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"Sternberg Astronomical Institute Supernova Light Curve Catalogue"
Version: November 4, 2016
D.Yu.Tsvetkov, N.N.Pavlyuk

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"ITEP-SAI Supernova Light Curve Catalogue"
P.V.Baklanov, S.I.Blinnikov, D.Yu.Tsvetkov, N.N.Pavlyuk

This is the Version of Catalogues in the Sternberg Astronomical Institute of Lomonosov Moscow State University

See ITEP's Version of Catalogues here (Under Construction)

Quick start: 1) to draw observable and theoretical model light curves: here, http://stella.sai.msu.ru/~pavlyuk/snlcurve/saisnlcexec.php, or 2) to study supernova observable and theoretical model light curves with help of cluster analysis (under construction) here, http://stella.sai.msu.ru/~pavlyuk/snlcurve/lcurvecluster.php.

SAI Supernova Light Curve Catalogue is the set of U-, B-, V-, Rc-, Ic-, u, g, r, i and z-band light curves of supernovae, discovered up to November 4, 2016. Data include two types of light curves: original and smoothed ones. Original light curves are made of direct observations, while smoothed ones are our fits to true light curves, in which the uncertainties of different observations were excluded.

On the base of this set of light curves, with help of Catalogue's web interface, one can construct color curves of supernovae "on the fly", impose light curves one onto another, draw supernova light curves for observers, specified by user. Also web interface to SAI Supernova Light Curve Catalogue allows to find a nearest observable light curves for user-definited light curves. The latters could be theoretical light curves as well as other observable light curves not included in the Catalogue.

Sternberg Astronomical Institute Supernova Light Curve Catalogue is the part of ITEP-SAI Supernova Light Curve Catalogue http://dau.itep.ru/sncurve/saisnlchelp.html from 2010.

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Acknowledgments
Supported by grants of RFBR (13-02-92119), "Scientific Schools of Russia (3458.2010.2)".

(C) Lomonosov Moscow State University, Sternberg Astronomical Institute Supernova Group, Moscow, Russia (MSU, SAI)

Supported by grants of RFBR (13-02-92119), "Scientific Schools of Russia (3458.2010.2)".