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1980MNRAS.192..861P 24 1 124 Coordinated optical, ultraviolet, radio and X-ray observations of SN 1979c in M 100. PANAGIA N., VETTOLANI G., BOKSENBERG A., et al.
1980PASP...92...56C 4 18 Spectrophotometry of SN 1979c in M 100. CARNEY B.W.
1980IUE80......521P 68 T                   1 2 ~ Observations of
supernova 1979c in M 100.
1980IUE80......725P 2 ~ Observations of the nucleus of M 100. PANAGIA N., VETTOLANI G., PALUMBO G.G.C., et al.
1981A&A....94L..25D 3 13 Radio observations of the spectrum and time variability of the luminous supernova remnant in NGC 4449. DE BRUYN A.G., GOSS W.M. and VAN WOERDEN H.
1981ApJ...243L.151W 3 4 71 SN 1979 (c) a radio SN. WEILER K.W., VAN DER HULST J.M., SRAMEK R.A., et al.
1981ApJ...244..780B 45 1 229 The type II SN 1979c in M 100 and the distance to the Virgo cluster. BRANCH D., FALK S.W., McCALL M.L., et al.
1981ApJ...245L.107P 71 T                   1 3 40 Radio emission from very young SNR: the case of
SN 1979c.
1981ApJ...247..484P 70 T                   1 6 32 Observations of M 100 with the Einstein Observatory shortly after the explosion of its fourth supernova,
SN 1979C.
1981ApJ...251..259C 10 1 50 The interaction of the radiation from a type II supernova with a circumstellar shell. CHEVALIER R.A.
1981PASP...93...36D 70 T                   1 6 45 The bright
SN 1979c in M 100.
1981Natur.289..441C 2 0 A bright nearby supernova. CHEVALIER R.A.
1982ApJ...258...31C 12 41 A search for radio emission from six historical supernovae in the galaxies NGC 5236 and NGC 5253. COWAN J.J. and BRANCH D.
1982ApJ...259..302C 56 2 568 The radio and X-ray emission from type II supernovae. CHEVALIER R.A.
1982IUE82......434B 4 ~ Hydrogen two photon emission in the UV spectrum of type II supernovae. BENVENUTI P., DOPITA M.A. and D'ODORICO S.
1982IUE82......438B 9 0 An atlas of UV spectra of supernovae. BENVENUTI P., SANZ FERNANDEZ DE CORDOBA L. and WAMSTEKER W.
1982IUE3r.......31P 7 ~ Ultraviolet properties of supernovae. PANAGIA N.
1983ApJ...274..175D 85 T                   1 2 169 The infrared echo of a type II supernova with a circumstellar dust shell: applications to
SN 1979c and SN 1980k.
1983BAAS...15..915K 3 0 Discovery of new variable radio sources near M 82's nucleus. KRONBERG P.P. and SRAMEK R.A.
1983BAAS...15Q.954B 69 T                   1 0 VLBI observations of the supernova
S 1979c.
1983MitAG..60..107H 5 5 Supernova atmospheres. HEMPE K.
1983Natur.306..566V 1 4 23 Radio discovery of a young supernova. VAN DER HULST J.M., HUMMEL E., DAVIES R.D., et al.
1983SSRv...36..293P 5 2 Observations of supernova explosions and cosmic rays. PALUMBO G.G.C.
1984A&A...132....1F 72 T                   1 2 37 Physical conditions in the UV line emitting region of
supernova 1979c in NGC 4321.
1984A&A...132..115F 2 2 21 Line profiles from supernovae. FRANSSON C.
1984A&A...133..264F 5 2 53 Comptonization and UV emission lines from type II supernovae. FRANSSON C.
1984A&A...135...27B 10 30 Radioactive decays and supernova light curves. BARBON R., CAPPELLARO E. and TURATTO M.
1984A&A...137..255P 2 3 Infrared emission from silicate grains in the dust shells of two supernovae. PEARCE G.
1984A&AS...58..735B 1026 42 A revised supernova catalogue. BARBON R., CAPPELLARO E., CIATTI F., et al.
