GRB 050730 , the SIMBAD biblio

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2019A&A...621A..20H 35 ~ Cold gas in the early Universe. Survey for neutral atomic-carbon in GRB host galaxies at 1 <z<6 from optical afterglow spectroscopy. HEINTZ K.E., LEDOUX C., FYNBO J.P.U., et al.
2019A&A...623A..43B 47           X         1 39 ~ Evidence for diffuse molecular gas and dust in the hearts of gamma-ray burst host galaxies. Unveiling the nature of high-redshift damped Lyman-α systems. BOLMER J., LEDOUX C., WISEMAN P., et al.
2019ApJ...884...59L 19       D               1 62 ~ GRB X-ray flare properties among different GRB subclasses. LIU C. and MAO J.
2019ApJ...884...66G 65       D     X         2 28 ~ The CGM-GRB study. I. Uncovering the circumgalactic medium around GRB hosts at redshifts 2-6. GATKINE P., VEILLEUX S. and CUCCHIARA A.
2019MNRAS.483.5380T 19       D               1 156 ~ The fraction of ionizing radiation from massive stars that escapes to the intergalactic medium. TANVIR N.R., FYNBO J.P.U., DE UGARTE POSTIGO A., et al.
2019MNRAS.486.2063H 47           X         1 14 ~ On the dust properties of high-redshift molecular clouds and the connection to the 2175 Å extinction bump. HEINTZ K.E., ZAFAR T., DE CIA A., et al.
2019PASJ...71...10T 205       D       C F     4 77 ~ Galactic foreground of gamma-ray bursts from AKARI Far-Infrared Surveyor. TOTH L.V., DOI Y., ZAHORECZ S., 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.
2018A&A...620A.119D viz 18       D               2 36 ~ X-shooter and ALMA spectroscopy of GRB 161023A. A study of metals and molecules in the line of sight towards a luminous GRB. DE UGARTE POSTIGO A., THONE C.C., BOLMER J., 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 108       D     X         3 99 3 Gamma-ray Burst jet breaks revisited. WANG X.-G., ZHANG B., LIANG E.-W., et al.
2018ApJ...863...50S 18       D               1 50 1 The three-parameter correlations about the optical plateaus of gamma-ray bursts. SI S.-K., QI Y.-Q., XUE F.-X., et al.
2018ApJS..236...26L 108       D       C       4 115 3 Constraining the type of central engine of GRBs with Swift data. LI L., WU X.-F., LEI W.-H., et al.
2018MNRAS.473.3312A 18       D               1 45 10 Mass and metallicity scaling relations of high-redshift star-forming galaxies selected by GRBs. ARABSALMANI M., MOLLER P., PERLEY D.A., et al.
2018MNRAS.477.2173S 18       D               1 127 7 Outflows from black hole hyperaccretion systems: short and long-short gamma-ray bursts and 'quasi-supernovae'. SONG C.-Y., LIU T. and LI A.
2018MNRAS.479.3456H 45           X         1 23 3 Highly ionized metals as probes of the circumburst gas in the natal regions of gamma-ray bursts. HEINTZ K.E., WATSON D., JAKOBSSON P., et al.
2017A&A...599A..24W 105       D       C       2 23 25 Evolution of the dust-to-metals ratio in high-redshift galaxies probed by GRB-DLAs. WISEMAN P., SCHADY P., BOLMER J., et al.
2017A&A...607A.107W viz 44           X         1 13 5 Gas inflow and outflow in an interacting high-redshift galaxy. The remarkable host environment of GRB 080810 at z = 3.35. WISEMAN P., PERLEY D.A., SCHADY P., et al.
2017ApJ...845...52L 44           X         1 55 1 Smooth Optical Self-similar Emission of gamma-ray bursts. LIPUNOV V., SIMAKOV S., GORBOVSKOY E., et al.
2017ApJS..228...13R 44           X         1 29 1 A large catalog of homogeneous ultra-violet/optical GRB afterglows: temporal and spectral evolution. ROMING P.W.A., KOCH T.S., OATES S.R., et al.
2017MNRAS.464.4545B viz 17       D               1 924 11 Galaxy gas as obscurer - I. GRBs x-ray galaxies and find an N_ H_3∝M_*_ relation. BUCHNER J., SCHULZE S. and BAUER F.E.
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.
2016A&A...595A..24T 128           X         3 14 1 Soft X-ray absorption excess in gamma-ray burst afterglow spectra: Absorption by turbulent ISM. TANGA M., SCHADY P., GATTO A., et al.
