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Supernovae Within 100 Mpc




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The historical supernovae record may indicate how many γ-ray events from white dwarf supernovae per year one may expect. Here is a paper on 56Ni and 57Ni γ-ray signals from supernova within 100 Mpc that combines the historical supernova record with instrument sensitivities.


Supernova Type Ia

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Type 1a SN per year
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How far away are they?
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Expected fluxes
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Type Ia detection rates


Supernova Type Ib/c

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Type 1b/c SN per year
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How far away are they?
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Expected fluxes
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Type Ib/c detection rates


Supernova Type II

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Type II SN per year
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How far away are they?
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Expected fluxes
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Type II detection rates