NEAR-ULTRAVIOLET PROPERTIES OF A LARGE SAMPLE OF TYPE Ia SUPERNOVAE AS OBSERVED WITH THE Swift UVOT

Record Type
Journal Articles
Full Title
NEAR-ULTRAVIOLET PROPERTIES OF A LARGE SAMPLE OF TYPE Ia SUPERNOVAE AS OBSERVED WITH THE Swift UVOT
Author(s)
Milne P, Brown P, Roming P, Holland S, Immler S, Filippenko A, Ganeshalingam M, Li W, Stritzinger M, Phillips M, Hicken M, Kirshner R, Challis P, Mazzali P, Schmidt B, Bufano F, Gehrels N, Vanden Berk D
Publication Title
ASTROPHYSICAL JOURNAL
Publication Title (abbreviated)
ASTROPHYS J
Publication Date
2010 Oct 1
DOI
10.1088/0004-637X/721/2/1627
ISSN
0004-637X
Volume
721
Issue
2
Page Count
29
First Page
1627
Last Page
1655
Keyword(s)
Astronomy & Astrophysics, distance scale, dust, extinction, galaxies: distances and redshifts, supernovae: general, ultraviolet: general, HUBBLE-SPACE-TELESCOPE, ULTRA-VIOLET/OPTICAL TELESCOPE, LIGHT-CURVE SHAPES, X-RAY OBSERVATIONS, II-P SUPERNOVAE, DECLINE-RATE, INFRARED OBSERVATIONS, OPTICAL PHOTOMETRY, IMPROVED DISTANCES, SYNTHETIC SPECTRA
Citation
Milne P, Brown P, Roming P, Holland S, Immler S, Filippenko A, Ganeshalingam M, Li W, Stritzinger M, Phillips M, et al. NEAR-ULTRAVIOLET PROPERTIES OF A LARGE SAMPLE OF TYPE Ia SUPERNOVAE AS OBSERVED WITH THE Swift UVOT. ASTROPHYS J. 2010;721 (2):1627-1655.
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