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by Cowperthwaite, P.S and Berger, E and Soares-Santos, M and Annis, J and Brout, D and Brown, D.A and Buckley-Geer, E and Cenko, S.B and Chen, H.Y and Chornock, R and Diehl, H.T and Doctor, Z and Drlica-Wagner, A and Drout, M.R and Farr, B and Finley, D.A and Foley, R.J and Fong, W and Fox, D.B and Frieman, J and Garcia-Bellido, J and Gill, M.S.S and Gruendl, R.A and Herner, K and Holz, D.E and Kasen, D and Kessler, R and Lin, H and Margutti, R and Marriner, J and Matheson, T and Metzger, B.D and Neilsen, E.H and Quataert, E and Rest, A and Sako, M and Scolnic, D and Smith, N and Sobreira, F and Strampelli, G.M and Villar, V.A and Walker, A.R and Wester, W and Williams, P.K.G and Yanny, B and Abbott, T.M.C and Abdalla, F.B and Allam, S and Armstrong, R and Bechtol, K and Benoit-Lévy, A and Bertin, E and Brooks, D and Burke, D.L and Rosell, A. Carnero and Kind, M. Carrasco and Carretero, J and Castander, F.J and Cunha, C.E and D'Andrea, C.B and Costa, L. N. Da and Desai, S and Dietrich, J.P and Evrard, A.E and Neto, A. Fausti and Fosalba, P and Gerdes, D.W and Giannantonio, T and Goldstein, D.A and Gruen, D and Gutierrez, G and Honscheid, K and James, D.J and Johnson, M.W.G and Johnson, M.D and Krause, E and Kuehn, K and Kuropatkin, N and Lima, M and Maia, M.A.G and Marshall, J.L and Menanteau, F and Miquel, R and Mohr, J.J and Nichol, R.C and Nord, B and Ogando, R and Plazas, A.A and Reil, K and Romer, A.K and Sanchez, E and Scarpine, V and Sevilla-Noarbe, I and Smith, R.C and Suchyta, E and Tarle, G and Thomas, D and Thomas, R.C and Tucker, D.L and Weller, J and DES Collaboration and The DES Collaboration and SLAC National Accelerator Lab., Menlo Park, CA (United States) and Fermi National Accelerator Lab. (FNAL), Batavia, IL (United States) and Lawrence Berkeley National Lab. (LBNL), Berkeley, CA (United States)
Astrophysical Journal Letters, ISSN 2041-8205, 08/2016, Volume 826, Issue 2, pp. L29 - L29
We report the results of a Dark Energy Camera optical follow-up of the gravitational-wave (GW) event GW151226, discovered by the Advanced Laser Interferometer... 
Surveys | Binaries: Close | Catalogs | Gravitational waves | stars: Neutron | LMC | catalogs | PHOTOMETRY | ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS | binaries: close | surveys | SUPERNOVA RATES | FOLLOW-UP | gravitational waves | ENERGY CAMERA SEARCH | CURVES | stars: neutron | Supernovae | Searching | Detectors | Localization | Position (location) | Delay | Interferometers | ASTRONOMY AND ASTROPHYSICS
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by Dimitriadis, G and Foley, R.J and Rest, A and Kasen, D and Piro, A.L and Polin, A and Jones, D.O and Villar, A and Narayan, G and Coulter, D.A and Kilpatrick, C.D and Pan, Y.-C and Rojas-Bravo, C and Fox, O.D and Jha, S.W and Nugent, P.E and Riess, A.G and Scolnic, D and Drout, M.R and Barentsen, G and Dotson, J and Gully-Santiago, M and Hedges, C and Cody, A.M and Barclay, T and Howell, S and Garnavich, P and Tucker, B.E and Shaya, E and Mushotzky, R and Olling, R.P and Margheim, S and Zenteno, A and Coughlin, J and Cleve, J. E. Van and De Miranda Cardoso, J. Vinícius and Larson, K.A and McCalmont-Everton, K.M and Peterson, C.A and Ross, S.E and Reedy, L.H and Osborne, D and McGinn, C and Kohnert, L and Migliorini, L and Wheaton, A and Spencer, B and Labonde, C and Castillo, G and Beerman, G and Steward, K and Hanley, M and Larsen, R