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Aydi, E, Sokolovsky, KV, Chomiuk, L, Steinberg, E, Li, KL, Vurm, I, Metzger, BD, Strader, J, Mukai, K, Pejcha, O, Shen, KJ, Wade, GA, Kuschnig, R, Moffat, AFJ, Pablo, H, Pigulski, A, Popowicz, A, Weiss, W, Zwintz, K, Izzo, L , Pollard, KR, Handler, G, Ryder, SD, Filipovic, MD, Alsaberi, RZE, Manojlovic, P, de Oliveira, RL, Walter, FM, Vallely, PJ, Buckley, DAH, Brown, MJI, Harvey, EJ, Kawash, A, Kniazev, A, Kochanek, CS, Linford, J, Mikolajewska, J, Molaro, P, Orio, M, Page, KL, Shappee, BJ and Sokoloski, JL (2020) Direct evidence for shock-powered optical emission in a nova. Nature Astronomy. ISSN 2397-3366

Jencson, JE, Kasliwal, MM, Adams, SM, Bond, HE, De, K, Johansson, J, Karambelkar, V, Lau, RM, Tinyanont, S, Ryder, SD, Cody, AM, Masci, FJ, Bally, J, Blagorodnova, N, Castellon, S, Fremling, C, Gehrz, RD, Helou, G, Kilpatrick, CD, Milne, PA , Morrell, N, Perley, DA, Phillips, MM, Smith, N, van Dyk, SD and Williams, RE (2019) The SPIRITS Sample of Luminous Infrared Transients: Uncovering Hidden Supernovae and Dusty Stellar Outbursts in Nearby Galaxies. Astrophysical Journal, 886 (1). ISSN 0004-637X

Bufano, F, Pignata, G, Bersten, M, Mazzali, PA, Ryder, SD, Margutti, R, Milisavljevic, D, Morelli, L, Benetti, S, Cappellaro, E, Gonzalez-Gaitan, S, Romero-Canizales, C, Stritzinger, M, Walker, ES, Anderson, JP, Contreras, C, de Jaeger, T, Foerster, F, Gutierrez, C, Hamuy, M , Hsiao, E, Morrell, N, Olivares E, F, Paillas, E, Parker, S, Pian, E, Pickering, TE, Sanders, N, Stockdale, C, Turatto, M, Valenti, S, Fesen, RA, Maza, J, Nomoto, K, Phillips, MM and Soderberg, A (2014) SN 2011hs: a fast and faint Type IIb supernova from a supergiant progenitor. MONTHLY NOTICES OF THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY, 439 (2). pp. 1807-1828. ISSN 0035-8711

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