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Optical Studies of the Low Velocity Gradient Type Ia Supernovae 2009an and 2009ig

  • D. K. Sahu (a1), G. C. Anupama (a1), P. Anto (a1) and U. K. Gurugubelli (a1)

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UBVRI photometry and medium resolution spectroscopy of two Type Ia supernovae, SN 2009an and SN 2009ig, are presented. Their Δm15(B) indicate these two SNe marginally deviate from “normal” Type Ia events. Spectroscopically, both SNe belong to the low velocity gradient group. The estimated mass of 56Ni ejected is almost a factor of two different for these two objects, with the estimates being ~0.4M for SN 2009an and ~0.8 M for SN 2009ig.

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Optical Studies of the Low Velocity Gradient Type Ia Supernovae 2009an and 2009ig

  • D. K. Sahu (a1), G. C. Anupama (a1), P. Anto (a1) and U. K. Gurugubelli (a1)

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