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  • Anupama, G. C; Prabhu, T. P (Indian Academy of Sciences, 1989-09)
    Results are reported from visual spectroscopy of the recurrent nova RS Oph, obtained with a Cassegrain spectrograph on the 102-cm reflector at Vainu Bappu Observatory in February-May 1985 (days 32-108 postoutburst). The ...
  • Anupama, G. C; Dewangan, G. C (The American Astronomical Society, 2000-03)
    The optical spectra of the recurrent nova U Sco obtained in five epochs 0.45-42.35 days after the 1999 outburst maximum are presented here. For the first time, an outburst spectrum of U Sco has been obtained as early as ...
  • Anupama, G. C (Astronomical Society of India, 2003)
  • Anupama, G. C; Kamath, U. S; Ramaprakash, A. N; Kantharia, N. G; Hegde, M; Mohan, V; Kulkarni, M; Bode, M. F; Eyres, S. P. S; Evans, A; O Brien, T. J (EDP Sciences, 2013-11)
    Aims. We study the evolution of the recurrent nova U Scorpii during its outburst in 2010. Methods. Optical spectroscopic observations of the nova were obtained during 0.83–162.5 days after outburst maximum. Optical ...
  • Dewangan, G. C; Singh, K. P; Mayya, Y. D; Anupama, G. C (The Royal Astronomical Society, 2000-10)
    We report the discovery of an active nucleus in a post-starburst galaxy, KUG 1259+280, based on its X-ray and optical characteristics. The X-ray source in KUG 1259+280 was detected during a search for ultrasoft sources in ...
  • Ramya, M. Anche; Sen, A; Anupama, G. C; Sankarasubramanian, K; Skidmore, W (SPIE-The International Society for Optical Engineering, 2018-01)
    An analytical model has been developed to estimate the polarization effects, such as instrumental polarization (IP), crosstalk (CT), and depolarization, due to the optics of the Thirty Meter Telescope. These are estimated ...
  • Singh, A; Srivastav, S; Brajesh Kumar; Anupama, G. C; Sahu, D. K (Oxford University Press on behalf of the Royal Astronomical Society, 2018-10)
    Optical broadband (UBVRI) photometric and low-resolution spectroscopic observations of the Type II-P supernova (SN) ASASSN-14dq are presented. ASASSN-14dq exploded in a low-luminosity/metallicity host galaxy UGC 11860, the ...
  • Brajesh Kumar; Singh, A; Srivastav, S; Sahu, D. K; Anupama, G. C (Oxford University Press on behalf of the Royal Astronomical Society, 2018-01)
    We present results based on a well-sampled optical ( UBVRI ) and ultraviolet ( Swift /UVOT) imaging, and low-resolution optical spectroscopic follow-up observations of the nearby Type Ic supernova (SN) ASASSN-16fp ...
  • Sharma, T. K; Parihar, P. S; Banyal, R. K; Ahmad Dar, Ajaz; Kemkar, P. M. M; Stanzin, U; Anupama, G. C (Oxford University Press on behalf of the Royal Astronomical Society, 2017-08)
    We have developed a simple and portable device that makes precise and automated measurements of night sky extinction. Our instrument uses a commercially available telephoto lens for light collection, which is retrofitted ...
  • Henze, M; Darnley, M. J; Williams, S. C; Kato, M; Hachisu, I; Anupama, G. C; Arai, A; Boyd, D; Burke, D; Ciardullo, R; Chinetti, K; Cook, L. M; Cook, M. J; Erdman, P; Gao, X; Harris, B; Hartmann, D. H; Hornoch, K; Chuck Horst, J; Hounsel, R; Husar, D; Itagaki, K; Kabashima, F; Kafka, S; Kaur, A; Kiyota, S; Kojiguchi, N; Kučáková, H; Kuramoto, K; Maehara, H; Mantero, A; Masci, F. J; Matsumoto, K; Naito, H; Ness, J. U; Nishiyama, K; Oksanen, A; Osborne, J. P; Page, K. L; Paunzen, E; Pavana, M; Pickard, R; Prieto-Arranz, J; Rodríguez-Gil, P; Sala, G; Sano, Y; Shafter, A. W; Sugiura, Y; Tan, H; Tordai, T; Vraštil, J; Wagner, R. M; Watanabe, F; Williams, B. F; Bode, M. F; Bruno, A; Buchheim, B; Crawford, T; Goff, B; Hernanz, M; Igarashi, A. S; José, J; Motta, M; O’Brien, T. J; Oswalt, T; Poyner, G; Ribeiro, V. A. R. M; Sabo, R; Shara, M.M; Shears, J; Starkey, D; Starrfield, S; Woodward, C. E (IOP Publishing, 2018-04-10)
    which is the most promising candidate for the single-degenerate progenitor of a Type Ia supernova known to date. The previous three eruptions of M31N 2008-12a have displayed remarkably homogeneous multiwavelength properties: ...