2016ApJ...817....7P 17       D               1 136 54 The Swift gamma-ray burst host galaxy legacy survey. I. Sample selection and redshift distribution. PERLEY D.A., KRUHLER T., SCHULZE S., et al.
2016ApJ...817....8P 17       D               1 121 66 The Swift GRB host galaxy legacy survey. II. Rest-frame Near-IR luminosity distribution and evidence for a near-solar metallicity threshold. PERLEY D.A., TANVIR N.R., HJORTH J., 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...820...66D viz 17       D               1 263 7 Cosmic evolution of long gamma-ray burst luminosity. DENG C.-M., WANG X.-G., GUO B.-B., et al.
2016ApJ...826...45R viz 17       D               1 247 8 A correlation between the intrinsic brightness and average decay rate of gamma-ray burst X-ray afterglow light curves. RACUSIN J.L., OATES S.R., DE PASQUALE M., et al.
2016ApJ...828...36D viz 17       D               1 172 4 Study of GRB light-curve decay indices in the afterglow phase. DEL VECCHIO R., DAINOTTI M.G. and OSTROWSKI M.
2016ApJ...829....7L viz 230       D     X C       5 81 44 The third Swift burst alert telescope gamma-ray burst catalog. LIEN A., SAKAMOTO T., BARTHELMY S.D., 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.
2016ApJ...832..175T 17       D               1 58 2 Exploring damped Lyα system host galaxies using gamma-ray bursts. TOY V.L., CUCCHIARA A., VEILLEUX S., et al.
2016ApJ...833..159P viz 17       D               1 167 8 On the universal late X-ray emission of binary-driven hypernovae and its possible collimation. PISANI G.B., RUFFINI R., AIMURATOV Y., et al.
2016ApJS..224...10S viz 17       D               1 296 12 The second Konus-Wind catalog of short gamma-ray bursts. SVINKIN D.S., FREDERIKS D.D., APTEKAR R.L., et al.
2016ApJS..224...20Y viz 17       D               3 204 20 Comprehensive study of the X-ray flares from gamma-ray bursts observed by Swift. YI S.-X., XI S.-Q., YU H., 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.
2015A&A...576A..77S 46         O X         1 24 109 Molecfit: A general tool for telluric absorption correction. I. Method and application to ESO instruments. SMETTE A., SANA H., NOLL S., 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.
2015Ap.....58..204G 39 2 Study of the large-scale distribution of gamma-ray burst sources by the method of pairwise distances. GERASIM R.V., ORLOV V.V. and RAIKOV A.A.
2015ApJ...799....3R 17       D               1 230 45 Gamma-ray bursts are observed off-axis. RYAN G., VAN EERTEN H., MacFADYEN A., et al.
2015ApJ...804...51C 142       D     X         4 77 43 Unveiling the secrets of metallicity and massive star formation using DLAs along gamma-ray bursts. CUCCHIARA A., FUMAGALLI M., RAFELSKI M., et al.
2015ApJ...805...13L 17       D               4 89 14 A correlated study of optical and X-ray afterglows of GRBs. LI L., WU X.-F., HUANG Y.-F., et al.
2015ApJ...805...86S 44 10 Gamma-ray bursts: temporal scales and the bulk Lorentz factor. SONBAS E., MacLACHLAN G.A., DHUGA K.S., et al.
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.
2015ApJ...808...73S 17       D               3 52 37 The optically unbiased GRB host (TOUGH) survey. VII. The host galaxy luminosity function: probing the relationship between GRBs and star formation to redshift ∼ 6. SCHULZE S., CHAPMAN R., HJORTH J., et al.
2015ApJ...809...76G 17       D               1 44 33 Gamma-ray bursts trace UV metrics of star formation over 3 > z ∼ 5. GREINER J., FOX D.B., SCHADY P., et al.
2015ApJS..218...12L 17       D               1 78 28 Jet luminosity of gamma-ray bursts: the blandford-znajek mechanism versus the neutrino annihilation process. LIU T., HOU S.-J., XUE L., et al.
2015ApJS..219....9W 17       D               2 85 46 How bad or good are the external forward shock afterglow models of gamma-ray bursts? WANG X.-G., ZHANG B., LIANG E.-W., et al.
2015MNRAS.446..990A 17       D               4 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.448.2624C viz 17       D               1 1121 5 Catalogue of isolated emission episodes in gamma-ray bursts from Fermi, Swift and BATSE. CHARISI M., MARKA S. and BARTOS I.
