Herschel Detects a Massive Dust Reservoir in Supernova 1987A

Record Type
Journal Articles
Full Title
Herschel Detects a Massive Dust Reservoir in Supernova 1987A
Author(s)
Matsuura M, Dwek E, Meixner M, Otsuka M, Babler B, Barlow M, Roman-Duval J, Engelbracht C, Sandstrom K, Lakicevic M, van Loon J, Sonneborn G, Clayton G, Long K, Lundqvist P, Nozawa T, Gordon K, Hony S, Panuzzo P, Okumura K, Misselt K, Montiel E, Sauvage M
Publication Title
SCIENCE
Publication Title (abbreviated)
SCIENCE
Publication Date
2011 Sep 2
DOI
10.1126/science.1205983
ISSN
0036-8075
Volume
333
Issue
6047
Page Count
4
First Page
1258
Last Page
1261
Keyword(s)
Science & Technology - Other Topics, LARGE-MAGELLANIC-CLOUD, INNER CIRCUMSTELLAR RING, HUBBLE-SPACE-TELESCOPE, GALAXY EVOLUTION SAGE, SN 1987A, SPIRE INSTRUMENT, NEUTRINO BURST, SPITZER SURVEY, LINE EMISSION, MILKY-WAY
Citation
Matsuura M, Dwek E, Meixner M, Otsuka M, Babler B, Barlow M, Roman-Duval J, Engelbracht C, Sandstrom K, Lakicevic M, et al. Herschel Detects a Massive Dust Reservoir in Supernova 1987A. SCIENCE. 2011;333 (6047):1258-1261.
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