SN 2008am , the SIMBAD biblio

SN 2008am , the SIMBAD biblio (49 results) C.D.S. - SIMBAD4 rel 1.8 - 2022.08.12CEST19:41:46


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2008CBET.1262....1Y 1         O           1 3 Supernova 2008am. YUAN F., QUIMBY R., RYKOFF E., et al.
2008CBET.1262....2R 1         O           1 2 Supernova 2008am. ROSTOPCHIN S. and RILEY V.
2008CBET.1262....3O         O           1 1 Supernova 2008am. OFEK E., BLOOM J.S., FOLEY R.J., et al.
2008CBET.1262....4G         O           1 1 Supernova 2008am. GREEN D.W.E.
2008ATel.1408....1C 1 1 VLA radio upper limit on type IIn supernova 2008am. CHANDRA P. and SODERBERG A.
2009ApJ...690.1303M 81           X         2 10 89 The exceptionally luminous type II-linear supernova 2008es. MILLER A.A., CHORNOCK R., PERLEY D.A., et al.
2010ApJ...709.1337I 39           X         1 14 23 Hypernova and gamma-ray burst remnants as TeV unidentified sources. IOKA K. and MESZAROS P.
2011ApJ...727...15N 95       D     X         3 34 107 The extreme hosts of extreme supernovae. NEILL J.D., SULLIVAN M., GAL-YAM A., et al.
2011ApJ...729..143C viz 5445 T K A S   X C       137 27 54
SN 2008am: a super-luminous type IIn supernova.
CHATZOPOULOS E., WHEELER J.C., VINKO J., et al.
2011ApJ...730...34S 17       D               1 33 78 SN 2010jl in UGC 5189: yet another luminous type IIn supernova in a metal-poor galaxy. STOLL R., PRIETO J.L., STANEK K.Z., et al.
2012ApJ...746..121C 42           X         1 13 97 Generalized semi-analytical models of supernova light curves. CHATZOPOULOS E., WHEELER J.C. and VINKO J.
2012A&A...538A.120L viz 16       D               1 5598 23 A unified supernova catalogue. LENNARZ D., ALTMANN D. and WIEBUSCH C.
2011CBET.2824....2C 39 T       O X         3 0 Supernova 2011fr. CALDWELL J.
2012ApJ...751...92R 39           X         1 24 41 The unusual temporal and spectral evolution of the type IIn supernova 2011ht. ROMING P.W.A., PRITCHARD T.A., PRIETO J.L., et al.
2012MNRAS.422.2675T 40           X         1 15 42 Detectability of high-redshift superluminous supernovae with upcoming optical and near-infrared surveys. TANAKA M., MORIYA T.J., YOSHIDA N., et al.
2012MNRAS.423.1652O 40           X         1 9 33 Quark nova imprint in the extreme supernova explosion SN 2006gy. OUYED R., KOSTKA M., KONING N., et al.
2012ApJ...756..173S viz 40           X         1 23 67 Multi-wavelength observations of the enduring type IIn supernovae 2005ip and 2006jd. STRITZINGER M., TADDIA F., FRANSSON C., et al.
2012Sci...337..927G 5 31 322 Luminous supernovae. GAL-YAM A.
2012A&A...544A..81H viz 16       D               1 7232 45 Supernovae and their host galaxies. I. The SDSS DR8 database and statistics. HAKOBYAN A.A., ADIBEKYAN V.Zh., ARAMYAN L.S., et al.
2012ApJ...760L..11U 39           X         1 16 2 Unusual long and luminous optical transient in the Subaru deep field. URATA Y., TSAI P.P., HUANG K., et al.
2012AJ....144..177Q 39           X         1 82 14 On the rates of type Ia supernovae in dwarf and giant hosts with ROTSE-IIIb. QUIMBY R.M., YUAN F., AKERLOF C., et al.
2013MNRAS.431..912Q 256       D     X         7 25 100 Rates of superluminous supernovae at z ∼ 0.2. QUIMBY R.M., YUAN F., AKERLOF C., et al.
2013ApJ...768..195W 81           X         2 9 40 Illuminating the primeval universe with type IIn supernovae. WHALEN D.J., EVEN W., LOVEKIN C.C., et al.
2013ApJ...773...12S 40           X         1 73 32 Probing the low-redshift star formation rate as a function of metallicity through the local environments of type II supernovae. STOLL R., PRIETO J.L., STANEK K.Z., et al.
2013ApJ...773...76C 637     A D S   X C       15 23 93 Analytical light curve models of superluminous supernovae: χ2-minimization of parameter fits. CHATZOPOULOS E., WHEELER J.C., VINKO J., et al.
2014AJ....147..118R 201           X   F     4 59 47 Absolute-magnitude distributions of supernovae. RICHARDSON D., JENKINS III R.L., WRIGHT J., et al.
2014ApJ...787..157P 498       D     X C       12 51 31 Bolometric and UV light curves of core-collapse supernovae. PRITCHARD T.A., ROMING P.W.A., BROWN P.J., et al.
