An Asymmetric Energetic Type Ic Supernova Viewed Off-Axis, and a Link to Gamma Ray Bursts

@article{Mazzali2005AnAE,
  title={An Asymmetric Energetic Type Ic Supernova Viewed Off-Axis, and a Link to Gamma Ray Bursts},
  author={P. A. Mazzali and Koji S. Kawabata and Keiichi Maeda and Ken’ichi Nomoto and Alexei V. Filippenko and Enrico Ramirez-Ruiz and Stefano Benetti and E. Pian and Jinsong Deng and Nozomu Tominaga and Youichi Ohyama and Masanori Iye and Ryan J. Foley and Thomas Matheson and Lifan Wang and Avishay Gal-yam},
  journal={Science},
  year={2005},
  volume={308},
  pages={1284 - 1287}
}
Type Ic supernovae, the explosions after the core collapse of massive stars that have previously lost their hydrogen and helium envelopes, are particularly interesting because of their link with long-duration gamma ray bursts. Although indications exist that these explosions are aspherical, direct evidence has been missing. Late-time observations of supernova SN 2003jd, a luminous type Ic supernova, provide such evidence. Recent Subaru and Keck spectra reveal double-peaked profiles in the… Expand

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