Discovery of an Intermediate-luminosity Red Transient in M51 and Its Likely Dust-obscured, Infrared-variable Progenitor

Year2019
JournalThe Astrophysical Journal Letters
AuthorJencson, Jacob E., Adams, Scott M., Bond, Howard E., van Dyk, Schuyler D., Kasliwal, Mansi M., Bally, John, Blagorodnova, Nadejda, De, Kishalay, Fremling, Christoffer, Yao, Yuhan, Fruchter, Andrew, Rubin, David, Barbarino, Cristina, Sollerman, Jesper, Miller, Adam A., Hicks, Erin K. S., Malkan, Matthew A., Andreoni, Igor, Bellm, Eric C., Buchheim, Robert, Dekany, Richard, Feeney, Michael, Frederick, Sara, Gal-Yam, Avishay, Gehrz, Robert D., Giomi, Matteo, Graham, Matthew J., Green, Wayne, Hale, David, Hankins, Matthew J., Hanson, Mark, Helou, George, Ho, Anna Y. Q., Hung, T., Jurić, Mario, Kendurkar, Malhar R., Kulkarni, S. R., Lau, Ryan M., Masci, Frank J., Neill, James D., Quin, Kevin, Riddle, Reed L., Rusholme, Ben, Sims, Forrest, Smith, Nathan, Smith, Roger M., Soumagnac, Maayane T., Tachibana, Yutaro, Tinyanont, Samaporn, Walters, Richard, Watson, Stanley, Williams, Robert E.
Bibcode2019ApJ...880L..20J
TelescopeGN
InstrumentGMOS-N
PartnerUS
CountryUSA
Program IDGN-2018B-Q-132

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