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2020ApJ...897..114B 20       D               1 67 ~ The pre-explosion mass distribution of hydrogen-poor superluminous supernova progenitors and new evidence for a mass-spin correlation. BLANCHARD P.K., BERGER E., NICHOLL M., et al.
2019ApJ...874...68C 112       D     X         3 32 ~ A systematic study of superluminous supernova light-curve models using clustering. CHATZOPOULOS E. and TUMINELLO R.
2019ApJ...880..150S 47           X         1 10 ~ Three-dimensional hydrodynamic simulations of supernova ejecta with a central energy source. SUZUKI A. and MAEDA K.
2019ApJ...886...24L 47           X         1 18 ~ A search for late-time radio emission and fast radio bursts from superluminous supernovae. LAW C.J., OMAND C.M.B., KASHIYAMA K., et al.
2019MNRAS.488.3783B 47           X         1 15 ~ The Type II superluminous SN 2008es at late times: near-infrared excess and circumstellar interaction. BHIROMBHAKDI K., CHORNOCK R., MILLER A.A., et al.
2018A&A...617A.122K viz 179           X         4 56 11 The optical/NIR afterglow of GRB 111209A: Complex yet not unprecedented. KANN D.A., SCHADY P., OLIVARES E.F., et al.
2018ApJ...852...81L viz 269           X C       5 32 24 Hydrogen-poor superluminous supernovae from the Pan-STARRS1 Medium Deep Survey. LUNNAN R., CHORNOCK R., BERGER E., et al.
2018ApJ...854...37S 45           X         1 13 5 Studying the ultraviolet spectrum of the first spectroscopically confirmed Supernova at redshift two. SMITH M., SULLIVAN M., NICHOL R.C., et al.
2018ApJ...854..175I 18       D               1 48 6 A statistical approach to identify superluminous supernovae and probe their diversity. INSERRA C., PRAJS S., GUTIERREZ C.P., et al.
2018ApJ...855....2Q 18       D               2 63 10 Spectra of hydrogen-poor superluminous supernovae from the Palomar Transient Factory. QUIMBY R.M., DE CIA A., GAL-YAM A., et al.
2018ApJ...856...56C 45           X         1 26 9 Jets in hydrogen-poor superluminous supernovae: constraints from a comprehensive analysis of radio observations. COPPEJANS D.L., MARGUTTI R., GUIDORZI C., et al.
2018ApJ...864...45M viz 941     A D S   X C       20 37 18 Results from a systematic survey of X-ray emission from hydrogen-poor superluminous SNe. MARGUTTI R., CHORNOCK R., METZGER B.D., et al.
2018ApJ...867..113M 18       D               2 37 ~ Systematic investigation of the fallback accretion-powered model for hydrogen-poor superluminous supernovae. MORIYA T.J., NICHOLL M. and GUILLOCHON J.
2018ApJ...868L..32B 134           X         3 9 ~ Where is the engine hiding its missing energy? Constraints from a deep X-ray non-detection of the superluminous SN 2015bn. BHIROMBHAKDI K., CHORNOCK R., MARGUTTI R., et al.
2018ApJ...869..166V 18       D               1 58 ~ Superluminous supernovae in LSST: rates, detection metrics, and light-curve modeling. VILLAR V.A., NICHOLL M. and BERGER E.
2018MNRAS.473.1258S 108       D     X         3 75 37 Cosmic evolution and metal aversion in superluminous supernova host galaxies. SCHULZE S., KRUHLER T., LELOUDAS G., et al.
2018MNRAS.478..110S 269           X C       5 16 ~ Broad-band emission properties of central engine-powered supernova ejecta interacting with a circumstellar medium. SUZUKI A. and MAEDA K.
2018MNRAS.481.2407M 224           X C F     3 9 ~ Unveiling the engines of fast radio bursts, superluminous supernovae, and gamma-ray bursts. MARGALIT B., METZGER B.D., BERGER E., et al.
