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Fig. 11


Comparison of late phase visual-wavelength spectra of a number of SNe Iax and other SN types. The first 5 spectra, sorted from faintest to brightest (top to bottom), are the Type Iax SNe 2010ae (Stritzinger et al. 2014), 2008ge (Foley et al. 2010), 2002cx (Jha et al. 2006), 2005hk (Sahu et al. 2008), and 2012Z. Also shown are similar epoch spectra of the normal Type Ia SN 1998bu (Silverman et al. 2013), the Type Ib SN 2007Y (Stritzinger et al. 2009), and the subluminous Type IIP SN 2008bk (Stritzinger et al. 2014). We note in SN 2008bk Balmer lines are associated with emission from the SN ejecta, rather than with the narrower lines associated with host nebular lines, as is the case for SNe 2002cx and 2010ae.

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