GRB 040701 , the SIMBAD biblio

GRB 040701 , the SIMBAD biblio (42 results) C.D.S. - SIMBAD4 rel 1.7 - 2020.08.12CEST20:08:14


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2018MNRAS.478.3605M 45           X         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.
2017ApJ...851L..20W 44           X         1 8 4 GRB 111005A at z = 0.0133 and the prospect of establishing long-short GRB/GW association. WANG Y.-Z., HUANG Y.-J., LIANG Y.-F., et al.
2016ApJ...817..144B 17       D               3 106 37 The offset and host light distributions of long gamma-ray bursts: a new view from HST observations of Swift bursts. BLANCHARD P.K., BERGER E. and FONG W.-F.
2016ApJ...827...75L 131           X         3 10 32 GRB/GW association: long-short GRB candidates, time lag, measuring gravitational wave velocity, and testing einstein's equivalence principle. LI X., HU Y.-M., FAN Y.-Z., et al.
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.
2013ApJ...776...95F 17       D               1 34 36 High-energy emission of GRB 130427A: evidence for inverse Compton radiation. FAN Y.-Z., TAM P.H.T., ZHANG F.-W., et al.
2012ApJ...746..156C viz 16       D               2 305 110 A radio-selected sample of gamma-ray burst afterglows. CHANDRA P. and FRAIL D.A.
2012ApJ...756...44R viz 16       D               1 215 16 On the spectral lags and peak counts of the gamma-ray bursts detected by the RHESSI satellite. RIPA J., MESZAROS A., VERES P., et al.
2012MNRAS.419.1537B 57           X         1 7 121 Short gamma-ray bursts with extended emission from magnetar birth: jet formation and collimation. BUCCIANTINI N., METZGER B.D., THOMPSON T.A., et al.
2010ApJ...712..392G 16       D               1 43 5 Wide angle X-ray sky monitoring for corroborating non-electromagnetic cosmic transients. GUETTA D. and EICHLER D.
2009A&A...498..399R viz 16       D               1 208 34 Search for gamma-ray burst classes with the RHESSI satellite. RIPA J., MESZAROS A., WIGGER C., et al.
2009ApJ...696.1871P 39           X         1 86 82 GRB 080503: implications of a naked short gamma-ray burst dominated by extended emission. PERLEY D.A., METZGER B.D., GRANOT J., et al.
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.
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.
2008A&A...491..157P 15       D               2 101 38 Intrinsic properties of a complete sample of HETE-2 gamma-ray bursts. A measure of the GRB rate in the Local Universe. PELANGEON A., ATTEIA J.-L., NAKAGAWA Y.E., et al.
2008MNRAS.383.1049N 39           X         1 97 6 Optical afterglows of gamma-ray bursts: a bimodal distribution? NARDINI M., GHISELLINI G. and GHIRLANDA G.
2007A&A...461..485S         O           20 9 X-ray flashes or soft gamma-ray bursts? The case of the likely distant XRF 040912. STRATTA G., BASA S., BUTLER N., et al.
2007A&A...463..913A 3 13 101 On the consistency of peculiar GRBs 060218 and 060614 with the Ep,i - Eiso correlation. AMATI L., DELLA VALLE M., FRONTERA F., et al.
2007ApJ...654..403M 15 29 Swift XRT observations of the afterglow of XRF 050416A. MANGANO V., LA PAROLA V., CUSUMANO G., et al.
2007ApJ...661..982S 1 21 50 A spectacular radio flare from XRF 050416a at 40 days and implications for the nature of X-ray flashes. SODERBERG A.M., NAKAR E., CENKO S.B., et al.
2007ChJAA...7....1Z 40           X         1 65 298 Gamma-ray bursts in the swift Era. ZHANG B.
2006A&A...450...59R 3         O           14 86 X-ray flare in XRF 050406: evidence for prolonged engine activity. ROMANO P., MORETTI A., BANAT P.L., 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.
2006ARA&A..44..507W 165           X C       3 42 1035 The supernova-gamma-ray burst connection. WOOSLEY S.E. and BLOOM J.S.
2006ApJ...636..391S 1 33 67 An HST study of the supernovae accompanying GRB 040924 and GRB 041006. SODERBERG A.M., KULKARNI S.R., PRICE P.A., et al.
2006ApJ...637..880B 65 14 A search for early optical emission at gamma-ray burst locations by the Solar Mass Ejection Imager (SMEI). BUFFINGTON A., BAND D.L., JACKSON B.V., et al.
2006ApJ...642L.103D 2 14 79 Hypernova signatures in the late rebrightening of GRB 050525A. DELLA VALLE M., MALESANI D., BLOOM J.S., et al.
2006MNRAS.367L..42P 2 12 51 The energetics and environment of the short-GRB afterglows 050709 and 050724. PANAITESCU A.
2005A&A...440..809B 1 9 32 On the nature of X-ray flashes. BARRAUD C., DAIGNE F., MOCHKOVITCH R., et al.
2005A&A...444..425R 13 24 The host of GRB/XRF 030528 - an actively star forming galaxy at z=0.782. RAU A., SALVATO M. and GREINER J.
2005ApJ...622..977L 15 16 A deep search with the Hubble Space Telescope for late-time supernova signatures in the hosts of XRF 011030 and XRF 020427. LEVAN A., PATEL S., KOUVELIOTOU C., et al.
2005ApJ...627....1F 1 53 143 Toward a more standardized candle using gamma-ray burst energetics and spectra. FRIEDMAN A.S. and BLOOM J.S.
2005ApJ...627..877S 1 32 76 An HST search for supernovae accompanying X-ray flashes. SODERBERG A.M., KULKARNI S.R., FOX D.B., et al.
2005ApJ...630.1003G 1 18 48 Afterglow observations shed new light on the nature of X-ray flashes. GRANOT J., RAMIREZ-RUIZ E. and PERNA R.
2005ApJ...630L.117H 3 15 103 GRB 050509B: constraints on short gamma-ray burst models. HJORTH J., SOLLERMAN J., GOROSABEL J., et al.
2005AstL...31..365B 17 3 Analysis of the spatial distribution of gamma-ray bursts in their host galaxies. BLINNIKOV S.I., POSTNOV K.A., KOSENKO D.I., et al.
2005MNRAS.361..362C 34 20 A cosmological `probability event horizon' and its observational implications. COWARD D.M. and BURMAN R.R.
2004GCN..2627....1K 77 T                   2 11 XRF040701: magellan spectroscopy of Chandra source #2 associated galaxy. KELSON D.D., KOVIAK K., BERGER E., et al.
2004GCN..2630....1F 78 T                   1 6
XRF040701: second-epoch Chandra observations.
FOX D.B.
2004GCN..2631....1B 75 T                   2 2 XRF 040701 - optical observations of the decaying Chandra source. BERGER E., GAL-YAM A., FOX D.B., et al.
2004GCN..2638....1P 75 T                   5 3
XRF040701: optical observations at ESO.
PIAN E., FYNBO J., JORGENSEN U.G., et al.
2004GCN..2824....1K 75 T                   2 1 HST observations:
XRF 040701 and 040812.
KULKARNI S., SODERBERG A. and FOX D.

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