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1998IAUC.6829Q...1L 72 T                   2 ~ Supernova 1998S in NGC 3877. LI W.-D., LI C., WAN Z., et al.
1998IAUC.6830R...1F 72 T                   3 ~ Supernova 1998S in NGC 3877. FILIPPENKO A.V. and MORAN E.C.
1998IAUC.6831Q...1N 72 T                   2 ~ Supernova 1998S in NGC 3877. NAKAMURA A., KAWAKAMI K., BALAM D.D., et al.
1998IAUC.6832Q...1G 72 T                   4 ~ Supernova 1998S in NGC 3877. GARNAVICH P., JHA S., KIRSHNER R., et al.
1998IAUC.6835Q...1Q 72 T                   2 ~ Supernovae 1998S and 1998T. QIU Y.L., YOSHIDA S., MERLIN J.C., et al.
1998IAUC.6838R...1H 72 T                   2 ~ Supernova 1998S in NGC 3877. HORNOCH K., BRAT L. and NOVAK L.
1998IAUC.6841R...1Q 72 T                   2 ~ Supernova 1998S in NGC 3877. QIU Y.L., CAO L., QIAO Q.Y., et al.
1998IAUC.6843S...1B 72 T                   2 ~ Supernova 1998S in NGC 3877. BIGNOTTI M., KISS L., SPRATT C.E., et al.
1998IAUC.6845R...1G 72 T                   2 ~ Supernova 1998S in NGC 3877. GARNAVICH P., KIRSHNER R., CHALLIS P., et al.
1998IAUC.6846R...1G 72 T                   2 ~ Supernova 1998S in NGC 3877. GRANSLO B.H., SHANKLIN J., CARVAJAL J., et al.
1998IAUC.6847S...1M 72 T                   2 ~ Supernova 1998S in NGC 3877. MERLIN J.-C.
1998IAUC.6852S...1M 72 T                   2 ~ Supernova 1998S in NGC 3877. MIZSER A., DIEPVENS A., TEJERA M.S., et al.
1998IAUC.6860S...1G 72 T                   2 ~ Supernova 1998S in NGC 3877. GARNAVICH P., JHA S., KIRSHNER R., et al.
1998IAUC.6865S...1S 72 T                   2 ~ Supernova 1998S in NGC 3877. SHANKLIN J., SUAREZ M., SPRATT C.E., et al.
1998IAUC.6885R...1H 72 T                   3 ~ Supernova 1998S in NGC 3877. HANZL D.
1998IAUC.6924R...1H 72 T                   2 ~ Supernova 1998S in NGC 3877. HANZL D.
1998IAUC.6956S...1H 72 T                   2 ~ Supernova 1998S in NGC 3877. HANZL D.
1998IAUC.7047Q...1G 72 T                   2 ~ Supernova 1998S in NGC 3877. GARNAVICH P., CHALLIS P. and KIRSHNER R.
1998IAUC.7058Q...1G 72 T                   2 ~ Supernova 1998S in NGC 3877. GARNAVICH P., JHA S., KIRSHNER R., et al.
1998IAUC.7058R...1S 72 T                   3 ~ Supernovae 1997ab,
1998S, 1998et.
1999A&A...350..349D 5 6 91 Rates and redshift distributions of high-z supernovae. DAHLEN T. and FRANSSON C.
1999A&AS..139..531B viz 1468 151 The Asiago supernova catalogue - 10 years after. BARBON R., BUONDI V., CAPPELLARO E., et al.
1999IAUC.7103S...1K 72 T                   13 ~
Supernovae 1998S, 1998aq, 1998bu, 1998es, 1999D, 1999E.
1999IAUC.7185S...1S 72 T                   6 ~
Supernovae 1998S, 1999Z, 1999aa, 1999ac, 1999an, 1999be.
1999IAUC.7322R...1V 72 T                   4 ~ Supernova 1998S in NGC 3877. VAN DYK S.D., LACEY C.K., SRAMEK R.A., et al.
