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[ascl:2401.020] escatter: Electron scattering in Python performs Monte Carlo simulations of electron scattering events. The code was developed to better understand the emission lines from the interacting supernova SN 2021adxl, specifically the blue excess seen in the Hα 6563A emission line. escatter follows a photon that was formed in a thin interface between the supernova ejecta and surrounding material as it travels radially outwards through the dense material, scattering electrons outwards until it reaches an optically thin region, and plots a histogram of the emergent photons.

[ascl:2406.030] AutoPhOT: Rapid publication-quality photometry of transients

AutoPhOT (AUTOmated Photometry Of Transients) produces publication-quality photometry of transients quickly. Written in Python 3, this automated pipeline's capabilities include aperture and PSF-fitting photometry, template subtraction, and calculation of limiting magnitudes through artificial source injection. AutoPhOT is also capable of calibrating photometry against either survey catalogs (e.g., SDSS, PanSTARRS) or using a custom set of local photometric standards.