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Fig. 2


Comparison of the bolometric light curve for simulations RE0p4B3p5 and RE0p4B3p5d, in which only the magnetar energy deposition profile differs (see Fig. 1, and Sect. 3 for discussion). The glitch at 125 d occurs when the outer shock with the progenitor wind leaves the Eulerian grid at 1016 cm. The broad bump at 150–170 d for model RE0p4B3p5d occurs when the photosphere reaches the dense shell in the inner ejecta; the sharp drop at 170 d is when this dense shell becomes optically thin.

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