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2020ApJ...892..121K - Astrophys. J., 892, 121-121 (2020/April-1)

Constraints on the physical properties of SNe Ia from photometry.

KONYVES-TOTH R., VINKO J., ORDASI A., SARNECZKY K., BODI A., CSEH B., CSORNYEI G., DENCS Z., HANYECZ O., IGNACZ B., KALUP C., KRISKOVICS L., PAL A., SELI B., SODOR A., SZAKATS R., SZEKELY P., VARGA-VEREBELYI E., VIDA K. and ZSIDI G.

Abstract (from CDS):

We present a photometric study of 17 SNe Ia based on multi-color (Johnson-Cousins-Bessell BVRI) data taken at Piszkesteto mountain station of Konkoly Observatory, Hungary between 2016 and 2018. We analyze the light curves (LCs) using the publicly available LC-fitter SNooPy2 to derive distance and reddening information. The bolometric LCs are fit with a radiation-diffusion Arnett model to get constraints on the physical parameters of the ejecta: the optical opacity, the ejected mass and the initial nickel mass in particular. We also study the pre-maximum, dereddened (B-V)0 color evolution by comparing our data with standard delayed detonation and pulsational delayed detonation models, and show that the 56Ni masses of the models that fit the (B-V)0 colors are consistent with those derived from the bolometric LC fitting. We find similar correlations between the ejecta parameters (e.g., ejecta mass, or 56Ni mass versus decline rate) as published recently by Scalzo et al. (2019).

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Journal keyword(s): Type Ia supernovae - Ejecta - Johnson photometry

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