# Constraints on core-collapse supernova progenitors from explosion site integral field spectroscopy

@article{Kuncarayakti2017ConstraintsOC,
title={Constraints on core-collapse supernova progenitors from explosion site integral field spectroscopy},
author={Hanindyo Kuncarayakti and J. P. Anderson and Llu{\'i}s Galbany and Kei-ichi Maeda and Mario Hamuy and Gregory S. Aldering and Nobuo Arimoto and Mamoru Doi and Tomoki Morokuma and Tomonori Usuda},
journal={arXiv: Solar and Stellar Astrophysics},
year={2017}
}
• Published 15 November 2017
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Observationally, supernovae (SNe) are divided into subclasses pertaining to their distinct characteristics. This diversity reflects the diversity in the progenitor stars. It is not entirely clear how different evolutionary paths leading massive stars to become a SN are governed by fundamental parameters such as progenitor initial mass and metallicity. This paper places constraints on progenitor initial mass and metallicity in distinct core-collapse SN subclasses, through a study of the parent…

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