and Gangopadhyay, R and Kloetzel, R and Weschler, T and Nystrom, V and Moffatt, J and Redick, M and Griest, K and Packard, M and Muszynski, M and Kampmeier, J and Bjella, R and Flynn, S and Elsaesser, B and Chambers, K.C and Flewelling, H.A and Huber, M.E and Magnier, E.A and Waters, C.Z and Schultz, A.S.B and Bulger, J and Lowe, T.B and Willman, M and Smartt, S.J and Smith, K.W and Points, S and Strampelli, G.M and Brimacombe, J and Chen, P and Muñoz, J.A and Mutel, R.L and Shields, J and Vallely, P.J and Villanueva, S and Li, W and Wang, X and Zhang, J and Lin, H and Mo, J and Zhao, X and Sai, H and Zhang, X and Zhang, K and Zhang, T and Wang, L and Zhang, J and Baron, E and Derkacy, J.M and ... and K2 Mission Team and Kepler Spacecraft Team and ATLAS and KEGS and Pan-STARRS and Las Cumbres Observ and ePESSTO and DECam and ASAS-SN and PTSS TNTS and University of Arizona and Kepler spacecraft team and Las Cumbres Observatory and PTSS/TNTS and Konkoly
Astrophysical Journal Letters, ISSN 2041-8205, 01/2019, Volume 870, Issue 1, p. L1
We present an exquisite 30 minute cadence Kepler (K2) light curve of the Type Ia supernova (SN Ia) 2018oh (ASASSN-18bt), starting weeks before explosion,... 
supernovae: general | supernovae: individual (SN 2018oh) | PROGENITORS | CIRCUMSTELLAR MATERIAL | EXPLOSION | COMPANION | LAMBDA | GALAXY | GIANT | ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS | RISE-TIME | BINARIES | OMEGA | Physics - High Energy Astrophysical Phenomena
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by Shappee, B.J and Holoien, T.W.-S and Drout, M.R and Auchettl, K and Stritzinger, M.D and Kochanek, C.S and Stanek, K.Z and Shaya, E and Narayan, G and Brown, J.S and Bose, S and Bersier, D and Brimacombe, J and Chen, Ping and Dong, Subo and Holmbo, S and Katz, B and Muñoz, J.A and Mutel, R.L and Post, R.S and Prieto, J.L and Shields, J and Tallon, D and Thompson, T.A and Vallely, P.J and Villanueva, S and Denneau, L and Flewelling, H and Heinze, A.N and Smith, K.W and Stalder, B and Tonry, J.L and Weiland, H and Barclay, T and Barentsen, G and Cody, A.M and Dotson, J and Foerster, F and Garnavich, P and Gully-Santiago, M and Hedges, C and Howell, S and Kasen, D and Margheim, S and Mushotzky, R and Rest, A and Tucker, B.E and Villar, A and Zenteno, A and Beerman, G and Bjella, R and Castillo, G and Coughlin, J and Elsaesser, B and Flynn, S and Gangopadhyay, R and Griest, K and Hanley, M and Kampmeier, J and Kloetzel, R and Kohnert, L and Labonde, C and Larsen, R and Larson, K.A and McCalmont-Everton, K.M and McGinn, C and Migliorini, L and Moffatt, J and Muszynski, M and Nystrom, V and Osborne, D and Packard, M and Peterson, C.A and Redick, M and Reedy, L.H and Ross, S.E and Spencer, B and Steward, K and Cleve, J. E. Van and De Miranda Cardoso, J. Vinícius and Weschler, T and Wheaton, A and Bulger, J and Chambers, K.C and Flewelling, H.A and Huber, M.E and Lowe, T.B and Magnier, E.A and Schultz, A.S.B and Waters, C.Z and Willman, M and Baron, E and Chen, Zhihao and Derkacy, James M and Huang, Fang and Li, Linyi and Li, Wenxiong and Li, Xue and Mo, Jun and Rui, Liming and ... and ATLAS and Kepler Spacecraft Team and PTSS/TNTS and ASAS-SN and Pan-STARRS and Kepler/K2
Astrophysical Journal, ISSN 0004-637X, 01/2019, Volume 870, Issue 1, p. 13
On 2018 Feb. 4.41, the All-Sky Automated Survey for SuperNovae (ASAS-SN) discovered ASASSN-18bt in the K2 Campaign 16 field. With a redshift of z=0.01098 and a... 
