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Fig. 11


Comparison of the 58.3 d spectrum LSQ13fn with three models of Dessart et al. (2013) which have varying radii but otherwise approximately identical initial conditions. Note that the epochs of the models refer to the number of days after explosion, whereas the epochs of LSQ13fn refer to the number of days after peak magnitude. The spectrum LSQ13fn is shown in bold to highlight it over the other spectra.

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