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Science: Astronomy: Stars: Novae_and_Supernovae

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International Supernovae Network
Includes recent discoveries and technical information about finding supernovae.

Latest Supernovae
A list of the latest Supernovae with reference images.

List of Recent Supernovae
Huge index of recent supernovae, including date found, SN position, and host galaxy.

Masi Astro Images Photometry
Site intro in English and Italian. A short list of Supernovae and variable star images.

Mr. Galaxy's Supernovae
Nice brief introduction to Supernovae including information on the SunSEARCH program and how to find supernovae.

Supernova, by HEASARC
HEASARC: High Energy Astrophysics Science Archive Research Center provides a short article regarding the high-energy aspects of supernovae explosions.

SuperNova Early Warning System (SNEWS)
Network utilizing neutrino detectors to detect neutrino burst from supernova in order to provide a prompt alert to astronomers.

Supernova Taxonomy
A discussion of the taxonomy of supernovae.

Fundamentals of type I & II supernovae

Type 1a Supernovae and the Cosmological Constant
Brief look at recent type Ia supernova data and the cosmological constant

University of Texas Supernovae Research
Includes research contacts, preprints, reviews and published papers by the Astronomy group of the University of Texas.

Very-Late-Type Spiral and Irregular Galaxy Supernova Search
Current statistics of search at University of Iowa, movies of observed SNe. The rates in Sdm-Sm and Irr galaxies seem to be higher even than in late type Sbc-Sd galaxies.

When supernovae go hyper: NASA article
Magazine-style article written by NASA on the explanation for gamma-ray bursts surrounding 'hypernova' type supernovae.

X-ray Astronomy: Supernovae and their remnants
Brief NASA introduction to supernovae. Includes images.

Remnant of Chinese Supernova
Scientists using NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory have found new evidence that a pulsar in the constellation of Sagittarius was created when a massive star exploded, witnessed by Chinese astronomers in the year 386 AD. (January 10, 2001)


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