1984ApJ...279..157M 1 5 31 A search for young, luminous optical pulsars in extragalactic supernova remnants. MIDDLEDITCH J. and KRISTIAN J.
1984ApJ...285..134B 1 8 44 The evolution of nonthermal supernova remnants. II. Can radio supernovae become plerions ? BANDIERA R., PACINI F. and SALVATI M.
1984BAAS...16..541S 5 1 The first radio light curve for a type I supernova. SRAMEK R.A., WEILER K.W., VAN DER HULST J.M., et al.
1984PAZh...10..214F 3 1 Magnetic field amplification and particle acceleration in the radio supernova. FEDORENKO V.N.
1984S&W....23...60B 4 0 Radio Supernova in M 106. BECK R.
1985ApJ...297..719D 2 3 32 The infrared echo of type II supernovae with circumstellar dust shells. II. A probe into the presupernova evolution of the progenitor star. DWEK E.
1985MNRAS.212..309I 2 4 The destruction of dust grains in collisions of a supernova with a circumstellar medium. ITOH H.
1985Afz....23..121B 20 0 On the behaviour of photosphere of supernovae. BARTUNOV O.S. and TSVETKOV D.Y.
1985Ap&SS.111..419P 3 1 Pre-existing dust shells around type-I supernovae. PEARCE G. and MAYES A.J.
1985Natur.318...25B 12 1 49 Hubble's constant determined using very-long baseline interferometry of a supernova. BARTEL N., ROGERS A.E.E., SHAPIRO I.I., et al.
1985PAZh...11..357C 69 T                   1 1 2 The ejected mass of the type II supernova
SN 1979C.
1985S&T....69...18S 1 0 Supernovae : mileposts of the universe. SMITH D.H.
1986A&A...157..335P 3 0 The condensation of grains in the ejecta of supernovae. PEARCE G.
1986A&A...166..257B 85 96 Properties of supernova remnants at known distances. I. Surface brightness and radio spectral index. BERKHUIJSEN E.M.
1986ApJ...301..790W 5 16 327 Radio supernovae. WEILER K.W., SRAMEK R.A., PANAGIA N., et al.
1986ApJ...308..225C 7 3 87 The scattered light echo of a supernova. CHEVALIER R.A.
1986MNRAS.220..927M 37 47 Interstellar absorption lines in the directions of extragalactic objects. II. Analysis of 25 sight lines. MORTON D.C. and BLADES J.C.
1986MNRAS.221..789G 2 4 32 Analysis of the infrared echo of supernova 1982e in NGC 1332. GRAHAM J.R. and MEIKLE W.P.S.
1986ARA&A..24..205W 8 25 800 The physics of supernova explosions. WOOSLEY S.E. and WEAVER T.A.
1986Ap&SS.122..343B 18 12 A comparative study of type I and type II supernovae. BARTUNOV O.S. and TSVETKOV D.Y.
1986CoKon..86..379L 17 0 Ejection of matter by massive stars. LOZINSKAYA T.A.
1986NInfo..60..157M 3 0 International of spectra of supernovae. MUSTEL E.R. and CHUGAI N.N.
1986PZ.....22..279T 110 11 Light and colour curves of type I and II supernovae. TSVETKOV D.Y.
1986PAZh...12..293C 3 0 The relative abundance of nitrogen and oxygen in the type II supernovae. CHUGAJ N.N.
1986Sci...231.1251W 7 2 Radio studies of extragalactic supernovae. WEILER K.W., SRAMEK R.A. and PANAGIA N.
1987A&A...177L..21W 12 27 Early observations of Supernova 1987A with the International Ultraviolet Explorer (IUE). WAMSTEKER W., PANAGIA N., BARYLAK M., et al.
1987A&A...177L..33F 2 4 36 Implications of the UV observations of SN 1987A. FRANSSON C., GREWING M., CASSATELLA A., et al.
1987ApJ...320..602K 6 3 75 Ultraviolet observations of SN 1987A. KIRSHNER R.P., SONNEBORN G., CRENSHAW D.M., et al.
