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Stripped-envelope supernova rates and host-galaxy properties

  • Or Graur (a1) (a2), F. B. Bianco (a1), M. Modjaz (a1), D. Maoz (a3), I. Shivvers (a4), A. V. Filippenko (a4) and W. Li (a4)...

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The progenitors of stripped-envelope supernovae (SNe Ibc) remain to be conclsuively identified, but correlations between SN rates and host-galaxy properties can constrain progenitor models. Here, we present one result from a re-analysis of the rates from the Lick Observatory Supernova Search. Galaxies with stellar masses ≲1010 M are less efficient at producing SNe Ibc than more massive galaxies. Any progenitor scenario must seek to explain this new observation.

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Stripped-envelope supernova rates and host-galaxy properties

  • Or Graur (a1) (a2), F. B. Bianco (a1), M. Modjaz (a1), D. Maoz (a3), I. Shivvers (a4), A. V. Filippenko (a4) and W. Li (a4)...

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