GRB 020405 , the SIMBAD biblio

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2020ApJ...892..131S 20       D               1 12 ~ Polarization constraints on the geometry of the magnetic field in the external shock of gamma-ray bursts. STRINGER E. and LAZZATI D.
2020ApJ...895...64L 50           X         1 13 ~ Radio linear polarization of GRB afterglows: instrumental systematics in ALMA observations of GRB 171205A. LASKAR T., HULL C.L.H. and CORTES P.
2020ApJS..248...21H 20       D               1 390 ~ Revisiting the relationship between the long GRB rate and cosmic star formation history based on a large Swift sample. HAO J.-M., CAO L., LU Y.-J., et al.
2020MNRAS.492.1919M 20       D               1 320 ~ The Ep,i-Eiso correlation: type I gamma-ray bursts and the new classification method. MINAEV P.Y. and POZANENKO A.S.
2020MNRAS.493.1479L 20       D               1 243 ~ Resolving the excess of long GRB's at low redshift in the Swift era. LE T., RATKE C. and MEHTA V.
2019A&A...622A.138K 41 ~ Four GRB supernovae at redshifts between 0.4 and 0.8. The bursts GRB 071112C, 111228A, 120714B, and 130831A. KLOSE S., SCHMIDL S., KANN D.A., et al.
2019A&A...624A.143K 47           X         1 64 ~ Highly luminous supernovae associated with gamma-ray bursts. I. GRB 111209A/SN 2011kl in the context of stripped-envelope and superluminous supernovae. KANN D.A., SCHADY P., OLIVARES F.E., et al.
2019ApJ...876...77X 19       D               2 180 ~ Characteristics of long gamma-ray bursts in the comoving frame. XUE L., ZHANG F.-W. and ZHU S.-Y.
2019MNRAS.486L..46A 19       D               1 192 ~ Addressing the circularity problem in the Ep-Eiso correlation of gamma-ray bursts. AMATI L., D'AGOSTINO R., LUONGO O., et al.
2018A&A...609A.112G viz 18       D               1 172 5 Bulk Lorentz factors of gamma-ray bursts. GHIRLANDA G., NAPPO F., GHISELLINI G., et al.
2018ApJ...852...53R viz 18       D               1 347 14 Early X-ray flares in GRBs. RUFFINI R., WANG Y., AIMURATOV Y., et al.
2018ApJ...859..160W 18       D               2 99 3 Gamma-ray Burst jet breaks revisited. WANG X.-G., ZHANG B., LIANG E.-W., et al.
2018ApJ...865...82Z 18       D               1 37 ~ The redshift dependence of the radio flux of gamma-ray bursts and their host galaxies. ZHANG Z.B., CHANDRA P., HUANG Y.F., et al.
2018MNRAS.478.3605M 18       D               1 97 ~ A lower occurrence rate of bright X-ray flares in SN-GRBs than z < 1 GRBs: evidence of energy partitions? MU H.-J., GU W.-M., MAO J., et al.
2018MNRAS.479.2481S 18       D               1 132 ~ On the optical counterparts of radio transients and variables. STEWART A.J., MUNOZ-DARIAS T., FENDER R.P., et al.
2017ApJ...838...78M 44           X         1 20 4 Linear polarization, circular polarization, and depolarization of gamma-ray bursts: a simple case of jitter radiation. MAO J. and WANG J.
2017ApJ...850..117D 17       D               1 55 1 A study of GRBs with low-luminosity afterglows. DERELI H., BOER M., GENDRE B., et al.
2017ApJ...850..161T viz 17       D               3 156 3 The Konus-Wind catalog of gamma-ray bursts with known redshifts. I. Bursts detected in the triggered mode. TSVETKOVA A., FREDERIKS D., GOLENETSKII S., et al.
2017MNRAS.467.3413L 17       D               1 98 3 On the lack of a radio afterglow from some gamma-ray bursts - insight into their progenitors? LLOYD-RONNING N.M. and FRYER C.L.
2017MNRAS.472.3161B 17       D               1 36 10 Electrons' energy in GRB afterglows implied by radio peaks. BENIAMINI P. and VAN DER HORST A.J.
2016A&A...593A..17G 17       D               1 117 8 Probing dust-obscured star formation in the most massive gamma-ray burst host galaxies. GREINER J., MICHALOWSKI M.J., KLOSE S., et al.
2016A&A...595A..72M 43             C   *   2 67 13 GRB 980425 host: [C II], [O I], and CO lines reveal recent enhancement of star formation due to atomic gas inflow. MICHALOWSKI M.J., CASTRO CERON J.M., WARDLOW J.L., et al.
2016ApJ...818...18G viz 17       D               1 669 17 Estimating long GRB jet opening angles and rest-frame energetics. GOLDSTEIN A., CONNAUGHTON V., BRIGGS M.S., et al.
2016ApJ...829...22Z 17       D               2 21 ~ Modeling extragalactic extinction through gamma-ray burst afterglows. ZONCA A., CECCHI-PESTELLINI C., MULAS G., et al.
2016ApJ...832..136R 17       D               1 287 34 On the classification of GRBs and their occurrence rates. RUFFINI R., RUEDA J.A., MUCCINO M., et al.
2016ApJS..227....7L viz 17       D               1 409 20 A comparative study of long and short GRBs. I. Overlapping properties. LI Y., ZHANG B. and LU H.-J.
2016MNRAS.458...84A viz 17       D               1 127 37 A Hubble Space Telescope survey of the host galaxies of Superluminous Supernovae. ANGUS C.R., LEVAN A.J., PERLEY D.A., et al.
2016MNRAS.458.1921S 17       D               1 49 14 Testing black hole neutrino-dominated accretion discs for long-duration gamma-ray bursts. SONG C.-Y., LIU T., GU W.-M., et al.
2016MNRAS.460.3232C 17       D               1 128 5 Physical conditions and element abundances in supernova and γ-ray burst host galaxies at different redshifts. CONTINI M.
2015A&A...582A.111L viz 17       D               1 324 8 Testing the homogeneity of the Universe using gamma-ray bursts. LI M.-H. and LIN H.-N.
2015A&A...584A..48H viz 17       D               1 359 14 New data support the existence of the Hercules-Corona Borealis Great Wall. HORVATH I., BAGOLY Z., HAKKILA J., et al.
2015ApJ...802..113K 17       D               1 329 24 The role of fast magnetic reconnection on the radio and gamma-ray emission from the nuclear regions of microquasars and low luminosity AGNs. KADOWAKI L.H.S., DE GOUVEIA DAL PINO E.M. and SINGH C.B.
2015ApJ...803L...5W 17       D               1 74 4 Neutrinos from gamma-ray bursts: propagation of cosmic rays in their host galaxies. WANG Z.-Y., WANG X.-Y. and WANG J.-F.
2015ApJ...807...76L viz 17       D               1 375 1 The two-point correlation function of gamma-ray bursts. LI M.-H. and LIN H.-N.
2015MNRAS.446..990A 17       D               1 62 19 On the mass-metallicity relation, velocity dispersion, and gravitational well depth of GRB host galaxies. ARABSALMANI M., MOLLER P., FYNBO J.P.U., et al.
2015MNRAS.451.1815L 42           X         1 53 5 Radio afterglows and host galaxies of gamma-ray bursts. LI L.-B., ZHANG Z.-B., HUANG Y.-F., et al.
2015MNRAS.452.1535C 17       D               1 34 21 GRB 140606B/iPTF14bfu: detection of shock-breakout emission from a cosmological γ-ray burst? CANO Z., DE UGARTE POSTIGO A., PERLEY D., et al.
2014A&A...569A.108K 16       D               1 44 12 A search for Fermi bursts associated with supernovae and their frequency of occurrence. KOVACEVIC M., IZZO L., WANG Y., et al.
2014ApJ...785...29S 16       D               1 113 63 Magnetic fields in relativistic collisionless shocks. SANTANA R., BARNIOL DURAN R. and KUMAR P.
2014ApJS..213...15W 16       D               1 83 16 Long GRBs are metallicity-biased tracers of star formation: evidence from host galaxies and redshift distribution. WANG F.Y. and DAI Z.G.
2014MNRAS.440.2059A 223       D     X         6 14 25 Probing the bright radio flare and afterglow of GRB 130427A with the Arcminute Microkelvin Imager. ANDERSON G.E., VAN DER HORST A.J., STALEY T.D., et al.
2014MNRAS.442.3147B 16       D               2 39 25 Constraining the magnetic field in GRB relativistic collisionless shocks using radio data. BARNIOL DURAN R.
2014MNRAS.443.1680W 16       D               1 117 22 Probing the anisotropic expansion from supernovae and GRBs in a model-independent way. WANG J.S. and WANG F.Y.
2014MNRAS.444.3151V 44           X         1 8 31 A comprehensive radio view of the extremely bright gamma-ray burst 130427A. VAN DER HORST A.J., PARAGI Z., DE BRUYN A.G., et al.
2014NewA...29...65P viz 41           X         1 35 13 Optical polarization observations with the MASTER robotic net. PRUZHINSKAYA M.V., KRUSHINSKY V.V., LIPUNOVA G.V., et al.
2014PASP..126....1L 16       D               1 43 23 The host galaxies of long-duration gamma-ray bursts. LEVESQUE E.M.
2013ApJ...766...23R 650   K A D S   X C       15 29 5 On the significance of the excess number of strong mg II absorbers observed toward gamma-ray bursts. RAPOPORT S., ONKEN C.A., WYITHE J.S.B., et al.
2013ApJ...769...70C 57       D     X         2 16 8 Gamma-ray polarization induced by cold electrons via Compton processes. CHANG Z., JIANG Y. and LIN H.-N.
2013ApJ...772...43W 17       D               2 48 61 The gamma-ray burst Hubble diagram and its implications for cosmology. WEI J.-J., WU X.-F. and MELIA F.
2013ApJ...776...17M 82             C       1 9 14 Application of jitter radiation: gamma-ray burst prompt polarization. MAO J. and WANG J.
2013ApJ...778..128P viz 17       D               1 71 128 A population of massive, luminous galaxies hosting heavily dust-obscured gamma-ray bursts: implications for the use of GRBs as tracers of cosmic star formation. PERLEY D.A., LEVAN A.J., TANVIR N.R., et al.
2013MNRAS.430..163Q 16       D               1 154 11 Statistical classification of gamma-ray bursts based on the Amati relation. QIN Y.-P. and CHEN Z.-F.
2013MNRAS.434.1098C 17       D               4 76 82 A new method for estimating the bolometric properties of Ibc supernovae. CANO Z.
2012A&A...539A..76O 41           X         1 40 42 The fast evolution of SN 2010bh associated with XRF 100316D. OLIVARES E.F., GREINER J., SCHADY P., et al.
2012ApJ...745..168L 16       D               1 80 22 Selection effects on the observed redshift dependence of gamma-ray burst jet opening angles. LU R.-J., WEI J.-J., QIN S.-F., et al.
2012ApJ...746..156C viz 16       D               3 305 110 A radio-selected sample of gamma-ray burst afterglows. CHANDRA P. and FRAIL D.A.
2012ApJ...754..139R 442       S   X C       9 20 4 Testing gravitational lensing as the source of enhanced strong mg II absorption toward gamma-ray bursts. RAPOPORT S., ONKEN C.A., SCHMIDT B.P., et al.
2012ApJ...755...85M 17       D               1 60 62 The optically unbiased GRB host (TOUGH) survey. VI. Radio observations at z ≲ 1 and consistency with typical star-forming galaxies. MICHALOWSKI M.J., KAMBLE A., HJORTH J., et al.
2012ApJ...758...27L 16       D               1 146 62 A comprehensive study of gamma-ray burst optical emission. I. Flares and early shallow-decay component. LI L., LIANG E.-W., TANG Q.-W., et al.
2012MNRAS.426....2W viz 364       S   X         8 11 36 Detailed optical and near-infrared polarimetry, spectroscopy and broad-band photometry of the afterglow of GRB 091018: polarization evolution. WIERSEMA K., CURRAN P.A., KRUHLER T., et al.
2012MmSAI..83..342H 80               F     1 30 0 ESA Gaia & the multifrequency behavior of high-energy sources with ultra-low dispersion spectroscopy. HUDEC R., SIMON V., HUDEC L., et al.
2012PASP..124..513H 40           X         1 5 0 Properties of gamma-ray burst host galaxies and their Wolf-Rayet stars. (Dissertation summary). HAN X.
2012Sci...338.1445N viz 16       D               1 290 101 A Universal scaling for the energetics of relativistic jets from black hole systems. NEMMEN R.S., GEORGANOPOULOS M., GUIRIEC S., et al.
2011A&A...525A.113S 95       D     X         3 36 45 The missing gas problem in GRB host galaxies: evidence for a highly ionised component. SCHADY P., SAVAGLIO S., KRUEHLER T., et al.
