I have 310 refereed publications, with 19800+ citations and an h-index of 62 (ADS, 2023 Feb)

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  2. Type II supernovae from the Carnegie Supernova Project-I I. Bolometric light-curves of 74 SNe II using uBgVriYJH photometry
    Martinez, L., et al., A&A accepted [arXiv][ADS]
  3. Are Type Ia Supernovae in Restframe H Brighter in More Massive Galaxies?
    Ponder, K.A.; Wood-Vasey, W.M.; Weyant, A.; Barton, N.T.; Galbany, L., et al., ApJ accepted [arXiv][ADS]
  4. SN 2018agk: A Type Ia supernova with a smooth power-law rise in Kepler (K2)
    Wang, Q., et al., ApJ accepted [arXiv][ADS]
  5. Measuring an off-Center Detonation through Infrared Line Profiles: The peculiar Type Ia Supernova SN 2020qxp/ASASSN-20jq
    Hoeflich, P., et al. ApJ accepted [arXiv][ADS]
  6. Circumstellar Medium Constraints on the Environment of Two Nearby Type Ia Supernovae: SN 2017cbv and SN 2020nlb
    Sand, D. J., et al., ApJ accepted [arXiv][ADS]
  7. Alert Classification for the ALeRCE Broker System: The Real-time Stamp Classifier
    Carrasco-Davis, R., et al., AJ accepted [arXiv][ADS]
  8. Carnegie Supernova Project: The First Homogeneous Sample of 2003fg-like Type Ia Supernova.
    Ashall, C.; Lu, J.; Hsiao, E. Y.; Hoeflich, P.; Phillips, M.; Galbany, L., et al. ApJ accepted [arXiv][ADS]
  9. Transitional events in the spectrophotometric regime between stripped envelope and superluminous supernovae
    Prentice, S. J, et al., MNRAS 508:4342 [arXiv][ADS]
  10. Probing the Progenitors of SNe Ia using Circumstellar Material Interaction Signatures.
    Clark, P.; Maguire, K.; Bulla, M.; Galbany, L., et al., MNRAS 507:4367 [arXiv][ADS]
  11. SN2017jgh - A high-cadence complete shock cooling lightcurve of a SN IIb with the Kepler telescope
    Armstrong, P., et al., MNRAS 507:3125 [arXiv][ADS]
  12. Real-time discovery of AT2020xnd: A Fast, Luminous Ultraviolet Transient with minimal radioactive ejecta
    Perley, D. A., et al., MNRAS 508:5138 [arXiv][ADS]
  13. The effects of varying colour-luminosity relations on type Ia supernova science
    González-Gaitán, S.; de Jaeger, T.; Galbany, L, et al., MNRAS 508:4656 [arXiv][ADS]
  14. An Amusing Look at the Host of the Periodic Nuclear Transient ASASSN-14ko Reveals a Second AGN
    Tucker, M. A., et al., MNRAS 506:6014 [arXiv][ADS]
  15. SN 2019hcc: a Type II supernova displaying early O II lines
    Parrag, E., et al., MNRAS 506:4819 [arXiv][ADS]
  16. ASASSN-15hy: an under-luminous, red 03fg-like type Ia supernova.
    Lu, J.; Ashall, C.; Hsiao, E. Y.; Hoeflich, P.; Galbany, L., et al., ApJ 920:107 [arXiv][ADS]
  17. Intermediate-Luminosity Red Transients: Spectro-photometric Global Properties
    Cai, Y., et al., A&A 654:157 [arXiv][ADS]
  18. Rates and delay times of type Ia supernovae in the Dark Energy Survey
    Wiseman, P., et al., MNRAS 506 3330 [arXiv][ADS]
  19. SN 2020cpg: ePESSTO+ follow-up of an energetic stripped envelope supernova
    Medler, K., et al., MNRAS 506 1832 [arXiv][ADS]
  20. Understanding the Extreme Luminosity of DES14X2fna
    Grayling, M., et al., MNRAS 505 3950 [arXiv][ADS]
  21. The DES SN Program: Modelling selection efficiency and observed core CCSN contamination
    Vincenzi, M., et al., MNRAS 505 2819 [arXiv][ADS]
  22. [α/Fe] traced by H ii regions from the CALIFA survey: The connection between morphology and O/H patterns
    Sánchez, S. F., et al., A&A 652:L10 [arXiv][ADS]
  23. Detection of metallicity correlations in 100 nearby galaxies
    Li, Z., et al., MNRAS 504 5496 [arXiv][ADS]
  24. The double-peaked type Ic Supernova 2019cad: another SN 2005bf-like object
    Gutiérrez, C. P., et al., MNRAS 504 4907 [arXiv][ADS]
  25. Evolution of the chemical enrichment and the Mass-Metallicity relation in CALIFA galaxies
    Camps-Fariña, A., et al., MNRAS 504 3478 [arXiv][ADS]
  26. The Exotic Type Ic-BL SN 2018gep: Blurring the Line Between SNe and Fast Optical Transients
    Pritchard, T. A., et al., MNRAS 504 3478 [arXiv][ADS]
  27. The first Hubble diagram and cosmological constraints using superluminous supernovae
    Inserra, C., et al., MNRAS 504 2535 [arXiv][ADS]
  28. Strong, Early Near Infrared Carbon Absorption in the Transitional Type Ia SN 2015bp/SNHunt281
    Wyatt, S. D., et al., ApJ 914 57 [arXiv][ADS]
  29. J-PLUS: The Star Formation Main Sequence and Rate Density at d.75 Mpc
    Vilella-Rojo, G., et al., A&A 650 A68 [arXiv][ADS]
  30. Luminous Type II Short-Plateau SN 2006Y, 2006ai, 2016egz: A Transitional Class from Stripped Massive RSG
    Hiramatsu, D., et al., ApJ 913 55 [arXiv][ADS]
  31. Core-collapse supernova subtypes in luminous infrared galaxies
    Kankare, E., et al., A&A 649 A134 [arXiv][ADS]
  32. SN 2017gci: a nearby Type I Superluminous Supernova with a bumpy tail
    Fiore, A., et al., MNRAS 502 2120 [arXiv][ADS]
  33. The Effect of Environment on Type Ia Supernovae in the Dark Energy Survey Three-Year Cosmological Sample
    Kelsey, L., et al., MNRAS 501 4861 [arXiv][ADS]
