In this podcast, we share two pairs of reports. In each pair, the topic is somewhat the same – reflected in the title. But to the astronomer’s way of thinking, the objects are enormously different. First, we look at a pair of “X-ray re-brightenings”, one of a B-type emission star, another of an accreting millisecond X-ray pulsar. And then we look at two spectroscopic classifications of supernovae — one of SN 2018aql as a yount type IIP supernova, the other of SN2018aqm as a type Ia Supernova.
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In this podcast:
- ATel #11517 X-ray rebrightening of the Be/X-ray transient Swift J0243.6+6124
- ATel #11520 X-ray rebrightening of the accreting millisecond X-ray pulsar IGR J17379-3747
- ATel #11525 Spectroscopic Classification of SN 2018aql as a young type IIP supernova
- ATel #11531 Spectroscopic Classification of SN 2018aqm as A Type Ia Supernova
From neutron stars, to black holes, to tidal disruption events, to gravitational wave sources, to neutrinos, to cosmic rays: Out There Now shares the latest, most eye-catching astronomy and astrophysics research results with you.