A Catalog of M-dwarf Flares with ASAS-SN

@article{RodrguezMartnez2020ACO,
  title={A Catalog of M-dwarf Flares with ASAS-SN},
  author={Romy Rodr{\'i}guez Mart{\'i}nez and Laura A. Lopez and Benjamin. J. Shappee and Sarah J. Schmidt and Tharindu Jayasinghe and Christopher S. Kochanek and Katie Auchettl and Thomas W.-S. Holoien},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2020},
  volume={892}
}
We analyzed the light curves of 1376 early-to-late, nearby M dwarfs to search for white-light flares using photometry from the All-Sky Automated Survey for Supernovae. We identified 480 M dwarfs with at least one potential flare employing a simple statistical algorithm that searches for sudden increases in V-band flux. After more detailed evaluation, we identified 62 individual flares on 62 stars. The event amplitudes range from mag. Using classical flare models, we place lower limits on the… 

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