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Interesting Thermonuclear & Core-Collapse Supernovae

Papers
High Density Circumstellar Interaction in the Luminous Type IIn SN 2010jl: The first 1100 days, Fransson, C. + 2014, The Astrophysical Journal submitted, (arXiv:1312.6617)

Multi-color Optical and NIR Light Curves of 64 Stripped-Envelope Core-Collapse Supernovae , Bianco, F. + 2014, The Astrophysical Journal Supplement, Volume 213, Issue 2, Article id. 19, 21 pp. (arXiv:1405.1428) (DOI)

Type IIb Supernova SN 2011dh: Spectra and Photometry from the Ultraviolet to the Near-Infrared, Marion, G.H. + 2014, The Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 781, Issue 2, Article id. 69, 18 pp. (arXiv:1303.5482) (DOI)

A Panchromatic View of the Restless SN 2009ip Reveals the Explosive Ejection of a Massive Star Envelope, Margutti, R. + 2014, The Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 780, Issue 1, Article id. 21, 38 pp. (arXiv:1306.0038) (DOI)

The Fast and Furious Decay of the Peculiar Type-I Supernova 2005ek, Drout, M. + 2013, The Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 774, Issue 1, article id. 58, 18 pp. (arXiv:1306.2337) (DOI)

PS1-12sk is a Peculiar Supernova From a He-Rich Progenitor System in a Brightest Cluster Galaxy Environment, Sanders, N.E. + 2013, The Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 769, Issue 1, 39, 15 pp. (arXiv:1303.1818) (DOI)

From Shock Breakout to Peak and Beyond: Extensive Panchromatic Observations of the Type Ib Supernova 2008D Associated with Swift X-ray Transient 080109, Modjaz, M. + 2009, The Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 702, Issue 1, pp. 226-248 (arXiv:0805.2201) (DOI)

SN 2008ha: An Extremely Low Luminosity and Exceptionally Low Energy Supernova, Foley, R.J. + 2009, The Astronomical Journal, Vol. 138, Issue 2, pp. 376-391 (arXiv:0902.2794) (DOI)

The Golden Standard Type Ia Supernova 2005cf: Observations from the Ultraviolet to the Near-Infrared Wavebands, Wang, X. + 2009, The Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 697, Issue 1, pp. 380-408 (arXiv:0811.1205) (DOI)

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Last Updated: Andrew Samuel Friedman, 9/2014

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