2011AJ....141..129H viz 16       D               1 339 38 TGCat: the Chandra Transmission Grating Data Catalog and Archive. HUENEMOERDER D.P., MITSCHANG A., DEWEY D., et al.
2011ApJ...726L...4W 16       D               1 24 13 Gamma-ray burst afterglows as analogs of high-frequency-peaked BL Lac objects. WANG J. and WEI J.Y.
2011ApJ...732...29C 121           X C       2 33 136 Afterglow observations of Fermi large area telescope gamma-ray bursts and the emerging class of hyper-energetic events. CENKO S.B., FRAIL D.A., HARRISON F.A., et al.
2011ApJ...734...77I 68           X         1 1 57 Three-dimensional simulations of magnetohydrodynamic turbulence behind relativistic shock waves and their implications for gamma-ray bursts. INOUE T., ASANO K. and IOKA K.
2011ApJ...740...41C 214       D     X         6 45 77 XRF 100316D/SN 2010bh and the nature of gamma-ray burst supernovae. CANO Z., BERSIER D., GUIDORZI C., et al.
2011MNRAS.413..669C 16       D               1 67 74 A tale of two GRB-SNe at a common redshift of z=0.54. CANO Z., BERSIER D., GUIDORZI C., et al.
2011MNRAS.414.1263M 98       D         F     4 21 136 The metallicity of the long GRB hosts and the fundamental metallicity relation of low-mass galaxies. MANNUCCI F., SALVATERRA R. and CAMPISI M.A.
2011MNRAS.415.3423W 16       D               1 116 53 The updated luminosity correlations of gamma-ray bursts and cosmological implications. WANG F.-Y., QI S. and DAI Z.-G.
2011Natur.480...72T 1 32 78 The unusual γ-ray burst GRB 101225A from a helium star/neutron star merger at redshift 0.33. THONE C.C., DE UGARTE POSTIGO A., FRYER C.L., et al.
2011PASJ...63..741T 57 4 Improved Ep-TL-Lp diagram and a robust regression method. TSUTSUI R., NAKAMURA T., YONETOKU D., et al.
2010A&A...514A..24H 450       D     X C       11 11 54 The Wolf-Rayet features and mass-metallicity relation of long-duration gamma-ray burst host galaxies. HAN X.H., HAMMER F., LIANG Y.C., et al.
2010AJ....139..694L 370       D S   X C       8 62 103 The host galaxies of gamma-ray bursts. I. Interstellar medium properties of ten nearby long-duration gamma-ray burst hosts. LEVESQUE E.M., BERGER E., KEWLEY L.J., et al.
2010AJ....140.1557L 58       D     X         2 21 129 The host galaxies of gamma-ray bursts. II. A mass-metallicity relation for long-duration gamma-ray burst host galaxies. LEVESQUE E.M., KEWLEY L.J., BERGER E., et al.
2010ApJ...710..648L 330       D     X C F     7 46 12 Probing extragalactic dust through nearby gamma-ray burst afterglows. LIANG S.L. and LI A.
2010ApJ...711..641C 80             C       1 29 97 The collimation and energetics of the brightest Swift gamma-ray bursts. CENKO S.B., FRAIL D.A., HARRISON F.A., et al.
2010ApJ...720.1513K viz 94       D       C       2 134 262 The afterglows of swift-era gamma-ray bursts. I. Comparing pre-Swift and swift-era Long/Soft (Type II) GRB optical afterglows. KANN D.A., KLOSE S., ZHANG B., et al.
2010ApJ...721.1919C 17       D               1 31 77 On the distribution of stellar masses in gamma-ray burst host galaxies. CASTRO CERON J.M., MICHALOWSKI M.J., HJORTH J., et al.
2010ApJ...725.1337L 56       D     X         2 17 43 No correlation between host galaxy metallicity and gamma-ray energy release for long-duration gamma-ray bursts. LEVESQUE E.M., SODERBERG A.M., KEWLEY L.J., et al.
2010MNRAS.405...57S 94       D         F     3 106 127 The host galaxies of core-collapse supernovae and gamma-ray bursts. SVENSSON K.M., LEVAN A.J., TANVIR N.R., et al.
2010MmSAI..81..476H 15 0 Investigation of high-energy sources in optical light by ESA Gaia. HUDEC R., SIMON V., HUDEC L., et al.
