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Possible use of the dedicated MARLY one meter telescope for intensive supernovae studies

Abstract : The EROS2 microlensing search will end at the end of 2002. Apart of this microlensing search, EROS has discovered ~70 supernovae during 8 periods partially dedicated to a SN search. In this document, we investigated a new way of using the EROS telescope (The MARLY) after this date, as a dedicated nearby supernovae photometer. The performance of a set-up with two cameras allowing to simultaneously perform BVRI and U photometry have been estimated. Each year, of order of 100 type Ia supernovae at z ~0.05 should be photometrically followed-up during 80 days with a precision of 2% in BVRI and ~3,5% in U.
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M. Moniez, O. Perdereau. Possible use of the dedicated MARLY one meter telescope for intensive supernovae studies. 2001. ⟨in2p3-00086536⟩

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