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Fig. 4


Absolute rest-frame g-band light curve of LSQ14mo compared with other type I SLSNe. The peak brightness of LSQ14mo of −21 mag is typical for fast-declining events and fainter than slowly-fading SLSNe. We note that after + 50 d, LSQ14mo and SN 2011ke show a shallower decline rate, which is similar to a 56Co decay tail. Data for comparison are taken from Pastorello et al. (2010), Quimby et al. (2011), Leloudas et al. (2012), Inserra et al. (2013), Nicholl et al. (2013, 2015b, 2016b), Vreeswijk et al. (2014).

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