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Radio Insight into the Nature of Type IIb Progenitors

  • Christopher J. Stockdale (a1), S. D. Ryder (a2), A. Horesh (a3), K. W. Weiler (a4), N. Panagia (a5), S. D. Van Dyk (a6), F. E. Bauer (a7), S. Immler (a8), R. A. Sramek (a9), D. Pooley (a10), J. M. Marcaide (a11) and N. Kassim (a12)...

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We present the results of over two decades of radio observations of type IIb Supernovae with the Very Large Array and the Australia Telescope Compact Array. These radio studies illustrate the need for multi-wavelength follow-up to determine the progenitor scenario for type IIb events.

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Radio Insight into the Nature of Type IIb Progenitors

  • Christopher J. Stockdale (a1), S. D. Ryder (a2), A. Horesh (a3), K. W. Weiler (a4), N. Panagia (a5), S. D. Van Dyk (a6), F. E. Bauer (a7), S. Immler (a8), R. A. Sramek (a9), D. Pooley (a10), J. M. Marcaide (a11) and N. Kassim (a12)...

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