GRB 050904 , the SIMBAD biblio

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2005A&A...443L...1T 169 T K                 1 115
GRB 050904 at redshift 6.3: observations of the oldest cosmic explosion after the Big Bang.
2005GCN..3910....1C 84 T                   1 20
GRB050904: Swift-BAT detection of a probable burst.
2005GCN..3911....1K 75 T                   1 2
GRB 050904: TAROT optical limits.
2005GCN..3912....1F 75 T                   1 3
GRB050904: P60 observations.
2005GCN..3913....1H 77 T                   1 7
GRB 050904: SOAR/PROMPT observations.
2005GCN..3914....1H 80 T                   1 12
GRB 050904: possible high-redshift GRB.
2005GCN..3915....1R 75 T                   1 3
GRB 050904: environmental constraints.
2005GCN..3916....1D 74 T                   1 0
GRB050904: optical observations.
2005GCN..3917....1K 76 T                   1 5
GRB 050904: TAROT optical measurements.
2005GCN..3918....1P 75 T                   1 2
GRB 050904: BAT refined analysis of partial data set.
2005GCN..3919....1H 75 T                   1 3
GRB 050904: SOAR YJ and PROMPT Ic observations.
2005GCN..3920....1M 77 T                   1 6
GRB 050904: early Swift XRT analysis results.
2005GCN..3921....1D 75 T                   1 3
GRB 050904: NIR object inside the XRT error box.
2005GCN..3922....1N 75 T                   1 2
GRB 050904: afterglow astrometry.
2005GCN..3923....1C 75 T                   1 3
GRB 050904: Swift/UVOT observations.
2005GCN..3924....1A 79 T                   1 11
GRB 050904: photometric redshift.
2005GCN..3925....1M 74 T                   1 0
GRB 050904: more SOAR.
2005GCN..3928....1A 74 T                   1 0
GRB 050904: did SWIFT/XRT see the prompt GRB emission ?
2005GCN..3929....1J 76 T                   1 5
GRB 050904: Bootes early R-band detection.
2005GCN..3930....1D 74 T                   1 1
GRB 050904: more VLT NIR observations.
2005GCN..3932....1P 75 T                   1 3
GRB 050904: Keck I-band imaging.
2005GCN..3937....1K 91 T                   1 34
GRB 050904: Subaru optical spectroscopy.
2005GCN..3938....1S 83 T                   1 19
GRB 050904 BAT refined analysis of complete data set.
2005GCN..3939....1R 74 T                   1 1
GRB050904: CrAO optical observations.
2006A&A...447..145V 1 22 45 Low-resolution VLT spectroscopy of GRBs 991216, 011211 and 021211. VREESWIJK P.M., SMETTE A., FRUCHTER A.S., et al.
2006A&A...447..897J 2 40 224 A mean redshift of 2.8 for Swift gamma-ray bursts. JAKOBSSON P., LEVAN A., FYNBO J.P.U., et al.
2006A&A...448L...9M viz 72 42 A refined position catalogue of the Swift XRT afterglows. MORETTI A., PERRI M., CAPALBI M., et al.
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...451L..39K 1         O           11 42 Continuous optical monitoring during the prompt emission of GRB 060111B. KLOTZ A., GENDRE B., STRATTA G., et al.
2006A&A...451L..47F 5 14 145 Probing cosmic chemical evolution with gamma-ray bursts: GRB 060206 at z = 4.048. FYNBO J.P.U., STARLING R.L.C., LEDOUX C., 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...453..797B 1 10 32 The Swift satellite and redshifts of long gamma-ray bursts. BAGOLY Z., MESZAROS A., BALAZS L.G., et al.
2006A&A...455..413G         O           13 22 Long-term flaring activity of XRF 011030 observed with BeppoSAX. GALLI A. and PIRO L.