  34. The delay time distribution of supernovae from integral-field spectroscopy of nearby galaxies.
    Castrillo, A.; Ascasibar, Y.; Galbany, L., et al., MNRAS 501 3122 [arXiv][ADS]
  35. SN 2013ai: a link between hydrogen rich and hydrogen poor core-collapse supernovae
    Davis, S., et al., ApJ 909 145 [arXiv][ADS]
  36. SN 2019muj - a well-observed Type Iax supernova that bridges the luminosity gap of the class.
    Barna, B., et al., MNRAS 501 1078 [arXiv][ADS]
  37. Constraints on the rate of supernovae lasting for more than a year from Subaru/Hyper Suprime-Cam.
    Moriya, T. J., et al., ApJ 908 249 [arXiv][ADS]
  38. NIR/optical observations of SNIc 2020oi and Ic-BL 2020bvc: CO, dust and high-velocity SN ejecta
    Rho, J., et al., ApJ 908 232 [arXiv][ADS]
  39. VESTIGE IX: A detail study of the ram pressure down to the scale of individual HII regions in IC 3476
    Boselli, A.,et al., A&A 646 A139 [arXiv][ADS]
  40. The early discovery of SN 2017ahn: signatures of persistent interaction in a fast declining Type II supernova.
    Tartaglia, L., et al., ApJ 907 52 [arXiv][ADS]
  41. MUSE Reveals Extended Circumnuclear Outflows in the Seyfert 1 NGC 7469
    Robleto-Orús, A. C., et al., ApJL 906 L6 [arXiv][ADS]
  42. Supernova 2018cuf: A Type IIP supernova with a slow fall from plateau.
    Dong, Y.; Valenti, S.; Bostroem, K. A.; Sand, D. J.; Andrews, J. E.; Galbany, L., et al., ApJ 906 56 [arXiv][ADS]


  1. A Template-based Approach to the Photometric Classification of SN 1991bg-like SNe in the SDSS-II Supernova Survey.
    Perrefort, D.; Zhang, Y.; Galbany, L., et al., ApJ 904 156 [arXiv][ADS]
  2. First Cosmology Results using SNe Ia from the Dark Energy Survey: Overview, Performance, and SN Spectroscopy.
    Smith, M., et al., AJ 160 267 [arXiv][ADS]
  3. Optical and Near-infrared Observations of the Nearby SN Ia 2017cbv.
    Wang, L., et al., ApJ 904 14 [arXiv][ADS]
  4. Active learning with RESSPECT: Resource allocation for extragalactic astronomical transients
    Kennamer, N., et al., IEEE-SSCI 2020 20266870 [arXiv][ADS]
  5. Observational constraints on the optical and NIR emission from the NS-BH binary merger candidate S190814bv.
    Ackley, K., et al., A&A 643 113 [arXiv][ADS]
  6. The stellar metallicity distribution function of galaxies in the CALIFA survey.
    Mejía-Narváez, A.; Sánchez, S. F.; Lacerda, E. A. D.; Carigi, L.; Galbany, L., et al., MNRAS 499 4838 [arXiv][ADS]
  7. An outflow powers the optical rise of the nearby, fast-evolving tidal disruption event AT2019qiz.
    Nicholl, M., et al., MNRAS 499 482 [arXiv][ADS]
  8. Direct Evidence of Two-component Ejecta in Supernova 2016gkg from Nebular Spectroscopy.
    Kuncarayakti, H., et al., ApJ 902 139 [arXiv][ADS]
  9. Carnegie Supernova Project: Classification of Type Ia Supernovae.
    Burrow, A., et al., ApJ 901 154 [arXiv][ADS]
  10. The Carnegie Supernova Project-I: Correlation between SNe Ia and Their Host Galaxies from Optical to NIR Bands.
    Uddin, S. A., et al., ApJ 901 143 [arXiv][ADS]
  11. SN 2018gjx reveals that some SNe Ibn are SNe IIb exploding in dense circumstellar material.
    Prentice, S. J., et al., MNRAS 499 1450 [arXiv][ADS]
  12. SN 2017ivv: two years of evolution of a transitional Type II supernova.
    Gutiérrez, C. P.; Pastorello, A.; Jerkstrand, A.; Galbany, L., et al., MNRAS 499 974 [arXiv][ADS]
  13. The tidal disruption event AT 2018hyz - I. Double-peaked emission lines and a flat Balmer decrement.
    Short, P., et al., MNRAS 498 4119 [arXiv][ADS]
  14. Carnegie Supernova Project II: The Slowest Rising Type Ia Supernova LSQ14fmg and Clues to the Origin of Super-Chandrasekhar/03fg-like Events.
    Hsiao, E. Y., et al., ApJ 900 140 [arXiv][ADS]
  15. The Carnegie Supernova Project II. Observations of SN2014ab revealing a 2010jl-like SN IIn with pre-existing dust.
    Moriya, T. J., et al., A&A 641 148 [arXiv][ADS]
  16. The host galaxies of 106 rapidly evolving transients discovered by the Dark Energy Survey.
    Wiseman, P.; Pursiainen, M.; Childress, M.; Swann, E.; Smith, M.; Galbany, L., et al., MNRAS 498 2575 [arXiv][ADS]
  17. SN 2019ehk: A Double-peaked Ca-rich Transient with Luminous X-Ray Emission and Shock-ionized Spectral Features.
    Jacobson-Galán, W. V., et al., ApJ 898 166 [arXiv][ADS]
  18. The Tidal Disruption Event AT 2018hyz II: Light-curve modelling of a partially disrupted star.
    Gomez, S., et al., MNRAS 497 1925 [arXiv][ADS]
  19. The low-luminosity Type II SN 2016aqf: a well-monitored spectral evolution of the Ni/Fe abundance ratio.
    Müller-Bravo, T. E., et al., MNRAS 497 361 [arXiv][ADS]
  20. The 16th Data Release of the Sloan Digital Sky Surveys: First Release from the APOGEE-2 Southern Survey and Full Release of eBOSS Spectra.
    Ahumada, R., et al., ApJS 249 3 [arXiv][ADS]
  21. The Carnegie Supernova Project II. Observations of the luminous red nova AT 2014ej.
    Stritzinger, M. D., et al., 
    A&A 639 104 [arXiv][ADS]
  22. The Carnegie Supernova Project II. Observations of the intermediate-luminosity red transient SNhunt120.
    Stritzinger, M. D., et al., A&A 639 103 [arXiv][ADS]
  23. A measurement of the Hubble constant from Type II supernovae.
    de Jaeger, T.; Stahl, B.; Zheng, W.; Filippenko, A.; Riess, A.; Galbany, L., et al., 
    MNRAS 496 3402 [arXiv][ADS]
  24. Supernova Siblings: Assessing the Consistency of Properties of SNe Ia that Share the Same Parent Galaxies.
    Scolnic, D., et al., 
    ApJ 896 13 [arXiv][ADS]
  25. SN 2013aa and SN 2017cbv: Two Sibling Type Ia Supernovae in the Spiral Galaxy NGC 5643.
    Burns, C., et al., 
    ApJ 895 118 [arXiv][ADS]
  26. DES16C3cje: A low-luminosity, long-lived supernova.
    Gutiérrez, C. P., et al., 
    MNRAS 496 95 [arXiv][ADS]
  27. OzDES multi-object fibre spectroscopy for the Dark Energy Survey: results and second data release.
    Lidman, C., et al., MNRAS 496 19 [arXiv][ADS]
  28. Studying Type II supernovae as cosmological standard candles using the Dark Energy Survey.
    de Jaeger, T.; Galbany, L., et al., MNRAS 495 1860 [arXiv][ADS]
  29. Supernova host galaxies in the dark energy survey: I. Deep coadds, photometry, and stellar masses.
    Wiseman, P., et al., MNRAS 495 4040 [arXiv][ADS]
  30. Studying the environment of AT 2018cow with MUSE.
    Lyman, J. D.; Galbany, L., et al., MNRAS 495 992 [arXiv][ADS]
  31. Carnegie Supernova Project-II: A New Method to Photometrically Identify Sub-types of Extreme Type Ia Supernovae.
    Ashall, C., et al., ApJL 895 3 [arXiv][ADS]
  32. Discovery and Rapid Follow-up Observations of the Unusual Type II SN 2018ivc in NGC 1068.
    Bostroem, K. A.; Valenti, S.; Sand, D. J.; Andrews, J. E.; Van Dyk, S. D.; Galbany, L., et al., ApJ 895 31 [arXiv][ADS]
  33. The mystery of photometric twins DES17X1boj and DES16E2bjy.
    Pursiainen, M., et al., MNRAS 494 5576 [arXiv][ADS]
  34. First cosmology results using SNe Ia from the Dark Energy Survey: the effect of host galaxy properties on SN luminosity.
    Smith, M., et al., MNRAS 494 4426 [arXiv][ADS]
  35. SN 2016gsd: an unusually luminous and linear Type II supernova with high velocities.
    Reynolds, T. M., et al., MNRAS 493 1761 [arXiv][ADS]
  36. The AMUSING++ Nearby Galaxy Compilation. I. Full Sample Characterization and Galactic-scale Outflow Selection.
    López-Cobá, C.; Sánchez, S. F.; Anderson, J. P.; Cruz-González, I.; Galbany, L., et al., AJ 159 167 [arXiv][ADS]
  37. Asteroids' Size Distribution and Colors from HITS.
    Peña, J., et al., AJ 159 148 [arXiv][ADS]
  38. H II regions in the CALIFA survey: I. catalogue presentation.
    Espinosa-Ponce, C.; Sánchez, S. F.; Morisset, C.; Barrera, J. K.; Galbany, L., et al., MNRAS 494 1622 [arXiv][ADS]
  39. Nebular Spectra of 111 Type Ia Supernovae Disfavor Single Degenerate Progenitors.
    Tucker, M. A., et al., MNRAS 493 1044 [arXiv][ADS]
  40. Arm-interarm O/H variations explored with MUSE: the role of spiral structure in the chemical enrichment of galaxies.
    Sánchez-Menguiano, L.; Sánchez, S. F.; Pérez, I.; Ruiz-Lara, T.; Galbany, L., et al., MNRAS 492 4149 [arXiv][ADS]
  41. Galaxies hosting an AGN: a view from the CALIFA survey.
    Lacerda, E. A. D., et al., MNRAS 492 3073 [arXiv][ADS]
  42. The rise and fall of an extraordinary Ca-rich transient. The discovery of ATLAS19dqr/SN 2019bkc.
    Prentice, S. J., et al., A&A 635 186 [arXiv][ADS]
  43. Initial Evaluation of SNEMO2 and SNEMO7 Standardization Derived From Current Light Curves of Type Ia Supernovae.
    Rose, B. M., et al., ApJ 890 60 [arXiv][ADS]
  44. Carnegie Supernova Project-II: Early observations and progenitor constraints of the Type Ib supernova LSQ13abf.
    Stritzinger, M. D., et al., A&A 634 21 [arXiv][ADS]
  45. J-PLUS: tools to identify planetary nebulae and symbiotic stars in the J-PLUS and S-PLUS surveys.
    Gutiérrez-Soto, L. A., et al., A&A 633 123 [arXiv][ADS]


  1. The 50-100 pc scale parent stellar populations of Type II supernovae and limitations of single star evolution models.
    Schady, P.; Eldridge, J. J.; Anderson, J.; Chen, T. -W.; Galbany, L., et al., MNRAS 490 4515 [arXiv][ADS]
  2. The Spectral Evolution of AT 2018dyb and the Presence of Metal Lines in Tidal Disruption Events.
    Leloudas, G., et al., ApJ 887 218 [arXiv][ADS]
  3. The CALIFA view on stellar angular momentum across the Hubble sequence.
    Falcón-Barroso, J., et al., A&A 632 A59 [arXiv][ADS]
  4. SN2018kzr: A Rapidly Declining Transient from the Destruction of a White Dwarf.
    McBrien, O. R., et al., ApJL 885 23 [arXiv][ADS]
  5. SN 2017gmr: An Energetic Type II-P Supernova with Asymmetries.
    Andrews, J. E., et al., ApJ 885 43 [arXiv][ADS]
  6. The Photometric LSST Astronomical Time-series Classification Challenge PLAsTiCC: Selection of a Performance Metric for Classification Probabilities Balancing Diverse Science Goals.
    Malz, A. I.; Hložek, R.; Allam, T., Jr.; Bahmanyar, A.; Biswas, R.; Dai, M.; Galbany, L., et al., AJ 158 171 [arXiv][ADS]
  7. SDSS-IV MaStar: A Large and Comprehensive Empirical Stellar Spectral Library—First Release.
    Yan, R., et al., ApJ 883 175 [arXiv][ADS]
  8. J-PLUS: Impact of bars on quenching timescales in nearby green valley disc galaxies.
    Nogueira-Cavalcante, J. P., et al., A&A 630 A88 [arXiv][ADS]
  9. Evidence for a Chandrasekhar-mass explosion in the Ca-strong 1991bg-like type Ia supernova 2016hnk.
    Galbany, L., et al., A&A 630 A76 [arXiv][ADS]
  10. Models and Simulations for the Photometric LSST Astronomical Time Series Classification Challenge (PLAsTiCC).
    Kessler, R., et al., PASP 131 094501 [arXiv][ADS]
  11. HSC16aayt: A Slowly Evolving Interacting Transient Rising for More than 100 Days.
    Moriya, T. J., et al., ApJ 882 70 [arXiv][ADS]
  12. The extraplanar type II supernova ASASSN-14jb in the nearby edge-on galaxy ESO 467-G051.
    Meza, N.; Prieto, J. L.; Clocchiatti, A.; Galbany, L., et al., A&A 629 A57 [arXiv][ADS]
  13. Superluminous supernovae from the Dark Energy Survey.
    Angus, C. R., et al., MNRAS 487 2215 [arXiv][ADS]
  14. ASASSN-15pz: Revealing Significant Photometric Diversity among 2009dc-like, Peculiar SNe Ia.
    Chen, P., et al., ApJ 880 35 [arXiv][ADS]
  15. Nature of the unusual transient AT 2018cow from HI observations of its host galaxy.
    Michałowski, M. J.; Kamphuis, P.; Hjorth, J.; Kann, D. A.; de Ugarte Postigo, A.; Galbany, L., et al., A&A 627 106 [arXiv][ADS]
  16. First cosmological results using Type Ia supernovae from the Dark Energy Survey: measurement of the Hubble constant.
    Macaulay, E., et al., MNRAS 486 2184 [arXiv][ADS]
  17. Signatures of Circumstellar Interaction in the Type IIL Supernova ASASSN-15oz.
    Azalee Bostroem, K., et al., MNRAS 485 5120 [arXiv][ADS]
  18. A Physical Basis for the H-band Blue-edge Velocity and Light-curve Shape Correlation in Context of SNe Ia Explosion Physics.
    Ashall, C., et al., ApJ 878 86 [arXiv][ADS]
  19. Cosmological Constraints from Multiple Probes in the Dark Energy Survey.
    Abbott, T. M. C., et al., PRL 122 171301 [arXiv][ADS]
  20. Investigating the properties of stripped-envelope supernovae; what are the implications for their progenitors?
    Prentice, S. J., et al., MNRAS 485 1559 [arXiv][ADS]
  21. Nebular Hα Limits for Fast Declining SNe Ia.
    Sand, D. J., et al., ApJL 877 4 [arXiv][ADS]
  22. The Type II-P Supernova 2017eaw: From Explosion to the Nebular Phase.
    Szalai, T., et al., ApJ 876 19 [arXiv][ADS]
  23. Uncertainties in gas kinematics arising from stellar continuum modeling in IFS data: NGC 2906 observed with VLT/MUSE.
    Bellocchi, E.; Ascasibar, Y.; Galbany, L., et al., A&A 625 A83 [arXiv][ADS]
  24. First release of high-redshift SLSNe from the Subaru HIgh-Z sUpernova CAmpaign (SHIZUCA). II. Spectroscopic properties.
    Curtin, C.; Cooke, Jeff; Moriya, T. J.; Bernard, S. R.; Galbany, L., et al., ApJS 241 17 [arXiv][ADS]
  25. First release of high-redshift SLSNe from the Subaru HIgh-Z sUpernova CAmpaign (SHIZUCA). I. Photometric properties.
    Moriya, T. J., et al., ApJS 241 16 [arXiv][ADS]
  26. Carnegie Supernova Project-II: Using Near-infrared Spectroscopy to Determine the Location of the Outer 56Ni in SNe Ia.
    Ashall, C., et al., ApJL 875 14 [arXiv][ADS]
  27. First Cosmology Results Using Type Ia Supernovae From the DES: Analysis, Systematic Uncertainties, and Validation.
    Brout, D., et al., ApJ 874 150 [arXiv][ADS]
  28. First Cosmology Results Using Type Ia Supernovae from the DES: Photometric Pipeline and Light-curve Data Release.
    Brout, D., et al., ApJ 874 106 [arXiv][ADS]
  29. The Fifteenth Data Release of the SDSS: First Release of MaNGA-derived Quantities, Data Visualization Tools, and Stellar Library.
    Aguado, D. S., et al., ApJS 240 23 [arXiv][ADS]
  30. First Cosmology Results using Type Ia Supernovae from the Dark Energy Survey: Constraints on Cosmological Parameters.
    Abbott, T. M. C., et al., ApJL 872 30 [arXiv][ADS]
  31. J-PLUS: The Javalambre Photometric Local Universe Survey.
    Cenarro, A. J., et al., A&A 622 176 [arXiv][ADS]
  32. J-PLUS: Morphological star/galaxy classification by PDF analysis.
    López-Sanjuan, C., et al., A&A 622 177 [arXiv][ADS]
  33. J-PLUS: measuring Hα emission line fluxes in the nearby universe.
    Logroño-García, R., et al., A&A 622 180 [arXiv][ADS]
  34. Carnegie Supernova Project-II: The Near-infrared Spectroscopy Program.
    Hsiao, E. Y., et al., PASP 131 014002 [arXiv][ADS]
  35. Carnegie Supernova Project-II: Extending the NIR Hubble Diagram for Type Ia Supernovae to z ∼ 0.1.
    Phillips, M. M., et al., PASP 131 014001 [arXiv][ADS]
  36. Systematic study of outflows in the Local Universe using CALIFA: I. Sample selection and main properties.
    López-Cobá, C., et al., MNRAS 482 4032 [arXiv][ADS]
  37. Spatial field reconstruction with INLA: Application to IFU galaxy data.
    González-Gaitán, S., et al., MNRAS 482 3880 [arXiv][ADS]
  38. Core-collapse supernovae ages and metallicities from emission-line diagnostics of nearby stellar populations.
    Xiao, L.; Galbany, L.; Eldridge, J. J.; Stanway, E. R., MNRAS 482 384 [arXiv][ADS]
  39. K2 Observations of SN 2018oh Reveal a Two-Component Rising Light Curve for a Type Ia Supernova.
    Dimitriadis, G., et al., ApJL 870 1 [arXiv][ADS]
  40. Phot. and spec. properties of SN Ia 2018oh with early excess emission from the Kepler 2 observations.
    Li, W., et al., ApJ 870 12 [arXiv][ADS]


  1. A Virgo Environmental Survey Tracing Ionised Gas Emission (VESTIGE) IV. A tail of Ionised Gas in Merger Remnant NGC4424. 