1987ApJ...322..215G 116 28 Prospects for gamma-ray line observations of individual supernovae. GEHRELS N., LEVENTHAL M. and MacCALLUM C.J.
1987ApJ...323L..51S 12 14 Light echoes : type II supernovae. SCHAEFER B.E.
1987PASP...99..461H 64 26 On the local environment of extragalactic supernovae. HUANG Y.L.
1987AZh....64...79T 102 4 Frequency of outbursts and spatial distribution of type I and II supernovae. TSVETKOV D.Y.
1987JAVSO..16...19S 17 1 Visually discovered extra-galactic supernovae. SPRATT C.E.
1987Natur.329..611C 1 6 28 Circumstellar interaction and a pulsar nebula the supernova 1986j. CHEVALIER R.A.
1987SciAm.257k..50W 13 ~ Helium-rich supernovas. WHEELER J.C. and HARKNESS R.P.
1988A&A...192..221L 12 2 98 Circumstellar absorption of UV and radio emission from supernovae. LUNDQVIST P. and FRANSSON C.
1988AJ.....95..152E 1 4 18 Infrared supernova light curves and asymmetric stellar mass loss. EMMERING R.T. and CHEVALIER R.A.
1988AJ.....96.1941F 6 8 192 Supernova 1987K : type II in youth, type Ib in old age. FILIPPENKO A.V.
1988ApJ...329..814D 3 4 52 Will dust black out SN 1987A ? DWEK E.
1988ARA&A..26..295W 1 39 205 Supernovae and supernova remnants. WEILER K.W. and SRAMEK R.A.
1988ATsir1534...13T 12 0 "Fast" and "slow" type II supernovae. TSVETKOV D.Y. and CHUGAI N.N.
1988KodOB..10....1K 13 0 Introduction to supernovae phenomena. KRISHAN V.
1988PASAu...7..513C 5 1 Late evolution of SN 1987A. CHEVALIER R.A.
1988PASAu...7..520F 2 5 The circumstellar emission from SN 1987A. FRANSSON C.
1988PASAu...7..540F 14 7 Taxonomy of supernovae. FILIPPENKO A.V.
1988SSRv...46..225D 8 12 The first nine months of SN 1987A : what have we learnt ? DOPITA M.A.
1988IAUS..129..175B 8 11 Determinations of distances to radio sources with VLBI. BARTEL N.
1988IAUCo.101...15L 3 ~ The circumstellar structure around supernovae. LUNDQVIST P. and FRANSSON C.
1988IAUCo.101...23C 18 ~ Radio supernovae : the detection of SN 1961V in NGC 1058. COWAN J.J., HENRY R.B.C. and BRANCH D.
1988IAUCo.101...31C 11 ~ The early evolution of supernova remnants. CHEVALIER R.A.
1989A&A...210L...1C 8 8 Infrared emission from the sub-arcsecond vicinity of SN 1987A. CHALABAEV A.A., PERRIER C. and MARIOTTI J.M.
1989A&A...210..262H 71 T                   1 2 8 Theoretical models for the continuum and colors of
SN 1979C and SN 1980K.
1989A&A...211..353M 6 5 A model for radio emission from SN 1987A. MANCHANDA R.K., SOOD R.K. and WALDRON L.
1989A&AS...80..379B 28 40 Infrared photometry and spectrophotometry of SN 1987A. I. March to October 1987 observations. BOUCHET P., MONETI A., SLEZAK E., et al.
1989A&AS...81..421B viz 1262 130 The Asiago supernova catalogue. BARBON R., CAPPELLARO E. and TURATTO M.
1989ApJ...336..421W 66 61 Radio emission from supernovae. I. One to twelve year old supernovae. WEILER K.W., PANAGIA N., SRAMEK R.A., et al.
1989ApJ...338..388E 2 2 18 Circumstellar infrared and scattered light echoes from SN 1987A. EMMERING R.T. and CHEVALIER R.A.
1989ApJ...341..883S 6 7 Radio emission from supernova SN 1986J in NGC 891. SUKUMAR S. and ALLEN R.J.
