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Is the high-energy neutrino event IceCube-200530A associated with a hydrogen rich superluminous supernova?

@inproceedings{Pitik2021IsTH,
  title={Is the high-energy neutrino event IceCube-200530A associated with a hydrogen rich superluminous supernova?},
  author={Tetyana Pitik and Irene Tamborra and C R Angus and Katie Auchettl},
  year={2021}
}
The Zwicky Transient Facility (ZTF) follow-up campaign of alerts released by the IceCube Neutrino Observatory has led to the likely identification of the transient AT2019fdr as the source of the neutrino event IC200530A. AT2019fdr was initially suggested to be a tidal disruption event in a Narrow-Line Seyfert 1 galaxy. However, the combination of its spectral properties, color evolution, and feature-rich light curve suggests that AT2019fdr may be a Type IIn superluminous supernova. In the… 
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