2006A&A...455..433M 1 13 35 Observations of the intense and ultra-long burst GRB 041219a with the Germanium spectrometer on INTEGRAL. McBREEN S., HANLON L., McGLYNN S., 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...456..917R 9         O           8 158 Panchromatic study of GRB 060124: from precursor to afterglow. ROMANO P., CAMPANA S., CHINCARINI G., et al.
2006ApJ...636L..29P 19 4 153 Flares in long and short gamma-ray bursts: a common origin in a hyperaccreting accretion disk. PERNA R., ARMITAGE P.J. and ZHANG B.
2006ApJ...636L..69W 79 T                   6 48 The optical flare and afterglow light curve of
GRB 050904 at redshift z=6.29.
WEI D.M., YAN T. and FAN Y.Z.
2006ApJ...637L..69W 77 T                   11 56 Outshining the quasars at reionization: the X-ray spectrum and light curve of the redshift 6.29 gamma-ray burst
GRB 050904.
2006ApJ...638L..71B 85 T       O           4 86 Detection of a very bright optical flare from the gamma-ray burst
GRB 050904 at redshift 6.29.
2006ApJ...642L..99W viz 5 4 42 RAPTOR observations of delayed explosive activity in the high-redshift gamma-ray burst GRB 060206. WOZNIAK P.R., VESTRAND W.T., WREN J.A., et al.
2006ApJ...642..382B 42 2 171 High-redshift gamma-ray bursts from population III progenitors. BROMM V. and LOEB A.
2006ApJ...642..979B 6 7 95 Spectroscopy of GRB 050505 at z = 4.275: a logN(H i) = 22.1 DLA host galaxy and the nature of the progenitor. BERGER E., PENPRASE B.E., CENKO S.B., et al.
2006ApJ...645..851P 75 T                   17 29 Cosmological implications of the very high redshift
GRB 050904.
2006ApJ...646L..25Z 5 6 A comptonization model for the prompt optical and infrared emission of GRB 041219A. ZHENG Z., LU Y. and ZHAO Y.-H.
2006ApJ...646L..99F 13 2 54 An energetic afterglow from a distant stellar explosion. FRAIL D.A., CAMERON P.B., KASLIWAL M., et al.
2006ApJ...646.1098Z 89 T                   1 28 Is
GRB 050904 a superlong burst?
ZOU Y.C., DAI Z.G. and XU D.
2006ApJ...647.1213O 3 46 304 The early X-ray emission from GRBs. O'BRIEN P.T., WILLINGALE R., OSBORNE J., et al.
2006ApJ...648.1117K 1 6 15 GRB 050717: a long, short-lag, high-peak energy burst observed by Swift and Konus. KRIMM H.A., HURKETT C., PAL'SHIN V., et al.
2006ApJ...648.1132L 14 11 The first Swift X-ray flash: the faint afterglow of XRF 050215B. LEVAN A.J., OSBORNE J.P., TANVIR N.R., et al.
2006MNRAS.368..371W 21 37 Constraining the cosmological parameters and transition redshift with gamma-ray bursts and supernovae. WANG F.Y. and DAI Z.G.
2006MNRAS.368.1101H 1 8 21 GRB 050505: a high-redshift burst discovered by Swift. HURKETT C.P., OSBORNE J.P., PAGE K.L., et al.
2006MNRAS.369..197F 2 22 117 Gamma-ray burst efficiency and possible physical processes shaping the early afterglow. FAN Y. and PIRAN T.
2006MNRAS.370L..24F 3 5 30 Sub-GeV flashes in γ-ray burst afterglows as probes of underlying bright far-ultraviolet flares. FAN Y. and PIRAN T.
2006MNRAS.372..233A 2 66 264 The Ep,i-Eisocorrelation in gamma-ray bursts: updated observational status, re-analysis and main implications. AMATI L.
2006PASP..118..288G 34 35 The automatic real-time gamma-ray burst pipeline of the 2 M Liverpool telescope. GUIDORZI C., MONFARDINI A., GOMBOC A., et al.