    Boselli, A., et al., A&A 620 A164 [arXiv][ADS]
  2. SN 2017ens: The metamorphosis of a bright broad-lined type Ic supernova to a type IIn. 
    Chen, T. -W, et al., ApJL 867 L31
  3. Unravelling the infrared transient VVV-WIT-06: the case for an origin in a classical nova. 
    Banerjee, D.P.K.; Hsiao, E. Y.; Diamond, T.; Galbany, L., et al., ApJ 867 99 [arXiv][ADS]
  4. A nearby superluminous supernova with a long pre-maximum ‘plateau’ and strong C II features. 
    Anderson, J. P., et al., A&A 629 A67 [arXiv][ADS]
  5. The High Cadence Transient Survey (HITS): Compilation and characterization of light-curve catalogs. 
    Martínez-Palomera, J., et al., ApJ 156 186 [arXiv][ADS]
  6. Relativistic supernova 2009bb exploded close to an atomic gas cloud. 
    Michałowski, M. J., et al., A&A 618 A104 [arXiv][ADS]
  7. Type II supernovae in low-luminosity host galaxies. 
    Gutiérrez, C. P., et al., MNRAS 479 3232 [arXiv][ADS]
  8. The delay of shock breakout due to circumstellar material evident in most type II supernovae. 
    Förster, F., et al., Nature Astronomy 2 808 [arXiv][ADS]
  9. Serendipitous discovery of a strong-lensed galaxy in integral field spectroscopy from MUSE. 
    Galbany, L., et al., MNRAS 479 262 [arXiv][ADS]
  10. The SELGIFS data challenge: generating synthetic observations of CALIFA galaxies from hydrodynamical simulations
    Guidi, G.; Casado, J.; Ascasibar, Y.; García-Benito, R.; Galbany, L., et al., MNRAS 479 917 [arXiv][ADS]
  11. Thermonuclear supernovae and cosmology.
    Domínguez, I.; Galbany, L.2018; EPJ 133 323 [ADS]
  12. No Surviving Companion in Kepler's Supernova.
    Ruiz-Lapuente, P.; Damiani, F.; Bedin, L.; González Hernández, J. I.; Galbany, L., et al., ApJ 862 124 [arXiv][ADS]
  13. SN 2016esw: a luminous Type II supernova observed within the first day after the explosion.
    de Jaeger, T.; Galbany, L., et al., MNRAS 478 3776 [arXiv][ADS]
  14. Using late-time optical and near-infrared spectra to constrain Type Ia supernova explosion properties.
    Maguire, K., et al., MNRAS 477 3567 [arXiv][ADS]
  15. The lowest metallicity type II supernova originating from the highest mass red-supergiant progenitor.
    Anderson, J. P., et al., Nature Astronomy 2 574 [arXiv][ADS]
  16. The Data Release of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey-II Supernova Survey.
    Sako, M., et al., PASP 130 988 64002 [arXiv][ADS]
  17. The Type IIn Supernova SN 2010bt: The Explosion of a Star in Outburst.
    Elias-Rosa, N., et al., ApJ 860 68 [arXiv][ADS]
  18. Observed Type II supernova colours from the Carnegie Supernova Project-I.
    de Jaeger, T.; Anderson, J. P.; Galbany, L., et al., MNRAS 476 4592 [arXiv][ADS]
  19. Elemental gas-phase abundances of intermediate redshift type Ia supernova star-forming host galaxies.
    Moreno-Raya, M. E.; Galbany, L., et al., MNRAS 476 307 [arXiv][ADS]
  20. Constraints on core-collapse supernova progenitors from explosion site integral field spectroscopy.
    Kuncarayakti, H.; Anderson, J. P.; Galbany, L., et al., A&A 613 35 [arXiv][ADS]
  21. SNe 2013K and 2013am: observed and physical properties of two slow, normal Type IIP events.
    Tomasella, L., et al., MNRAS 475 1937 [arXiv][ADS]
  22. The Fourteenth Data Release of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey: First Spectroscopic Data from the extended Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey and from the second phase of the Apache Point Observatory Galactic Evolution Experiment.
    Abolfathi, B., et al., ApJS 235 42 [arXiv][ADS]
  23. PISCO: PMAS/PPak Integral field Supernova hosts COmpilation.
    Galbany, L., et al., ApJ 855 107 [arXiv][ADS]
  24. Discovery of distant RR Lyrae stars in the Milky Way using DECam.
    Medina. G. E., et al., ApJ 855 43 [arXiv][ADS]
  25. The High cadence Transient Survey - II. Asteroids.
    Peña, J., et al., AJ 155 135 [arXiv][ADS]
  26. SN 2017dio: a type-Ic supernova exploding in a hydrogen-rich circumstellar medium.
    Kuncarayakti, H., et al., ApJL 854 14 [arXiv][ADS]
  27. Studying the Ultraviolet Spectrum of the First Spectroscopically Confirmed Supernova at redshift two.
    Smith, M.; Sullivan, M.; Nichol, R. C.; Galbany, L., et al., ApJ 854 37 [arXiv][ADS]
  28. The shape of O abundance profiles explored with MUSE: evidence for wide spread deviations from single gradients.
    Sánchez-Menguiano, L.; Sánchez, S. F.; Pérez, I.; Ruiz-Lara, T.; Galbany, L., et al., A&A 609 119 [arXiv][ADS]
  29. Morpho-kinematic properties of field S0 bulges in the CALIFA survey.
    Méndez-Abreu, J., et al., MNRAS 474 1307 [arXiv][ADS]
