Supernovae and Hypernovae

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Was looking for information on the aforementioned Super and hypernovae. Any resources wud be nice as well as anything you might just know about them !!

thanks in advance,
Pretty Emlay xxx
 

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Welcome to PF!

Google is your friend.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hypernova" [Broken]
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Well actually I'm a degree student looking for information, so although I am grateful of your offer of a wiki link, its not really enough. I'm looking for some academic work on the subject so I can write an essay. Finding books sucks, but any sort of decent online resource with credibility is good, as is any info you might have.

You really think im so retarded that I'm able to find a physics forum and register, but not able to do a wiki search?

Thanks for any more help,
Pretty Emlay xxx
 
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*bump*

Pretty Emlay xxx
 
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Well actually I'm a degree student looking for information, so although I am grateful of your offer of a wiki link, its not really enough. I'm looking for some academic work on the subject so I can write an essay. Finding books sucks, but any sort of decent online resource with credibility is good, as is any info you might have.
Well the wiki page has a lost of references at the bottom, perhaps that would be a good place to start.

Do you not have access to a library at university? It's a bit unfair to expect people to dig up online sources just because you're too lazy to look for books.

Just a note, based on what I've observed, you won't be able to use what we post here for you in an essay. You can use any resources we post, but you won't be allowed to reference peoples posts.

Regardless, without directly specifying your required level in the OP, no one was to know wiki was 'below' you.

I'll leave it to someone who has knowledge in this area to provide further sources.
You really think im so retarded that I'm able to find a physics forum and register, but not able to do a wiki search?
Don't take it personally, but there are a lot of people who manage to get here, register and ask a question and never consider a simple Google search.
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There's no need to bump posts - especially not this soon. Each new post acts as a bump so "bumping" it minutes after your last post is pointless.
 
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Okay, thanks for your help

With regards to the book, the library at university is limited, and as you know lots of the work there is outdated so its hard.

Wiki isn't below me, but its below the university ha ha :P

Thanks for the help in any event,
Pretty Emlay xxx
 
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I am not a degree student,yet but I will be very soon.

Of the types of supernovae I can recall is the common type II and elusive type Ia supernovae(linked to accretion induced collapse theory).

If you need any information on the mechanism of the above ones,let me know.

Sorry If my post came short of any help.
Regards,
ibysaiyan
 
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would love to know more on this, thanks for posting,

Pretty Emlay xxx
 

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