Interacting SNe and SNe impostors: constraining their progenitors and evolution

Dr. Nancy Elías de la Rosa

Abstract

A fully consistent picture of the SNe progenitor evolution can't be found yet. Such scenario increases in complexity as deep and wide surveys, using latest generation instruments, discover new types of transients with unprecedented observational characteristics. For example, the wide heterogeneity observed in interacting transients in the recent years. Still, the nature of these transients is largerly debated: Some are without doubt genuine core-collapse SNe, while others may be giant non-terminal outburst from luminous blue variables. The talk includes my contribution to this topic with data of the recent objects of study and the conclusions extracted from their analysis.

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Interacting SNe and SNe impostors: constraining their progenitors and evolution
Dr. Nancy Elías de la Rosa
IEEC
Thursday September 13, 2018 - 10:30  (Aula)
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