supernovae: individual (ASASSN-18bt, SN 2018oh) | Physics - High Energy Astrophysical Phenomena
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by Shappee, BJ and Holoien, TWS and Drout, MR and Auchettl, K and Stritzinger, MD and Kochanek, CS and Stanek, KZ and Shaya, E and Narayan, G and Brown, JS and Bose, S and Bersier, D and Brimacombe, J and Chen, P and Dong, SB and Holmbo, S and Katz, B and Munoz, JA and Mutel, RL and Post, RS and Prieto, JL and Shields, J and Tallon, D and Thompson, TA and Vallely, PJ and Villanueva, S and Denneau, L and Flewelling, H and Heinze, AN and Smith, KW and Stalder, B and Tonry, JL and Weiland, H and Barclay, T and Barentsen, G and Cody, AM and Dotson, J and Foerster, F and Garnavich, P and Gully-Santiago, M and Hedges, C and Howell, S and Kasen, D and Margheim, S and Mushotzky, R and Rest, A and Tucker, BE and Villar, A and Zenteno, A and Beerman, G and Bjella, R and Castillo, G and Coughlin, J and Elsaesser, B and Flynn, S and Gangopadhyay, R and Griest, K and Hanley, M and Kampmeier, J and Kloetzel, R and Kohnert, L and Labonde, C and Larsen, R and Larson, KA and McCalmont-Everton, KM and McGinn, C and Migliorini, L and Moffatt, J and Muszynski, M and Nystrom, V and Osborne, D and Packard, M and Peterson, CA and Redick, M and Reedy, LH and Ross, SE and Spencer, B and Steward, K and Van Cleve, JE and Cardoso, JVD and Weschler, T and Wheaton, A and Bulger, J and Chambers, KC and Flewelling, HA and Huber, ME and Lowe, TB and Magnier, EA and Schultz, ASB and Waters, CZ and Willman, M and Baron, E and Chen, ZH and Derkacy, JM and Huang, F and Li, LY and Li, WX and Li, X and Mo, J and Rui, LM and ... and ATLAS and Kepler Spacecraft Team and Kepler K2 and Pan-STARRS and ASAS-SN and PTSS TNTS
ASTROPHYSICAL JOURNAL, ISSN 0004-637X, 01/2019, Volume 870, Issue 1
On 2018 February 4.41, the All-Sky Automated Survey for SuperNovae (ASAS-SN) discovered ASASSN-18bt in the K2 Campaign 16 field. With a redshift of z = 0.01098... 
