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The tool in lc1a.tbz generates simple supernova type 1a light curves. It is based on the expressions in Arnett 1982 and Dado & Dar 2015 where the bolometric luminosity is given by \begin{equation} L_b(t) = \frac{1}{t_r^2} \exp \left ( \frac{-t^2}{2 \ t_r^2} \right ) \int_0^t t \ \exp \left ( \frac{-t^2}{2 \ t_r^2} \right ) \ {\dot E}(t) \ {\rm d}t \ , \label{eq1} \tag{1} \end{equation} where $t_r$ is the rise time and ${\dot E}(t)$ is the energy deposition from radioactive decay of $^{56}{\rm Ni}$ and $^{56}{\rm Co}$ and positron heating. The tool's default set of parameters is aimed at SN 1992bc: