The supernova channel of super-AGB stars

@article{Poelarends2008TheSC,
  title={The supernova channel of super-AGB stars},
  author={A.J.T. Poelarends and F. Herwig and N. Langer and A. Heger},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2008},
  volume={675},
  pages={614-625}
}
  • A.J.T. Poelarends, F. Herwig, +1 author A. Heger
  • Published 2008
  • Physics
  • The Astrophysical Journal
  • We study the late evolution of solar metallicity stars in the transition region between white dwarf formation and core collapse. This includes the super-asymptotic giant branch (super-AGB, SAGB) stars, which ignite carbon burning and form an oxygen-neon (ONe) core. SAGB star cores may grow to the Chandrasekhar mass because of continued H- and He-shell burning, ending as core-collapse supernovae. From stellar evolution models we find that the initial mass range for SAGB evolution is -->7.5–9.25… CONTINUE READING
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