Type Ia supernovae’s dimmer cousin, type II supernovae, take a shot at measuring the Hubble constant.
Today’s paper uses radio observations to look for gold in special supernovae!
More radiant than typical supernovae- superluminous supernovae- have a mysterious source of power. Some show odd bumps and wiggles late in their evolution.
Could the Hubble Tension finally be solved with a little spring cleaning? It’s more likely than you think.
An unusually bright supernova, nicknamed the Cow, was the first of its kind when discovered in 2018. Learn more about this mysterious flash in today’s Bite!
FBOTs or butterflies? Today’s paper presents a new model to describe the emission from fast blue optical transients.