SN 1987A , the SIMBAD biblio

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2020A&A...634A..21S 50           X         1 24 ~ The Carnegie Supernova Project II. Early observations and progenitor constraints of the Type Ib supernova LSQ13abf. STRITZINGER M.D., TADDIA F., HOLMBO S., et al.
2020A&A...635A..29P viz 50           X         1 42 ~ Multiplicity of the red supergiant population in the young massive cluster NGC 330. PATRICK L.R., LENNON D.J., EVANS C.J., et al.
2020A&A...636A..22O 2330 T K A     X C       45 3 ~ Hydrodynamic simulations unravel the progenitor-supernova-remnant connection in
SN 1987A.
2020A&A...638A..83W 1250     A D S   X C       24 12 ~ 44Ti ejecta in young supernova remnants. WEINBERGER C., DIEHL R., PLEINTINGER M.M.M., et al.
2020A&A...638A..92T 50           X         1 19 ~ The Carnegie Supernova Project II. The shock wave revealed through the fog: The strongly interacting Type IIn SN 2013L. TADDIA F., STRITZINGER M.D., FRANSSON C., et al.
2020A&A...640A..56R 50           X         1 9 ~ Predictions for the hydrogen-free ejecta of pulsational pair-instability supernovae. RENZO M., FARMER R., JUSTHAM S., et al.
2020ApJ...888...25M 430 T   A     X         8 1 ~ Laboratory observation of radiative shock deceleration and application to
SN 1987A.
2020ApJ...888...91E 100           X         2 2 ~ PUSHing core-collapse supernovae to explosions in spherical symmetry. IV. Explodability, remnant properties, and nucleosynthesis yields of low-metallicity stars. EBINGER K., CURTIS S., GHOSH S., et al.
2020ApJ...888...97B 100           X         2 11 ~ Thermal evolution of neo-neutron stars. I. Envelopes, Eddington luminosity phase, and implications for GW170817. BEZNOGOV M.V., PAGE D. and RAMIREZ-RUIZ E.
2020ApJ...888..111O 5030 T   A S   X         99 12 ~ Matter mixing in aspherical core-collapse supernovae: three-dimensional simulations with single-star and binary merger progenitor models for
SN 1987A.
2020ApJ...889....4P 100           X         2 11 ~ Galactic archaeology at high redshift: inferring the nature of GRB host galaxies from abundances. PALLA M., MATTEUCCI F., CALURA F., et al.
2020ApJ...890....2A 1330 T   A     X C       25 4 ~ Final Spitzer IRAC observations of the rise and fall of
SN 1987A.
2020ApJ...890...35A 50           X         1 1 ~ The nucleosynthetic yields of core-collapse supernovae: prospects for the next generation of gamma-ray astronomy. ANDREWS S., FRYER C., EVEN W., et al.
2020ApJ...890...51E 1800           X C       35 6 ~ The explosion of helium stars evolved with mass loss. ERTL T., WOOSLEY S.E., SUKHBOLD T., et al.
2020ApJ...890...59R 250           X C       4 8 ~ Astrophysical limits on very light axion-like particles from Chandra grating spectroscopy of NGC 1275. REYNOLDS C.S., MARSH M.C.D., RUSSELL H.R., et al.
2020ApJ...890..127C 100           X         2 2 ~ Simulating turbulence-aided neutrino-driven core-collapse supernova explosions in one dimension. COUCH S.M., WARREN M.L. and O'CONNOR E.P.
2020ApJ...890..177K 50           X         1 19 ~ A new method to classify Type IIP/IIL supernovae based on their spectra. KOU S., CHEN X. and LIU X.
2020ApJ...891..116W 150           X         3 9 ~ Detection of the red supergiant wind from the progenitor of Cassiopeia A. WEIL K.E., FESEN R.A., PATNAUDE D.J., et al.
2020ApJ...891..137Z 50           X         1 51 ~ A systematic study of the dust of Galactic supernova remnants. I. The distance and the extinction. ZHAO H., JIANG B., LI J., et al.
2020ApJ...891..156N 100           X         2 3 ~ A new approach to the mass and radius of Neutron stars with supernova neutrinos. NAKAZATO K. and SUZUKI H.
2020ApJ...891L..24K 100           X         2 1 ~ Neutrino process in core-collapse supernovae with neutrino self-interaction and MSW effects. KO H., CHEOUN M.-K., HA E., et al.
