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2019ApJ...874...68C 47           X         1 32 ~ A systematic study of superluminous supernova light-curve models using clustering. CHATZOPOULOS E. and TUMINELLO R.
2019ApJ...880...21M 140           X         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..120H 187           X C       3 14 ~ PS18kh: a new tidal disruption event with a non-axisymmetric accretion disk. HOLOIEN T.W.-S., HUBER M.E., SHAPPEE B.J., et al.
2019MNRAS.488.3783B 1913 T K A D S   X C       39 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.
2019RAA....19...63W 47           X         1 28 ~ The Energy Sources of Superluminous Supernovae. WANG S.-Q., WANG L.-J. and DAI Z.-G.
2018A&A...613A...5D 134           X         3 8 5 Super-luminous Type II supernovae powered by magnetars. DESSART L. and AUDIT E.
2018A&A...619A.145O 45           X         1 7 ~ Systematic study of magnetar-powered hydrogen-rich supernovae. ORELLANA M., BERSTEN M.C. and MORIYA T.J.
2018A&A...620A..67A 45           X         1 25 ~ A nearby super-luminous supernova with a long pre-maximum & "plateau" and strong C II features. ANDERSON J.P., PESSI P.J., DESSART L., et al.
2018ApJ...854..175I 45           X         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 90           X         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.
2018MNRAS.473.1258S 511       D     X C F     10 75 37 Cosmic evolution and metal aversion in superluminous supernova host galaxies. SCHULZE S., KRUHLER T., LELOUDAS G., et al.
2018MNRAS.475.1046I 3092   K A D     X C F     68 23 41 On the nature of hydrogen-rich superluminous supernovae. INSERRA C., SMARTT S.J., GALL E.E.E., et al.
2018MNRAS.475L..49M 45           X         1 5 ~ Explosions of Thorne-Zytkow objects. MORIYA T.J.
2018MNRAS.476.1497B 45           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.
2017ApJ...836..244W 133           X         3 31 71 Pulsational pair-instability supernovae. WOOSLEY S.E.
2017ApJ...840...12Y 148       D     X         4 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...848....5B 17       D               1 20 ~ The transition of a Type IIL supernova into a supernova remnant: late-time observations of SN 2013by. BLACK C.S., MILISAVLJEVIC D., MARGUTTI R., et al.
2017ApJ...848....6Y 45           X         1 23 26 Hydrogen-poor superluminous supernovae with late-time Hα emission: three events from the intermediate Palomar Transient Factory. YAN L., LUNNAN R., PERLEY D.A., et al.
2017MNRAS.467..369S 87             C       1 79 4 After the fall: late-time spectroscopy of Type IIP supernovae. SILVERMAN J.M., PICKETT S., WHEELER J.C., et al.
2017MNRAS.468.4642I 44           X         1 35 26 Complexity in the light curves and spectra of slow-evolving superluminous supernovae. INSERRA C., NICHOLL M., CHEN T.-W., et al.
2016AJ....152..102B viz 85               F     1 24 13 Interpreting flux from broadband photometry. BROWN P.J., BREEVELD A., ROMING P.W.A., et al.
2016ApJ...828....3B viz 239     A     X C       5 15 22 ASASSN-15lh: a superluminous ultraviolet rebrightening observed by Swift and Hubble. BROWN P.J., YANG Y., COOKE J., et al.
2016ApJ...830...13P viz 44           X         1 42 72 Host-galaxy properties of 32 low-redshift superluminous supernovae from the Palomar transient factory. PERLEY D.A., QUIMBY R.M., YAN L., et al.
2016ApJ...831..205K 85           X         2 29 18 SN Refsdal: classification as a luminous and blue SN 1987A-like type II supernova. KELLY P.L., BRAMMER G., SELSING J., et al.
2016MNRAS.456..323K 85           X         2 28 8 Supernova 2013fc in a circumnuclear ring of a luminous infrared galaxy: the big brother of SN 1998S. KANGAS T., MATTILA S., KANKARE E., et al.
