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Supernovae : the Tenth Santa Cruz Workshop in Astronomy and Astrophysics, July 9 to 21, 1989, Lick Observatory

Author: Stanford E Woosley
Publisher: New York : Springer-Verlag, ©1991.
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A collection of papers presented at a workshop in California in 1989, this book discusses the state of supernovae studies. A variety of aspects are covered, including the theory of stellar  Read more...


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Genre/Form: Conference papers and proceedings
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Santa Cruz Summer Workshop in Astronomy and Astrophysics (10th : 1989 : Lick Observatory).
New York : Springer-Verlag, ©1991
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Stanford E Woosley
ISBN: 0387970711 9780387970714 3540970711 9783540970712
OCLC Number: 22923668
Description: xxiii, 789 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: I. SN 1987A - The Light Curve and Spectrophotometry.- The Bolometric Light Curve of SN 1987A.- SN 1987A Light Curves.- Optical Spectrophotometry of Supernova 1987A: The First 133 Days.- SN 1987A: Optical Spectrophotometry 130-900 Days After Core Collapse.- The ESO Infrared Data Set.- Infrared Emission from SN 1987A: Light Echoes or Dust Formation?.- II. SN 1987A - Spectroscopy.- Molecules, Dust and Ionic Abundances in SN 1987A.- Dust Condensation in the Ejecta of SN 1987A, II.- AAT Observations of SN 1987A & Other Supernovae.- Spectroscopy of SN 1987A at 1-4 Microns.- Direct Observation of 56Co Decay in Supernova 1987.- Spectral Line Profiles of Iron and Nickel in Supernova 1987A.- Supernova 1987A: Astron Observations of UV Absorption Spectra and Their Interpretation.- III. SN 1987A - The Circumstellar Environment.- Ultraviolet Emission Lines from Circumstellar Gas Surrounding SN 1987A.- Asymmetry in the Wind from the Precursor to SN 1987A.- Comments on the IR Emission from the Subarcsec Vicinity of SN 1987A.- A Third, Inner Light Echo Ring Around SN 1987A.- Nimba Around Supernova 1987A: Kinematics and Evolution in Ages.- Circumstellar and Interstellar Interaction Around SN 1987A.- Interaction of Supernova Ejecta with Circumstellar Clumps.- IV. Models for SN 1987A and Other Type II Supernovae.- Massive Star Evolution in the LMC.- Towards an Understanding of the Progenitor Evolution of SN 1987A.- Confronting Observations with the Theory of SN 1987A: Progenitor, Nucleosynthesis, and Mixing.- Binary Models for the Progenitor of SN 1987A.- Light Curve Models for SN 1987A: Roles of the Recombination Front of Hydrogen.- Supernova 1987A - Its Light Curve, Composition, and Pulsar.- Modelling of the Early Light Curve of SN 1987A with the Multi-Group Time-Dependent Radiative Transfer.- Explosion of a Supernova with a Red Giant Companion.- The Stability of Point Explosion Models.- On the Nature of Hydrodynamic Instabilities in Supernovae.- Three-Dimensional Simulation of Supernova Explosion and Growth of Instabilities.- Instabilities and Mixing in SN 1987A.- Mixing in Convective Supernova -Bubble Solution vs Blast Wave Solution.- Mixing in SN 1987A.- Rayleigh-Taylor Instability in Supernova 1987A: Dependence on the Presupernova Model.- V. X-Rays and ?-Rays from SN 1987A.- SMM ?-Ray Observations of SN 1987A.- X-Ray Observation of SN 1987A from GINGA.- High Resolution Observations of Gamma-Ray Line Profiles from SN 1987A.- An Observation of SN1987A with a New High Resolution Gamma-Ray Spectrometer.- Pre-Discovery Hard X- and Gamma-Ray Luminosity of SN 1987A from Optical Spectra.- Future Missions for Gamma-Ray Astronomy - Sigma and the Nuclear Astrophysics Explorer.- VI. The Neutron Star in SN 1987A and Other Supernovae.- The Sub-Millisecond Pulsar in SN 1987A: A Review of the Discovery Data After Six Months.- Implications of a Fast Pulsar for the Equation of State.- Surface Structure of Neutron Stars and Nuclear Reactions with High Magnetic Fields.- Multigroup Simulation of Protoneutron Star Cooling.- VII. Explosion Mechanisms and Neutrino Bursts.- Neutrino Astrophysics: New Adjunct of Astronomy and Elementary Particle Physics.