The Type IIn SN 1995G: Interaction with the CSM

@inproceedings{Pastorello2002TheTI,
  title={The Type IIn SN 1995G: Interaction with the CSM},
  author={A. Pastorello and Massimo Turatto and Stefano Benetti and Enrico Cappellaro and Ivan John Danziger and Paolo A. Mazzali and Ferdinando Patat and Alexei V. Filippenko and David J. Schlegel and Thomas Matheson},
  year={2002}
}
We present the photometric and spectroscopic evolution of the type IIn SN 1995G in NGC 1643, on the basis of 4 years of optical and infrared observations. This supernova shows very flat optical light curves similar to SN 1988Z, with a slow decline rate at all times. The spectra are characterized by strong Balmer lines with multiple components in emission and with a P-Cygni absorption component blueshifted by only 700 km s − 1 . This feature indicates the presence of a slowly expanding shell… 

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