2016MNRAS.458...84A viz 358       D     X C       8 127 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.459.1039T 128           X         3 32 27 Interacting supernovae and supernova impostors. LSQ13zm: an outburst heralds the death of a massive star. TARTAGLIA L., PASTORELLO A., SULLIVAN M., et al.
2016Sci...351..257D 51           X         1 12 102 ASASSN-15lh: A highly super-luminous supernova. DONG S., SHAPPEE B.J., PRIETO J.L., et al.
2015A&A...584A..62C viz 59       D     X         2 151 33 Supernova rates from the SUDARE VST-OmegaCAM search. I. Rates per unit volume. CAPPELLARO E., BOTTICELLA M.T., PIGNATA G., et al.
2015ApJ...798...12V 336           X C       7 19 48 A luminous, fast rising UV-transient discovered by ROTSE: a tidal disruption event? VINKO J., YUAN F., QUIMBY R.M., et al.
2015ApJ...814..108Y 48           X         1 9 57 Detection of broad Hα emission lines in the late-time spectra of a hydrogen-poor superluminous supernova. YAN L., QUIMBY R., OFEK E., et al.
2015MNRAS.449..917L 87           X         2 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.449.1753P viz 84           X         2 24 6 Bright but slow - Type II supernovae from OGLE-IV - implications for magnitude-limited surveys. POZNANSKI D., KOSTRZEWA-RUTKOWSKA Z., WYRZYKOWSKI L., et al.
2015MNRAS.452.3869N 227       D     X C       5 55 86 On the diversity of superluminous supernovae: ejected mass as the dominant factor. NICHOLL M., SMARTT S.J., JERKSTRAND A., et al.
2014AJ....147..118R 247           X   F     5 59 47 Absolute-magnitude distributions of supernovae. RICHARDSON D., JENKINS III R.L., WRIGHT J., et al.
2014ApJ...780...44C 129           X C       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..157P 552       D     X C       13 51 31 Bolometric and UV light curves of core-collapse supernovae. PRITCHARD T.A., ROMING P.W.A., BROWN P.J., et al.
2014MNRAS.441..289B 702           X C F     15 21 52 The supernova CSS121015:004244+132827: a clue for understanding superluminous supernovae. BENETTI S., NICHOLL M., CAPPELLARO E., et al.
2014MNRAS.445..554F 717       D     X C F     16 42 64 A sample of Type II-L supernovae. FARAN T., POZNANSKI D., FILIPPENKO A.V., et al.
2014MNRAS.445.3263H 745           X C F     16 26 111 ASASSN-14ae: a tidal disruption event at 200 Mpc. HOLOIEN T.W.-S., PRIETO J.L., BERSIER D., 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 326           X C       7 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 49           X         1 23 205 Super-luminous type IC supernovae: catching a magnetar by the tail. INSERRA C., SMARTT S.J., JERKSTRAND A., et al.
2013ApJ...772...30D 269   K   D     X C       6 12 108 Supernova light curves powered by fallback accretion. DEXTER J. and KASEN D.
2013ApJ...773...76C 897     A D S   X C       21 23 93 Analytical light curve models of superluminous supernovae: χ2-minimization of parameter fits. CHATZOPOULOS E., WHEELER J.C., VINKO J., et al.
2013MNRAS.431..912Q 426       D     X         11 25 100 Rates of superluminous supernovae at z ∼ 0.2. QUIMBY R.M., YUAN F., AKERLOF C., et al.
2013MNRAS.435.2483T 454           X C       10 3 23 Detectability of high-redshift superluminous supernovae with upcoming optical and near-infrared surveys - II. Beyond z = 6. TANAKA M., MORIYA T.J. and YOSHIDA N.
2013RAA....13.1463O 42           X         1 11 12 SN 2009ip and SN 2010mc as dual-shock Quark-Novae. OUYED R., KONING N. and LEAHY D.