1989ApJ...342L..79Y 17 67 Absolute light curves of type II supernovae. YOUNG T.R. and BRANCH D.
1989ApJ...343..323F 6 7 195 Late emission from supernovae : a window on stellar nucleosynthesis. FRANSSON C. and CHEVALIER R.A.
1989ApJ...344..325K 12 3 149 Formation of dust grains in the ejecta of SN 1987A. KOZASA T., HASEGAWA H. and NOMOTO K.
1989MNRAS.236..885I 2 4 44 The effect of a circumstellar medium on the X-ray emission of young remnants of type II supernovae. ITOH H. and MASAI K.
1989MNRAS.237.1033B 6 0 Supernova SN 1987A: rotation rate of the central pulsar. BHATT H.C. and DATTA B.
1989BAAS...21.1096W 1 0 SN 1986J - a different kind of type II supernova. WEILER K.W., PANAGIA N. and SRAMEK R.A.
1989PASJ...41..853I 1 4 20 The effects of dust destruction on the ionization relaxation and X-ray emission of rarefied plasmas. ITOH H.
1990A&A...228...61C 9 13 Supernovae 1986E, 1987D, 1987F : photometric and spectroscopic observations. CAPPELLARO E., DELLA VALLE M., IIJIMA T., et al.
1990A&A...230...81L 42 62 Supernova studies. III. The calibration of the absolute magnitude of supernovae of type Ia. LEIBUNDGUT B. and TAMMANN G.A.
1990A&A...236..149T 91 15 Supernova studies. V. The luminosity function of supernovae of type II. TAMMANN G.A. and SCHROEDER A.
1990AJ....100..530M 99 116 Supernova absolute-magnitude distributions. MILLER D.L. and BRANCH D.
1990ApJ...351L..45F 1 8 37 Optical identification of dust within the Crab nebula's filaments. FESEN R.A. and BLAIR W.P.
1990ApJ...351..437F 12 39 Optical detection of the remnant of SN 1980K in NGC 6946. FESEN R.A. and BECKER R.H.
1990ApJ...364..611W 6 6 167 Radio emission from supernovae. II. SN 1968J: a different kind of type II. WEILER K.W., PANAGIA N. and SRAMEK R.A.
1990MNRAS.242..529W 17 41 Shell-like structure in 41.9+58, a powerful supernova remnant in M 82. WILKINSON P.N. and DE BRUYN A.G.
1990MNRAS.244..281C 15 30 A combined optical, infrared and radio study of the megamaser galaxy III Zw 35. CHAPMAN J.M., STAVELEY-SMITH L., AXON D.J., et al.
1990BAAS...22.1213F 70 T                   1 3 3 Optical recovery of SN 1970G and
SN 1979C.
1990BAAS...22.1222W 70 T                   1 1 0 Ten-year light curves for
1991AJ....102..875U 50 39 Second-epoch VLA observations of compact radio sources in NGC 253. ULVESTAD J.S. and ANTONUCCI R.R.J.
1991ApJ...374..266S 7 2 57 Model light curves of linear type II supernovae. SWARTZ D.A., WHEELER J.C. and HARKNESS R.P.
1991ApJ...380..161W 114 T K                 1 3 97 The 10 year radio light curves for
SN 1979C.
1991MNRAS.250..513C 2 6 48 Evidence for energizing of H alpha emission in type II supernovae by ejecta-wind interaction. CHUGAI N.N.
1991MNRAS.251..649B 147 35 Interstellar Ca II in the galactic halo and in QSO absorption systems. BOWEN D.V.
1991PASP..103..787W 18 5 Supernebulae. II. WHEELER J.C. and SWARTZ D.A.
1991BAAS...23..901V 3 0 The radio light curves for SN 1980K and SN 1981K VAN DYK S.D., WEILER K.W., SRAMEK R.A., et al.
1991BAAS...23.1353W 70 T                   1 1 0 Evidence for periodic modulation of presupernova mass loss from the stellar progenitor of
SN 1979C.