2020ApJ...893...70K 50           X         1 4 ~ Silicate grain growth due to ion trapping in oxygen-rich supernova remnants like Cassiopeia A. KIRCHSCHLAGER F., BARLOW M.J. and SCHMIDT F.D.
2020ApJ...893...99C 280     A     X         6 2 ~ Three-dimensional simulations of magnetar-powered superluminous supernovae. CHEN K.-J., WOOSLEY S.E. and WHALEN D.J.
2020ApJ...893..144L 530     A     X C       10 24 ~ Evidence of particle acceleration in the superbubble 30 Doradus C with NuSTAR. LOPEZ L.A., GREFENSTETTE B.W., AUCHETTL K., et al.
2020ApJ...894....2P 50           X         1 3 ~ Wind-reprocessed transients. PIRO A.L. and LU W.
2020ApJ...894...39C 200           X C       3 19 ~ Thirty years of radio observations of Type Ia SN 1972E and SN 1895B: constraints on circumstellar shells. CENDES Y., DROUT M.R., CHOMIUK L., et al.
2020ApJ...894...99K 100           X         2 3 ~ The viability of the 3 + 1 neutrino model in the supernova neutrino process. KO H., JANG D., KUSAKABE M., et al.
2020ApJ...894..111B 350           X C       6 7 ~ Disentangling dust components in SN 2010jl: the first 1400 days. BEVAN A.M., KRAFTON K., WESSON R., et al.
2020ApJ...894..118W 80     A     X         2 8 ~ Type IIP supernova progenitors. III. Blue to red supergiant ratio in low-metallicity models with convective overshoot. WAGLE G.A., RAY A. and RAGHU A.
2020ApJ...894..122H 50           X         1 7 ~ Outside the wall: hydrodynamics of Type I supernovae interacting with a partially swept-up circumstellar medium. HARRIS C.E. and NUGENT P.E.
2020ApJ...895...31B 200           X         4 14 ~ Discovery and rapid follow-up observations of the unusual Type II SN 2018ivc in NGC 1068. BOSTROEM K.A., VALENTI S., SAND D.J., et al.
2020ApJ...895...32F 100           X         2 23 ~ The Zwicky Transient Facility Bright Transient Survey. I. Spectroscopic classification and the redshift completeness of local galaxy catalogs. FREMLING C., MILLER A.A., SHARMA Y., et al.
2020ApJ...895...82V 100           X         2 2 ~ Titanium and iron in the Cassiopeia A supernova remnant. VANCE G.S., YOUNG P.A., FRYER C.L., et al.
2020ApJ...896...39A 250           X         5 6 ~ Blasts from the past: supernova shock breakouts among X-ray transients in the XMM-Newton archive. ALP D. and LARSSON J.
2020ApJ...896...50C 100           X         2 4 ~ Is Betelgeuse the outcome of a past merger? CHATZOPOULOS E., FRANK J., MARCELLO D.C., et al.
2020ApJ...896L..33X 180     A     X         4 27 ~ A serendipitous discovery of GeV gamma-ray emission from Supernova 2004dj in a survey of nearby star-forming galaxies with Fermi-LAT. XI S.-Q., LIU R.-Y., WANG X.-Y., et al.
2020ApJ...898..125P 4180 T   A S   X C       81 17 ~
NS 1987A in
SN 1987A.
2020ApJ...898..139W 50           X         1 1 ~ Constraining properties of the next nearby core-collapse supernova with multimessenger signals. WARREN M.L., COUCH S.M., O'CONNOR E.P., et al.
2020ApJ...898L..51W 50           X         1 7 ~ RGS observations of ejecta knots in Tycho's supernova remnant. WILLIAMS B.J., KATSUDA S., CUMBEE R., et al.
2020ApJ...899...21B 900 T   A D     X C       17 2 ~ High-cadence dispersed spectral analysis of
Supernova Remnant 1987A.
BRAY E., BURROWS D.N., PARK S., et al.
2020ApJ...899..114D 50           X         1 25 ~ Anomalous extinction toward NGC 1938. DE MARCHI G., PANAGIA N. and MILONE A.P.
2020ApJ...899..153M 50           X         1 39 ~ Presupernova neutrinos: directional sensitivity and prospects for progenitor identification. MUKHOPADHYAY M., LUNARDINI C., TIMMES F.X., et al.