2015MNRAS.449L...6C viz 17       D               1 77 1 Selection biases in the gamma-ray burst E_iso - L_opt, X correlation. COWARD D.M., HOWELL E.J., WAN L., et al.
2015MNRAS.453.4121O 17       D               1 48 5 Exploring the canonical behaviour of long gamma-ray bursts using an intrinsic multiwavelength afterglow correlation. OATES S.R., RACUSIN J.L., DE PASQUALE M., et al.
2015MNRAS.454.3567Y 17       D               2 78 ~ A search for correlations between gamma-ray burst variability and afterglow onset. YOST S.A. and MOORE T.M.
2015RAA....15..617L 17       D               1 49 1 Extending the correlation of LR - LX to gamma-ray bursts. LU J., XING J.-W., ZOU Y.-C., et al.
2014A&A...564A..38D viz 42           X         1 20 36 VLT/X-shooter spectroscopy of the GRB 120327A afterglow. D'ELIA V., FYNBO J.P.U., GOLDONI P., et al.
2014ApJ...785...29S 99       D       C       2 113 63 Magnetic fields in relativistic collisionless shocks. SANTANA R., BARNIOL DURAN R. and KUMAR P.
2014ApJ...785...84J 58       D     X         2 121 26 Phenomenology of reverse-shock emission in the optical afterglows of gamma-ray bursts. JAPELJ J., KOPAC D., KOBAYASHI S., et al.
2014ApJ...786L...8W 16       D               1 43 10 Similar radiation mechanism in gamma-ray bursts and blazars: evidence from two luminosity correlations. WANG F.Y., YI S.X. and DAI Z.G.
2014ApJ...787...66Z viz 16       D               1 345 71 How long does a burst burst? ZHANG B.-B., ZHANG B., MURASE K., et al.
2014ApJ...787...90G viz 16       D               1 484 22 Uncovering the intrinsic variability of gamma-ray bursts. GOLKHOU V.Z. and BUTLER N.R.
2014ApJ...788...30S viz 16       D               3 328 10 Gamma-ray burst flares: X-ray flaring. II. SWENSON C.A. and ROMING P.W.A.
2014MNRAS.438.3443H 16       D               1 13 1 Chemical abundances associated with gamma-ray bursts: nucleosynthesis in afterglows. HU T. and WANG M.
2014MNRAS.439.3329W 16       D               1 254 33 Cosmological tests using gamma-ray bursts, the star formation rate and possible abundance evolution. WEI J.-J., WU X.-F., MELIA F., et al.
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...15H 16       D               1 116 18 Constraining the rate and luminosity function of Swift gamma-ray bursts. HOWELL E.J., COWARD D.M., STRATTA G., et al.
2013A&A...549A..22V 59       D     X         2 12 24 Time-dependent excitation and ionization modelling of absorption-line variability due to GRB 080310. VREESWIJK P.M., LEDOUX C., RAASSEN A.J.J., et al.
2013A&A...557A..12Z viz 81           X         2 78 24 Gamma-ray burst optical light-curve zoo: comparison with X-ray observations. ZANINONI E., BERNARDINI M.G., MARGUTTI R., et al.
2013A&A...560A..26Z 98       D     X         3 54 54 The metals-to-dust ratio to very low metallicities using GRB and QSO absorbers: extremely rapid dust formation. ZAFAR T. and WATSON D.
2013A&A...560A..88D 99       D       C       2 31 65 Dust-to-metal ratios in damped Lyman-α absorbers. Fresh clues to the origins of dust and optical extinction towards γ-ray bursts. DE CIA A., LEDOUX C., SAVAGLIO S., et al.
2013ApJ...766...23R 16       D               1 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...767L..28S 16       D               1 19 5 A new correlation between GRB X-ray flares and the prompt emission. SONBAS E., MacLACHLAN G.A., SHENOY A., et al.
2013ApJ...773...82C 16       D               2 118 15 An independent measurement of the incidence of Mg II absorbers along gamma-ray burst sight lines: the end of the mystery? CUCCHIARA A., PROCHASKA J.X., ZHU G., et al.
2013ApJ...773..142L 16       D               3 23 17 Neutrino-cooled accretion model with magnetic coupling for X-ray flares in gamma-ray bursts. LUO Y., GU W.-M., LIU T., et al.
2013ApJ...774..115K 165           X C       3 4 13 An explanation for the different X-ray to optical column densities in the environments of gamma ray bursts: a progenitor embedded in a dense medium. KRONGOLD Y. and PROCHASKA J.X.