2000A&AS..144..219L 110 T K                 13 53 The supernova 1998S in NGC 3877: Another supernova with Wolf-Rayet star features in pre-maximum spectrum. LIU Q.-Z., HU J.-Y., HANG H.-R., et al.
2000AJ....119.2968G 109 T K                 25 65 Detection of CO and dust emission in near-infrared spectra of
SN 1998S.
2000ApJ...532..415R 11 13 Can light echoes account for the slow decay of type IIn supernovae?. ROSCHERR B. and SCHAEFER B.E.
2000ApJ...536..225B 110 T K                 11 34 Interstellar and circumstellar optical and ultraviolet lines toward
SN 1998S.
BOWEN D.V., ROTH K.C., MEYER D.M., et al.
2000ApJ...536..239L 112 T K                 22 231 Evidence for asphericity in the type IIn supernova
SN 1998S.
2000MNRAS.318.1093F 113 T K                 11 139 Optical and infrared photometry of the type IIn
SN 1998S: days 11-146.
2000PASP..112..217B 37   K                 7 30 Supernova resonance-scattering profiles in the presence of external illumination. BRANCH D., JEFFERY D.J., BLAYLOCK M., et al.
2000BASI...28..269A 72 T                   2 0 Optical spectroscopy of SN 1998S. ANUPAMA G.C., PANDEY G. and SIVARANI T.
2000IAUC.7435S...1V 72 T                   6 ~ Supernovae 1998A,
1998S, and 1999gn.
VAN DYK S.D., NELSON B. (The Two Micron All Sky Survey Team)
2000IAUC.7483R...1L 5 ~ Supernovae 2000dc, 2000dd, and 2000df. LEONARD D.C., LI W.D. and FILIPPENKO A.V.
2000IAUC.7524R...1S 12 ~ Supernovae 2000em, 2000en, 2000eo, 2000ep, 2000eq. STROLGER L.-G. (The Nearby Galaxies Supernova Search Team), SEGUEL J.C., et al.
2000MmSAI..71..317S 10 2 SN 1997ab: evidence of circumstellar interaction. SALAMANCA I.
2000MmSAI..71..573T 176 3 The ESO-Asiago SN monitoring program and archive. TURATTO M.
2001A&A...367..506A 131 T K A   O           6 14 Early time optical spectroscopy of supernova
SN 1998S.
2001A&A...376..188S 10 15 Carbon Monoxide in type II supernovae. SPYROMILIO J., LEIBUNDGUT B. and GILMOZZI R.
2001AJ....122..182B 31 92 A Chandra study of the Circinus galaxy point-source population. BAUER F.E., BRANDT W.N., SAMBRUNA R.M., et al.
2001ApJ...547..406L 110 T K                 6 28 Analysis of type IIn
SN 1998S: effects of circumstellar interaction on observed spectra.
2001ApJ...550.1030W 41   K                 15 245 Bipolar supernova explosions. WANG L., HOWELL D.A., HOEFLICH P., et al.
2001ApJ...553..861L 2 17 133 Is it round? Spectropolarimetry of the type II-p Supernova 1999em. LEONARD D.C., FILIPPENKO A.V., ARDILA D.R., et al.
2001ApJ...555..900P 3 38 362 The metamorphosis of SN 1998bw. PATAT F., CAPPELLARO E., DANZIGER J., et al.
2001ApJ...558..615H 2 29 225 The distance to SN 1999em from the expanding photosphere method. HAMUY M., PINTO P.A., MAZA J., et al.
2001ApJS..136..463W viz 447 298 Distances and metallicities of high- and intermediate-velocity clouds. WAKKER B.P.
2001MNRAS.324..325M 85 85 Supernovae in the nuclear regions of starburst galaxies. MATTILA S. and MEIKLE W.P.S.
2001MNRAS.325..907F 112 T K                 15 167 Optical and infrared spectroscopy of the type IIn
SN 1998S: days 3-127.
