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  • Hsiao et al. (2020) "Carnegie Supernova Project II: The slowest rising Type Ia supernova LSQ14fmg and clues to the origin of super-Chandrasekhar/03fg-like events", Accepted for publication in ApJ. [ADS, arXiv, ApJ]
  • Uddin et al. (2020) "The Carnegie Supernova Project-I: Correlation Between Type Ia Supernovae and Their Host Galaxies from Optical to Near-Infrared Bands", submitted to ApJ [ADS, arXiv, ApJ]
  • Burns et al. (2020) "SN 2013aa and SN 2017cbv: Two Sibling Type Ia Supernovae in the spiral galaxy NGC 5643", ApJ, 895, 2  [ADS, arXiv, ApJ]
  • Ashall et al. (2020) "Carnegie Supernova Project-II: A new method to photometrically identify sub-types of extreme Type Ia Supernovae", ApJL, 895, 1 [ADS, arXiv, ApJL]
  • Taddia et al. (2020) "The Carnegie Supernova Project II. The shock wave revealed through the fog: The strongly interacting Type IIn SN 2013L", Accepted for publication in A&A [ADS, arXiv, A&A]
  • Stritzinger et al. (2020) "The Carnegie Supernova Project II. Early observations and progenitor constraints of the Type Ib supernova LSQ13abf", A&A, 634A, 21S [ADS, arXiv, A&A]
  • Hsiao et al. (2019) "Carnegie Supernova Project-II: The Near-infrared Spectroscopy Program", PASP, 131, 014002 [ADSarXivPASP]
  • Phillips et al. (2019) "Carnegie Supernova Project-II: Extending the Near-infrared Hubble Diagram for Type Ia Supernovae to z ∼ 0.1", PASP, 131, 014001 [ADSarXivPASP]
  • Contreras et al. (2018) "SN 2012fr: Ultraviolet, Optical, and Near-infrared Light Curves of a Type Ia Supernova Observed within a Day of Explosion", ApJ., 859, 24C [ADS, arXiv, ApJ]
  • Burns et al. (2018) "The Carnegie Supernova Project I: Absolute Calibration and the Hubble Constant", ApJ, 869, 56B [ADS,ApJarXiv]
  • Stritzinger et al. (2018) "The Carnegie Supernova Project I: photometry data release of low-redshift stripped-envelope supernovae", A&A, 609A, 134S [ADSarXivA&A]
  • Taddia et al. (2018) "The Carnegie Supernova Project I: analysis of stripped-envelope supernova light curves", A&A, 609A, 136T [ADSA&A,  arXiv]
  • Stritzinger et al. (2018) "The Carnegie Supernova Project I: methods to estimate host-galaxy reddening of stripped-envelope supernovae", A&A, 609A, 135S [ADSA&AarXiv]
  • Gall et al. (2018) "Two transitional type~Ia supernovae located in the Fornax cluster member NGC 1404: SN 2007on and SN 2011iv" [ADSA&AarXiv]
  • Krisciunas et al. (2017) "The Carnegie Supernova Project. I. Third Photometry Data Release of Low-redshift Type Ia Supernovae and Other White Dwarf Explosions". [ADSAJarXiv]
  • Hoeflich et al. (2017) "Light and Color Curve Properties of Type Ia Supernovae: Theory Versus Observations", ApJ 846 58 [ADSApJarXiv]
  • Hsiao et al. (2015) "Strong near-infrared carbon in the Type Ia supernova iPTF13ebh", A&A, 578, 9H. [ADSA&AarXiv]
  • Burns et al. (2014) "The Carnegie Supernova Project: Intrinsic Colors of Type Ia Supernovae", ApJ, . [ADSApJarXiv]
  • Stritzinger et al. (2014) "Optical and near-IR observations of the faint and fast 2008ha-like supernova 2010ae", A&A 561, A146. [ADS, A&A, arXiv]
