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Table A.1

SDSS reference stars for P48 photometry of iPTF13z.

SDSS name AB magnitude
(DR9) (r)

J160147.79+211241.4 20.046
J160148.39+211542.7 20.312
J160148.46+211423.3 20.328
J160152.08+211638.9 21.31
J160152.66+211713.6 16.598
J160152.74+211516.1 20.874
J160153.87+211607.8 18.978
J160154.84+211600.3 17.869
J160156.41+211722.8 18.358
J160157.02+211318.8 20.825
J160157.84+211719.5 20.41
J160158.28+211301.7 16.595
J160200.58+211153.8 19.719
J160202.05+211246.5 18.9
J160202.24+211432.7 20.555
J160202.57+211311.2 19.149
J160203.04+211601.2 16.932
J160203.21+211304.6 20.53
J160205.22+211547.3 19.06
J160205.77+211317.8 17.864
J160206.00+211525.2 17.752
J160206.20+211229.8 17.88
J160207.60+211431.3 20.708
J160208.31+211413.2 18.655
J160210.67+211502.8 18.328
J160211.26+211531.0 19.939
J160211.66+211417.0 19.697
J160212.32+211325.9 17.452
J160212.52+211625.2 18.633

Notes. Reference stars for the P48 photometry. The SDSS DR9 names are based on J2000 equatorial coordinates of the stars. The r magnitude, used when doing the relative photometry on iPTF13z, is taken from SDSS DR9.

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