Log of modeled spectra for SN 1999em and SN 2005cs.
|JD (+2 451 474.04)||Date||Source||texp|
|17.9||9 Nov. 1999||H01||9.67|
|22.9||14 Nov. 1999||H01||11.21|
|27.9||19 Nov. 1999||H01||22.00(a)|
|JD (+2 453 549)||Date||Source||texp|
|12.25||9 July 2005||D08||14.67|
|13.5||10 July 2005||F14||16.12|
|14.5||11 July 2005||P06||15.33|
|17.0||14 July 2005||P06||16.11|
|19.4||16 July 2005||P200||19.40|
Notes. The reference JDs are the estimated times of explosion of Dessart & Hillier (2006) and Pastorello et al. (2009). The abbreviations for the data sources are H01 for Hamuy et al. (2001), P06 for Pastorello et al. (2006), D08 for Dessart et al. (2008), F14 for Faran et al. (2014), and P200 for spectra taken at the Palomar 200-inch Hale Telescope with DBSP. All spectra have been retrieved from the WISeREP archive (Yaron & Gal-Yam 2012). We use the listed time since explosions texp, as taken from Dessart & Hillier (2006) and Dessart et al. (2008), for calculating synthetic spectra with the emulator.
As the single exception, we adopt the maximum texp of our spectral emulator for the epoch of the 19 November 1999; this is roughly 19% smaller than the value of texp = 27.0 used by Dessart & Hillier (2006).
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