  • Henze, M; Darnley, M. J; Williams, S. C; Kato, M M; Hachisu, I; Anupama, G. C; Arai, A; Boyd, D; Burke, D; Ciardullo, R; Chinetti, K; Cook, L. M; Cook, M. J; Erdman, P; Gao, X; Harris, B; Hartmann, D. H; Hornoch, K; Chuck Horst, J; Hounsel, R; Husar, D; Itagaki, K; Kabashima, F; Kafka, S; Kaur, A; Kiyota, S; Kojiguchi, N; Kucakova, H; Kuramoto, K; Maehara, H; Mantero, A; Masci, F. J; Matsumoto, K; Naito, H; Ness, J.-U; Nishiyama, K; Oksanen, A; Osborne, J. P; Page, K. L; Paunzen, E; Pavana, M; Pickard, R; Prieto-Arranz, J; Rodri­guez-Gil, P; Sala, G; Sano, Y; Shafter, A. W; Sugiura, Y; Tan, H; Tordai, T; Vrastil, J; 22 others (IOP Publishing, 2018-04-10)
    Since its discovery in 2008, the Andromeda galaxy nova M31N 2008-12a has been observed in eruption every single year. This unprecedented frequency indicates an extreme object, with a massive white dwarf and a high accretion ...
  • Sahu, D. K; Tanaka, M; Anupama, G. C; Gurugubelli, U. K; Nomoto, K (Institute of Physics, 2009-05)
    Photometric and spectral evolution of the Type Ic supernova SN 2007ru until around 210 days after maximum are presented. The spectra show broad spectral features due to very high expansion velocity, normally seen in ...
  • Sahu, D. K; Anupama, G. C; Chakradhari, N. K; Srivastav, S; Tanaka, M; Maeda, K; Nomoto, K (Oxford University Press on behalf of the Royal Astronomical Society, 2018-04)
    We present optical and ultraviolet photometry and low-resolution optical spectroscopy of the broad-line Type Ic supernova SN 2014ad in the galaxy PGC 37625 (Mrk 1309), covering the evolution of the supernova during −5 to ...
  • Anupama, G. C; Kembhavi, A. K; Prabhu, T. P; Singh, K. P; Bhat, P. N (European Southern Observatory, 1995-02)
    We present Cousins BVRI magnitudes for stars in the M 67 `dipper asterism' region, based on observations carried out at the prime focus of the 2.3 m Vainu Bappu Telescope of the Vainu Bappu Observatory, Kavalur. The ...
  • Anupama, G. C (Astronomical Society of India, 1996)
    The observational properties of the subclasses of the Cataclysmic Variables; classical and recurrent novae, dwarf novae, intermediate polars and the polars are described here. An interclass connection based on the properties ...
  • Parihar, P. S; Sharma, T. K; Surendran, A; Kemkar, P. M. M; Dadul; Stanzin, U; Anupama, G. C (IOP Publishing, 2015-04)
    Growing Indian astronomical community require access to large observing facility preferably located within the country. Site surveys carried out in the post indicates that the best sites for optical-NIR astronomy can better ...
  • Anupama, G. C (Astronomical Society of India, 2012)
    The evolution of the optical spectrum of a nova outburst is described. The classification schemes used to classify novae based on the outburst spectral features and their evolution are discussed.
  • Resmi, L; Misra, K; Johannesson, G; Castro-Tirado, A. J; Gorosabel, J; Jelınek, M; Bhattacharya, D; Kubanek, P; Anupama, G. C; Sota, A; Sahu, D. K; de Ugarte Postigo, A; Pandey, S. B; Sanchez-Ramırez, R; Bremer, M; Sagar, R (Wiley-Blackwell, 2012-11)
    The Swift era has posed a challenge to the standard blast-wave model of gamma-ray burst (GRB) afterglows. The key observational features expected within the model are rarely observed, such as the achromatic steepening ...
  • Kantharia, N. G; Anupama, G. C; Subramanian, P (Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, 2005)
    Radio observations of the nova remnant of GK Per around 1985 (epoch 1) have shown it to have a spectral index of -0.4 (S propto nu^alpha) at frequencies <1.4 GHz and a spectral index of -0.7 at frequencies >1.4 GHz (Seaquist ...
  • Castro-Tirado, A. J; Bremer, M; McBreen, S; Gorosabel, J; Guziy, S; Fakthullin, T. A; Sokolov, V. V; González Delgado, R. M; Bihain, G; Pandey, S. B; Jelínek, M; de Ugarte Postigo, A; Misra, K; Sagar, R; Bama, P; Kamble, A. P; Anupama, G. C; Licandro, J; Pérez-Ramírez, D; Bhattacharya, D; Aceituno, F. J; Neri, R (EDP Sciences, 2007-11)
    Aims.We present multiwavelength (X-ray/optical/near-infrared/millimetre) observations of GRB 051022 between 2.5 h and ~1.15 yr after the event. It is the most intense gamma-ray burst (~10-4 erg cm-2) detected by HETE-2, ...

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