Superluminous supernovae from the Dark Energy Survey
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Superluminous supernovae from the Dark Energy Survey

  • Author(s): Angus, CR
  • Smith, M
  • Sullivan, M
  • Inserra, C
  • Wiseman, P
  • D’Andrea, CB
  • Thomas, BP
  • Nichol, RC
  • Galbany, L
  • Childress, M
  • Asorey, J
  • Brown, PJ
  • Casas, R
  • Castander, FJ
  • Curtin, C
  • Frohmaier, C
  • Glazebrook, K
  • Gruen, D
  • Gutierrez, C
  • Kessler, R
  • Kim, AG
  • Lidman, C
  • Macaulay, E
  • Nugent, P
  • Pursiainen, M
  • Sako, M
  • Soares-Santos, M
  • Thomas, RC
  • Abbott, TMC
  • Avila, S
  • Bertin, E
  • Brooks, D
  • Buckley-Geer, E
  • Burke, DL
  • Carnero Rosell, A
  • Carretero, J
  • da Costa, LN
  • De Vicente, J
  • Desai, S
  • Diehl, HT
  • Doel, P
  • Eifler, TF
  • Flaugher, B
  • Fosalba, P
  • Frieman, J
  • García-Bellido, J
  • Gruendl, RA
  • Gschwend, J
  • Hartley, WG
  • Hollowood, DL
  • Honscheid, K
  • Hoyle, B
  • James, DJ
  • Kuehn, K
  • Kuropatkin, N
  • Lahav, O
  • Lima, M
  • Maia, MAG
  • March, M
  • Marshall, JL
  • Menanteau, F
  • Miller, CJ
  • Miquel, R
  • Ogando, RLC
  • Plazas, AA
  • Romer, AK
  • Sanchez, E
  • Schindler, R
  • Schubnell, M
  • Sobreira, F
  • Suchyta, E
  • Swanson, MEC
  • Tarle, G
  • Thomas, D
  • Tucker, DL
  • et al.

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https://doi.org/10.1093/mnras/stz1321
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Abstract

We present a sample of 21 hydrogen-free superluminous supernovae (SLSNe-I), and one hydrogen-rich SLSN (SLSN-II) detected during the five-year Dark Energy Survey (DES). These SNe, located in the redshift range 0.220

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