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TitleProgress Report on the Berkeley/Anglo-Australian Observatory High-redshift Supernova Search
Author(s)Goldhaber, G.; Perlmutter, S.; Pennypacker, C.; Marvin, H.; Muller, R. A.; Couch, W.; Boyle, B.
Publication DateNovember 1990
Report NumberLBL-30591
Unique IdentifierACC0424
Other NumbersCONF-9011198--3; Legacy ID: DE91012348; OSTI ID: 5838943
Research OrgLawrence Berkeley Laboratory [LBL], CA (USA) [Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL)]
Contract NoAC03-76SF00098
Sponsoring OrgDirector, Office of Energy Research, Office of High Energy and Nuclear Physics, Division of High Energy Physics, U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), Washington, DC (USA); National Science Foundation (NSF), Washington, DC (USA)
Other InformationSupernova Watch Workshop, Los Angeles, CA (USA), 26 Nov - 1 Dec 1990
Subject71 Classical And Quantum Mechanics, General Physics; Supernovae; Detection; Charge-Coupled Devices; Progress Report; Red Shift; Telescopes; Document Types; Eruptive Variable Stars; Semiconductor Devices; Stars; Variable
Related Web PagesSaul Perlmutter, Distant Supernovae, Dark Energy, and the Accelerating Expansion of the Universe
AbstractThere are two main efforts related to supernovae in progress at Berkeley. The first is an automated supernova search for nearby supernovae, which was already discussed by Carl Pennypacker at this conference. The second is a search for distant supernovae, in the z = 0.3 to 0.5 region, aimed at measuring {Omega}. It is the latter that I want to discuss in this paper.
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