2020ApJ...899L...1Z 50           X         1 6 ~ Exploring the lower mass gap and unequal mass regime in compact binary evolution. ZEVIN M., SPERA M., BERRY C.P.L., et al.
2020ApJ...900...31Y 50           X         1 8 ~ Testing the weak equivalence principle with the binary neutron star merger GW 170817: the gravitational contribution of the host galaxy. YAO L., ZHAO Z., HAN Y., et al.
2020ApJ...901...77H 350           X         7 4 ~ Reaction rate sensitivity of the production of γ-ray emitting isotopes in core-collapse supernovae. HERMANSEN K., COUCH S.M., ROBERTS L.F., et al.
2020MNRAS.491.1384M 200           X C       3 4 ~ iPTF14hls as a variable hyper-wind from a very massive star. MORIYA T.J., MAZZALI P.A. and PIAN E.
2020MNRAS.491.2674P 200           X         4 3 ~ A simple model of time-dependent ionization in Type IIP supernova envelopes. POTASHOV M. and YUDIN A.
2020MNRAS.491.2715B 50           X         1 1 ~ The overarching framework of core-collapse supernova explosions as revealed by 3D FORNAX simulations. BURROWS A., RADICE D., VARTANYAN D., et al.
2020MNRAS.491.3479C 100             C       1 12 ~ Binary population synthesis models for core-collapse gamma-ray burst progenitors. CHRIMES A.A., STANWAY E.R. and ELDRIDGE J.J.
2020MNRAS.491.6020P 100           X         2 10 ~ Dust masses and grain size distributions of a sample of Galactic pulsar wind nebulae. PRIESTLEY F.D., BARLOW M.J., DE LOOZE I., et al.
2020MNRAS.492.2029S 50           X         1 4 ~ Monte Carlo radiative transfer for the nebular phase of Type Ia supernovae. SHINGLES L.J., SIM S.A., KROMER M., et al.
2020MNRAS.492.2383G 150           X         3 13 ~ HD 93795: a late-B supergiant star with a square circumstellar nebula. GVARAMADZE V.V., KNIAZEV A.Y., CASTRO N., et al.
2020MNRAS.492.3794Z 280     A     X         6 3 ~ Formation of CO+ by radiative association II. ZAMECNIKOVA M., GUSTAFSSON M., NYMAN G., et al.
2020MNRAS.492.4369T 100           X         2 11 ~ Type Ic supernova of a 22 M progenitor. TEFFS J., ERTL T., MAZZALI P., et al.
2020MNRAS.493..468D 100           X         2 28 ~ The `red supergiant problem': the upper luminosity boundary of Type II supernova progenitors. DAVIES B. and BEASOR E.R.
2020MNRAS.493.1761R 350           X C       6 34 ~ SN 2016gsd: an unusually luminous and linear Type II supernova with high velocities. REYNOLDS T.M., FRASER M., MATTILA S., et al.
2020MNRAS.493.1782Y 50           X         1 9 ~ Constraining the Einstein equivalence principle with multi-wavelength observations of polarized blazars. YI S.-X., ZOU Y.-C., YANG X., et al.
2020MNRAS.493.2706C 50           X         1 217 ~ A complete catalogue of dusty supernova remnants in the Galactic plane. CHAWNER H., GOMEZ H.L., MATSUURA M., et al.
2020MNRAS.493.4945K 50           X         1 4 ~ On the red supergiant problem. KOCHANEK C.S.
2020MNRAS.494..885S 50           X         1 13 ~ The shape of SN 1993J re-analysed. STEVANCE H.F., BAADE D., BRUTEN J.R., et al.
2020MNRAS.494.1071G 50           X         1 54 ~ The assembly of dusty galaxies at z >= 4: statistical properties. GRAZIANI L., SCHNEIDER R., GINOLFI M., et al.
2020MNRAS.494.2471J 2880 T K A S   X C F     54 4 ~ Properties of gamma-ray decay lines in 3D core-collapse supernova models, with application to
SN 1987A and Cas A.
2020MNRAS.494.3962S 100           X         2 5 ~ Neutrinos and gravitational waves from magnetized neutrino-dominated accretion discs with magnetic coupling. SONG C.-Y., LIU T. and WEI Y.-F.
2020MNRAS.494.5882R 50           X         1 61 ~ Luminous Type II supernovae for their low expansion velocities. RODRIGUEZ O., PIGNATA G., ANDERSON J.P., et al.