  30. The early detection and follow-up of the highly obscured Type II supernova 2016ija/DLT16am.
    Tartaglia, L., et al., ApJ 853 62 [arXiv][ADS]
  31. Investigating the diversity of SNe Iax: A MUSE and NOT spectroscopic study of their environments.
    Lyman, Joe D.; Taddia, Francesco; Stritzinger, Max D.; Galbany, L., et al., MNRAS 473 1359 [arXiv][ADS]


  1. SN 2016jhj at redshift 0.34: extending the SN II Hubble diagram using the standard candle method.
    de Jaeger, T.; Galbany, L., et al., MNRAS 472 4233 [arXiv][ADS]
  2. A kilonova as the electromagnetic counterpart to a gravitational-wave source.
    Smartt, S. J., et al., Nature 551 75 [arXiv][ADS]
  3. Serendipitous discovery of an optical emission line jet in NGC 232.
    López-Cobá, C.; Sánchez, S. F.; Cruz-González, I.; Binette, L.; Galbany, L., et al., ApJ 850 L17 [arXiv][ADS]
  4. Type II supernova spectral diversity II: spectroscopic and photometric correlations.
    Gutiérrez, C. P.; Anderson, J. P.; Hamuy, M.; González-Gaitán, S.; Galbany, L., et al., ApJ 850 90 [arXiv][ADS]
  5. Type II Supernova Spectral Diversity. I. Observations, Sample Characterization, and Spectral Line Evolution.
    Gutiérrez, C. P., et al., ApJ 850 89 [arXiv][ADS]
  6. DES15E2mlf: A Spectroscopically Confirmed Superluminous SN that Exploded 3.5 Gyr After the Big Bang.
    Pan, Y.-C.; Foley, R. J.; Smith, M.; Galbany, L., et al., MNRAS 470 4241 [arXiv][ADS]
  7. Multi-messenger Observations of a Binary Neutron Star Merger.
    Abbott, B. P.; et al., ApJ 848 L12 [arXiv][ADS]
  8. Towards a new classification of galaxies: principal component analysis of CALIFA circular velocity curves.
    Kalinova, V.; Colombo, D.; Rosolowsky, E.; Kannan, R.; Galbany, L., et al., MNRAS 469 2539 [arXiv][ADS]
  9. The mass-metallicity relation revisited with CALIFA.
    Sánchez, S. F., et al., MNRAS 469 2121 [arXiv][ADS]
  10. Serendipitous Discovery of RR Lyrae Stars in the Leo V Ultra-faint Galaxy.
    Medina, G. E., et al., ApJ 845 L10 [arXiv][ADS]
  11. Complexity in the light curves and spectra of slow-evolving superluminous supernovae.
    Inserra, C., et al., MNRAS 468 4642 [arXiv][ADS]
  12. Sloan Digital Sky Survey IV: Mapping the Milky Way, Nearby Galaxies, and the Distant Universe.
    Blanton, M. R.; et al., AJ 154 28 [arXiv][ADS]
  13. Observational hints of radial migration in disc galaxies from CALIFA.
    Ruiz-Lara, T., et al., A&A 604 A4 [arXiv][ADS]
  14. Arm and interarm abundance gradients in CALIFA spiral galaxies.
    Sánchez-Menguiano, L., et al., A&A 603 A113 [arXiv][ADS]
  15. Resolving the age bimodality of galaxy stellar populations on kpc scales.
    Zibetti, S.; Gallazzi, A. R.; Ascasibar, Y.; Charlot, S.; Galbany, L., et al., MNRAS 468 1902 [arXiv][ADS]
  16. Molecular gas at supernova local environments unveiled by EDGE.
    Galbany, L., et al., MNRAS 468 628 [arXiv][ADS]
  17. Star formation driven galactic winds in UGC 10043.
    López-Cobá, C., et al., MNRAS 467 4951 [arXiv][ADS]
  18. Hot gas around SN 1998bw. The progenitor inferred through its environment.
    Krühler, T.; Kuncarayakti, H.; Schady, P.; Anderson, J. P.; Galbany, L., et al., A&A 602 A85 [arXiv][ADS]
  19. The evolution of superluminous supernova LSQ14mo and its interacting host galaxy system.
    Chen, T.-W., et al., A&A 602 A9 [arXiv][ADS]
  20. Early observations of the nearby Type Ia supernova SN 2015F.
    Cartier, R., et al., MNRAS 464 4476 [arXiv][ADS]
  21. The Progenitor and Early Evolution of the Type IIb SN 2016gkg.
    Tartaglia, L., et al., ApJ 836 L12 [arXiv][ADS]
  22. A type II supernova Hubble diagram from the CSP, SDSS-II nd SNLS surveys.
    de Jeager, T., González-Gaitán, S.; Hamuy, M.; Galbany, L., et al., ApJ 835 166 [arXiv][ADS]
  23. Two-dimensional multi-component photometric decomposition of CALIFA galaxies.
    Méndez-Abreu, J., et al., A&A 598 A32 [arXiv][ADS]
  24. Stellar kinematics across the Hubble sequence in the CALIFA survey: general properties and aperture corrections.
    Falcón-Barroso, J., et al., A&A 597 A48 [arXiv][ADS]


  1. IMF shape constraints from stellar populations and dynamics from CALIFA.
    Lyubenova, M.; Martín-Navarro, I.; van de Ven, G.; Falcón-Barroso, J.; Galbany, L., et al., MNRAS 463 3220 [arXiv][ADS]
  2. The High Cadence Transient Survey (HITS). I. Survey Design and Supernova Shock Breakout Constraints. 
    Förster, F., et al., ApJ 832 155 [arXiv][ADS]
  3. Pan-STARRS and PESSTO search for an optical counterpart to the LIGO gravitational-wave source GW150914. 
    Smartt, S. J., et al., MNRAS 462 4094 [arXiv][ADS]
  4. Using the local gas-phase oxygen abundances to explore a metallicity-dependence in SNe Ia luminosities.
    Moreno-Raya, M. E.; López-Sánchez, Á. R.; Mollá, M.; Galbany, L., et al.,  MNRAS 462 1281 [arXiv][ADS]
  5. Evidence of ongoing radial migration in NGC 6754: Azimutal variations of the gas properties.
    Sánchez-Menguiano, L., et al., ApJ 830 L40 [arXiv][ADS]
