Supernovae, 1st ed. 2019
Space Sciences Series of ISSI Series, Vol. 68

Coordinators: Bykov Andrei, Roger Chevalier, Raymond John, Thielemann Friedrich-Karl, Falanga Maurizio, von Steiger Rudolf

Language: Anglais

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From early Chinese astronomy to the most recent high precision, multi-wavelength observations, supernovae have been actively examined for centuries. In recent years, this intense study has yielded great insight into the physics of supernovae and their impact on a wide variety of subjects, from cosmology to astrobiology. 

The unprecedented growth of observational information, the ever increasing computational power for modeling, and the deep multidisciplinary connections of supernovae to stellar physics, galactic evolution, astrochemistry, and cosmic ray origin motivated the publication of this contributed volume. The book provides insights on current progress in the field and presents open-ended questions for future supernova studies.

Originally published in Space Science Reviews in the Topical Collection "Supernovae"
Preface.- Type Ia Supernova Cosmology.- Crucial Physical Dependencies of the Core-Collapse Supernova Mechanism.- Single Degenerate Models for Type Ia Supernovae: Progenitor’s Evolution and Nucleosynthesis Yields.- Models for Type Ia Supernovae and Related Astrophysical Transients.- Neutrinos from Supernovae.- Superluminous Supernovae.- Peculiar Supernovae.- Circumstellar Interaction in Supernovae in Dense Environments—An Observational Perspective.- The Morphologies and Kinematics of Supernova Remnants.- Shock Waves in Supernova Ejecta.- Nucleosynthesis in Supernovae.- Dust in Supernovae and Supernova Remnants I: Formation Scenarios.- Dust in Supernovae and Supernova Remnants II: Processing and Survival.- Cosmic Ray Production in Supernovae.
Written by world-leading researchers in the field of supernovae

Provides the most updated collection of results on supernovae and related phenomena

Demonstrates how new revelations in supernova physics impact other disciplines across the spectrum