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2015MNRAS.453.2103S - Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 453, 2103-2114 (2015/October-3)

The early phases of the Type Iax supernova SN 2011ay.

SZALAI T., VINKO J., SARNECZKY K., TAKATS K., BENKO J.M., KELEMEN J., KULI Z., SILVERMAN J.M., MARION G.H. and WHEELER J.C.

Abstract (from CDS):

We present a detailed study of the early phases of the peculiar supernova (SN) 2011ay based on BVRI photometry obtained at Konkoly Observatory, Hungary, and optical spectra taken with the Hobby-Eberly Telescope at McDonald Observatory, Texas. The spectral analysis carried out with syn++ and synapps confirms that SN 2011ay belongs to the recently defined class of SNe Iax, which is also supported by the properties of its light and colour curves. The estimated photospheric temperature around maximum light, Tphot ∼ 8000 K, is lower than in most SNe Ia, which results in the appearance of strong FeII features in the spectra of SN 2011ay, even during the early phases. We also show that strong blending with metal features (those of Tiii, Feii, Coii) makes the direct analysis of the broad spectral features very difficult, and this may be true for all SNe Iax. We find two alternative spectrum models that both describe the observed spectra adequately, but their photospheric velocities differ by at least ∼ 3000 km/s. The quasi-bolometric light curve of SN 2011ay has been assembled by integrating the ultraviolet-optical spectral energy distributions. Fitting a modified Arnett model to Lbol(t), the moment of explosion and other physical parameters, i.e. the rise time to maximum, the 56Ni mass and the total ejecta mass are estimated as trise ∼ 14±1d, MNi ∼ 0.22±0.01M and Mej ∼ 0.8M, respectively.

Abstract Copyright: © 2015 The Authors Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of the Royal Astronomical Society (2015)

Journal keyword(s): supernovae: general - supernovae: individual: SN 2011ay

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