2020MNRAS.494L..53F 50           X         1 19 ~ The uncertain masses of progenitors of core-collapse supernovae and direct-collapse black holes. FARRELL E.J., GROH J.H., MEYNET G., et al.
2020MNRAS.495.3751C 50           X         1 2 ~ The impact of fallback on the compact remnants and chemical yields of core-collapse supernovae. CHAN C., MULLER B. and HEGER A.
2020MNRAS.495.4419V 50           X         1 59 ~ Examining supernova events in Type 1 active galactic nuclei. VILLARROEL B., IMAZ I., LUSSO E., et al.
2020MNRAS.496...95G 670       D     X C       13 13 ~ DES16C3cje: A low-luminosity, long-lived supernova. GUTIERREZ C.P., SULLIVAN M., MARTINEZ L., et al.
2020MNRAS.496.1834L 150           X         3 15 ~ Atacama Compact Array observations of the pulsar-wind nebula of SNR 0540-69.3. LUNDQVIST P., LUNDQVIST N., VLAHAKIS C., et al.
2020MNRAS.496.1902A 50           X         1 14 ~ The possible disappearance of a massive star in the low-metallicity galaxy PHL 293B. ALLAN A.P., GROH J.H., MEHNER A., et al.
2020MNRAS.496.2039S 250           X         5 13 ~ Three-dimensional models of core-collapse supernovae from low-mass progenitors with implications for Crab. STOCKINGER G., JANKA H.-T., KRESSE D., et al.
2020MNRAS.496.2902M 50           X         1 64 ~ Lithium and beryllium in the Gaia-Enceladus galaxy. MOLARO P., CESCUTTI G. and FU X.
2020MNRAS.496.3961K 50           X         1 1 ~ The sensitivity of presupernova neutrinos to stellar evolution models. KATO C., HIRAI R. and NAGAKURA H.
2020MNRAS.496.4517S 1470       D     X C       29 46 ~ The γ-ray deposition histories of core-collapse supernovae. SHARON A. and KUSHNIR D.
2020MNRAS.497..361M 100           X         2 44 ~ The low-luminosity Type II SN 2016aqf: a well-monitored spectral evolution of the Ni/Fe abundance ratio. MULLER-BRAVO T.E., GUTIERREZ C.P., SULLIVAN M., et al.
2020MNRAS.497.2227P 350           X         7 16 ~ Constraining early-time dust formation in core-collapse supernovae. PRIESTLEY F.D., BEVAN A., BARLOW M.J., et al.
2020MNRAS.497.2553K 50           X         1 13 ~ Multimessenger observations of counterparts to IceCube-190331A. KRAUSS F., CALAMARI E., KEIVANI A., et al.
2020RNAAS...4...35G 50           X         1 4 ~ Apparent Magnitude of Betelgeuse as a Type IIP Supernova. GOLDBERG J.A., BAUER E.B. and HOWELL D.A.
2019A&A...621A..30S 47           X         1 7 ~ Late-time observations of the extraordinary Type II supernova iPTF14hls. SOLLERMAN J., TADDIA F., ARCAVI I., et al.
2019A&A...621A..64T 47           X         1 12 ~ The luminous late-time emission of the type-Ic supernova iPTF15dtg - evidence for powering from a magnetar? TADDIA F., SOLLERMAN J., FREMLING C., et al.
2019A&A...621A.138K 140           X         3 21 ~ Magnetic field estimates from the X-ray synchrotron emitting rims of the 30 Dor C superbubble and the implications for the nature of 30 Dor C's TeV emission. KAVANAGH P.J., VINK J., SASAKI M., et al.
2019A&A...621A.141D 47           X         1 16 ~ Simulations of light curves and spectra for superluminous Type Ic supernovae powered by magnetars. DESSART L.
2019A&A...622A..70D 4245   K A D S   X C       90 11 ~ Supernovae from blue supergiant progenitors: What a mess! DESSART L. and HILLIER D.J.
2019A&A...622A..73O 2407 T K A     X C       50 2 ~ 3D MHD modeling of the expanding remnant of
SN 1987A. Role of magnetic field and non-thermal radio emission.
2019A&A...622A..93B 47           X         1 22 ~ CI Camelopardalis: The first sgB[e]-high mass X-ray binary twenty years on: A supernova imposter in our own Galaxy? BARTLETT E.S., CLARK J.S. and NEGUERUELA I.