2001MNRAS.326.1448C 117 T K                 6 151 Broad emission lines from the opaque electron-scattering environment of
SN 1998S.
2001PASP..113..920L 1 20 80 Spectropolarimetry of the type II supernovae 1997ds, 1998A, and 1999gi. LEONARD D.C. and FILIPPENKO A.V.
2001MmSAI..72..883V 5 1 First results of the near-IR supernovae search and follow-up project (SWIRT). VALENTINI G., ARKHAROV A., BROCATO E., et al.
2002AJ....123..753M 1 5 18 Early near-infrared observations of SN 1993J. MATTHEWS K., NEUGEBAUER G., ARMUS L., et al.
2002AJ....123.2847G 38 12 Narrow lines in type II supernovae: probing the circumstellar nebulae of the progenitors. GRUENDL R.A., CHU Y.-H., VAN DYK S.D., et al.
2002AJ....124.2506L 20 28 Evidence for extremely high dust polarization efficiency in NGC 3184. LEONARD D.C., FILIPPENKO A.V., CHORNOCK R., et al.
2002ApJ...572..350F 2 16 125 Optical and ultraviolet spectroscopy of SN 1995N: evidence for strong circumstellar interaction. FRANSSON C., CHEVALIER R.A., FILIPPENKO A.V., et al.
2002ApJ...572..932P 111 T K                 21 117 X-ray, optical, and radio observations of the type II supernovae 1999em and
POOLEY D., LEWIN W.H.G., FOX D.W., et al.
2002ApJ...573..144D 18 43 Optical and infrared observations of the supernova SN 1999el. DI CARLO E., MASSI F., VALENTINI G., et al.
2002ApJ...575.1007G 37   K                 21 50 Extraordinary late-time infrared emission of type IIn supernovae. GERARDY C.L., FESEN R.A., NOMOTO K., et al.
2002MNRAS.330..473C 111 T K                 5 18 The origin of the high-velocity circumstellar gas around
SN 1998S.
2002MNRAS.330..844S 1 9 30 The circumstellar material around SN IIn 1997eg: another detection of a very narrow P Cygni profile. SALAMANCA I., TERLEVICH R.J. and TENORIO-TAGLE G.
2002MNRAS.333...27P 20 52 The type IIn supernova 1995G: interaction with the circumstellar medium. PASTORELLO A., TURATTO M., BENETTI S., et al.
2002PASP..114..403L 37   K                 38 47 A Hubble Space Telescope snapshot survey of nearby supernovae. LI W., FILIPPENKO A.V., VAN DYK S.D., et al.
2002PASP..114..700V 28 33 Possible recovery of SN 1961V in Hubble space telescope archival images. VAN DYK S.D., FILIPPENKO A.V. and LI W.
2002PASP..114..833P 1 28 85 Not color-blind: using multiband photometry to classify supernovae. POZNANSKI D., GAL-YAM A., MAOZ D., et al.
2002PASP..114.1333L 24 63 Photospheric-phase spectropolarimetry and nebular-phase spectroscopy of the peculiar type Ic Supernova 2002ap. LEONARD D.C., FILIPPENKO A.V., CHORNOCK R., et al.
2002ARA&A..40..387W 152 284 Radio emission from supernovae and gamma-ray bursters. WEILER K.W., PANAGIA N., MONTES M.J., et al.
2002IAUC.7818....4G 3 0 Supernova 2002an in NGC 2575. GAL-YAM A., SHEMMER O. and DANN J.
2002IAUC.7844....5M 3 0 Supernova 2002bj in NGC 1821. MATHESON T., JHA S., CHALLIS P., et al.
2002PASJ...54..905G 13 17 Carbon monoxide in the type Ic Supernova 2000ew. GERARDY C.L., FESEN R.A., NOMOTO K., et al.
2002INGN....6....6M 10 0 Searching for obscured supernovae in nearby starburst galaxies. MATTILA S., GREIMEL R., MEIKLE P., et al.
