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Radio Supernovae

  • Kurt W. Weiler (a1), Schuyler D. Van Dyk (a1), Richard A. Sramek (a1) and Nino Panagia (a1)

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Radio observations have shown that some supernovae are powerful radio emitters which increase rapidly in brightness to radio luminosities which are hundreds to thousands of times greater than even the brightest known supernova remnant, Cas A. They then fade over a period of weeks, months, or years. This radio emission has been found to provide important information about the nature of the progenitor stars, their mass loss rates, and the circumstellar material surrounding them. RSN observations may also offer the possibility of extragalactic distance measurements and the presence of radio emission appears to be indicator of strong x-ray emission and late time optical emission.

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Radio Supernovae

  • Kurt W. Weiler (a1), Schuyler D. Van Dyk (a1), Richard A. Sramek (a1) and Nino Panagia (a1)

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