ASCA Light Curve of SN 1993J


X-rays from the supernova SN 1993J in the spiral galaxy M81. This plot shows two-color X-ray lightcurves, plotted against the logarithm of days after the explosion. A faster decay in the higher energy band indicates a cooling in the emission region.

SN 1993J



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