The Optical/Near-Infrared Light Curves of SN 2002ap for the First 140 Days after Discovery

@inproceedings{Yoshii2003TheOL,
  title={The Optical/Near-Infrared Light Curves of SN 2002ap for the First 140 Days after Discovery},
  author={Yuzuru Yoshii and Hiroyuki Tomita and Y. Kobayashi and Jingkang Deng and Keiichi Maeda and Ken’ichi Nomoto and P. A. Mazzali and Hideyuki Umeda and Tsutomu Aoki and Mamoru Doi and Keigo Enya and Takeo Minezaki and Masahiro Suganuma and B. A. Peterson},
  year={2003}
}
Supernova (SN) 2002ap in M74 was observed in the UBV RIJHK bands for the first 40 days following its discovery (2002 January 29) until it disappeared because of solar conjunction, and then in June after it reappeared. The magnitudes and dates of peak brightness in each band were determined. While the rate of increase of the brightness before the peak is almost independent of wavelength, the subsequent rate of decrease becomes smaller with wavelength from the U to the R band, and is constant at… Expand

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