1991BAAS...23.1405V 3 0 The classification of radio supernovae. VAN DYK S.D., WEILER K.W., PANAGIA N., et al.
1991PASAu...9..108S 4 0 AT monitoring of SNR 1987A. STAVELEY-SMITH L., MANCHESTER R.N. and KESTEVEN M.J.
1992A&A...257..575A 6 1 Upper limit to the 45 MHz flux density of SN 1987A. ALVAREZ H., APARICI J., MAY J., et al.
1992AJ....103.1788V 98 64 Association of supernovae with recent star formation regions in late typegalaxies. VAN DYK S.D.
1992ApJ...389L..17G 24 24 Type II-L supernovae - standard bombs. GASKELL C.M.
1992ApJ...395..366S 1 26 153 Expanding photospheres of type II supernovae and the extragalactic distance scale. SCHMIDT B.P., KIRSHNER R.P. and EASTMAN R.G.
1992ApJ...396..195V 1 3 16 The 20 and 6 centimeter radio light curves for SN 1981K: a type II radio supernova. VAN DYK S.D., WEILER K.W., SRAMEK R.A., et al.
1992ApJ...398..248W 2 5 52 Full evolution of the 6 and 20 centimeter radio emission from SN 1980K. WEILER K.W., VAN DYK S.D., PANAGIA N., et al.
1992ApJ...399..672W 110 T K                 3 48 Evidence for periodic modulation of presupernova mass loss from the progenitor of
SN 1979C.
1992MNRAS.259..709C 47 47 On the origin of the radio emission in IRAS galaxies with high ultrahigh luminosity : the starburst - AGN controversy. COLINA L. and PEREZ-OLEA D.
1992PASP..104..246W 9 0 On the use of supernovae as radio-optical astrometric fiducial points. WEILER K.W., JOHNSTON K.J. and VAN DYK S.D.
1992BAAS...24.1244C 3 ~ Supernova emission from circumstellar interaction. CHEVALIER R.A. and FRANSSON C.
1992BAAS...24.1293V 4 ~ The radio emission from the type Ic supernova SN 1990B. VAN DYK S.D., SRAMEK R.A., WEILER K.W., et al.
1992IAUC.5456....1W 4 3 Supernova 1992H in NGC 5377. WREN W.
1992IAUC.5573....1M 3 0 Supernova 1992ao in NGC 7637. McNAUGHT R.H., PARKER Q.A., DELLA VALLE M., et al.
1992JBAA..102...12O 2 0 Pulsar PSR 1829-10 may not have planets, but ... O'BRIEN R.
1992PAZh...18..104B 71 T                   1 ~ Model of
supernova 1979C with radiative transfer in the envelope.
1992SNSNR.R......1C 3 0 Theory of supernova remnants. CHEVALIER R.A.
1993A&A...268..472C 169 53 The rate of supernovae. I. The data base, the recipe and the uncertainties. CAPPELLARO E., TURATTO M., BENETTI S., et al.
1993A&A...273..106B 6 5 128 Non-equilibrium radiative transfer in supernova theory: models of linear type II supernovae. BLINNIKOV S.I. and BARTUNOV O.S.
1993A&AS...98..443P 95 46 Light curves of type II supernovae. I. The atlas. PATAT F., BARBON R., CAPPELLARO E., et al.
1993ApJ...407..110F 107 T K                 5 38 The optical recovery of
SN 1979C in NGC 4321 (M 100).
1993ApJ...413L.109F 7 27 The optical recovery of SN 1970G in M 101 (NGC 5457). FESEN R.A.
1993MNRAS.262..128T 5 8 166 The type II supernova 1988Z in MCG +03-28-022: increasing evidence of interaction of supernova ejecta with a circumstellar wind. TURATTO M., CAPPELLARO E., DANZIGER I.J., et al.
1993MNRAS.263..767G 6 3 Late-time spectral evolution of the type II supernova 1990E in NGC 1035. GOMEZ G. and LOPEZ R.
1993Ap&SS.202..215D 25 8 The classification of supernovae. DA SILVA L.A.L.
