AAS 207th Meeting, 8-12 January 2006
Session 15 SNLS
Poster, Monday, 9:20am-7:00pm, January 9, 2006, Exhibit Hall

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[15.05] SNLS: Empirical modeling of distant supernovae

J. Guy, P. Astier, R. Pain, N. Regnault (LPNHE, U. Paris VI, France), E. Aubourg (DSM/DAPNIA, France), D. Balam (U. Victoria, Canada), S. Basa (LAM, France), R.G. Carlberg, A. Conley (U. Toronto, Canada), S. Fabbro (CENTRA/IST, Portugal), D. Fouchez (CPPM, France), I.M. Hook (U. Oxford, UK), D.A. Howell (U. Toronto, Canada), H. Lafoux (DSM/DAPNIA, France), J.D. Neill (U. Victoria, Canada), N. Palanque-Delabrouille (DSM/DAPNIA, France), K. Perrett (U. Toronto, Canada), C.J. Pritchet (U. Victoria, Canada), J. Rich (DSM/DAPNIA, France), M. Sullivan (U. Toronto, Canada), R. Taillet, S. Baumont (LPNHE, U. Paris VI, France), J. Bronder (U. Oxford), V. Lusset (DSM/DAPNIA, France), A. Mourao (CENTRA/IST, Portugal), S. Perlmutter (LBNL, US), P. Ripoche, C. Tao (CPPM, France), SNLS Collaboration

The SuperNova Legacy Survey provides us with a rich data set of supernovae multi-color light curves in the redshift range 0.1--1. Thanks to the "rolling search" operation mode, most of them contain photometric points well before the peak luminosity. In addition, the far-UV rest-frame light curves can be modeled from g and r-band observations of high-z SNe. In this poster, we present an update of the Spectral Adaptive Lightcurve Template model (SALT) adjusted on the SNLS data set.

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