Does anyone know the(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); mathematical formof Type Ia supernovae light curves? I am trying to analyze supernovae data. I need to fit a function to the magnitude vs time data. So I require the mathematical form for magnitude as a function of time. If anyone has any idea about that, or can suggest a way to bypass this problem PLEASE let me know.

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# Type Ia Supernovae Light Curves

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