- Calculations of Neutrino Heating Supernovae.- Initial Models and the Prompt Mechanism of SN II.- Supernova Calculations and the Hot Bubble.- Effects of Rotation on Collapsing Stellar Iron Cores.- Neutrino Inelastic Scattering and Prompt Shocks in Core Bounce Supernovae.- A Look at Dissipation in Stellar Collapse.- Shock Simulation in Type II Supernovae: A Collection of Recipes.- Is There Life After Fuller, Fowler & Newman?.- Nucleosynthesis in Non-Spherical Supernova Explosion and Observations.- Relativistic Neutrino Transport in Stellar Collapse.- Neutrino Transport in Supernovae and Protoneutron Stars by Monte Carlo Methods.- The SN 1987A Neutrino Signal and the Future.- Implications of the SN 1987A Neutrinos for Supernova Theory and the Mass of ?e.- Neutrino Signal from Rapidly Rotating Collapsed Stellar Iron Cores.- Implications of SN 1987A Neutrino Observations for Future Detections.- VIII. Synthetic Spectra of Supernova 1987A, Type I's, & Others.- Spectral Diagnostics of Type II Supernova.- Synthetic Spectrum Calculations of the Type II Supernova SN 87A.- Modelling the Late-Time Optical Spectra of Supernova 1987A.- Late Time Spectrum of SN 1987A.- A Comparison of Carbon Deflagration Models for SN Ia.- IX. Observations of Recent Supernovae (Not SN 1987A).- Supernovae: Fabulous Results and Stories.- A Spectroscopic Glance at the CfA Supernovae Atlas.- Late Time Photometric Behavior of Supernova.- Mean Evolution and Characteristics of Type I Supernova Spectra.- IUE Observations of Supernovae.- VLBI Observations of Supernovae and Their Remnants.- A Supernova with a Difference, SN 1986J.- Spectrophotometry and Photometry of SN 1987M.- The Type Ib Supernova SN 1984L in NGC 991.- X. Type Ia and Ib Supernovae - Progenitors and Mechanisms.- Evolution of Type Ia Progenitors.- Wolf-Rayet Stars as Supernova Precursors.- Type Ib Supernovae Wolf-Rayet Stars.- On the Nature of Type Ib Supernova Progenitors.- The Carbon Explosion Model.- Explosion of Massive Wolf-Rayet Stars.- Theoretical Light Curves of Type I Supernovae.- Expansion Opacity, Type Ia's and the Question of Collapse vs Thermonuclear.- SN Ia Models by Coalescence of Two Carbon-Oxygen White Dwarfs.- Collapse or Explosion of C+O White Dwarfs.- Searching for Double Degenerates: One Out of Fifty.- Neon Novae, Recurrent Novae, and Type I Supernovae.- XI. Nucleosyntesis in Supernovae.- Explosive Nucleosynthesis in Type I and Type II Supernovae.- On Supernovae Rates, Oxygen and Iron Abundances.- The p-Process in a Realistic Supernova Model.- Neutrino Nucleosynthesis in Massive Stars.- Possible Gamma-Ray Signatures of an r-Process Event.- XII. Supernova Reminants and Interaction with the ISM.- Recent Optical Studies of Supernova Remnants.- Supernova Remnants and Candidates in M33.- The Optical Structure of Cassiopeia A.- Spectrophotometry of Cas A: Implications for Nucleosynthesis in Massive Stars.- Photoionization Models of Iron-Rich Ejecta in SN 1885.- X-Ray Spectroscopy of Young Supernova Remnants: Mixing in the Ejecta of Type I and II Supernovae.- Infrared Knots Around SS433 - Results of Jets.- The Radio Spectra of Supernova Remnants.- Observations of Molecular Clouds Associated with Supernova Remnants in the LMC.- The Interaction of Supernova Remnant in the Early Phase with a Circumstellar Shell.- Global Effects of Supernova Remnants on the Interstellar Medium.- The Effect of Supernova Remnants on Interstellar Clouds.- XIII. Supernova Rates, Searches, and Use as Standard Candles.- Galactic and Extragalactic Supernova Rates.- The Asiago Supernova Catalog.- Views from the OCA Schmidt Telescope.- Progress and New Directions for the Berkeley Supernova Search.- Searching for Supernovae in Starburst Galaxies.- The Value of the Hubble Constant Through Novae and Supernovae.- From the Expansion of SN 1987A to the Expansion of the Universe.- Supernovae Ia as Standard Candles.- An Estimate of the Distance to M100 in the Virgo Cluster via VLBI of SN1979C: Updates and Prospects.- Hard X-ray Radiation from Supernova 1987A. The Results of Kvant Module in 1987-1989.
Responsibility: S.E. Woosley, editor.


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