Photometry of SN 2013gh and iPTF 13dge.
|MJD||Phase||Filter||X||K X||Match||V||K V||(V−X)0|
Notes. Here, Col. 2 shows the effective light-curve-width-corrected phase. In Col. 4, X is the natural magnitude in the filter specified in Col. 3, while Cols. 5, 6 ( and KX) are the Galactic absorption and the filter correction (S-correction) to the corresponding rest-frame filter for SN 2011fe as described by Amanullah et al. (2015). The corrected magnitude can be obtained as . All corrections have been calculated after the SN 2011fe template has been reddened with the best-fit Fitzpatrick (1999) law, for each SN. Columns 8–10 show the V magnitude and corrections for the same phase. Column 7 specifies whether the V magnitude was measured for the same epoch (D) or if it was calculated using the SNooPy model (M). The V magnitude is only shown for data points used in the colour analysis, with phases between −10 and + 35 days. The corrected colour can be obtained as and can be compared with the corresponding colour of SN 2011fe shown in the last column in order to study the reddening laws of the SNe. (This table is available in its entirety at the CDS. A portion is shown here for guidance regarding its form and content.)
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