SN 2013ab : A normal type IIP supernova in NGC 5669

@article{Bose2015SN2,
  title={SN 2013ab : A normal type IIP supernova in NGC 5669},
  author={Subhash Bose and Stefano Valenti and Kuntal Misra and Maria Letizia Pumo and Luca Zampieri and David Sand and Brijesh Kumar and A. Pastorello and F. Sutaria and Thomas J. Maccarone and Brajesh Kumar and Melissa L. Graham and D. Andrew Howell and Paolo Ochner and Harish Chandra Chandola and Shashi Bhushan Pandey},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2015},
  volume={450},
  pages={2373-2392}
}
We present densely-sampled ultraviolet/optical photometric and low-resolution optical spectroscopic observations of the type IIP supernova 2013ab in the nearby (�24 Mpc) galaxy NGC 5669, from 2 to 190d after explosion. Continuous photometric observations, with the cadence of typically a day to one week, were acquired with the 1-2m class telescopes in the LCOGT network, ARIES telescopes in India and various other telescopes around the globe. The light curve and spectra suggest that the SN is a… 
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