1993Ap&SS.205...99C 11 0 Radio emission in active galaxies : the starburst scenario. COLINA L. and PEREZ-OLEA D.
1993BAAS...25..835H 4 ~ Theoretical models of type II supernovae and comparison with observations. HSU J.J.L., et al.
1993IAUC.5743....1S 4 13 Supernova 1993J in NGC 3031. SRAMEK R.A., VAN DYK S.D., WEILER K.W., et al.
1993IAUC.5759....1V 4 7 Supernova 1993J in NGC 3031. VAN DYK S.D., WEILER K.W., RUPEN M.P., et al.
1993PASJ...45L..59V 8 13 BVRI photometry of SN 1993J in M 81. I. Period April 01-30 1993. VAN DRIEL W., YOSHIDA S., NAZKADA Y., et al.
1993SSRv...66..425W 13 4 The evolution of massive stars to explosion. WHEELER J.C. and SWARTZ D.A.
1994A&A...282..731P 1 36 183 Light curves of type II supernovae. II. The analysis. PATAT F., BARBON R., CAPPELLARO E., et al.
1994A&A...284..507B 1 3 Synthetic line profiles for supernovae of type II. BEST M. and WEHRSE R.
1994AJ....108.1002G 10 14 Early spectra of supernova 1993J in M 81. GARNAVICH P.M. and ANN H.B.
1994AJ....108.2220F 2 10 86 The peculiar type II supernova 1993J in M81: transition to the nebular phase. FILIPPENKO A.V., MATHESON T. and BARTH A.J.
1994ApJ...420..152Y 7 17 The clumpy galaxy Markarian 297 and its supernova activity. YIN Q.F.
1994ApJ...420..268C 27 4 445 Emission from circumstellar interaction in normal type II supernovae. CHEVALIER R.A. and FRANSSON C.
1994ApJ...421L..23R 1 6 36 Relic radio emission in 3C 388. ROETTIGER K., BURNS J.O., CLARKE D.A., et al.
1994ApJ...424L..25M 10 23 Radio-size estimates of SN 1993J. MARCAIDE J.M., ALBERDI A., ELOSEGUI P., et al.
1994ApJ...424..114H 56 91 Compact radio sources in the starburst galaxy M 82 and the sigma-D relation for supernova remnants. HUANG Z.P., THUAN T.X., CHEVALIER R.A., et al.
1994ApJ...430...53P 63 68 Luminosity-line-width relations and the extragalactic distance scale. II. A comparison with types Ia and II supernovae. PIERCE M.J.
1994ApJ...432...42S 1 36 204 The distance to five type II supernovae using the expanding photosphere method and the value of Ho. SCHMIDT B.P., KIRSHNER R.P., EASTMAN R.G., et al.
1994ApJ...434L..19S 1 15 99 SN 1991T: reflections of past glory. SCHMIDT B.P., KIRSHNER R.P., LEIBUNDGUT B., et al.
1994ApJ...434..128C 25 32 Radio observations of M 83 and its supernova remnants. COWAN J.J., ROBERTS D.A. and BRANCH D.
1994ApJ...436...89C 2 5 59 The radio emission from the ultraluminous far-infrared galaxy NGC 6240. COLBERT E.J.M., WILSON A.S. and BLAND-HAWTHORN J.
1994MNRAS.268..173C 8 7 251 SN 1988Z: low-mass ejecta colliding with the clumpy wind? CHUGAI N.N. and DANZIGER I.J.
1994MNRAS.268..203C 51 32 Radio continuum observations of starburst galaxies. COLLISON P.M., SAIKIA D.J., PEDLAR A., et al.
1994PASP..106....1T 79 6 Astrophysics in 1993. TRIMBLE V. and LEONARD P.J.T.
1994PASP..106.1276B 250 79 Distribution of supernovae relative to spiral arms and H II regions. BARTUNOV O.S., TSVETKOV D.Y. and FILIMONOVA I.V.
1994BAAS...26..969S 13 ~ Radio supernovae. SRAMEK R., RUPEN M., VAN DYK S.D., et al.
