O. B. Tarasov et al. [1]

Figure 1: Researchers at the National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory produced $126$ isotopes (dark yellow and orange squares) by fragmenting selenium nuclei in different types of metal targets. Four of the isotopes (outlined in red) were detected for the first time. The blue line indicates the neutron dripline predicted by the so-called Koura-Tachibana-Uno-Yamada mass model.