2017ApJ...835...58V viz 45           X         1 14 27 On the early-time excess emission in hydrogen-poor superluminous supernovae. VREESWIJK P.M., LELOUDAS G., GAL-YAM A., et al.
2017ApJ...835..177M 88             C       1 7 11 Properties of magnetars mimicking 56Ni-powered light curves in Type Ic superluminous supernovae. MORIYA T.J., CHEN T.-W. and LANGER N.
2017ApJ...835L...8N 89               F     1 13 29 An ultraviolet excess in the superluminous supernova Gaia16apd reveals a powerful central engine. NICHOLL M., BERGER E., MARGUTTI R., et al.
2017ApJ...836...25M viz 222           X C F     3 9 36 X-rays from the location of the double-humped transient ASASSN-15lh. MARGUTTI R., METZGER B.D., CHORNOCK R., et al.
2017ApJ...840...12Y 17       D               3 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.
2017ApJ...840...57Y 45           X         1 22 33 Far-ultraviolet to near-infrared spectroscopy of a nearby hydrogen-poor superluminous supernova Gaia16apd. YAN L., QUIMBY R., GAL-YAM A., et al.
2017ApJ...841...14M 53           X         1 10 90 Millisecond magnetar birth connects FRB 121102 to superluminous supernovae and long-duration gamma-ray bursts. METZGER B.D., BERGER E. and MARGALIT B.
2017ApJ...845...85L viz 104       D       C       2 47 35 Analyzing the largest spectroscopic data set of hydrogen-poor super-luminous supernovae. LIU Y.-Q., MODJAZ M. and BIANCO F.B.
2017ApJ...845..139B 47           X         1 3 9 Pulsar wind bubble blowout from a supernova. BLONDIN J.M. and CHEVALIER R.A.
2017ApJ...848...59M 87             C       1 14 6 Color Me Intrigued: the discovery of iPTF 16fnm, an SN 2002cx-like object. MILLER A.A., KASLIWAL M.M., CAO Y., et al.
2017ApJ...850...55N 17       D               2 41 37 The magnetar model for Type I superluminous supernovae. I. Bayesian analysis of the full multicolor light-curve sample with MOSFiT. NICHOLL M., GUILLOCHON J. and BERGER E.
2017ApJ...851...95S 17       D               1 24 13 Magnetar-powered superluminous supernovae must first be exploded by jets. SOKER N. and GILKIS A.
2017MNRAS.464.3568P 193       D     X         5 25 31 The volumetric rate of superluminous supernovae at z ∼ 1. PRAJS S., SULLIVAN M., SMITH M., et al.
2017MNRAS.468.4642I 218           X C F     3 35 26 Complexity in the light curves and spectra of slow-evolving superluminous supernovae. INSERRA C., NICHOLL M., CHEN T.-W., et al.
2016A&A...596A..67R 85           X         2 60 9 SN 2012aa: A transient between Type Ibc core-collapse and superluminous supernovae. ROY R., SOLLERMAN J., SILVERMAN J.M., et al.
2016ApJ...819...51L 256           X C       5 18 20 Late time multi-wavelength observations of Swift J1644+5734: a luminous Optical/IR bump and quiescent X-ray emission. LEVAN A.J., TANVIR N.R., BROWN G.C., et al.
2016ApJ...828....3B viz 129           X C       2 15 22 ASASSN-15lh: a superluminous ultraviolet rebrightening observed by Swift and Hubble. BROWN P.J., YANG Y., COOKE J., et al.
2016ApJ...828...94C 48           X         1 4 22 Extreme supernova models for the super-luminous transient ASASSN-15lh. CHATZOPOULOS E., WHEELER J.C., VINKO J., et al.
2016MNRAS.457L..79N 147       D     X   F     3 14 35 Seeing double: the frequency and detectability of double-peaked superluminous supernova light curves. NICHOLL M. and SMARTT S.J.
2016MNRAS.458...84A viz 230       D     X         6 127 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.460L..55M 17       D               1 23 10 Constraining the ellipticity of strongly magnetized neutron stars powering superluminous supernovae. MORIYA T.J. and TAURIS T.M.