2010PASJ...62.1495Y 16       D               1 125 37 Possible origins of dispersion of the peak energy-brightness correlations of gamma-ray bursts. YONETOKU D., MURAKAMI T., TSUTSUI R., et al.
2010RAA....10..142G 16       D               1 52 11 GRB jet beaming angle statistics. GAO Y. and DAI Z.-G.
2009A&A...503..771V 16       D               1 26 40 Statistics and characteristics of MgII absorbers along GRB lines of sight observed with VLT-UVES. VERGANI S.D., PETITJEAN P., LEDOUX C., et al.
2009AJ....137..347R 16       D               2 21 14 Absolute magnitude distribution and light curves of gamma-ray burst supernovae. RICHARDSON D.
2009ApJ...691..182S 17       D               9 89 274 The galaxy population hosting gamma-ray bursts. SAVAGLIO S., GLAZEBROOK K. and LE BORGNE D.
2009ApJ...701..824N viz 16       D               1 459 93 A comparison of the afterglows of short- and long-duration gamma-ray bursts. NYSEWANDER M., FRUCHTER A.S. and PE'ER A.
2009ApJ...701.1605P 39           X         1 9 14 An imaging and spectroscopic study of four strong mg II absorbers revealed by GRB 060418. POLLACK L.K., CHEN H.-W., PROCHASKA J.X., et al.
2009ApJ...703.1696Z 95       D       C       2 71 146 Discerning the physical origins of cosmological gamma-ray bursts based on multiple observational criteria: the cases of z = 6.7 GRB 080913, z = 8.2 GRB 090423, and some Short/Hard GRBs. ZHANG B., ZHANG B.-B., VIRGILI F.J., et al.
2009ApJ...707..387X 16       D               3 119 25 Estimating redshifts for long gamma-ray bursts. XIAO L. and SCHAEFER B.E.
2009AstL...35....7B viz 16       D               58 3 Investigation of gamma-ray bursts with known redshifts: Statistical analysis of parameters. BADJIN D.A., BESKIN G.M. and GRECO G.
2009MNRAS.392...91V 16       D               1 97 77 Low-luminosity gamma-ray bursts as a distinct GRB population: a firmer case from multiple criteria constraints. VIRGILI F.J., LIANG E.-W. and ZHANG B.
2009MNRAS.400..775C 16       D               1 83 53 An updated gamma-ray bursts Hubble diagram. CARDONE V.F., CAPOZZIELLO S. and DAINOTTI M.G.
2008A&A...489...37T 39           X         1 21 33 The host of GRB 060206: kinematics of a distant galaxy. THOENE C.C., WIERSEMA K., LEDOUX C., et al.
2008A&A...490...31C 15       D               1 27 50 Cosmography by gamma ray bursts. CAPOZZIELLO S. and IZZO L.
2008A&A...492L...1G 93       D   O   C       2 20 7 Gamma-ray burst afterglows: luminosity clustering at infrared wavelengths?. GENDRE B., PELISSON S., BOEER M., et al.
2008ApJ...675..528L 15       D               3 126 122 A comprehensive analysis of Swift XRT data. III. Jet break candidates in X-ray and optical afterglow light curves. LIANG E.-W., RACUSIN J.L., ZHANG B., et al.
2008ApJ...678.1136L 78           X         2 7 19 Determining the dust extinction of gamma-ray burst host galaxies: a direct method based on optical and X-ray photometry. LI Y., LI A. and WEI D.M.
2008ApJ...680...92L 15       D               1 27 41 Overcoming the circular problem for gamma-ray bursts in cosmological global-fitting analysis. LI H., XIA J.-Q., LIU J., et al.
2008ApJ...683..620G 54       D   O X         2 80 13 X-ray afterglow light curves: toward a standard candle? GENDRE B., GALLI A. and BOER M.
2008ApJ...688..456C 15       D               1 69 18 Does the addition of a duration improve the Liso-EpeakRelation for gamma-ray bursts? COLLAZZI A.C. and SCHAEFER B.E.
2008ChJAA...8..255W 15       D               1 28 3 Does the Amati Relation depend on the Luminosity of the GRB's Host Galaxy? WANG J., DENG J.-S. and QIU Y.-L.
2008MNRAS.387..319G 15       D               1 78 76 The Epeak-Eiso plane of long gamma-ray bursts and selection effects. GHIRLANDA G., NAVA L., GHISELLINI G., et al.
