Supernova 1987A in the Large Magellanic Cloud

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Supernova 1987A in the Large Magellanic Cloud Proceedings of the Fourth George Mason Astrophysics Workshop held at the George Mason University, Fairfax, Viginia, 12–14 October, 1987 Autor: Edited by Minas Kafatos, Andrew G. Michalitsianos


Supernova 1987A was the brightest supernova explosion since the invention of the telescope, and consequently the observations are of great interest in astronomy. This book collects seventy papers, which were presented at the Fourth George Mason Workshop on Astrophysics in late 1987. It provides a fascinating summary of the status of observations six months after the outburst, and will be of interest to all astronomers interested in this supernova.


Spis treści: Foreword Acknowledgements Workshop participants 1. Images and spectrograms of Sanduleak – 69Âş202, the SN 1987a progenitor N

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Supernova 1987A in the Large Magellanic Cloud Proceedings of the Fourth George Mason Astrophysics Workshop held at the George Mason University, Fairfax, Viginia, 12–14 October, 1987 Autor: Edited by Minas Kafatos, Andrew G. Michalitsianos


Supernova 1987A was the brightest supernova explosion since the invention of the telescope, and consequently the observations are of great interest in astronomy. This book collects seventy papers, which were presented at the Fourth George Mason Workshop on Astrophysics in late 1987. It provides a fascinating summary of the status of observations six months after the outburst, and will be of interest to all astronomers interested in this supernova.


Spis treści: Foreword Acknowledgements Workshop participants 1. Images and spectrograms of Sanduleak – 69Âş202, the SN 1987a progenitor N. R. Walborn 2. The progenitor of SN 1987A G. Sonneborn 3. Another supernova with a blue progenitor C. M. Gaskell and W. C. Keel 4. Optical and infrared observations of SN 1987A from Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory M. M. Phillips 5. SN 1987A: observational results obtained at ESO I. J. Danziger, P. Bouchet, R. A. E. Fosbury, C. Gouiffes, L. B. Lucy, A. F. M. Moorwood, E. Oliva and F. Rufener 6. Observations of SN 1987A at the South African Astronomical Observatory (SAAO) M. W. Feast 7. Observations of SN 1987A at the Anglo-Australian Telescope W. J. Couch 8. Linear polarimetric study of SN 1987A A. Clocchiatti, M. MĂŠndez, O. Benvenuto, C. Feinstein, H. Marraco, B. GarcĂ­a and N. Morrell 9. Infrared spectroscopy of SN 1987A from the NASA Kuiper Airborne Observatory H. P. Larson, S. Drapatz, M. J. Mumma and H. A. Weaver 10. Radio observations of SN 1987A N. Bartel et al. 11. Ultraviolet observations of SN 1987A: clues to mass loss R. P. Kirshner 12. On the energetics of SN 1987A N. Panagia 13. On the nature and apparent uniqueness of SN 1987A A. V. Filippenko 14. A comparison of the SN 1987A light curve with other type II supernovae, and the detectability of similar supernovae M. F. Schmitz and C. M. Gaskell 15. P-Cygni features and photospheric velocities L. Bildsten and J. C. L. Wang 16. The Neutrino burst from SN 1987A detected in the Mont Blanc LSD experiment M. Aglietta et al. 17. Toward observational neutrino astrophysics M. Koshiba 18. The discovery of neutrinos from SN 1987A with the IMB detector J. Matthews 19. Peering into the abyss: the neutrinos from SN 1987A A. Burrows 20. Phenomenological analysis of neutrino emission from SN 1987A J. N. Bahcall, D. N. Spergel and W. H. Press 21. Mass determination of neutrinos H. Y. Chiu 22. Neutrino transport in a type II supernova D. C. Ellison, P. M. Giovanoni and S. W. Bruenn 23. Neutrino masses from SN 1987A J. Franklin 24. Supernova neutrinos and their oscillations T. K. Kuo and J. T. Pantaleone 25. Neutrinos from SN 1987A and cooling of the nascent neutron star D. Q. Lamb, F. Melia and T. J. Loredo 26. Neutrino Energetics of SN 1987A J. M. Lattimer and A. Yahil 27. Neutrino emission from cooling neutron stars E. S. Myra, J. M. Lattimer and A. Yahil 28. Statistical analysis of the time structure of the neutrinos from SN 1987A P. J. Schinder and S. A. Bludman 29. Neutrino properties from observations of SN 1987A A. Dar 30. SN 1987A and companion C. Papaliolios, M. Karovska, P. Nisenson, and C. Standley 31. Supernovae light echoes B. E. Schaefer 32. A real light echo: Nova Persei 1901 J. E. Felten 33. IR speckle- interferometry of SN 1987A A. A. Chalabaev, C. Perrier and J. M. Mariotti 34. Infrared opportunities for Supernova 1987A E. Dwek 35. The UV interstellar spectrum and environment of SN 1987A F. C. Bruhweiler 36. The interstellar spectrum of SN 1987A in the ultraviolet J. C. Blades, J. M. Wheatley, N. Panagia, M. Grewing, M. Pettini and W. Wamsteker 37. The structure and spectrum of SN 1987A J. C. Wheeler, R. P. Harkness, and Z. Barkat 38. Supernova 1987A: constraints on the theoretical model K. Nomoto and T. Shigeyama 39. Supernova 1987A: a model and its predictions S. E. Woosley 40. SN 1987A: circumstellar and interstellar interaction R. A. Chevalier 41. Theoretical models of Supernova 1987A W. D. Arnett 42. Evolution of the stellar progenitor of Supernova 1987A J. W. Truran and A. Weiss 43.Modelling the atmosphere of SN 1987A L. B. Lucy 44. SN 1987A: a stripped asymptotic- branch giant in a binary system P. C. Joss, Ph. Podsiadlowski, J. J. L. Hsu and S. Rappaport 45. Pulsar formation and the fall back mass fraction S. A. Colgate 46. An unusual hard X-ray source in the region of SN 1987A Y. Tanaka 47. The hard X-


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