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A supernova is a stellar explosion. They are extremely luminous and cause a burst of radiation that often briefly outshines an entire galaxy before fading from view over several weeks or months. During this short interval, a supernova can radiate as much energy as the Sun could emit over its life span. The explosion expels much or all of a star's material at a velocity of up to a tenth the speed of light, driving a shock wave into the surrounding interstellar medium. This shock wave sweeps up an expanding shell of gas and dust called a supernova remnant.

List of absolute light curves which were "prepared in advance"

SN name: 2005ap , passband: B
SN name: 2006aj , passband: B
SN name: 2007bi , passband: B
SN name: 2008D , passband: B

Supernova Light Curve Catalogues

ITEP-SAI Supernova Light Curve Catalogue (ISSLCC)



Sternberg Astronomical Institute Supernova Light Curve Catalogue

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  • 1: Find a parameter for a supernova

    This item allows you to search ISSLCC for parameters, which are necessary for the calculation of absolute magnitudes of supernovae (SN), such as visual magnitudes in maximum, redshift, distances, extinction, etc.

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SAI SLCC: What is new?


Sternberg Astronomical Institute Supernova Light Curve Catalogue



What is new?


  • January 22, 2014. Added visual light curves of SN 2011hs in U,B,V,R, I, u_SDSS, g_SDSS, r_SDSS, i_SDSS, and z_SDSS passbands. This is a faint type-IIb supernova.

ITEP-SAI Supernova Light Curve Catalogue

ITEP-SAI Supernova Light Curve Catalogue


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Date: January 22, 2014


P.V.Baklanov, S.I.Blinnikov, D.Yu.Tsvetkov, N.N.Pavlyuk

ITEP-SAI Supernova Light Curve Catalogue (ISSLCC) unites theoretical and observational light curves of supernovae (SNe).

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