2019A&A...624A.116U viz 2221 T K A     X C       46 3 ~ Three-dimensional mixing and light curves: constraints on the progenitor of
supernova 1987A.
2019A&A...624A.143K 187           X C       3 64 ~ Highly luminous supernovae associated with gamma-ray bursts. I. GRB 111209A/SN 2011kl in the context of stripped-envelope and superluminous supernovae. KANN D.A., SCHADY P., OLIVARES F.E., et al.
2019A&A...624L..13L 93           X         2 14 ~ Dust production scenarios in galaxies at z ∼6-8.3. LESNIEWSKA A. and MICHALOWSKI M.J.
2019A&A...625A..24K 93           X         2 1 ~ Modeling of interactions between supernovae ejecta and aspherical circumstellar environments. KURFURST P. and KRTICKA J.
2019A&A...626A.117P 47           X         1 133 ~ Search for transient optical counterparts to high-energy IceCube neutrinos with Pan-STARRS1. PAN-STARRS COLLABORATION, KANKARE E., HUBER M., et al.
2019A&A...626A.126A viz 93             C       1 45 ~ A massive nebula around the luminous blue variable star RMC 143 revealed by ALMA. AGLIOZZO C., MEHNER A., PHILLIPS N.M., et al.
2019A&A...628A...7A 93           X         2 7 ~ A meta-analysis of core-collapse supernova 56Ni masses. ANDERSON J.P.
2019A&A...629A.124M 47           X         1 15 ~ Mass discrepancy analysis for a select sample of Type II-Plateau supernovae. MARTINEZ L. and BERSTEN M.C.
2019A&A...630A..75P viz 140           X C       2 53 ~ Luminous red novae: Stellar mergers or giant eruptions? PASTORELLO A., MASON E., TAUBENBERGER S., et al.
2019A&A...631A...5Z 187           X         4 6 ~ The diverse lives of progenitors of hydrogen-rich core-collapse supernovae: the role of binary interaction. ZAPARTAS E., DE MINK S.E., JUSTHAM S., et al.
2019A&A...631A...8H 47           X         1 19 ~ Photometric and spectroscopic diversity of Type II supernovae. HILLIER D.J. and DESSART L.
2019ATel12897....1R 47           X         1 3 ~ UV, optical and near-IR observations of Type II-peculiar SN 2018hna in the metal-poor galaxy UGC 7534. RHO J., SHAHBANDEH M., HSIAO E., et al.
2019ApJ...870....1E viz 1866   K A D S   X C       39 13 ~ PUSHing core-collapse supernovae to explosions in spherical symmetry. II. Explodability and remnant properties. EBINGER K., CURTIS S., FROHLICH C., et al.
2019ApJ...870....2C viz 467   K       X         10 7 ~ PUSHing core-collapse supernovae to explosions in spherical symmetry. III. Nucleosynthesis yields. CURTIS S., EBINGER K., FROHLICH C., et al.
2019ApJ...870...59S 308     A     X         7 12 ~ ALMA, ATCA, and Spitzer observations of the luminous extragalactic supernova SN 1978K. SMITH I.A., RYDER S.D., KOTAK R., et al.
2019ApJ...870..136L 47           X         1 31 ~ AGILE detection of gamma-ray sources coincident with cosmic neutrino events. LUCARELLI F., TAVANI M., PIANO G., et al.
2019ApJ...871...92F 47           X         1 20 ~ The quick and the dead: finding the surviving binary companions of galactic supernovae with Gaia. FRASER M. and BOUBERT D.
2019ApJ...871..252C 47           X         1 3 ~ The Crab Pulsar: origin of the Crab Nebula's radio pairs. CORONITI F.V.
2019ApJ...871L..33D 1054     A     X C       22 3 ~ The evolution of dust opacity in core collapse supernovae and the rapid formation of dust in their ejecta. DWEK E., SARANGI A. and ARENDT R.G.
2019ApJ...872...19L 187           X         4 8 ~ Radioactive gamma-ray emissions from neutron star mergers. LI L.-X.
2019ApJ...872...31B 93           X         2 14 ~ Detailed X-ray mapping of the shocked ejecta and circumstellar medium in the Galactic core-collapse supernova remnant G292.0+1.8. BHALERAO J., PARK S., SCHENCK A., et al.
2019ApJ...872..164K 121     A     X         3 2 ~ Supernova neutrino process of Li and B revisited. KUSAKABE M., CHEOUN M.-K., KIM K.S., et al.