  6. MUSE Reveals a Recent Merger in the Post-starburst Host Galaxy of the TDE ASASSN-14li.
    Prieto, J. L., Krühler, T.; Anderson, J. P.; Galbany, L., et al., ApJ 830 L32 [arXiv][ADS]
  7. The dependence of oxygen and nitrogen abundances on stellar mass from the CALIFA survey.
    Pérez-Montero, E., et al., A&A 595 A62 [arXiv][ADS]
  8. Photoionization models of the CALIFA H II regions. I. Hybrid models.
    Morisset, C.; Delgado-Inglada, G.; Sánchez, S. F.; Galbany, L., et al., A&A 594 A37 [arXiv][ADS]
  9. CALIFA, the Calar Alto Legacy Integral Field Area survey IV. Third Public data release.
    Sánchez, S. F., et al., A&A 594 A36 [arXiv][ADS]
  10. Unresolved versus resolved: calibrating young SSP models with VLT/MUSE observation of NGC 3603.
    Kuncarayakti, H.; Galbany, L., et al., A&A 593 A78 [arXiv][ADS]
  11. Supernova 2014J at M82 - II. Direct analysis of a middle-class Type Ia supernova.
    Vallely, P., Moreno-Raya, M. E.; Baron, E.; Ruiz-Lapuente, P.; Domínguez, I.; Galbany, L., et al., MNRAS 460 1614 [arXiv][ADS]
  12. First survey of Wolf-Rayet star populations over the full extension of nearby galaxies observed with CALIFA.
    Miralles-Caballero, D., et al., A&A 592 A105 [arXiv][ADS]
  13. Supplement: “Localization and Broadband Follow-up of the Gravitational-wave Transient GW150914” (2016, ApJL, 826, L13).
    Abbott, B. P., et al., ApJS 225 8 [arXiv][ADS]
  14. Localization and Broadband Follow-up of the Gravitational-wave Transient GW150914.
    Abbott, B. P., et al., ApJ 826 L13 [arXiv][ADS]
  15. Aperture Effects on the Oxygen Abundance Determinations from CALIFA Data.
    Iglesias-Páramo, J., et al., ApJ 826 71 [arXiv][ADS]
  16. SN 2015BN: A Detailed Multi-wavelength View of a Nearby Superluminous Supernova.
    Nicholl, M., et al., ApJ 826 39 [arXiv][ADS]
  17. Nearby supernova host galaxies from the CALIFA Survey: II. SN environmental metallicity.
    Galbany, L., et al., A&A 591 A48 [arXiv][ADS]
  18. Evolving into a remnant: optical spectroscopy of SN 1978K at thirty-six years.
    Kuncarayakti, H.,  Maeda, K.; Anderson, J. P.; Hamuy, M.; Nomoto, K.; Galbany, L., et al., MNRAS 458 2063 [arXiv][ADS]
  19. Star formation along the Hubble sequence. Radial structure of the star formation of CALIFA galaxies.
    González Delgado, R. M., et al., A&A 590 A44 [arXiv][ADS]
  20. Type II supernovae as probes of environment metallicity: observations of host H II regions.
    Anderson, J. P., Gutiérrez, C. P.; Dessart, L.; Hamuy, M.; Galbany, L., et al., A&A 589 A89 [arXiv][ADS]
  21. The type Iax supernova, SN 2015H. A white dwarf deflagration candidate.
    Magee, M. R., et al., A&A 589 A89 [arXiv][ADS]
  22. Pipe3D, a pipeline to analyze Integral Field Spectroscopy Data: II. Analysis sequence and CALIFA dataproducts.
    Sánchez, S. F., et al., RMxAA 52 171 [arXiv][ADS]
  23. Spatially Resolved Star Formation Main Sequence of Galaxies in the CALIFA Survey.
    Cano-Díaz, M., et al., ApJ 821 L26 [arXiv][ADS]
  24. Warm ionized gas in CALIFA early-type galaxies. 2D emission-line patterns and kinematics for 32 galaxies.
    Gomes, J. M., et al., A&A 588 A68 [arXiv][ADS]
  25. LSQ13fn: A type II-Plateau supernova with a possibly low metallicity progenitor that breaks the standardised candle relation.
    Polshaw, J., et al., A&A 588 A1 [arXiv][ADS]
  26. SN 2014J at M82: I. A middle-class type Ia supernova by all spectroscopic metrics.
    Galbany, L., et al., MNRAS 457 525 [arXiv][ADS]
  27. Shape of the oxygen abundance profiles in CALIFA face-on spiral galaxies.
    Sánchez-Menguiano, L., et al., A&A 587 A70 [arXiv][ADS]
  28. No direct coupling between bending of galaxy disc stellar age and light profiles.
    Ruiz-Lara, T., et al., MNRAS 456 L35 [arXiv][ADS]
  29. Supernova 2013fc in a circumnuclear ring of a luminous infrared galaxy: the big brother of SN 1998S.
    Kangas, T., et al., MNRAS 456 323 [arXiv][ADS]
  30. Characterising the environments of supernovae with MUSE.
    Galbany, L., et al., MNRAS 455 4087 [arXiv][ADS]
  31. On the dependence of the type Ia SNe luminosities on the metallicity of their host galaxies.
    Moreno-Raya, M. E.; Mollá, M.; López-Sánchez, Á. R.; Galbany, L.,et al., ApJ 818 L19 [arXiv][ADS]
  32. UBVRIz light curves of 51 type II supernovae.
    Galbany, L., et al., AJ 151 33 [arXiv][ADS]
  33. Spectroscopic aperture biases in inside-out evolving early-type galaxies from CALIFA.
    Gomes, J. M., et al., A&A 586 A22 [arXiv][ADS]
  34. Spiral-like star-forming patterns in CALIFA early-type galaxies.
    Gomes, J. M., et al., A&A 585 A92 [arXiv][ADS]
  35. Outer-disk reddening and gas-phase metallicities: The CALIFA connection.
    Marino, R. A., et al., A&A 585 A47 [arXiv][ADS]


  1. A Hubble diagram from type II supernovae based solely on photometry: The photometric-colour method.
    e Jaeger, T.; González-Gaitán, S.; Anderson, J. P.; Galbany, L., et al., ApJ 815 121 [arXiv][ADS]
  2. Star formation in the local Universe from the CALIFA sample. I. Calibrating the SFR using integral field spectroscopy data. 