2003A&A...401..519M 94 76 The infrared supernova rate in starburst galaxies. MANNUCCI F., MAIOLINO R., CRESCI G., et al.
2003ApJ...582..924G 4 11 156 Discovery of the low-redshift optical afterglow of GRB 011121 and its progenitor supernova SN 2001ke. GARNAVICH P.M., STANEK K.Z., WYRZYKOWSKI L., et al.
2003ApJ...585..418F 1 7 27 p-Process nucleosynthesis inside supernova-driven supercritical accretion disks. FUJIMOTO S.-I., HASHIMOTO M.-A., KOIKE O., et al.
2003ApJ...592..457W 2 13 102 Spectropolarimetry of the type ic supernova SN 2002ap in M74: more evidence for asymmetric core collapse. WANG L., BAADE D., HOEFLICH P., et al.
2003ApJ...596..323B 75 8 X-ray emission from a sample of young supernovae. BREGMAN J.N., HOUCK J.C., CHEVALIER R.A., et al.
2003IAUC.8124....1K 3 2 Supernova 2003dv in UGC 9638. KOTAK R., MEIKLE W.P.S. (The European Supernova Collaboration), et al.
2003IAUC.8134....2M 7 0 Supernovae 2003ef, 2003eg, 2003eh, 2003ei, 2003ej, 2003ek. MATHESON T., CHALLIS P., KIRSHNER R., et al.
2003MmSAI..74..110B 14 5 The SWIRT project at Campo Imperatore. BROCATO E. and DOLCI M.
2003IAUS..212..585C 25 13 Ring nebulae around massive stars throughout the Hertzsprung-Russell diagram. CHU Y.-H.
2003IAUS..214..113I 10 1 X-ray emission from young supernovae. IMMLER S.
2004ApJ...600L.163R 2 11 71 Identification of type Ia supernovae at redshift 1.3 and beyond with the Advanced Camera for Surveys on the Hubble Space Telescope. RIESS A.G., STROLGER L.-G., TONRY J., et al.
2004ApJ...602..571B viz 4 37 446 Twenty-three high-redshift supernovae from the Institute for Astronomy Deep Survey: doubling the supernova sample at z > 0.7. BARRIS B.J., TONRY J.L., BLONDIN S., et al.
2004ApJ...603..644S 9 16 Chandra ACIS and XMM-newton EPIC observations of the X-Ray-Luminous SN 1978K in NGC 1313. SCHLEGEL E.M., KONG A., KAARET P., et al.
2004ApJ...608..872K 35 72 Chandra observations of the X-ray environs of SN 1998bw/GRB 980425. KOUVELIOTOU C., WOOSLEY S.E., PATEL S.K., et al.
2004ApJ...611..394B 15 34 High-resolution mid-infrared imaging of SN 1987A. BOUCHET P., DE BUIZER J.M., SUNTZEFF N.B., et al.
2004MNRAS.351.1379S 16 3 151 Dust formation in very massive primordial supernovae. SCHNEIDER R., FERRARA A. and SALVATERRA R.
2004MNRAS.352..457P 113 T K                 15 128 On the source of the late-time infrared luminosity of
SN 1998S and other Type II supernovae.
2004MNRAS.352.1213C 2 28 182 The Type IIn supernova 1994W: evidence for the explosive ejection of a circumstellar envelope. CHUGAI N.N., BLINNIKOV S.I., CUMMING R.J., et al.
2004MNRAS.355..627C 1 6 26 Circumstellar interaction of the type Ia supernova 2002ic. CHUGAI N.N., CHEVALIER R.A. and LUNDQVIST P.
2004MNRAS.355.1315G 2 9 66 Far-infrared and submillimetre observations of the Crab nebula. GREEN D.A., TUFFS R.J. and POPESCU C.C.
2004PASP..116..597G 26 24 Photometric identification of young stripped-core supernovae. GAL-YAM A., POZNANSKI D., MAOZ D., et al.
