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A hot and fast ultra-stripped supernova that likely formed a compact neutron star binary.

De K, Kasliwal MM, Ofek EO, Moriya TJ, Burke J, Cao Y, Cenko SB, Doran GB, Duggan GE, Fender RP, Fransson C, Gal-Yam A, Horesh A, Kulkarni SR, Laher RR, Lunnan R, Manulis I, Masci F, Mazzali PA, Nugent PE, Perley DA, Petrushevska T, Piro AL, Rumsey C, Sollerman J, Sullivan M, Taddia F.

Science. 2018 Oct 12;362(6411):201-206. doi: 10.1126/science.aas8693.

PMID:
30309948
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A surge of light at the birth of a supernova.

Bersten MC, Folatelli G, García F, Van Dyk SD, Benvenuto OG, Orellana M, Buso V, Sánchez JL, Tanaka M, Maeda K, Filippenko AV, Zheng W, Brink TG, Cenko SB, de Jaeger T, Kumar S, Moriya TJ, Nomoto K, Perley DA, Shivvers I, Smith N.

Nature. 2018 Feb 21;554(7693):497-499. doi: 10.1038/nature25151.

PMID:
29469097
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Interacting supernovae from photoionization-confined shells around red supergiant stars.

Mackey J, Mohamed S, Gvaramadze VV, Kotak R, Langer N, Meyer DM, Moriya TJ, Neilson HR.

Nature. 2014 Aug 21;512(7514):282-5. doi: 10.1038/nature13522. Epub 2014 Aug 10.

PMID:
25119040
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Detection of the gravitational lens magnifying a type Ia supernova.

Quimby RM, Oguri M, More A, More S, Moriya TJ, Werner MC, Tanaka M, Folatelli G, Bersten MC, Maeda K, Nomoto K.

Science. 2014 Apr 25;344(6182):396-9. doi: 10.1126/science.1250903.

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