovae

@inproceedings{Aleo2022TheYS,
  title={The Young Supernova Experiment Data Release 1 (YSE DR1): Light Curves and Photometric Classification of 1975 Supernovae},
  author={Patrick D. Aleo and Konstantin L. Malanchev and Sadaf Sharief and D. O. Jones and Gautham Narayan and Ryan J. Foley and V. Ashley Villar and Charlotte R. Angus and Vivienne F. Baldassare and M. J. Bustamante-Rosell and Deep Chatterjee and Christopher J. Cold and David A. Coulter and K. W. Davis and Suhail Dhawan and Maria R. Drout and Andrew Engel and K. Decker French and Alexander T. Gagliano and C. Gall and Jens Hjorth and Mark E. Huber and W. V. Jacobson-Gal'an and Charles D. Kilpatrick and D. Langeroodi and Kaisey S. Mandel and R. Margutti and F. Matasi'c and P. McGill and Justin D. R. Pierel and Enrico Ramirez-Ruiz and C L Ransome and C{\'e}sar Rojas-Bravo and Matthew R. Siebert and K. W. Smith and Kaylee de Soto and Michael C. Stroh and Samaporn Tinyanont and Kirsty Taggart and Sam M. Ward and Radosław Wojtak and Katie Auchettl and Peter K. Blanchard and T.J.L. de Boer and Bret M. Boyd and Christopher M. Carroll and Kenneth C. Chambers and Lindsay DeMarchi and Georgios Dimitriadis and Sierra A. Dodd and Nicholas Earl and Diego A Farias and H. Gao and Sebastian Gomez and M Grayling and Claudio Grillo and Erin E. Hayes and T. Hung and L. Izzo and Nandita Khetan and Jamie A. P. Law-Smith and Nissa Lebaron and C.-C. Lin and Y Luo and Eugene. A. Magnier and D. J. Matthews and Anna J. G. O’Grady and Y.-C. Pan and Collin A Politsch and Sandra I. Raimundo and Armin Rest and Ryan Ridden-Harper and Arkaprabha Sarangi and Steven J. Smartt and Giacomo Terreran and Stephen Thorp and J. Vazquez and Richard Wainscoat and Q. Wang and Amanda Wasserman and S. K. Yadavalli and Ricardo Yarza and Yossef Zenati},
  year={2022}
}
We present the Young Supernova Experiment Data Release 1 (YSE DR1), comprised of processed multi-color Pan-STARRS1 (PS1) griz and Zwicky Transient Facility (ZTF) gr photometry of 1975 transients with host-galaxy associations, redshifts, spectroscopic/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… 

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