The Global Supernova Project (GSP) is a three year program to obtain lightcurves and spectra for 500 supernovae of all types. It is a Key Project at Las Cumbres Observatory, a global network of 21 robotic telescopes, placed around the globe, distributed in longitude and hemispheres so that it is always dark somewhere. Supplemental data is obtained at Keck, Gemini, Swift, and other facilities. Here we present some of the latest results relating to the progenitors of Type Ia and core-collapse supernovae.
American Astronomical Society Meeting Abstracts #233
- Pub Date:
- January 2019