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Newly Formed Dust within the Cosmic Dust Storms of SNIa-CSM 2018evt

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posted on 2024-02-10, 08:01 authored by Lingzhi Wang, Maokai Hu, Lifan Wang, Yi Yang, Jiawen Yang, Haley Gomez, Sijie Chen, Lei Hu, Ting-Wan Chen, Jun Mo, Xiaofeng Wang, Dietrich Baade, Peter Hoeflich, J. Craig Wheeler, Giuliano Pignata, Jamison Burke, Daichi Hiramatsu, D. Andrew Howell, Curtis McCully, Craig Pellegrino, Lluis GalbanyLluis Galbany, Eric Y. Hsiao, David J. Sand, Jujia Zhang, Syed A Uddin, J. P. Anderson, Chris Ashall, Cheng Cheng, Mariusz Gromadzki, Antonia Morales-Garoffolo, T. E. Müller Bravo, Este Padilla Gonzalez, Matt Nicholl, M. M. Phillips, J. Pineda-García, Hanna Sai, Mathew Smith, M. Shahbandeh, Shubham Srivastav, M. D. Stritzinger, Sheng Yang, D. R. Young, Lixin Yu, Xinghan Zhang
BVgri data (SN2018evt_lco_lc.dat) was acquired by the global network at Las Cumbres Observatory . Phase is days since B-band maximum MJD 58352. The photometry images from the global network were subtracted bias and corrected flat fields with the BANZAI automatic pipeline. Then the images were template-subtracted with the Saccadic Fast Fourier Transformatio (SFFT) and performed Point Spread Function (PSF) photometry using ALLFRAME.

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