2015ApJ...798...12V 164           X         4 19 48 A luminous, fast rising UV-transient discovered by ROTSE: a tidal disruption event? VINKO J., YUAN F., QUIMBY R.M., et al.
2011ATel.3351....1S 39           X         1 10 2 Five transients in the Pan-STARRS1 Faint Galaxy Supernova Survey. SMARTT S.J., VALENTI S., MAGILL L., et al.
2015MNRAS.449..917L 141       D     X         4 29 105 Spectroscopy of superluminous supernova host galaxies. A preference of hydrogen-poor events for extreme emission line galaxies. LELOUDAS G., SCHULZE S., KRUHLER T., et al.
2015MNRAS.452.3869N 42           X         1 55 86 On the diversity of superluminous supernovae: ejected mass as the dominant factor. NICHOLL M., SMARTT S.J., JERKSTRAND A., et al.
2016ApJ...820...74D 181       D     X C       4 24 4 Characterizing mid-ultraviolet to optical light curves of nearby Type IIn supernovae. DE LA ROSA J., ROMING P., PRITCHARD T., et al.
2016MNRAS.458...84A viz 16       D               4 127 37 A Hubble Space Telescope survey of the host galaxies of Superluminous Supernovae. ANGUS C.R., LEVAN A.J., PERLEY D.A., et al.
2016MNRAS.460.3232C 16       D               1 128 5 Physical conditions and element abundances in supernova and γ-ray burst host galaxies at different redshifts. CONTINI M.
2016ApJ...831..205K 41           X         1 28 18 SN Refsdal: classification as a luminous and blue SN 1987A-like type II supernova. KELLY P.L., BRAMMER G., SELSING J., et al.
2017ApJ...840...12Y 84           X         2 38 21 A statistical study of superluminous supernovae using the magnetar engine model and implications for their connection with gamma-ray bursts and hypernovae. YU Y.-W., ZHU J.-P., LI S.-Z., et al.
2018MNRAS.473.1258S 17       D               2 75 37 Cosmic evolution and metal aversion in superluminous supernova host galaxies. SCHULZE S., KRUHLER T., LELOUDAS G., et al.
2018ApJ...855....2Q 43           X         1 63 10 Spectra of hydrogen-poor superluminous supernovae from the Palomar Transient Factory. QUIMBY R.M., DE CIA A., GAL-YAM A., et al.
2018MNRAS.475.1261H 43           X         1 17 2 Electron scattering wings on lines in interacting supernovae. HUANG C. and CHEVALIER R.A.
2018ApJ...857...72H 187       D     X C       4 12 1 Obscured star formation in the host galaxies of superluminous supernovae. HATSUKADE B., TOMINAGA N., HAYASHI M., et al.
2018MNRAS.476.1497B 43           X         1 31 1 SN 2013fs and SN 2013fr: exploring the circumstellar-material diversity in Type II supernovae. BULLIVANT C., SMITH N., WILLIAMS G.G., et al.
2018MNRAS.479.2202H 43           X         1 3 2 Detection strategies for the first supernovae with JWST. HARTWIG T., BROMM V. and LOEB A.
2020Sci...367..415J 4 ~ A type Ia supernova at the heart of superluminous transient SN 2006gy. JERKSTRAND A., MAEDA K. and KAWABATA K.S.
2020ApJ...899...56S 134           X C       2 6 ~ A systematic study on the rise time-peak luminosity relation for bright optical transients powered by wind shock breakout. SUZUKI A., MORIYA T.J. and TAKIWAKI T.
2020MNRAS.499.3544S 45           X         1 35 ~ High-resolution spectroscopy of SN 2017hcc and its blueshifted line profiles from post-shock dust formation. SMITH N. and ANDREWS J.E.
2021ApJ...909...24K 19       D               1 93 ~ Photospheric velocity gradients and ejecta masses of hydrogen-poor superluminous supernovae: proxies for distinguishing between fast and slow events. KONYVES-TOTH R. and VINKO J.
2021MNRAS.502.1678K 47           X         1 51 ~ SN 2020ank: a bright and fast-evolving H-deficient superluminous supernova. KUMAR A., KUMAR B., PANDEY S.B., et al.
2021ApJ...922...17H 47           X         1 40 ~ A VLA survey of late-time radio emission from superluminous supernovae and the host galaxies. HATSUKADE B., TOMINAGA N., MOROKUMA T., et al.
2022ApJ...928...77L 50           X         1 69 ~ Using the Optical-NIR Spectral Energy Distributions to Search for the Evidence of Dust Formation of 66 Supernovae. LI J.-Y., WANG S.-Q., GAN W.-P., et al.

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