2013ApJ...774..132W 16       D               3 113 13 A comprehensive study of gamma-ray burst optical emission. III. Brightness distributions and luminosity functions of optical afterglows. WANG X.-G., LIANG E.-W., LI L., et al.
2013ApJ...774..157D viz 16       D               2 101 40 Determination of the intrinsic luminosity time correlation in the X-ray afterglows of gamma-ray bursts. DAINOTTI M.G., PETROSIAN V., SINGAL J., et al.
2013ApJ...776...96W 16       D               1 30 2 Evidence of contribution of intervening clouds to gamma-ray burst's X-ray column density. WANG J.
2013ApJ...776..120Y 17       D               1 19 29 Early afterglows of gamma-ray bursts in a stratified medium with a power-law density distribution. YI S.-X., WU X.-F. and DAI Z.-G.
2013ApJS..207...38P viz 16       D               1 265 10 Interplanetary Network localizations of Konus short gamma-ray bursts. PAL'SHIN V.D., HURLEY K., SVINKIN D.S., et al.
2013ApJS..209...20G viz 16       D               1 754 27 Evidence for new relations between gamma-ray burst prompt and X-ray afterglow emission from 9 years of Swift. GRUPE D., NOUSEK J.A., VERES P., et al.
2013MNRAS.428..167H 16       D               1 192 19 A redshift-observation time relation for gamma-ray bursts: evidence of a distinct subluminous population. HOWELL E.J. and COWARD D.M.
2013MNRAS.428..729M viz 16       D               1 437 106 The prompt-afterglow connection in gamma-ray bursts: a comprehensive statistical analysis of Swift X-ray light curves. MARGUTTI R., ZANINONI E., BERNARDINI M.G., et al.
2013MNRAS.428.3590T 82           X         2 47 55 GRB 100219A with X-shooter - abundances in a galaxy at z =4.7. THONE C.C., FYNBO J.P.U., GOLDONI P., et al.
2013MNRAS.430.2739H 16       D               1 17 12 The host-galaxy response to the afterglow of GRB 100901A. HARTOOG O.E., WIERSEMA K., VREESWIJK P.M., et al.
2013MNRAS.433..759P 16       D               1 41 10 Peaks of optical and X-ray afterglow light curves. PANAITESCU A., VESTRAND W.T. and WOZNIAK P.
2012A&A...537A..15S 16       D               1 69 61 The dust extinction curves of gamma-ray burst host galaxies. SCHADY P., DWELLY T., PAGE M.J., et al.
2012A&A...538A...1M 80             C       1 23 10 Diversity of multiwavelength emission bumps in the GRB 100219A afterglow. MAO J., MALESANI D., D'AVANZO P., et al.
2012A&A...538A..44D 16       D               1 125 38 Pre-ALMA observations of GRBs in the mm/submm range. DE UGARTE POSTIGO A., LUNDGREN A., MARTIN S., et al.
2012A&A...538A.134X 16       D               1 69 17 New three-parameter correlation for gamma-ray bursts with a plateau phase in the afterglow. XU M. and HUANG Y.F.
2012A&A...546A..20S 1648       S   X C       39 9 21 Galaxy counterparts of intervening high-z sub-DLAs/DLAs and Mg II absorbers towards gamma-ray bursts. SCHULZE S., FYNBO J.P.U., MILVANG-JENSEN B., et al.
2012A&A...548A..11D 16       D               3 74 33 The distribution of equivalent widths in long GRB afterglow spectra. DE UGARTE POSTIGO A., FYNBO J.P.U., THOENE C.C., et al.
2012AJ....144...74M 1349 T K A S   X C       31 4 0 Constraining stellar properties of intervening damped Lyα and Mg II absorbing galaxies toward
GRB 050730.
MINOWA Y., OKOSHI K., KOBAYASHI N., et al.
2012ApJ...744...95R 16       D               1 167 151 Connecting the gamma ray burst rate and the cosmic star formation history: implications for reionization and galaxy evolution. ROBERTSON B.E. and ELLIS R.S.
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...746..170M viz 16       D               1 355 10 Rapid, machine-learned resource allocation: application to high-redshift gamma-ray burst follow-up. MORGAN A.N., LONG J., RICHARDS J.W., et al.
2012ApJ...749..176K 42           X         1 17 35 A super-damped Lyα quasi-stellar object absorber at z = 2.2. KULKARNI V.P., MEIRING J., SOM D., et al.
