Cosmic Explosions: On the 10th Anniversary of SN1993J (IAU by Schuyler D. Van Dyk, Kurt W. Weiler, Richard A. Sramek, Nino
By Schuyler D. Van Dyk, Kurt W. Weiler, Richard A. Sramek, Nino Panagia (auth.), Professor Juan-María Marcaide, Dr. Kurt W. Weiler (eds.)
The complaints of the convention Supernovae 2003 (IAU colloquium 192) offers an intensive state of the art survey of all theoretical and observational points of supernovae and gamma-ray bursts, in addition to their effect on cosmology. This quantity deals all people operating during this box an authoritative and complete resource of reference.
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2, but with realistic random noise and calibration errors. Notice the outward shift of the inner part of the reconstructed proﬁle and the bias towards overestimating the emission in the inner region and underestimating it in the outer region. the source center than expected for spherical shells of optically thin emission. Notice that, as said in Sect. 1, the Green Functions used in our GFD assume optically thin emission for the spherical shell. e. missing central emission at the source center with respect to what is expected for spherical shells of optically thin emission), and aware of the present limitation of our GFD method, we introduced central absorption in our synthesized noisy maps.
76-m telescope at Leuschner Observatory, missed discovery of SN 1993J because its ﬁeld of view was somewhat too small to include the position of the supernova when centered on the galaxy nucleus, and because of bad weather . It was a pleasure for both of us to ﬁnally meet Mr. Garc´ıa, at this conference. 95; [2, 71]). In terms of observational coverage, both in temporal consistency (almost nightly observations at early times) and in the details of individual observations (including observations with signal-to-noise ratios, spectral resolutions, and wavelength regions not typically found in studies of supernovae), SN 1993J is surpassed 38 Alexei V.
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