2008MNRAS.391..411B 15       D               1 69 61 Testing gamma-ray bursts as standard candles. BASILAKOS S. and PERIVOLAROPOULOS L.
2008MNRAS.391..577A 16       D               1 55 175 Measuring the cosmological parameters with the Ep,i-Eiso correlation of gamma-ray bursts. AMATI L., GUIDORZI C., FRONTERA F., et al.
2008MNRAS.391..639N 15       D               1 137 57 Peak energy of the prompt emission of long gamma-ray bursts versus their fluence and peak flux. NAVA L., GHIRLANDA G., GHISELLINI G., et al.
2007A&A...466..127G 43 68 Confirming the γ-ray burst spectral-energy correlations in the era of multiple time breaks. GHIRLANDA G., NAVA L., GHISELLINI G., et al.
2007AJ....133.1187K 1 12 30 The prompt Optical/Near-infrared flare of GRB 050904: the most luminous transient ever detected. KANN D.A., MASETTI N. and KLOSE S.
2007ApJ...656.1001B 37 43 On the early-time X-ray spectra of Swift afterglows. I. Evidence for anomalous soft X-ray emission. BUTLER N.R.
2007ApJ...657..367W 80 79 A morphological study of gamma-ray burst host galaxies. WAINWRIGHT C., BERGER E. and PENPRASE B.E.
2007ApJ...660...16S 1 81 267 The Hubble diagram to redshift >6 from 69 gamma-ray bursts. SCHAEFER B.E.
2007ApJ...661..787S 39           X         1 25 65 Gamma-ray burst afterglows as probes of environment and blast wave physics. I. Absorption by host-galaxy gas and dust. STARLING R.L.C., WIJERS R.A.M.J., WIERSEMA K., et al.
2007ApJ...671..628T 38           X         1 19 26 ISM studies of GRB 030329 with high-resolution spectroscopy. THONE C.C., GREINER J., SAVAGLIO S., et al.
2007ChJAA...7..503Z 30 0 GRB energies and Egamma - Epeak correlation with the jet expanding laterally at the sound speed. ZHAO X.-H. and BAI J.-M.
2007MNRAS.380..374P 77           X         2 118 38 Jet breaks in the X-ray light-curves of Swift gamma-ray burst afterglows. PANAITESCU A.
2007RMxAC..27..140G 1 12 25 The structure and dynamics of GRB jets. GRANOT J.
2007Sci...315.1822M 4 5 45 Early optical polarization of a gamma-ray burst afterglow. MUNDELL C.G., STEELE I.A., SMITH R.J., et al.
2006A&A...447..121B 78 12 Gamma-ray bursts associated with supernovae: a systematic analysis of BATSE GRB candidates. BOSNJAK Z., CELOTTI A., GHIRLANDA G., et al.
2006A&A...448..971F         O           51 10 The weak INTEGRAL bursts GRB 040223 and GRB 040624: an emerging population of dark afterglows. FILLIATRE P., COVINO S., D'AVANZO P., et al.
2006A&A...449...61C 38 38 Evidence for intrinsic absorption in the Swift X-ray afterglows. CAMPANA S., ROMANO P., COVINO S., et al.
2006A&A...450..471N 1 20 64 On the interpretation of spectral-energy correlations in long gamma-ray bursts. NAVA L., GHISELLINI G., GHIRLANDA G., et al.
2006A&A...451..821N         O           45 68 Clustering of the optical-afterglow luminosities of long gamma-ray bursts. NARDINI M., GHISELLINI G., GHIRLANDA G., et al.
2006A&A...452..839G 1 13 32 Cosmological constraints with GRBs: homogeneous medium vs. wind density profile. GHIRLANDA G., GHISELLINI G., FIRMANI C., et al.
2006A&A...455..803G         O           33 28 X-ray continuum properties of GRB afterglows observed by XMM-Newton and Chandra. GENDRE B., CORSI A. and PIRO L.
2006A&A...457..857F 1 20 69 The GRB 060218/SN 2006aj event in the context of other gamma-ray burst supernovae. FERRERO P., KANN D.A., ZEH A., et al.
2006A&A...460..105V 1         O           22 50 Forming a constant density medium close to long gamma-ray bursts. VAN MARLE A.J., LANGER N., ACHTERBERG A., et al.
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