2015AJ....149..165W 18       D               1 11 15 Testing cosmological models with Type IC super luminous supernovae. WEI J.-J., WU X.-F. and MELIA F.
2015ATel.7199....1C 42           X         1 4 1 GTC Classification of DES Supernova Candidates. CASTANDER F.J., CASAS R., GARCIA-ALVAREZ D., et al.
2015ApJ...804...90L 186       D     X         5 19 47 Zooming in on the progenitors of superluminous supernovae with the HST. LUNNAN R., CHORNOCK R., BERGER E., et al.
2015ApJ...811...43L 43           X         1 10 12 An ultrasoft X-ray flare from 3XMM J152130.7+074916: a tidal disruption event candidate. LIN D., MAKSYM P.W., IRWIN J.A., et al.
2015MNRAS.448.1206M viz 334           X C       7 272 48 Selecting superluminous supernovae in faint galaxies from the first year of the Pan-STARRS1 Medium Deep Survey. McCRUM M., SMARTT S.J., REST A., et al.
2015MNRAS.449.1215P 43           X         1 25 41 DES13S2cmm: the first superluminous supernova from the Dark Energy Survey. PAPADOPOULOS A., D'ANDREA C.B., SULLIVAN M., et al.
2015MNRAS.452.3869N 185       D     X         5 55 86 On the diversity of superluminous supernovae: ejected mass as the dominant factor. NICHOLL M., SMARTT S.J., JERKSTRAND A., et al.
2015MNRAS.454.3311M 56           X         1 8 116 The diversity of transients from magnetar birth in core collapse supernovae. METZGER B.D., MARGALIT B., KASEN D., et al.
2014ApJ...780...44C 88           X         2 17 103 The ultraviolet-bright, slowly declining transient PS1-11af as a partial tidal disruption event. CHORNOCK R., BERGER E., GEZARI S., et al.
2014ApJ...787..138L 390       D     X C       9 32 122 Hydrogen-poor superluminous supernovae and long-duration gamma-ray bursts have similar host galaxies. LUNNAN R., CHORNOCK R., BERGER E., et al.
2014ApJ...792L..29M 43           X         1 7 17 RBS 1032: a tidal disruption event in another dwarf galaxy? MAKSYM W.P., LIN D. and IRWIN J.A.
2014ApJ...796...87I 389       D S   X C       8 28 57 Superluminous supernovae as standardizable candles and high-redshift distance probes. INSERRA C. and SMARTT S.J.
2014ApJ...797...24V viz 102       D     X         3 20 62 The hydrogen-poor superluminous supernova iPTF 13ajg and its host galaxy in absorption and emission. VREESWIJK P.M., SAVAGLIO S., GAL-YAM A., et al.
2014MNRAS.437..656M viz 209           X C       4 19 58 The superluminous supernova PS1-11ap: bridging the gap between low and high redshift. McCRUM M., SMARTT S.J., KOTAK R., et al.
2014MNRAS.444.2096N 87           X         2 17 100 Superluminous supernovae from PESSTO. NICHOLL M., SMARTT S.J., JERKSTRAND A., et al.
2013ApJ...763...42O viz 42           X         1 43 44 X-ray emission from supernovae in dense circumstellar matter environments: a search for collisionless shocks. OFEK E.O., FOX D., CENKO S.B., et al.
2013ApJ...767..162C 285           X C       6 26 45 PS1-10afx at z = 1.388: Pan-STARRS1 discovery of a new type of superluminous supernova. CHORNOCK R., BERGER E., REST A., et al.
2013ApJ...770..128I 170           X         4 23 205 Super-luminous type IC supernovae: catching a magnetar by the tail. INSERRA C., SMARTT S.J., JERKSTRAND A., et al.
2013ApJ...771...97L 110     A     X         3 15 62 PS1-10bzj: a fast, hydrogen-poor superluminous supernova in a metal-poor host galaxy. LUNNAN R., CHORNOCK R., BERGER E., et al.
