The properties of the 'standard' type Ic supernova 1994I from spectral models

@article{Sauer2006ThePO,
  title={The properties of the 'standard' type Ic supernova 1994I from spectral models},
  author={Daniel N. Sauer and P. A. Mazzali and Jingkang Deng and Stefano Valenti and Ken’ichi Nomoto and A. V. Filippenko Inaf and Oss. Astron. d. Trieste and Italy. and Mpa and Garching and H Germany and Nat. Astron. Observatories and Chinese Academy of Sciences and Beijing and China. and Department of Physics Astronomy and School of Materials Science and University of Tokyo and Japan. and Eső and Physics Department and Univ. of Ferrara and Ferrara and Research Center for the Early Universe and Tokyo and University of Southern California and Berkeley and Usa and Kitp and University of Southern California and Santa Barbara},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2006},
  volume={369},
  pages={1939-1948}
}
The properties of the type Ic supernova SN 1994I are re-investigated. This object is often referred to as a “standard SN Ic” although it exhibited an extremely fast light curve and unusually blue early-time spectra. In addition, the observations were affected by significant dust extinction. A series of spectral models are computed based on the explosion model CO21 (Iwamoto et al. 1994) using a Monte Carlo transport spectral synthesis code. Overall the density structure and abundances of the… Expand
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