Silicon carbide grains of type C provide evidence for the production of the unstable isotope 32Si in supernovae

M. Pignatari, E. Zinner, M. G. Bertolli, R. Trappitsch, P. Hoppe, T. Rauscher, C. Fryer, F. Herwig, R. Hirschi, Francis Timmes, F. K. Thielemann

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