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Strongly lensed supernovae, the past and the future : lecture at the University of Cambridge, 26. 6. 2024
Tanja Petrushevska, 2024, invited lecture at foreign university

Abstract: The searches and observations of supernovae (SNe) have been motivated by the fact that they are exceptionally useful for various astrophysical and cosmological applications. Most prominently, Type Ia SNe (SNe Ia) have been used as distance indicators showing that the expansion rate of the Universe is accelerating. The strong gravitational lensing effect provides another powerful tool and occurs when a foreground mass distribution is located along the line of sight to a background source. It can happen so that galaxies and galaxy clusters can act as “gravitational telescopes”, boosting the faint signals from distant SNe and galaxies. Thanks to the magnification boost provided by the gravitational telescope, we are able to probe galaxies and SNe that otherwise would be undetectable. Therefore, the combination of the two tools, SNe and strong lensing, in the single phenomenon of strongly lensed SNe, provides a powerful simultaneous probe of several cosmological and astrophysical phenomena. By measuring the time delays of strongly lensed supernovae and having a high-quality strong lensing model of the galaxy cluster, it is possible to measure the Hubble constant with competitive precision. In this talk, I will present some of the past and recent results that have been possible due to the observations of strongly lensed supernovae and anticipate what we can expect in the future from the upcoming telescope surveys, such as the Vera C. Rubin Observatory and Nancy G. Roman Space Telescope.
Keywords: supernova, strong lensing, Hubble constant
Published in RUNG: 26.06.2024; Views: 213; Downloads: 4
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Strongly lensed supernovae : the past and the future
Tanja Petrushevska, 2024, invited lecture at foreign university

Keywords: invited seminar, supernova, strong lensing, James Webb space telescope
Published in RUNG: 11.06.2024; Views: 354; Downloads: 2
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Hevreka (Supernove tipa 1a)
Tanja Petrushevska, Japelj Jure, radio or television broadcast, podcast, interview, press conference

Abstract: V vesolju tudi poka kot za stavo. Zvezde, ki večino življenja ne počnejo nič drugega kot spreminjajo vodik v helij, si včasih zaželijo pozornosti in eksplodirajo kot supernove. Zvezda kar naenkrat postana svetlejša od celotne galaksije, zato supernove vidimo tudi, ko eksplodirajo daleč, daleč stran. Astronomi vesoljski ognjemet seveda z veseljem opazujejo. Supernove namreč niso zgolj izjemno svetle, ampak igrajo pomembno vlogo pri številnih procesih v vesolju. Kozmične eksplozije so različnih tipov in okusov, verjetno najbolj slavne med njimi pa so supernove tipa 1a. Te nam je približala doktorica Tanja Petrushevska, docentka na Fakulteti za naravoslovje Univerze v Novi Gorici. Pred mikrofon jo je povabil dr. Jure Japelj.
Keywords: radio, intervju, supernova
Published in RUNG: 24.11.2023; Views: 786; Downloads: 2
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Potential of the Cherenkov Telescope Array for studying the young nearby supernova remnants
Dmitry A. Prokhorov, Saptashwa Bhattacharyya, Judit Pérez Romero, Samo Stanič, Veronika Vodeb, Serguei Vorobiov, Danilo Zavrtanik, Marko Zavrtanik, Miha Živec, 2023, published scientific conference contribution

Abstract: Modern imaging atmospheric Cherenkov telescopes have extensively observed young nearby su-pernova remnants (SNRs), with ages of about 1000 years or less, in the very-high-energy (VHE) gamma-ray band. These efforts resulted in the detection of VHE emission from three young SNRs – Cassiopeia A, Tycho, and SN 1006 – and provided significant evidence for emission from the more distant Kepler’s SNR. However, many questions on the production of VHE gamma rays in these remnants remain unanswered. Using detailed physical models for Tycho’s SNR based on the CR-hydro-NEI code and physically motivated models for the other young nearby remnants, we simulated observations with the Cherenkov Telescope Array (CTA) of these gamma-ray sources. We highlight properties of these remnants accessible for investigation with future CTA observa-tions and discuss which questions are expected to be answered.
Keywords: Cherenkov Telescope Array, CTA, supernova remnants, young nearby supernova
Published in RUNG: 26.09.2023; Views: 943; Downloads: 4
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Cluster-lensed supernovae with the Roman Space Telescope and Vera Rubin observatory
Mateusz Bronikowski, Tanja Petrushevska, Justin Pierel, 2022, published scientific conference contribution abstract

Abstract: I will present our current efforts to enable the use of strongly lensed supernovae behind galaxy clusters as powerful tools to tackle several open questions in astrophysics and cosmology. As a preparatory task, we are collecting all available gravitational telescopes into a database, and estimating the properties of all reported multiply-imaged galaxies behind clusters. We are building a tool that will enable accurate estimates of cluster-lensed supernova yields for a given survey. In addition, we are developing the methods to extract the cosmological parameters from cluster-lensed supernovae in the Rubin and Roman data.
Keywords: supernova, gravitational lensing, Vera Rubin Observatory, Roman Space telescope, LSST, Hubble constant
Published in RUNG: 09.11.2022; Views: 1346; Downloads: 5
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