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2015 July 27

Tom's poster at the 2015 DOE CSGF Annual Program Review

Tom Holoien, OSU Astronomy graduate student working on ASAS-SN who is a DOE Computational Science Graduate Fellow, is presenting this ASAS-SN poster at the 2015 DOE CSGF Annual Program Review (Monday, July 27, 2015 to Thursday, July 30, 2015). You can see an overview of our project there, and also some of our newest results.

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See previous APOWs:

Tom and Ben: "Coffee Briefs" for Two Recent ASAS-SN Papers

ASAS-SN ``Unpaid Professional Collaborators'': Joe Brimacombe

Where Do Type Ia Supernova Dwell?

Bright Supernova Discoveries Statistics (Again)

ASASSN-14lp: the Brightest Supernova Currently on the Sky

ASASSN-14li: Possible Tidal Disruption Event in Progress

ASASSN-13co: Type-Defying Luminous Type II Supernova

Bright Supernova Discoveries Statistics

Bright Supernovae: ASAS-SN Contribution

Our Big Boom: ASASSN-14cl

First Light on the Small Magellanic Cloud from Chile

Congratulations to Tom and Jacob!

ASASSN-13dn: Spectra from a New Instrument

ASASSN-14ae, A Very Luminous Transient

Our Latest Paper, in Video Form

Host Galaxies of ASAS-SN Supernovae

Back in Real-Time Discovery Business!

We Have a Logo!

Active (Some Less, Some More) Galactic Nuclei with ASAS-SN

Brutus is EXPANDING!

Swift Ultraviolet and Optical Follow-Up of ASASSN-13dl, Our Latest Supernova

Dramatic AGN Outburst in NGC 2617

M81 and Friends

Two ASAS-SN Views of Orion Nebula

AAVSO Observations of Cataclysmic Variable ASASSN-13ck

Two ASAS-SN Supernovae in One Day!

It is Good to be Lucky!

Extreme M-dwarf Flare Observed by ASAS-SN;

Neptune Discovered!

Multiband photometric follow-up of ASASSN-13aw (SN 2013dr);

"Assassin" Unit 1: Brutus;

How ASAS-SN Discovers Supernovae: Case of Supernova ASASSN-13bb;

NGC 2617: Dramatic Seyfert Type Change;

ASASSN-13/SN 2013da: Our First Supernova Three Weeks Later;

M31 and Companions;

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