Near-infrared light curves of type Ia supernovae

@article{Jack2012NearinfraredLC,
  title={Near-infrared light curves of type Ia supernovae},
  author={Dennis Jack and Peter Hauschildt and Edward A. Baron},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2012},
  volume={538}
}
Aims. With our time-dependent model atmosphere code PHOENIX, our goal is to simulate light curves and spectra of hydrodynamical models of all types of supernovae. In this work, we simulate near-infrared light curves of SNe Ia and confirm the cause of the secondary maximum. Methods. We apply a simple energy solver to compute the evolution of an SN Ia envelope during the free expansion phase. Included in the solver are energy changes due to expansion, the energy deposition of {\gamma}-rays and… Expand
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