author = "Galbany, Luis and Hamuy, Mario and Phillips, Mark M. and Suntzeff, 
                         Nicholas B. and Maza, Jos{\'e} and Jaeger, T. and Moraga, Tania 
                         and Gonzalez-Gaitan, S. and Krisciunas, Kevin and Morrell, Nidia 
                         I. and Thomas-Osip, Joanna and Krzeminski, Wojtek and Gonzalez, 
                         Luis and Antezana, Roberto and Wishnjewski, Marina and McCarthy, 
                         Patrick and Anderson, Joseph P. and Gutierrez, Claudia P. and 
                         Stritzinger, Maximilian and Folatelli, Gaston and Anguita, Claudio 
                         and Galaz, Gaspar and Green, Elisabeth M. and Impey, Chris and 
                         Kim, Yong-Cheol and Kirhakos, Sofia and Malkan, Mathew A. and 
                         Mulchaey, John S. and Phillips, Andew C. and Pizzella, Alessandro 
                         and Prosser, Charles F. and Schmidt, Brian P. and Schommer, Robert 
                         A. and Sherry, William and Strolger, Louis-Gregory and Wells, Lisa 
                         A. and Williger, Gerard M.",
          affiliation = "{Universidad del Chile} and {Universidad del Chile} and {Campanas 
                         Observatorio} and {Texas A\&M University} and {Universidad del 
                         Chile} and {Universidad del Chile} and {Universidad del Chile} and 
                         {Universidad del Chile} and {Texas A\&M University} and {Campanas 
                         Observatorio} and {Campanas Observatorio} and {N Copernicus 
                         Astronomy Center} and {Universidad del Chile} and {Universidad del 
                         Chile} and {Universidad del Chile} and {Observ Carnegie Inst Sci} 
                         and {European So Observatory} and {Universidad del Chile} and 
                         {Aarhus University} and {Consejo Nacional Invest Cient \& Tecn} 
                         and {Universidad del Chile} and {Pontificia Universidad Catolica 
                         Chile} and {University of Arizona} and {University of Arizona} and 
                         {Yonsei University} and {Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais 
                         (INPE)} and {University of California} and {Observ Carnegie Inst 
                         Sci} and {University of California Observatory} and 
                         {Universit{\`a} di Padua} and {Nationall Opt Astron. Observatory} 
                         and {Australian Natl Universtiy} and {ARC Ctr Excellence All Sky 
                         Astrophys CAASTRO} and {ARC Ctr Excellence All Sky Astrophys 
                         CAASTRO} and {Space Telescope Sci Inst} and {Canada France Hawaii 
                         Telescope Corp} and {University Louisville}",
                title = "UBVRIz light curves of 51 type II supernovae",
              journal = "Astronomical Journal",
                 year = "2016",
               volume = "151",
               number = "2",
                month = "Feb.",
             keywords = "supernovae: general, surveys, techniques: photometric.",
             abstract = "We present a compilation of UBVRIz light curves of 51 type II 
                         supernovae discovered during the course of four different surveys 
                         during 1986-2003: the Cerro Tololo Supernova Survey, the 
                         Calan/Tololo Supernova Program (C\&T), the Supernova Optical and 
                         Infrared Survey (SOIRS), and the Carnegie Type II Supernova Survey 
                         (CATS). The photometry is based on template-subtracted images to 
                         eliminate any potential host galaxy light contamination, and 
                         calibrated from foreground stars. This work presents these 
                         photometric data, studies the color evolution using different 
                         bands, and explores the relation between the magnitude at maximum 
                         brightness and the brightness decline parameter (s) from maximum 
                         light through the end of the recombination phase. This parameter 
                         is found to be shallower for redder bands and appears to have the 
                         best correlation in the B band. In addition, it also correlates 
                         with the plateau duration, being shorter (longer) for larger 
                         (smaller) s values.",
                  doi = "10.3847/0004-6256/151/2/33",
                  url = "http://dx.doi.org/10.3847/0004-6256/151/2/33",
                 issn = "0004-6256",
             language = "en",
           targetfile = "galbany_ubvrlz.pdf",
        urlaccessdate = "24 jan. 2021"