2019ApJ...873...15L 1101 T K A     X         23 3 ~ A three-dimensional view of molecular hydrogen in
SN 1987A.
2019ApJ...873..127T 1148     A     X C       24 28 ~ Supernova 2017eaw: molecule and dust formation from infrared observations. TINYANONT S., KASLIWAL M.M., KRAFTON K., et al.
2019ApJ...873L...3B 187           X   F     3 13 ~ Strongly bipolar inner ejecta of the normal Type IIP supernova ASASSN-16at. BOSE S., DONG S., ELIAS-ROSA N., et al.
2019ApJ...875...51B 233           X         5 36 ~ Photometric determination of the mass accretion rates of pre-main-sequence stars. VI. The case of LH 95 in the Large Magellanic Cloud. BIAZZO K., BECCARI G., DE MARCHI G., et al.
2019ApJ...875..122A 47           X         1 20 ~ Searches for continuous gravitational waves from 15 supernova remnants and Fomalhaut b with Advanced LIGO. ABBOTT B.P., ABBOTT R., ABBOTT T.D., et al.
2019ApJ...875..136V 373           X C       7 26 ~ The Type II-plateau supernova 2017eaw in NGC 6946 and its red supergiant progenitor. VAN DYK S.D., ZHENG W., MAUND J.R., et al.
2019ApJ...875..161A 47           X         1 16 ~ Low-latency gravitational-wave alerts for multimessenger astronomy during the second Advanced LIGO and Virgo observing run. ABBOTT B.P., ABBOTT R., ABBOTT T.D., et al.
2019ApJ...876...38B 187           X C       3 1 ~ Dicarbon formation in collisions of two carbon atoms. BABB J.F., SMYTH R.T. and McLAUGHLIN B.M.
2019ApJ...877..136F 47           X         1 8 ~ From supernova to supernova remnant: the three-dimensional imprint of a thermonuclear explosion. FERRAND G., WARREN D.C., ONO M., et al.
2019ApJ...878...13P 47           X         1 2 ~ Features of accretion-phase gravitational-wave emission from two-dimensional rotating core-collapse supernovae. PAJKOS M.A., COUCH S.M., PAN K.-C., et al.
2019ApJ...878...25N 140           X         3 3 ~ Cooling timescale for protoneutron stars and properties of nuclear matter: effective mass and symmetry energy at high densities. NAKAZATO K. and SUZUKI H.
2019ApJ...878...31D 93           X         2 32 ~ Ultraviolet extinction properties of the 30 Dor nebula and interpreting observations of starburst clusters. DE MARCHI G. and PANAGIA N.
2019ApJ...878...56K 233           X C       4 1 ~ Physics of luminous transient light curves: a new relation between peak time and luminosity. KHATAMI D.K. and KASEN D.N.
2019ApJ...878..142W 93           X         2 4 ~ Black hole hyperaccretion in collapsars. I. MeV neutrinos. WEI Y.-F., LIU T. and SONG C.-Y.
2019ApJ...878L..19T 47           X         1 11 ~ Probing the innermost ejecta layers in Supernova remnant Kes 75: implications for the supernova progenitor. TEMIM T., SLANE P., SUKHBOLD T., et al.
2019ApJ...878L..25H 47           X         1 13 ~ ALMA polarimetry of AT2018cow. HUANG K., SHIMODA J., URATA Y., et al.
2019ApJ...879...31L 47           X         1 3 ~ Polarization of kilonova emission from a black hole-neutron star merger. LI Y. and SHEN R.-F.
2019ApJ...880...21M 187           X C       3 6 ~ Fallback accretion-powered supernova light curves based on a neutrino-driven explosion simulation of a 40 M star. MORIYA T.J., MULLER B., CHAN C., et al.
2019ApJ...880...23W 47           X         1 25 ~ Finding the remnants of the Milky Way's last neutron star mergers. WU M.-R., BANERJEE P., METZGER B.D., et al.
2019ApJ...880...59R 280           X         6 19 ~ Excavating the explosion and progenitor properties of Type IIP supernovae via modeling of their optical light curves. RICKS W. and DWARKADAS V.V.
2019ApJ...881...16Y 47           X         1 2 ~ One-, two-, and three-dimensional simulations of oxygen-shell burning just before the core collapse of massive stars. YOSHIDA T., TAKIWAKI T., KOTAKE K., et al.
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