2004IAUC.8430....2G 5 4 Supernova 2004ao in UGC 10862. GOMEZ G., LOPEZ R., ACOSTA-PULIDO J.A., et al.
2004MmSAI..75..150D 7 4 Optical and near-infrared photometry of supernovae in galaxies of the local universe. DI CARLO E.
2004PhR...405..203D 51 132 Towards a complete theory of gamma-ray bursts. DAR A. and DE RUJULA A.
2004AstL...30...65C 4 3 40 Type-Ia supernovae in dense circumstellar gas. CHUGAI N.N. and YUNGELSON L.R.
2004GCN..2586....1S 6 16 Type Ic SN2001em (off-axis GRB jet?), optical spectrum. SODERBERG A.M., GAL-YAM A. and KULKARNI S.R.
2005A&A...437..411G 27 15 A possible bright blue supernova in the afterglow of GRB 020305. GOROSABEL J., FYNBO J.P.U., FRUCHTER A., et al.
2005A&A...444..837V 3         O           6 70 Constraints on gamma-ray burst and supernova progenitors through circumstellar absorption lines. VAN MARLE A.J., LANGER N. and GARCIA-SEGURA G.
2005ApJ...619..839C 2 40 243 Young core-collapse supernova remnants and their supernovae. CHEVALIER R.A.
2005ApJ...622..991F 114 T K                 9 95 Hubble Space Telescope and ground-based observations of SN 1993J and
SN 1998S: CNO processing in the progenitors.
2005ApJ...627L.113B 17 31 Detection of a massive dust shell around the type II supernova SN 2002hh. BARLOW M.J., SUGERMAN B.E.K., FABBRI J., et al.
2005ApJ...629..933C 7 13 Chandra's tryst with SN 1995N. CHANDRA P., RAY A., SCHLEGEL E.M., et al.
2005ApJ...632L..99I 27 29 Discovery of X-ray emission from supernova 1970G with Chandra: filling the void between supernovae and supernova remnants. IMMLER S. and KUNTZ K.D.
2005ApJ...632..283I 8 15 Late-time X-ray, UV, and optical monitoring of Supernova 1979C. IMMLER S., FESEN R.A., VAN DYK S.D., et al.
2005MNRAS.363.1241H 46 3 Interstellar polarization and the position-angle orientations of type 1 Seyfert galaxies. HOFFMAN J.L., CHORNOCK R., LEONARD D.C., et al.
2005PASP..117..773V viz 447 60 Classifications of the host galaxies of supernovae, set III. VAN DEN BERGH S., LI W. and FILIPPENKO A.V.
2006A&A...448...43T 2 26 132 The multi-phase gaseous halos of star forming late-type galaxies. I. XMM-Newton observations of the hot ionized medium. TUELLMANN R., PIETSCH W., ROSSA J., et al.
2006A&A...449..171N 1 14 33 X-ray emission from radiative shocks in type II supernovae. NYMARK T.K., FRANSSON C. and KOZMA C.
2006AJ....132..756J 16 31 Photometric identification of type Ia supernovae at moderate redshift. JOHNSON B.D. and CROTTS A.P.S.
2006ApJ...639..331G 2 22 112 Radio and optical follow-up observations of a uniform radio transient search: implications for gamma-ray bursts and supernovae. GAL-YAM A., OFEK E.O., POZNANSKI D., et al.
2006ApJ...641.1029C 2 29 116 Radio and X-ray emission as probes of type IIP supernovae and red supergiant mass loss. CHEVALIER R.A., FRANSSON C. and NYMARK T.K.
2006ApJ...645L..45S 5 36 375 On the role of continuum-driven eruptions in the evolution of very massive stars and population III stars. SMITH N. and OWOCKI S.P.
2006ApJ...645L.105B 1 10 39 QSO absorption lines from QSOS. BOWEN D.V., HENNAWI J.F., MENARD B., et al.