2013ApJ...771..136L 2210   K   D S   X C       53 23 33 Superluminous x-rays from a superluminous supernova. LEVAN A.J., READ A.M., METZGER B.D., et al.
2013ApJ...773...76C 776     A D     X C       19 23 93 Analytical light curve models of superluminous supernovae: χ2-minimization of parameter fits. CHATZOPOULOS E., WHEELER J.C., VINKO J., et al.
2013ApJ...779...98H 1085     A     X C       26 12 62 Two superluminous supernovae from the early universe discovered by the supernova legacy survey. HOWELL D.A., KASEN D., LIDMAN C., et al.
2013MNRAS.431..912Q 142       D     X C       3 25 100 Rates of superluminous supernovae at z ∼ 0.2. QUIMBY R.M., YUAN F., AKERLOF C., et al.
2013MNRAS.433..838P 162           X         4 19 11 Superluminous X-ray emission from the interaction of supernova ejecta with dense circumstellar shells. PAN T., PATNAUDE D. and LOEB A.
2012A&A...541A.129L 409           X C       9 10 89 SN 2006oz: rise of a super-luminous supernova observed by the SDSS-II SN survey. LELOUDAS G., CHATZOPOULOS E., DILDAY B., et al.
2012ApJ...745...31B viz 17       D               1 24 24 The Hubble Space Telescope Cluster Supernova Survey. VI. The volumetric type Ia supernova rate. BARBARY K., ALDERING G., AMANULLAH R., et al.
2012ApJ...745...32B 217       D     X         6 75 42 The Hubble space telescope cluster supernova survey. II. The type Ia supernova rate in high-redshift galaxy clusters. BARBARY K., ALDERING G., AMANULLAH R., et al.
2012ApJ...746...85S viz 72           X         1 35 1146 The Hubble Space Telescope Cluster Supernova Survey. V. Improving the dark-energy constraints above z > 1 and building an early-type-hosted supernova sample. SUZUKI N., RUBIN D., LIDMAN C., et al.
2012ApJ...746..121C 168           X C       3 13 97 Generalized semi-analytical models of supernova light curves. CHATZOPOULOS E., WHEELER J.C. and VINKO J.
2012ApJ...750....1M 40           X         1 76 34 The Hubble space telescope cluster supernova survey. III. Correlated properties of type Ia supernovae and their hosts at 0.9 < z < 1.46. MEYERS J., ALDERING G., BARBARY K., et al.
2012ApJ...755L..29B 105             C       2 2 50 Ultraluminous supernovae as a new probe of the interstellar medium in distant galaxies. BERGER E., CHORNOCK R., LUNNAN R., et al.
2012ApJ...760L..11U 40           X         1 16 2 Unusual long and luminous optical transient in the Subaru deep field. URATA Y., TSAI P.P., HUANG K., et al.
2012MNRAS.422.2675T 82           X         2 15 42 Detectability of high-redshift superluminous supernovae with upcoming optical and near-infrared surveys. TANAKA M., MORIYA T.J., YOSHIDA N., et al.
2012Natur.491..228C viz 13 7 93 Superluminous supernovae at redshifts of 2.05 and 3.90. COOKE J., SULLIVAN M., GAL-YAM A., et al.
2012Sci...337..927G 10 31 322 Luminous supernovae. GAL-YAM A.
2011ApJ...727...15N 136       D     X         4 34 107 The extreme hosts of extreme supernovae. NEILL J.D., SULLIVAN M., GAL-YAM A., et al.
2011ApJ...729..143C viz 80           X         2 27 54 SN 2008am: a super-luminous type IIn supernova. CHATZOPOULOS E., WHEELER J.C., VINKO J., et al.
2011ApJ...730...34S 96       D     X         3 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.
2011ApJ...741...73V 85           X         2 14 192 Optical discovery of probable stellar tidal disruption flares. VAN VELZEN S., FARRAR G.R., GEZARI S., et al.