ECCENTRICITY OSCILLATIONS | EVOLUTION | ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS | I SUPER-NOVAE | BINARIES | SYSTEMS | STARS | SPECTRA | COMPANION | supernovae: individual (ASASSN-18bt, SN 2018oh) | WHITE-DWARF MODELS
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Astrophysical Journal Letters, ISSN 2041-8205, 01/2019, Volume 870, Issue 2
We present late-time (similar to 240-260 days after peak brightness) optical photometry and nebular (+236 and +264 days) spectroscopy of SN 2018oh, the... 
supernovae: general | supernovae: individual (SN 2018oh) | SN 2011FE | IA SUPERNOVAE | CIRCUMSTELLAR MATERIAL | COMPANION | HYDROGEN | PROGENITOR | PHOTOMETRY | ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS | RISE-TIME | BINARIES | HELIUM | Physics - High Energy Astrophysical Phenomena
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MONTHLY NOTICES OF THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY, ISSN 0035-8711, 10/2018, Volume 480, Issue 2, pp. 1466 - 1498
We present multi-epoch photometry and spectroscopy of a light echo from eta Carinae's 19th century Great Eruption. This echo's light curve shows a steady... 
stars: evolution | HUBBLE-SPACE-TELESCOPE | TRIPLE STARS | HIGH-MASS STARS | LUMINOUS BLUE VARIABLES | stars: winds, outflows | NGC 300 | SN 2008S | circumstellar matter | ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS | STELLAR WINDS | NUMERICAL SIMULATIONS | HOMUNCULUS NEBULA | STRONTIUM FILAMENT
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Astrophysical Journal, Supplement Series, ISSN 0067-0049, 04/2019, Volume 241, Issue 2, p. 20
We have established a network of 19 faint (16.5 mag < V < 19 mag) northern and equatorial DA white dwarfs (WDs) as spectrophotometric standards for present and... 
standards | surveys | cosmology: observations | methods: data analysis | white dwarfs | CALIBRATION | PARAMETERS | ATMOSPHERES | DUST | CATALOG | ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS | MASS | GAS | STARS | ABSORPTION
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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, ISSN 0035-8711, 10/2018, Volume 480, Issue 2, pp. 1457 - 1465
In our ongoing study of eta Carinae's light echoes, there is a relatively bright echo that has been fading slowly, reflecting the 1845-1858 plateau phase of... 
Stars: evolution | Circumstellar matter | Stars: winds | Outflows | EDDINGTON LIMIT | stars: evolution | stars: winds, outflows | SUPERNOVAE | HOT LUMINOUS STARS | UGC 2773-OT | SN 2009IP | RADIATION-DRIVEN WINDS | circumstellar matter | ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS | STELLAR WINDS | NEBULA | MASS-LOSS | EMISSION
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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, ISSN 0035-8711, 10/2018, Volume 480, Issue 2, pp. 1457 - 1465
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The Astrophysical Journal, ISSN 2041-8213, 01/2019, Volume 870, Issue 2, p. L14
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Nature Astronomy, ISSN 2397-3366, 04/2018, Volume 2, Issue 4, pp. 307 - 311
For decades, optical time-domain searches have been tuned to find ordinary supernovae, which rise and fall in brightness over a period of weeks. Recently,... 
WIND | PROGENITORS | ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS | WHITE-DWARFS | SUPERNOVA LIGHT CURVES | NEUTRON-STARS | EXPLOSION | AFTERGLOWS | ACCRETION-INDUCED COLLAPSE | GAMMA-RAY BURSTS | SHOCK BREAKOUT
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European Business Organization Law Review, ISSN 1566-7529, 9/2018, Volume 19, Issue 3, pp. 541 - 579
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ASTRONOMICAL JOURNAL, ISSN 0004-6256, 04/2017, Volume 153, Issue 4
We present a multi-band photometric catalog of approximate to 1.7 million cluster members for a field of view of approximate to 2 degrees x 2 degrees across... 
RED GIANT BRANCH | IA SUPERNOVAE | CENTAURI | STAR-FORMATION | SUBGIANT BRANCH | (Galaxy:) globular clusters: individual (Omega Centauri) | ABUNDANCE | globular clusters: general | DOUBLE MAIN-SEQUENCE | PHOTOMETRY | ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS | DWARF SPHEROIDAL GALAXY | MAGELLANIC CLOUDS
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