2006ApJ...646..378S 1 9 18 A Chandra ACIS observation of the X-ray-luminous SN 1988Z. SCHLEGEL E.M. and PETRE R.
2006ApJ...649..332M 1 9 32 A Spitzer Space Telescope study of SN 2002hh: an infrared echo from a type IIP supernova. MEIKLE W.P.S., MATTILA S., GERARDY C.L., et al.
2006MNRAS.368.1169P 38 71 Optical and infrared observations of the TypeIIP SN2002hh from days 3 to 397. POZZO M., MEIKLE W.P.S., RAYNER J.T., et al.
2006MNRAS.369..390M 43 50 Faint supernovae and supernova impostors: case studies of SN 2002kg/NGC 2403-V37 and SN 2003gm. MAUND J.R., SMARTT S.J., KUDRITZKI R.-P., et al.
2006Sci...313..196S 9 10 181 Massive-star supernovae as major dust factories. SUGERMAN B.E.K., ERCOLANO B., BARLOW M.J., et al.
2002IAUC.7865....1M 1 ~ Piossible Supernova in NGC 7714 MATTILA S., MEIKLE P., WALTON N., et al.
2006ATel..916....1B 1 5 10 Swift observations of SN 2006jc in UGC 4904. BROWN P.J., IMMLER S. and MODJAZ M.
2006ApJ...653L.129B 2 13 60 Supernova 2002ic: the collapse of a stripped-envelope, massive star in a dense medium? BENETTI S., CAPPELLARO E., TURATTO M., et al.
2007ATel.1004....1I 1 5 10 Detection of X-Ray Emission from SN 2005ip with Swift. IMMLER S. and POOLEY D.
2007ApJ...659L...9M 2 8 34 Adaptive optics discovery of supernova 2004ip in the nuclear regions of the luminous infrared galaxy IRAS 18293-3413. MATTILA S., VAISANEN P., FARRAH D., et al.
2007ApJ...659..441M 15 13 Interstellar iron and silicon depletions in translucent sight lines. MILLER A., LAUROESCH J.T., SOFIA U.J., et al.
2007A&A...469..941V 1         O           6 22 Constraints on gamma-ray burst and supernova progenitors through circumstellar absorption lines. II. Post-LBV Wolf-Rayet stars. VAN MARLE A.J., LANGER N. and GARCIA-SEGURA G.
2007ApJ...665..608M 4 11 106 A Spitzer Space Telescope study of SN 2003gd: still no direct evidence that core-collapse supernovae are major dust factories. MEIKLE W.P.S., MATTILA S., PASTORELLO A., et al.
2007ApJ...666.1024B 1 95 379 Determining the type, redshift, and age of a supernova spectrum. BLONDIN S. and TONRY J.L.
2007ApJ...666.1116S 48           X         1 22 490 SN 2006gy: discovery of the most luminous supernova ever recorded, powered by the death of an extremely massive star like η Carinae. SMITH N., LI W., FOLEY R.J., et al.
2007ApJ...668L..99Q 10 10 214 SN 2005ap: a most brilliant explosion. QUIMBY R.M., ALDERING G., WHEELER J.C., et al.
2007ApJ...669..525W viz 1 7 23 An extremely bright echo associated with SN 2002hh. WELCH D.L., CLAYTON G.C., CAMPBELL A., et al.
2008ApJ...673..999P viz 15       D               1 503 193 Characterizing supernova progenitors via the metallicities of their host galaxies, from poor dwarfs to rich spirals. PRIETO J.L., STANEK K.Z. and BEACOM J.F.
2008ApJ...675..644D 77             C       1 23 126 Using quantitative spectroscopic analysis to determine the properties and distances of type II plateau supernovae: SN 2005cs and SN 2006bp. DESSART L., BLONDIN S., BROWN P.J., et al.
2008MNRAS.384.1638P 15       D               1 190 21 How rapidly do neutron stars spin at birth? Constraints from archival X-ray observations of extragalactic supernovae. PERNA R., SORIA R., POOLEY D., et al.
