Using line profiles to test the fraternity of type Ia supernovae at high and low redshifts

Stéphane Blondin*, Luc Dessart, Bruno Leibundgut, David Branch, Peter Höflich, John L. Tonry, Thomas Matheson, Ryan J. Foley, Ryan Chornock, Alexei V. Filippenko, Jesper Sollerman, Jason Spyromilio, Robert P. Kirshner, W. Michael Wood-Vasey, Alejandro Clocchiatti, Claudio Aguilera, Brian Barris, Andrew C. Becker, Peter Challis, Ricardo CovarrubiasTamara M. Davis, Peter Garnavich, Malcolm Hicken, Saurabh Jha, Kevin Krisciunas, L. I. Weidong, Anthony Miceli, Gajus Miknaitis, Giuliano Pignata, Jose Luis Prieto, Armin Rest, Adam G. Riess, Maria Elena Salvo, Brian P. Schmidt, R. Chris Smith, Christopher W. Stubbs, Nicholas B. Suntzeff

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