1994BAAS...26.1352F 3 ~ A new distance to the Virgo cluster galaxy M 100 using the Hubble Space Telescope. FERRARESE L., et al.
1994BAAS...26.1498H 4 ~ Radio continuum mapping of the spiral galaxy NGC 4321. HYMAN S.D., et al.
1994MmSAI..65..853T 13 0 Progress on supernova research. TURATTO M. and CAPPELLARO E.
1994Natur.371..757F 13 8 443 Distance to the Virgo cluster galaxy M 100 from Hubble Space Telescope observations of cepheids. FREEDMAN W.L., MADORE B.F., MOULD J.R., et al.
1995A&A...293..723C 13 28 The bright linear type II SN 1990K. CAPPELLARO E., DANZIGER I.J., DELLA VALLE M., et al.
1995A&A...297..802D 1 2 9 Formation of hydrogen lines in the atmospheres of type II supernovae. DUSCHINGER M., PULS J., BRANCH D., et al.
1995A&A...299..715P 1 10 44 Late-time Hα emission from the hydrogen shell of SN 1993J. PATAT F., CHUGAI N. and MAZZALI P.A.
1995A&A...301..666L 104 6 Studies of multiple supernovae in spiral galaxies. LI W. and LI Z.
1995A&A...303L..57B 6 5 The acceleration of electrons in the radio supernova SN 1986J. BALL L. and KIRK J.G.
1995AJ....109.2608F 7 12 Continued monitoring of the late-time optical emission from SN 1980K. FESEN R.A., HURFORD A.P. and MATONICK D.M.
1995ApJ...443L..77H 22 13 The radio detection of SN 1968D in NGC 6946. HYMAN S.D., VAN DYK S.D., WEILER K.W., et al.
1995ApJ...449..413M 47 72 Limits on the Hubble constant from the HST distance of M100. MOULD J., HUCHRA J.P., BRESOLIN F., et al.
1995ApJS...99..223P 2 8 57 Ultraviolet observations of SN 1987A with the IUE satellite. PUN C.S., KIRSHNER R.P., SONNEBORN G., et al.
1995MNRAS.276..530C 1 8 29 Optical spectrum of SN 1978K: emission from shocked clouds in the circumstellar wind. CHUGAI N.N., DANZIGER I.J. and DELLA VALLE M.
1995MNRAS.277..106C 10 21 SN 1986E eight years after outburst : a link to SN 1957D ? CAPPELLARO E., DANZIGER I.J. and TURATTO M.
1995MNRAS.277..857P 24 27 Evolutionary models of the radio emission in compact starbursts. PEREZ-OLEA D.E. and COLINA L.
1995PASP..107..347B 15 24 Radio emission from type Ia supernovae as a test of symbiotic-star progenitor systems. BOFFI F.R. and BRANCH D.
1995AuJPh..48.1093M 5 1 Progress in measuring the Hubble constant. MOULD J.
1995ChA&A..19..426Z 4 1 Modelling the April 15 spectrum of Supernova 1993J. ZHANG Q., WANG L.-F., HU J.-Y., et al.
1995IBVS.4146....1T 4 2 Observations of SN 1993ad. TSVETKOV D.Y. and PAVLYUK N.N.
1995RPPh...58.1375S 49 72 X-ray emission from supernovae : a review of the observations. SCHLEGEL E.M.
1995SSRv...74..289C 3 4 Inside and outside of supernovae. CHEVALIER R.A.
1996AJ....111.1271V 30 26 Type "IIn" supernovae : a search for radio emission. VAN DYK S.D., WEILER K.W., SRAMEK R.A., et al.
1996AJ....111.1286C 26 41 A study of SN 1992H in NGC 5377. CLOCCHIATTI A., BENETTI S., WHEELER J.C., et al.
1996AJ....111.1660S 22 31 On the early spectroscopic distinction of type II supernovae. SCHLEGEL E.M.
1996AJ....111.2017V 91 88 Supernovae and massive star formation regions. VAN DYK S.D., HAMUY M. and FILIPPENKO A.V.
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