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2018
S. Bose, Dong, S., Pastorello, A., Filippenko, A. V., Kochanek, C. S., Mauerhan, J., Romero-Cañizales, C., Brink, T., Chen, P., Prieto, J. L., Post, R., Ashall, C., Grupe, D., Tomasella, L., Benetti, S., Shappee, B. J., Stanek, K. Z., Cai, Z., Falco, E., Lundqvist, P., Mattila, S., Mutel, R., Ochner, P., Pooley, D., Stritzinger, M. D., Villanueva, Jr., S., Zheng, W. - K., Beswick, R. J., Brown, P. J., Cappellaro, E., Davis, S., Fraser, M., de Jaeger, T., Elias-Rosa, N., Gall, C., Gaudi, B. S., Herczeg, G. J., Hestenes, J., Holoien, T. W. - S., Hosseinzadeh, G., Hsiao, E. Y., Hu, S. - M., Jaejin, S., Jeffers, B., Koff, R. A., Kumar, S., Kurtenkov, A., Lau, M. W., Prentice, S., Reynolds, T., Rudy, R. J., Shahbandeh, M., Somero, A., Stassun, K. G., Thompson, T. A., Valenti, S., Woo, J. - H., and Yunus, S., Gaia17biu/SN 2017egm in NGC 3191: The closest hydrogen-poor superluminous supernova to date is in a ‘normal’ massive, metal-rich spiral galaxy, ApJ, 2018.
S. Bose, Dong, S., Pastorello, A., Filippenko, A.  V., Kochanek, C.  S., Mauerhan, J., Romero-Cañizales, C., Brink, T.  G., Chen, P., Prieto, J.  L., Post, R., Ashall, C., Grupe, D., Tomasella, L., Benetti, S., Shappee, B.  J., Stanek, K.  Z., Cai, Z., Falco, E., Lundqvist, P., Mattila, S., Mutel, R., Ochner, P., Pooley, D., Stritzinger, M.  D., ,, Zheng, W., Beswick, R.  J., Brown, P.  J., Cappellaro, E., Davis, S., Fraser, M., de Jaeger, T., Elias-Rosa, N., Gall, C., Gaudi, B.  S., Herczeg, G.  J., Hestenes, J., Holoien, T.  W. - S., Hosseinzadeh, G., Hsiao, E.  Y., Hu, S., Jaejin, S., Jeffers, B., Koff, R.  A., Kumar, S., Kurtenkov, A., Lau, M.  W., Prentice, S., Reynolds, T., Rudy, R.  J., Shahbandeh, M., Somero, A., Stassun, K.  G., Thompson, T.  A., Valenti, S., Woo, J. - H., and Yunus, S., Gaia17biu/SN 2017egm in NGC 3191: The Closest Hydrogen-poor Superluminous Supernova to Date Is in a łdquo}Normal,\rdquo Massive, Metal-rich Spiral Galaxy, apj, vol. 853, p. 57, 2018.
2016
S. Dong, Shappee, B.  J., Prieto, J.  L., Jha, S.  W., Stanek, K.  Z., Holoien, T.  W. - S., Kochanek, C.  S., Thompson, T.  A., Morrell, N., Thompson, I.  B., Basu, U., Beacom, J.  F., Bersier, D., Brimacombe, J., Brown, J.  S., Bufano, F., Chen, P., Conseil, E., Danilet, A.  B., Falco, E., Grupe, D., Kiyota, S., Masi, G., Nicholls, B., F. E., O., Pignata, G., Pojmanski, G., Simonian, G.  V., Szczygiel, D.  M., and Woźniak, P.  R., ASASSN-15lh: A highly super-luminous supernova, Science, vol. 351, pp. 257-260, 2016.
T.  W. - S. Holoien, Kochanek, C.  S., Prieto, J.  L., Grupe, D., Chen, P., Godoy-Rivera, D., Stanek, K.  Z., Shappee, B.  J., Dong, S., Brown, J.  S., Basu, U., Beacom, J.  F., Bersier, D., Brimacombe, J., Carlson, E.  K., Falco, E., Johnston, E., Madore, B.  F., Pojmanski, G., and Seibert, M., ASASSN-15oi: a rapidly evolving, luminous tidal disruption event at 216 Mpc, mnras, vol. 463, pp. 3813-3828, 2016.
T.  W. - S. Holoien, Kochanek, C.  S., Prieto, J.  L., Stanek, K.  Z., Dong, S., Shappee, B.  J., Grupe, D., Brown, J.  S., Basu, U., Beacom, J.  F., Bersier, D., Brimacombe, J., Danilet, A.  B., Falco, E., Guo, Z., Jose, J., Herczeg, G.  J., Long, F., Pojmanski, G., Simonian, G.  V., Szczygieł, D.  M., Thompson, T.  A., Thorstensen, J.  R., Wagner, R.  M., and Woźniak, P.  R., Six months of multiwavelength follow-up of the tidal disruption candidate ASASSN-14li and implied TDE rates from ASAS-SN, mnras, vol. 455, pp. 2918-2935, 2016.
B.  J. Shappee, Piro, A.  L., Holoien, T.  W. - S., Prieto, J.  L., Contreras, C., Itagaki, K., Burns, C.  R., Kochanek, C.  S., Stanek, K.  Z., Alper, E., Basu, U., Beacom, J.  F., Bersier, D., Brimacombe, J., Conseil, E., Danilet, A.  B., Dong, S., Falco, E., Grupe, D., Hsiao, E.  Y., Kiyota, S., Morrell, N., Nicolas, J., Phillips, M.  M., Pojmanski, G., Simonian, G., Stritzinger, M., Szczygieł, D.  M., Taddia, F., Thompson, T.  A., Thorstensen, J., Wagner, M.  R., and Woźniak, P.  R., The Young and Bright Type Ia Supernova ASASSN-14lp: Discovery, Early-time Observations, First-light Time, Distance to NGC 4666, and Progenitor Constraints, apj, vol. 826, p. 144, 2016.