  • Taddia, F. et al. (2013) "Carnegie Supernova Project: Observations of Type IIn Supernovae", A&A, 555, A10 [ADSA&AarXiv]
  • Phillips et al. (2013) "On the Source of the Dust Extinction in Type Ia Supernovae and the Discovery of Anomalously Strong Na I Absorption",  ApJ, 779, 38P [ADSApJarXiv]
  • Folatelli et al. (2013) "Spectroscopy of Type Ia Supernovae by the Carnegie Supernova Project", ApJ, 773:53. [ADSApJarXiv]
  • Hsiao et al. (2013) "The Earliest Near-infrared Time-Series Spectroscopy of a Type Ia Supernova", ApJ, 766:42.  [ADSApJarXiv]
  • Taddia, F. et al. (2012) "SN2008J: Early Time Observations of Heavily-Reddened SN2002ic-like Transient", A&A, 545, L7 [ADSA&AarXiv]
  • Phillips, M. M. (2012) "Near-Infrared Properties of Type Ia Supernovae", PASA, 29, 434 [ADSPASAarXiv]
  • Mosher, J. et al. (2012) "A Precision Photometric Comparison between SDSS-II and CSP Type Ia Supernova Data", AJ, 144, 17 [ADSAJarXiv]
  • Taddia, F. et al. (2012)  "The Type II Supernovae 2006V and 2006au: Two SN 1987A-like Events", A&A, 537, 140 [ADSA&AarXiv]
  • Kattner, S. et al. (2012) "The Standardizability of Type Ia Supernovae in the Near-Infrared: Evidence for a Peak-Luminosity Versus Decline-Rate Relation in the Near-Infrared", PASP, 124, 114. [ADSPASParXiv]
  • Folatelli et al. (2012) "Unburned Material in the Ejecta of Type Ia Supernovae", ApJ 745:74.  [ADSApJarXiv]
  • Stritzinger et al. (2011) "The Carnegie Supernova Project:  Second Photometry Data Release of Low-Redshift Type Ia Supernovae", AJ, 142:156S. [ADS,AJarXiv]
  • Burns et al. (2011) "The Carnegie Supernova Project:  Light Curve Fitting with SNooPy", AJ, 141:19B.  [ADS,AJ,arXiv]
  • Stritzinger et al. (2010) "The Distance to NGC 1316 (Fornax A) From Observations of Four Type Ia Supernovae", AJ, 140:2036S [ADSAJarXiv]
  • Folatelli et al. (2010) "The Carnegie Supernova Project:  Analysis of the First Sample of Low-Redshift Type-Ia Supernovae", AJ 139:120 [ADS,AJ,arXiv]
  • Contreras et al. (2010) "The Carnegie Supernova Project: First Photometry Data Release of Low-Redshift Type Ia Supernovae", AJ 139:519  [ADS,AJ,arXiv]
  • Freedman et al. (2009) "The Carnegie Supernova Project:  First Near-Infrared Hubble Diagram to
    z~0.7", ApJ 704:1036 [ADSApJarXiv]
  • Stritzinger et al. (2009) "The He-Rich Core-collapse Supernova 2007Y:  Observations from X-ray to Radio Wavelengths", ApJ 696:713 [ADSApJarXiv]
  • Phillips, M.M. (2009) "Distances from Type Ia Supernovae", AIP Conference Proceedings, 1111, 557 [ADS]
  • Schweizer et al. (2008) "A New Distance to the Antennae Galaxies (NGC 4038/39) Based on the Type Ia Supernova SN2007sr", AJ 136:1482 [ADS,AJ,arXiv]
  • Phillips et al. (2007) "The Peculiar SN 2005hk:  Do Some Type Ia Supernovae Explode as Deflagrations?", PASP, 119:360 [ADS,PASP,arXiv]
  • Folatelli et al. (2006) "SN 2005bf:  A Possible Transition Event between TypeIb/c Supernovae and Gamma-Ray Bursts", ApJ, 641:1039  [ADS,ApJ,arXiv]
  • Hamuy et al. (2006) "The Carnegie Supernova Project:  The Low-Redshift Survey", PASP, 118:2  [ADS,PASP,arXiv]