    Catalán-Torrecilla, C., et al., MNRAS 452 3869 [arXiv][ADS]
  3. On the diversity of superluminous supernovae: ejected mass as the dominant factor. 
    Nicholl, M., et al., MNRAS 452 3869 [arXiv][ADS]
  4. The CALIFA survey across the Hubble sequence. Spatially resolved stellar population properties in galaxies. 
    González Delgado, R. M., et al., A&A 581 103 [arXiv][ADS]
  5. The rise-time of Type II supernovae. 
    González-Gaitán, S., Tominaga, N.; Molina, J.; Galbany, L., et al., MNRAS 451 2212 [arXiv][ADS]
  6. LSQ14bdq: A Type Ic Super-luminous Supernova with a Double-peaked Light Curve.
    Nicholl, M., et al.,
     ApJ 807 L18 [arXiv][ADS]
  7. Central star formation and metallicity in CALIFA interacting galaxies. 
    Barrera-Ballesteros, J. K., et al., A&A 579 A45 [arXiv][ADS]
  8. PESSTO: survey description and products from the 1st data release by the Public ESO Spectroscopic Survey of Transient Objects. 
    Smartt, S. J., et al., A&A 579 A40 [arXiv][ADS]
  9. Statistical studies of supernova environments. 
    Anderson, J. P., James, P. A.; Habergham, S. M.; Galbany, L.; Kuncarayakti, H., PASA 32 19 [arXiv][ADS]
  10. CALIFA, the Calar Alto Legacy Integral Field Area survey. III. Second public data release. 
    García-Benito, R., et al., A&A 576 A135 [arXiv][ADS]
  11. Early-time light curves of Type Ib/c supernovae from the SDSS-II Supernova Survey. 
    Taddia, F., Sollerman, J.; Leloudas, G.; Stritzinger, M. D.; Valenti, S.; Galbany, L., et al., A&A 574 A60 [arXiv][ADS]
  12. Imprints of galaxy evolution on H II regions. Memory of the past uncovered by the CALIFA survey. 
    Sánchez, S. F., et al., A&A 574 A47 [arXiv][ADS]
  13. Census of HII regions in NGC6754 derived with MUSE: Constraints on the metal mixing scale. 
    Sánchez, S. F., Galbany, L., et al., A&A 573 A105 [arXiv][ADS]


  1. Nearby SN host galaxies from the CALIFA Survey: I. Sample, data analysis, and correlation to SF regions.
    Galbany, L., et al., A&A 572 A38 [arXiv][ADS]
  2. Defining Photometric Peculiar Type Ia Supernovae. 
    González-Gaitán, S., et al., ApJ 795 142 [arXiv][ADS]
  3. The Core Collapse Supernova Rate from the SDSS-II Supernova Survey. 
    Taylor, M., Cinabro, D.; Dilday, B.; Galbany, L., et al., ApJ 792 135 [arXiv][ADS]
  4. CALIFA: a diameter-selected sample for an integral field spectroscopy galaxy survey. 
    Walcher, C. J., et al., A&A 569 A1 [arXiv][ADS]
  5. Insights on the Stellar Mass-Metallicity Relation from the CALIFA Survey. 
    González Delgado, R. M., et al., ApJ 791 L16 [arXiv][ADS]
  6. Improved cosmological constraints from a joint analysis of the SDSS-II and SNLS supernova samples. 
    Betoule, M., et al., A&A 568 A22 [arXiv][ADS]
  7. Hubble Space Telescope and Ground-based Observations of the Type Iax Supernovae SN 2005hk and SN 2008A. 
    McCully, C., et al., AJ 147 750 [arXiv][ADS]
  8. Host Galaxy Spectra and Consequences for Supernova Typing from the SDSS SN Survey. 
    Olmstead, M. D., et al., AJ 147 750 [arXiv][ADS]
  9. A characteristic oxygen abundance gradient in galaxy disks unveiled with CALIFA. 
    Sánchez, S. F., et al., A&A 563 A495 [arXiv][ADS]
  10. The Effect of Weak Lensing on Distance Estimates from Supernovae. 
    Smith, M., et al., ApJ 780 24 [arXiv][ADS]
  11. The effects of spatial resolution on integral field spectrograph surveys at different redshifts - The CALIFA perspective. 
    Mast, D., et al., A&A 561 A129 [arXiv][ADS]


  1. The O3N2 and N2 abundance indicators revisited: improved calibrations based on CALIFA and Te-based literature data.
    Marino, R. A., et al., A&A 559 A114 [arXiv][ADS]
  2. The nature of LINER galaxies:. Ubiquitous hot old stars and rare accreting black holes. 
    Singh, R.,e t al., A&A 558 A43 [arXiv][ADS]
  3. Properties of Type Ia supernovae inside rich galaxy clusters. 
    Xavier, H. S., Gupta, R.; Sako, M.; D'Andrea, C.; Frieman, J.; Galbany, L., et al., MNRAS 434 1443 [arXiv][ADS]
  4. Nebular emission and the Lyman continuum photon escape fraction in CALIFA early-type galaxies.
    Papaderos, P., et al., A&A 555 L1 [arXiv][ADS]
  5. Mass-metallicity relation explored with CALIFA. I. Is there a dependence on the star-formation rate?
    Sánchez, S. F., et al., A&A 554 A58 [arXiv][ADS]
  6. Aperture corrections for galaxy properties computed from the CALIFA survey. 
    Iglesias-Páramo, J., Vílchez, J. M.; Galbany, L., et al., A&A 553 L7 [arXiv][ADS]
  7. CALIFA, the Calar Alto Legacy Integral Field Area survey. II. First public data release. 
    Husemann, B., et al., A&A 549 A87 [arXiv][ADS]


  1. Type Ia Supernova properties as a function of the distance to host galaxy in the SDSS-II/SNe survey. 
    Galbany, L., et al., ApJ 755 125 [arXiv][ADS]


  1. The Subluminous Supernova 2007qd: A Missing Link in a Family of Low-Luminosity Type Ia Supernovae. 
    McClelland, C.; Garnavich, P.; Galbany, L., et al., ApJ 720 704 [arXiv][ADS]
  2. A Measurement of the Rate of Type Ia Supernovae in Galaxy Clusters from the SDSS-II Supernova Survey. 
    Dilday, B., et al., ApJ 715 1021 [arXiv][ADS]
  3. Measurements of the Rate of Type Ia Supernovae at z<0.3 from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey II Supernova Survey. 
    Dilday, B., et al., ApJ 713 1026 [arXiv][ADS]

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