2012ApJ...751...49L 17       D               1 51 66 Lorentz-factor–isotropic-luminosity/energy correlations of gamma-ray bursts and their interpretation. LU J., ZOU Y.-C., LEI W.-H., et al.
2012ApJ...754..139R 40           X         1 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...756...25M 16       D               3 44 32 The optically unbiased GRB host (TOUGH) survey. IV. Lyα emitters. MILVANG-JENSEN B., FYNBO J.P.U., MALESANI D., et al.
2012ApJ...756..187H 17       D               2 85 127 The optically unbiased gamma-ray burst host (TOUGH) survey. I. Survey design and catalogs. HJORTH J., MALESANI D., JAKOBSSON P., et al.
2012ApJ...758...27L 16       D               2 146 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.420..405K 16       D               1 119 12 On multiple classes of gamma-ray bursts, as deduced from autocorrelation functions or bivariate duration/hardness ratio distributions. KOEN C. and BERE A.
2012MNRAS.422.1785G 16       D               1 254 24 Average power density spectrum of Swift long gamma-ray bursts in the observer and in the source-rest frames. GUIDORZI C., MARGUTTI R., AMATI L., et al.
2011A&A...525A.109D 16       D               1 133 26 Searching for differences in Swift's intermediate GRBs. DE UGARTE POSTIGO A., HORVATH I., VERES P., et al.
2011A&A...525A.113S 16       D               1 36 45 The missing gas problem in GRB host galaxies: evidence for a highly ionised component. SCHADY P., SAVAGLIO S., KRUEHLER T., et al.
2011A&A...528A.122P viz 16       D               32 375 21 The Swift serendipitous survey in deep XRT GRB fields (SwiftFT). I. The X-ray catalog and number counts. PUCCETTI S., CAPALBI M., GIOMMI P., et al.
2011A&A...529A..55M 16       D               1 164 9 Cosmological effects on the observed flux and fluence distributions of gamma-ray bursts: are the most distant bursts in general the faintest ones? MESZAROS A., RIPA J. and RYDE F.
2011A&A...532A.143Z 373       D     X C       9 60 93 The extinction curves of star-forming regions from z = 0.1 to 6.7 using GRB afterglow spectroscopy. ZAFAR T., WATSON D., FYNBO J.P.U., et al.
2011ApJ...727...73C viz 56       D     X         2 36 32 A high signal-to-noise ratio composite spectrum of gamma-ray burst afterglows. CHRISTENSEN L., FYNBO J.P.U., PROCHASKA J.X., et al.
2011ApJ...731..103X viz 16       D               2 335 10 Redshift catalog for Swift long gamma-ray bursts. XIAO L. and SCHAEFER B.E.
2011ApJ...734...96K 79       S             1 127 180 The afterglows of swift-era gamma-ray bursts. II. Type I GRB versus type II GRB optical afterglows. KANN D.A., KLOSE S., ZHANG B., et al.
2011ApJ...739....1L 135       D     X         4 29 45 Exploring the galaxy Mass{x2212}metallicity relation at z ∼ 3{x2212}5. LASKAR T., BERGER E. and CHARY R.-R.
2011ApJ...740L..21W 16       D               1 44 24 A uniform correlation between synchrotron luminosity and Doppler factor in gamma-ray bursts and blazars: a hint of similar intrinsic luminosities? WU Q., ZOU Y.-C., CAO X., et al.
2011ApJS..195....2S viz 16       D               1 477 162 The second Swift Burst Alert Telescope gamma-ray burst catalog. SAKAMOTO T., BARTHELMY S.D., BAUMGARTNER W.H., et al.
2011ApJS..197...34H viz 16       D               1 157 4 The interplanetary network supplement to the HETE-2 gamma-ray burst catalog. HURLEY K., ATTEIA J.-L., BARRAUD C., et al.
2011MNRAS.410.1064M 16       D               1 64 52 On the average gamma-ray burst X-ray flaring activity. MARGUTTI R., BERNARDINI G., BARNIOL DURAN R., et al.
2011MNRAS.412..561O 294       D     X   F     7 28 18 A statistical comparison of the optical/UV and X-ray afterglows of gamma-ray bursts using the Swift ultraviolet optical and X-ray telescopes. OATES S.R., PAGE M.J., SCHADY P., et al.
2011MNRAS.414.3537P 175       D     X   F     4 38 48 Optical afterglows of gamma-ray bursts: peaks, plateaus and possibilities. PANAITESCU A. and VESTRAND W.T.
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.
2011MNRAS.418..129D 159           X C       3 18 10 GRB 070125 and the environments of spectral-line poor afterglow absorbers. DE CIA A., STARLING R.L.C., WIERSEMA K., et al.
