A JWST near- and mid-infrared nebular spectrum of the type Ia supernova 2021aefx

Lindsey A. Kwok, Saurabh W. Jha, Tea Temim, Ori D. Fox, Conor Larison, Yssavo Camacho-Neves, Max J. Brenner Newman, Justin D. R. Pierel, Ryan J. Foley, Jennifer E. Andrews, Carles Badenes, Barnabas Barna, K. Azalee Bostroem, Maxime Deckers, Andreas Flors, Peter Garnavich, Melissa L. Graham, Or Graur, Griffin Hosseinzadeh, D. Andrew HowellJohn P. Hughes, Joel Johansson, Sarah Kendrew, Wolfgang E. Kerzendorf, Keiichi Maeda, Kate Maguire, Curtis McCully, John T. O'Brien, Armin Rest, David J. Sand, Melissa Shahbandeh, Louis-Gregory Strolger, Tamas Szalai, Chris Ashall, E. Baron, Chris R. Burns, James M. DerKacy, Tyco Mera Evans, Alec Fisher, Lluis Galbany, Peter Hoeflich, Eric Hsiao, Thomas de Jaeger, Emir Karamehmetoglu, Kevin Krisciunas, Sahana Kumar, Jing Lu, Justyn Maund, Paolo A. Mazzali, Kyle Medler, Nidia Morrell, Mark M. Phillips, Benjamin J. Shappee, Maximilian Stritzinger, Nicholas Suntzeff, Charles Telesco, Michael Tucker, Lifan Wang

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