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Released: 2021-01-20 18:28:05
Radio detections of TDEs AT2020ksf and AT2020zso
Kate D. Alexander (Northwestern U.), Sjoert van Velzen (Leiden U.), James Miller-Jones, Gemma Anderson (Curtin U.), E...
Keywords: TDE, Transient, Radio
Related Objects:
2020ksf
RA, DEC:21:35:27.260, -18:16:35.54
(323.863583, -18.276539)
Redshift:
Type:
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2020zso
RA, DEC:22:22:17.130, -07:15:59.08
(335.571375, -7.266411)
Redshift:0.061
Type:TDE
We report the first radio observations taken as part of a new VLA Large Program dedicated to tidal disruption events (TDEs). We detect faint emission coincident with the TDEs AT2020ksf and AT2020zso.
Released: 2020-10-23 12:12:52
Classification of AT 2020wey / ZTF20acitpfz as a Tidal Disruption Event in a Post-Starburst Galaxy
Iair Arcavi (Tel Aviv U), Jamison Burke (Las Cumbres / UCSB), Irura Nyiha (MIT), and Matt Nicholl (Birmingham)
Source Group: StarDestroyers
Related Objects:
2020wey [ZTF20acitpfz]
RA, DEC:09:05:25.880, +61:48:09.18
(136.357833, 61.802550)
Redshift:0.02738
Type:TDE
We report the classification of AT 2020wey / ZTF20acitpfz as a Tidal Disruption Event
Released: 2020-07-21 19:56:16
ZTF discovery and follow-up of the tidal disruption event candidate ZTF20abisysx / AT2020nov
Sara Frederick (UMd), Suvi Gezari (UMd), Sjoert van Velzen (Leiden), Charlotte Ward (UMd), Erica Hammerstein (UMd), S...
Source Group: ZTF
Keywords: TDE, Transient
Related Objects:
2020nov
RA, DEC:16:58:12.970, +02:07:03.04
(254.554042, 2.117511)
Redshift:0.084
Type:TDE
We report the ZTF discovery and classification of ZTF20abisysx / AT2020nov, a candidate tidal disruption event at z = 0.087. The transient was discovered on 2020 Jun 27 with a ZTF magnitude of g = ...

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Released: 2020-05-07
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Classification of SN 2020jfo (ZTF20aaynrrh) as a young Type II supernova
Daniel Perley (LJMU), Cristina Barbarino (Stockholm), Jesper Sollerman (Stockholm), Tassilo Schwe...
Released: 2019-12-31
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ePESSTO+ re-classification of AT2019xis as a light echo of SN 1987A in the LMC.
S. Taubenberger (MPA), D. Malesani (DTU Space), G. Terreran (Northwestern), S. J. Smartt (QUB), A...
Released: 2020-06-25
Views Count: 1149
ATLAS20qoq (AT2020nlb): discovery of a candidate SN in MESSIER 85 (17 Mpc)
A. Townsend (Queen's University Belfast / University of Manchester), K. W. Smith, S. Srivast...
Released: 2019-05-03
Views Count: 959
Classification of AT 2019ein as a young SN Ia-peculiar
Jamison Burke (Las Cumbres Observatory/UC Santa Barbara), Iair Arcavi (Tel Aviv University), D. A...
Released: 2019-03-25
Views Count: 831
Possible LBV Eruption at the Site of SN 2010ct
Ron Arbour
Released: 2020-05-07
Views Count: 824
ZTF early discovery and rapid follow-up of the infant SN ZTF20aaynrrh / 2020jfo
Steve Schulze (WIS), Jesper Sollermann (OKC), Daniel A. Perley (LJMU), Anna Ho (Caltech), Yi Yang...
Released: 2019-07-20
Views Count: 780
Pan-STARRS Search for Kilonovae : discovery of an intrinsically faint transient in UGC 12798 (68 Mpc)
S. J. Smartt, (Queen's University Belfast), K. C. Chambers, (IfA, University of Hawaii) K. W...
Released: 2019-06-14
Views Count: 655
Long rise and bump feature in the lightcurve of AT2019fdr - spectroscopy requested
S. J. Smartt, K. W. Smith, O. McBrien, S. Srivastav, J. Gillanders (Queen's University Belfa...
Released: 2019-03-25
Views Count: 645
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Avishay Gal-Yam, Ofer Yaron, Avner Sass, Eran Ofek, Nikola Knezevic, Ilan Manulis (WIS)
Released: 2019-08-28
Views Count: 628
ZTF and LT Discovery of the Bright, Nearby Superluminous Supernova SN 2019neq / ZTF19abpbopt
Daniel A. Perley (LJMU), Lin Yan (Caltech), Avishay Gal-Yam (Weizmann), Steve Schulze (Weizmann),...

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