2008ApJ...677..137C 226           X C       5 18 14 Detecting z>2 type IIn supernovae. COOKE J.
2008MNRAS.384..886V 41           X         1 5 38 Adaptive optics imaging and optical spectroscopy of a multiple merger in a luminous infrared galaxy. VAISANEN P., MATTILA S., KNIAZEV A., et al.
2008A&A...483L..47T 153           X         4 19 95 SN 2005 gj: evidence for LBV supernovae progenitors? TRUNDLE C., KOTAK R., VINK J.S., et al.
2008CBET.1390....1K 4 0 Supernova 2008cs in IRAS 17138-1017. KANKARE E., MATTILA S., RYDER S., et al.
2008ApJ...680..568S 41           X         1 25 158 Dust formation and He II λ4686 emission in the dense shell of the peculiar type Ib supernova 2006jc. SMITH N., FOLEY R.J. and FILIPPENKO A.V.
2008A&A...488..383H 15       D               1 404 108 ESC supernova spectroscopy of non-ESC targets. HARUTYUNYAN A.H., PFAHLER P., PASTORELLO A., et al.
2008MNRAS.389..113P 40           X         1 35 151 Massive stars exploding in a He-rich circumstellar medium - I. Type Ibn (SN 2006jc-like) events. PASTORELLO A., MATTILA S., ZAMPIERI L., et al.
2008MNRAS.389..131P 151           X         4 38 66 Massive stars exploding in a He-rich circumstellar medium - II. The transitional case of SN 2005la. PASTORELLO A., QUIMBY R.M., SMARTT S.J., et al.
2008MNRAS.389..141M 251     A     X         7 22 100 Massive stars exploding in a He-rich circumstellar medium - III. SN 2006jc: infrared echoes from new and old dust in the progenitor CSM. MATTILA S., MEIKLE W.P.S., LUNDQVIST P., et al.
2008ApJ...684.1343N 193           X         5 8 81 Early formation of dust in the ejecta of type Ib SN 2006jc and temperature and mass of the dust. NOZAWA T., KOZASA T., TOMINAGA N., et al.
2008PASJ...60S.107K 38           X         1 8 11 Asymmetric ejecta distribution of the Cygnus loop revealed with Suzaku. KATSUDA S., TSUNEMI H., MIYATA E., et al.
2008A&A...489..359Y 38           X         1 23 28 Core-collapse supernovae in low-metallicity environments and future all-sky transient surveys. YOUNG D.R., SMARTT S.J., MATTILA S., et al.
2008ApJ...685L.117G 38           X         1 10 13 GALEX spectroscopy of SN 2005ay suggests ultraviolet spectral uniformity among type II-P supernovae. GAL-YAM A., BUFANO F., BARLOW T.A., et al.
2008ApJ...686..467S 381           X C       9 24 199 SN 2006tf: precursor eruptions and the optically thick regime of extremely luminous type IIn supernovae. SMITH N., CHORNOCK R., LI W., et al.
2008AstL...34..589C 6 4 Circumstellar Na I and Ca II lines in type IIP supernovae and SN 1998S. CHUGAI N.N. and UTROBIN V.P.
2008ApJ...688.1186H 264           X         7 33 30 The dual-axis circumstellar environment of the type IIn supernova 1997eg. HOFFMAN J.L., LEONARD D.C., CHORNOCK R., et al.
2008ApJ...688.1210B 75           X         2 29 32 Supernova 1996cr: SN 1987A's wild cousin? BAUER F.E., DWARKADAS V.V., BRANDT W.N., et al.
2009ApJ...690.1424A 40           X         1 2 9 Sodium-22 from supernovae: a meteorite connection. AMARI S.
2009ApJ...691..650F 192           X         5 6 44 Near-infrared photometry of the type IIn SN 2005ip: the case for dust condensation. FOX O., SKRUTSKIE M.F., CHEVALIER R.A., et al.
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