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Volume 544, August 2012
Article Number C2
Number of page(s) 1
Section Stellar structure and evolution
DOI https://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/201117684e
Published online 07 August 2012

By mistake, three flux density values of UVOT were erroneously reported in Fig. 7 (uw1 on MJD = 55 260.21, uw2 on MJD = 55 281.78 and on MJD = 55 297.96). The correct figure is reported here (Fig. 1). None of the conclusions of our paper are affected by this change, given that only the data points of the spectral energy distribution (SED) obtained on MJD = 55 303.30 were modeled. The authors thank Dr. Z. Yan for pointing out the inconsistency, and we apologize for any confusion this may have caused.

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Compiled SEDs with UVOT, REM, SMARTS (M. Buxton et al. 2012, AJ, 143, 130) and FTS data at distinct MJD: MJD = 55 260.21 (UVOT/uw1, u and REM/V, R, I, J, H, K); MJD = 55 281.78 (UVOT/uw2 and FTS/V, R, i′); MJD = 55 297.96 (UVOT/uw2, FTS/R, i′ and SMARTS/V, H) and MJD = 55 303.30 (UVOT/uw2, um2, uw1, u, b, v, SMARTS/V, I, J, H and REM/R). The error bar is so large that the fluxes of uw1, um2 and uw2 are comparable (within the errors).

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Compiled SEDs with UVOT, REM, SMARTS (M. Buxton et al. 2012, AJ, 143, 130) and FTS data at distinct MJD: MJD = 55 260.21 (UVOT/uw1, u and REM/V, R, I, J, H, K); MJD = 55 281.78 (UVOT/uw2 and FTS/V, R, i′); MJD = 55 297.96 (UVOT/uw2, FTS/R, i′ and SMARTS/V, H) and MJD = 55 303.30 (UVOT/uw2, um2, uw1, u, b, v, SMARTS/V, I, J, H and REM/R). The error bar is so large that the fluxes of uw1, um2 and uw2 are comparable (within the errors).

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