A strange supernova dubbed iPTF14hls has astronomers scratching their heads. This article presents one possible explanation — pulsations in a massive, dying star.
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During the search for an elusive electromagnetic counterpart to the newest gravitational wave in town, GW170104, a very special supernova was uncovered. Here we discuss its classification and whether it is linked to the origin of GW170104 .
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Supernova explosions may have regulated the amount of photons available to reionize the Universe.
A starter guide to classifying supernovae based on their light curves and spectra.