2012A&A...538A.120L viz 16       D               1 5598 23 A unified supernova catalogue. LENNARZ D., ALTMANN D. and WIEBUSCH C.
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...744...10K 43           X         1 46 161 Caltech Core-Collapse Project (CCCP) observations of type IIn supernovae: typical properties and implications for their progenitor stars. KIEWE M., GAL-YAM A., ARCAVI I., et al.
2012ApJ...747..118M 326   K   S   X         7 7 36 Diversity of luminous supernovae from non-steady mass loss. MORIYA T.J. and TOMINAGA N.
2012ApJ...750..128P 120           X C       2 13 11 Early ultraviolet observations of a type IIn supernova (2007pk). PRITCHARD T.A., ROMING P.W.A., BROWN P.J., et al.
2012ApJ...757..178G 54           X         1 5 71 Superluminous light curves from supernovae exploding in a dense wind. GINZBURG S. and BALBERG S.
2012ApJ...760L..11U 201           X C       4 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 1327           X C       32 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 43           X         1 9 33 Quark nova imprint in the extreme supernova explosion SN 2006gy. OUYED R., KOSTKA M., KONING N., et al.
2012MNRAS.426L..76D 101           X         2 5 108 Superluminous supernovae: 56Ni power versus magnetar radiation. DESSART L., HILLIER D.J., WALDMAN R., 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.
2011ATel.3367....1S 119           X         3 3 1 X-ray detection of the supernova candidate MASTER OT 082752.77+704606.0. SOKOLOVSKY K.V.
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...88R 716           X C       17 25 69 Pushing the boundaries of conventional core-collapse supernovae: the extremely energetic supernova SN 2003ma. REST A., FOLEY R.J., GEZARI S., et al.
2011ApJ...729..143C viz 200           X C       4 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...734..102K 47           X         1 8 114 Pair instability supernovae: light curves, spectra, and shock breakout. KASEN D., WOOSLEY S.E. and HEGER A.
2011ApJ...735..106D 79           X         2 26 48 The discovery and nature of the optical transient CSS100217:102913+404220. DRAKE A.J., DJORGOVSKI S.G., MAHABAL A., et al.
2011ApJ...741...73V 46           X         1 14 192 Optical discovery of probable stellar tidal disruption flares. VAN VELZEN S., FARRAR G.R., GEZARI S., et al.
2011ApJ...743..114C 43           X         1 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.412.1441L viz 40           X         1 433 420 Nearby supernova rates from the Lick observatory supernova search – II. The observed luminosity functions and fractions of supernovae in a complete sample. LI W., LEAMAN J., CHORNOCK R., et al.
2011Natur.474..484Q viz 11 ~ Hydrogen-poor superluminous stellar explosions. QUIMBY R.M., KULKARNI S.R., KASLIWAL M.M., et al.
2011NewA...16..187P 40           X         1 14 17 Evidence for a possible black hole remnant in the Type IIL Supernova 1979C. PATNAUDE D.J., LOEB A. and JONES C.
2010A&A...512A..70Y 119           X         3 47 106 Two type IC supernovae in low-metallicity, dwarf galaxies: diversity of explosions. YOUNG D.R., SMARTT S.J., VALENTI S., et al.
2010AJ....139.2218M 118           X         3 21 37 New observations of the very luminous supernova 2006gy: evidence for echoes. MILLER A.A., SMITH N., LI W., et al.
2010ApJ...709..856S 474       S   X C F     9 25 123 Spectral evolution of the extraordinary type IIn supernova 2006gy. SMITH N., CHORNOCK R., SILVERMAN J.M., et al.
2010ApJ...709.1337I 79           X         2 14 23 Hypernova and gamma-ray burst remnants as TeV unidentified sources. IOKA K. and MESZAROS P.
2010ApJ...717..245K 334   K A     X C F     6 5 359 Supernova light curves powered by young magnetars. KASEN D. and BILDSTEN L.