2011ApJ...743..114C 1155     A D     X C       29 17 125 Pan-STARRS1 discovery of two ultraluminous supernovae at z ~ 0.9. CHOMIUK L., CHORNOCK R., SODERBERG A.M., et al.
2011BASI...39..375K 30 7 Transients in the local universe: systematically bridging the gap between novae and supernovae. KASLIWAL M.M.
2011MNRAS.417..916G viz 79           X         2 299 86 Supernovae in the Subaru Deep Field: the rate and delay-time distribution of type Ia supernovae out to redshift 2. GRAUR O., POZNANSKI D., MAOZ D., et al.
2011Natur.474..484Q viz 11 ~ Hydrogen-poor superluminous stellar explosions. QUIMBY R.M., KULKARNI S.R., KASLIWAL M.M., et al.
2010ATel.2504....1P 3 4 Detection of PTF10cwr/CSS100313 on PS1 sky survey images and host galaxy identification. PASTORELLO A., SMARTT S.J., YOUNG D., et al.
2010ApJ...709L..11K 158             C F     2 13 44 NGC 300 OT2008-1 as a scaled-down version of the Eta Carinae great eruption. KASHI A., FRANKOWSKI A. and SOKER N.
2010ApJ...724L..16P 462   K A     X C       11 13 164 Ultra-bright optical transients are linked with type IC supernovae. PASTORELLO A., SMARTT S.J., BOTTICELLA M.T., et al.
2010JApA...31..213B 3 0 Could the optical transient SCP 06F6 be due to microlensing ? BIESIADA M.
2010MNRAS.409..284M 39           X         1 10 18 Relic proto-stellar discs and the origin of luminous circumstellar interaction in core-collapse supernovae. METZGER B.D.
2010NewA...15..189S 2974 T K A     X C       74 12 14 Galactic vs. extragalactic origin of the peculiar transient
SCP 06F6
SOKER N., FRANKOWSKI A. and KASHI A.
2010PASJ...62...19M 527       D S   X C       12 64 13 Subaru FOCAS spectroscopic observations of high-redshift supernovae. MOROKUMA T., TOKITA K., LIDMAN C., et al.
2009AJ....138.1271D 172       D     X         5 71 40 An intensive Hubble space telescope survey for z>1 type Ia supernovae by targeting galaxy clusters. DAWSON K.S., ALDERING G., AMANULLAH R., et al.
2009ApJ...690.1358B viz 108 T   A     X         2 5 70 Discovery of an unusual optical transient with the Hubble Space Telescope. BARBARY K., DAWSON K.S., TOKITA K., et al.
2009ApJ...695..404R 75           X         1 1 73 Tidal disruption and ignition of white dwarfs by moderately massive black holes. ROSSWOG S., RAMIREZ-RUIZ E. and HIX W.R.
2009ApJ...697L.129G 2597 T K A S   X C F     63 14 15
SCP 06F6: a carbon-rich extragalactic transient at redshift z ≃ 0.14?
GANSICKE B.T., LEVAN A.J., MARSH T.R., et al.
2009ApJ...699.1690M 42           X         1 6 46 Hypercompact stellar systems around recoiling supermassive black holes. MERRITT D., SCHNITTMAN J.D. and KOMOSSA S.
2009ApJ...700.1415N 39           X         1 15 7 Constraining dust and color variations of high-z SNe using NICMOS on the Hubble space telescope. NOBILI S., FADEYEV V., ALDERING G., et al.
2009ApJ...704.1251C 2051 T   A S   X C F     49 9 17 Modeling the light curve of the transient
SCP06F6.
CHATZOPOULOS E., WHEELER J.C. and VINKO J.
2009ApJ...707.1064R 234           X C F     4 47 27 Fuzzy supernova templates. I. Classification. RODNEY S.A. and TONRY J.L.
2006CBET..546....1D 38 T       O X         2 3 Variable object in Bootes. DAWSON K., ALDERING G., BARBARY K., et al.
2006CBET..546....2G 38 T       O X         1 0 Variable object in Bootes. GREEN D.W.E.

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