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SNhunt151: An explosive event inside a dense cocoon
(Oxford University Press, 2018-04)
SNhunt151 was initially classified as a supernova (SN) impostor (nonterminal outburst of a massive star). It exhibited a slow increase in luminosity, lasting about 450 d, followed by a major brightening that reaches M V ≈ ...
The Type IIn Supernova SN 2010bt: The Explosion of a Star in Outburst
(Institute of Physics Publishing, 2018)
It is well known that massive stars (M > 8 M ) evolve up to the collapse of the stellar core, resulting in most cases in a supernova (SN) explosion. Their heterogeneity is related mainly to different configurations of the ...