Radio emission from type II supernovae
Over the past five years the study of radio emission from supernovae has developed from a few weak detections of SN1970g into a field with detailed, multifrequency radio “light curves” on several objects, with extensive spectral information, and with complex models for the radio supernova (RSN) phenomenon. This work is continuing and will provide within the next few years detailed studies of individual supernovae as well as statistics concerning the properties of the radio emission from different classes of supernovae.
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