2011MNRAS.418..680D 43           X         1 3 22 Very Large Telescope/Ultraviolet and Visual Echelle Spectrograph and FORS2 spectroscopy of the GRB 081008 afterglow. D'ELIA V., CAMPANA S., COVINO S., et al.
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2010A&A...523A..36D 276           X         7 13 42 VLT/X-shooter spectroscopy of the GRB 090926A afterglow. D'ELIA V., FYNBO J.P.U., COVINO S., et al.
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2005GCN..3706....1G 78 T                   1 4
GRB050730: Liverpool telescope optical observations.
GOMBOC A., GUIDORZI C., STEELE I.A., et al.
2005GCN..3707....1S 76 T                   1 1
GRB 050730 : planned XMM-newton observation.
SCHARTEL N.
2005GCN..3708....1C 77 T                   2 4
GRB 050730, SMARTS optical/IR afterglow observations.
COBB B.E. and BAILYN C.D.
2005GCN..3709....1C 87 T                   1 22
GRB 050730: redshift measurement based on Magellan/MIKE observations.
CHEN H.-W., THOMPSON I., PROCHASKA J.X., et al.
2005GCN..3710....1R 79 T                   1 6
GRB050730: confirmation of redshift.
ROL E., STARLING R., WIERSEMA K., et al.
2005GCN..3711....1J 77 T                   1 2
GRB050730, afterglow observations.
JACQUES C. and PIMENTEL E.
2005GCN..3712....1H 77 T                   1 3
GRB 050730: PROMPT VRcIc observations.
HAISLIP J., KIRSCHBROWN J., REICHART D., et al.
2005GCN..3713....1E 76 T                   1 1
GRB 050730 XMM-newton observation.
EHLE M. and JUAREZ B.
2005GCN..3714....1G 77 T                   1 2
GRB 050730: Swift XRT afterglow observations.
GRUPE D., KENNEA J.A. and BURROWS D.N.
2005GCN..3715....1M 78 T                   1 5
GRB050730: refined BAT analysis of the Swift-BAT burst.
MARKWARDT C.B., BARBIER L., BARTHELMY S., et al.
2005GCN..3716....1H 78 T                   1 4
GRB 050730, spectra and optical photometry.
HOLMAN M., GARNAVICH P. and STANEK K.Z.
2005GCN..3717....1B 80 T                   1 8 Swift/UVOT photometry of
GRB050730.
BLUSTIN A.J., HOLLAND S.T., CUCCHIARA A., et al.
2005GCN..3718....1B 77 T                   1 3
GRB 050730: RTT150 optical observations.
BURENIN R., TKACHENKO A., PAVLINSKY M., et al.
2005GCN..3720....1K 80 T                   1 8
GRB 050730: early TAROT optical observations.
KLOTZ A., BOER M. and ATTEIA J.L.
2005GCN..3722....1P 77 T                   1 2
GRB 050730: XRT refined analysis.
PERRI M., CAPALBI M., GIOMMI P., et al.
2005GCN..3727....1H 78 T                   1 4
GRB 050730, corrected photometry and break?
HOLMAN M., GARNAVICH P. and STANEK K.Z.
2005GCN..3732....1P 77 T                   1 3
GRB 050730: preliminary analysis of MIKE spectrum.
PROCHASKA J.X., CHEN H.-W., BLOOM J.S., et al.
2005GCN..3741....1D 78 T                   1 5
GRB 050730: OHP optical observations.
DAMERDJI Y., KLOTZ A., BOER M., et al.
2005GCN..3746....1D 79 T                   1 7
GRB050730: FORS1 and UVES/VLT low- and high-resolution spectroscopy.
D'ELIA V., MELANDRI A., FIORE F., et al.
2005GCN..3761....1C 77 T                   1 2
GRB050730: radio detection.
CAMERON P.B.
2005GCN..3775....1B 76 T                   4 3
GRB050730, optical observations.
BHATT B.C. and SAHU D.K.
2005GCN..3778....1K 78 T                   1 4
GRB 050730, optical observation.
KANNAPPAN S., GARNAVICH P., STANEK K.Z., et al.
2005GCN..3781....1V 76 T                   1 1
GRB 050730: WSRT radio observations.
VAN DER HORST A.J. and ROL E.
2005GCN..3810....1V 76 T                   1 1
GRB 050730: third epoch WSRT radio observations.
VAN DER HORST A.J. and ROL E.
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