2010ApJ...717L..52B 81           X         2 8 46 Supernova 2009kf: an ultraviolet bright type IIP supernova discovered with Pan-STARRS 1 and GALEX. BOTTICELLA M.T., TRUNDLE C., PASTORELLO A., et al.
2010ApJ...718L.127D 40           X         1 16 52 Discovery of the extremely energetic supernova 2008fz. DRAKE A.J., DJORGOVSKI S.G., PRIETO J.L., et al.
2010ApJ...722.1624K 118           X C       2 20 23 SDWFS-MT-1: a self-obscured luminous supernova at z ≃ 0.2. KOZLOWSKI S., KOCHANEK C.S., STERN D., et al.
2010ApJ...725.1768F 2 10 50 Disentangling the origin and heating mechanism of supernova dust: late-time Spitzer spectroscopy of the type IIn SN 2005ip. FOX O.D., CHEVALIER R.A., DWEK E., et al.
2010MNRAS.407.2305V 81           X         2 16 64 Numerical models of collisions between core-collapse supernovae and circumstellar shells. VAN MARLE A.J., SMITH N., OWOCKI S.P., et al.
2010MmSAI..81..367D 39           X         1 22 3 Weird and wild supernovae. DELLA VALLE M.
2009A&A...500.1013P 195           X C       4 27 5 SN 1999ga: a low-luminosity linear type II supernova? PASTORELLO A., CROCKETT R.M., MARTIN R., et al.
2009AJ....137.4517B viz 40           X         1 32 79 Ultraviolet light curves of supernovae with the Swift Ultraviolet/Optical Telescope. BROWN P.J., HOLLAND S.T., IMMLER S., et al.
2009ARA&A..47...63S 119           X         3 82 422 Progenitors of Core-Collapse Supernovae. SMARTT S.J.
2009ATel.1993....1S 3 0 MMT spectroscopy of SN 2009ay. SODERBERG A. and BROWN W.
2009ApJ...690.1303M 3553 T   A D S   X C F     88 10 89 The exceptionally luminous type II-linear supernova 2008es. MILLER A.A., CHORNOCK R., PERLEY D.A., et al.
2009ApJ...690.1313G 1742 T K A     X C F     42 11 79 Discovery of the ultra-bright type II-L supernova 2008es. GEZARI S., HALPERN J.P., GRUPE D., et al.
2009ApJ...691.1348A 39           X         1 30 44 SN 2006gy: was it really extraordinary? AGNOLETTO I., BENETTI S., CAPPELLARO E., et al.
2009ApJ...695.1334S 40           X         1 19 75 Coronal lines and dust formation in SN 2005ip: not the brightest, but the hottest type IIn supernova. SMITH N., SILVERMAN J.M., CHORNOCK R., et al.
2009ApJ...697..747K 78             C       1 22 24 Extremely luminous supernova 2006gy at late phase: detection of optical emission from supernova. KAWABATA K.S., TANAKA M., MAEDA K., et al.
2009ApJ...698.1367G 41           X         1 19 107 Luminous thermal flares from quiescent supermassive black holes. GEZARI S., HECKMAN T., CENKO S.B., et al.
2009ApJ...704.1251C 39           X         1 9 17 Modeling the light curve of the transient SCP06F6. CHATZOPOULOS E., WHEELER J.C. and VINKO J.
2009MNRAS.395.1409S viz 39           X         1 295 318 The death of massive stars - I. Observational constraints on the progenitors of type II-P supernovae. SMARTT S.J., ELDRIDGE J.J., CROCKETT R.M., et al.
2009Natur.462..624G 9 10 197 Supernova 2007bi as a pair-instability explosion. GAL-YAM A., MAZZALI P., OFEK E.O., et al.
2008CBET.1462....1Y 40 T       O X         2 4 Supernova 2008es. YUAN F., QUIMBY R., McKAY T., et al.
2008CBET.1462....2C 39 T       O X         1 1 Supernova 2008es. CHORNOCK R., MILLER A.A., PERLEY D.A., et al.

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