|All-Sky Automated Survey for Supernovae: NEWS|
Chris Kochanek and Kris Stanek awarded the 2020 AAS Beatrice M. Tinsley Prize! (January 2020)
Chris Kochanek awarded 2020 Heineman Prize for Astrophysics! (January 2020)
OSU press release on a likely ``mass gap'' black hole paper (October 2019).
OSU and NASA press releases about our TDE ASASSN-19bt paper (September 2019).
Ohio State University press release about our ASASSN-18tb paper (July 2019).
A big milestone for ASAS-SN: 1,000 supernovae discovered! (June 2019)
Our discoveries, ASASSN-14li and ASASSN-18ey, are in the news (January 2019).
Extreme heartbeat star characterized using ASAS-SN and TESS (January 2019).
Our Kepler-field supernova ASASSN-18bt is in the news! (November 2018).
New ASAS-SN telescope, named Tian Shan, has been deployed in China! (November 2018).
Our ASAS-SN Sky Patrol now serves both V-band and g-band light curves (September 2018).
We have added 300,000+ light curves to ASAS-SN Variable Stars Database (September 2018).
With 150 bright SNe discovered in 2018 so far, we are doubling our SN discovery rate (June 2018).
ASAS-SN was awarded a grant from OSU Women & Philanthropy to support our research (May 2018).
ASASSN-18fv: Very bright and mysterious transient near the Carina Nebula (March 2018).
ASASSN-18ey: Exciting Galactic Transient Discovered by ASAS-SN (March 2018).
ASASSN-18bt: Bright Supernova Discovered in the Kepler Field! (February 2018).
ASAS-SN Variable Stars Database is now public (57,000+ bright variables, more coming) (January 2018).
Yet another new telescope, Cecilia Payne-Gaposchkin, now deployed in South Africa! (November 2017).
Another new ASAS-SN telescope, Henrietta Leavitt, now deployed in Texas! (September 2017).
A new ASAS-SN telescope, Bohdan Paczyński, was deployed in Chile! (September 2017).
Comet ASASSN, our first comet discovery! (July 2017).
ASASSN-17ie, our 500th SN! (June 2017).
All-sky, real-time ASAS-SN Sky Patrol is now public! (June 2017).
ASAS-SN is supported by a 5-year grant from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation! (January 2017).
Press materials for ASASSN-15lh, the most powerful supernova ever discovered! (January 2016).
It was raining supernovae: dramatic finish to a great year! (December 2015).
See NASA and Chandra press releases on our TDE ASASSN-14li (October 2015).
ASAS-SN results presented at the AAS press conference (January 2015).
See our TDE ASASSN-14ae press release (October 2014).
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