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Highest-frequency detection of FRB 121102 at 4-8 GHz using the Breakthrough Listen Digital Backend at the Green Bank Telescope
We report the first detections of the repeating fast radio burst source FRB 121102 above 5.2 GHz. Observations were performed using the 4$-$8 GHz receiver of the Robert C. Byrd Green Bank TelescopeExpand
CALTECH CORE-COLLAPSE PROJECT (CCCP) OBSERVATIONS OF TYPE IIn SUPERNOVAE: TYPICAL PROPERTIES AND IMPLICATIONS FOR THEIR PROGENITOR STARS
Type IIn supernovae (SNe IIn) are rare events, constituting only a few percent of all core-collapse SNe, and the current sample of well-observed SNe IIn is small. Here, we study the four SNe IInExpand
Multiple asteroid systems: Dimensions and thermal properties from Spitzer Space Telescope and ground-based observations
We collected mid-IR spectra from 5.2 to 38 lm using the Spitzer Space Telescope Infrared Spectrograph of 28 asteroids representative of all established types of binary groups. Photometric lightcurvesExpand
The Breakthrough Listen Search for Intelligent Life: 1.1-1.9 GHz observations of 692 Nearby Stars
We report on a search for engineered signals from a sample of 692 nearby stars using the Robert C. Byrd Green Bank Telescope, undertaken as part of the $Breakthrough~Listen~Initiative$ search forExpand
Detecting cosmic rays with the LOFAR radio telescope
The low frequency array (LOFAR), is the first radio telescope designed with the capability to measure radio emission from cosmic-ray induced air showers in parallel with interferometric observations.Expand
Shape, size and multiplicity of main-belt asteroids I. Keck Adaptive Optics survey.
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Results from a high spatial resolution survey of 33 main-belt asteroids with diameters >40 km using the Keck II Adaptive Optics facility are presented, confirming the validity of both the lightcurve inversion method and the AO image reduction technique. Expand
A large light-mass component of cosmic rays at 1017–1017.5 electronvolts from radio observations
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Radio measurements of Xmax with a mean uncertainty of 16 grams per square centimetre for air showers initiated by cosmic rays with energies of 1017–1017.5 electronvolts enable us to determine the mass spectrum of the cosmic rays: a mixed composition, with a light-mass fraction (protons and helium nuclei) of about 80 per cent. Expand
The Breakthrough Listen Search for Intelligent Life: A 3.95-8.00 GHz Search for Radio Technosignatures in the Restricted Earth Transit Zone
We report on a search for artificial narrowband signals of 20 stars within the restricted Earth Transit Zone as a part of the ten-year Breakthrough Listen (BL) search for extraterrestrialExpand
Composition, mineralogy, and porosity of multiple asteroid systems from visible and near-infrared spectral data
Abstract We aim to provide a taxonomic and compositional characterization of Multiple Asteroid Systems (MASs) located in the main belt (MB) using visible (0.45–0.85 μm) and near-infrared (0.7–2.5 μm)Expand
Polarized radio emission from extensive air showers measured with LOFAR
We present LOFAR measurements of radio emission from extensive air showers. We find that this emission is strongly polarized, with a median degree of polarization of nearly 99%, and that the angleExpand
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