2006PASP..118..733C 27 2 SDSS preburst observations of recent gamma-ray burst fields. COOL R.J., EISENSTEIN D.J., HOGG D.W., et al.
2006ARA&A..44..415F 86           X         2 23 548 Observational constraints on cosmic reionization. FAN X., CARILLI C.L. and KEATING B.
2006AN....327..387G 1 5 11 The Square Kilometre Array: a new probe of cosmic magnetism. GAENSLER B.M.
2006Natur.440..181H 83 T                   7 117 A photometric redshift of z = 6.39 +_ 0.12 for
GRB 050904.
2006Natur.440..184K 21 5 219 An optical spectrum of the afterglow of a gamma-ray burst at a redshift of z = 6.295. KAWAI N., KOSUGI G., AOKI K., et al.
2006PhRvL..97e1101M 5 4 46 High energy neutrino flashes from far-ultraviolet and X-ray flares in gamma-ray bursts. MURASE K. and NAGATAKI S.
2006RPPh...69.2259M 22 19 837 Gamma-ray bursts. MESZAROS P.
2006S&T...111a..48J 1 0 SWIFT : the satellite that's always on call. JOHNSTON L.R.
2006APh....25..402E 1 36 110 Robust limits on Lorentz violation from gamma-ray bursts. ELLIS J., MAVROMATOS N.E., NANOPOULOS D.V., et al.
2006GCN..5300....1W 76 T                   1 2 Host galaxy of
GRB050904: 250 GHz upper limit with MAMBO at the IRAM 30m.
2006ChJAA...6..323S 2 1 A one-dimensional relativistic shock model for the light curve of gamma-ray bursts. SU C.-Y., QIN Y.-P., FAN J.-H., et al.
2006PASJ...58..485T 9 10 182 Implications for cosmic reionization from the optical afterglow spectrum of the gamma-ray burst 050904 at z = 6.3. TOTANI T., KAWAI N., KOSUGI G., et al.
2006ApJ...650..252H 15 2 Imprint of gravitational lensing by population III stars in gamma-ray burst light curves. HIROSE Y., UMEMURA M., YONEHARA A., et al.
2006ApJ...650..272P 1 14 43 On the perils of curve-of-growth analysis: systematic abundance underestimates for the gas in gamma-ray burst host galaxies. PROCHASKA J.X.
2006ApJ...651..328L 7 3 42 The upstream magnetic field of collisionless GRB shocks. LI Z. and WAXMAN E.
2006ApJ...652..490C 1 20 77 Multiwavelength observations of GRB 050820A: an exceptionally energetic event followed from start to finish. CENKO S.B., KASLIWAL M., HARRISON F.A., et al.
2006MNRAS.372.1034D 50 1 101 The redshift distribution of Swift gamma-ray bursts: evidence for evolution. DAIGNE F., ROSSI E.M. and MOCHKOVITCH R.
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.
2006A&A...460L..13J 2 27 118 HI column densities of z > 2 Swift gamma-ray bursts. JAKOBSSON P., FYNBO J.P.U., LEDOUX C., et al.
2006A&A...460..415P 1 19 40 Multi-wavelength afterglow observations of the high redshift GRB 050730. PANDEY S.B., CASTRO-TIRADO A.J., McBREEN S., et al.
2007ApJ...654L..17C 24 1 49 A metal-rich molecular cloud surrounds GRB 050904 at redshift 6.3. CAMPANA S., LAZZATI D., RIPAMONTI E., et al.
2007MNRAS.374..525W 1 6 17 The GRB early optical flashes from internal shocks: application to GRB 990123, GRB 041219a and GRB 060111b. WEI D.M.
2007A&A...462...73C 1 12 30 Swift observations of GRB 050904: the most distant cosmic explosion ever observed. CUSUMANO G., MANGANO V., CHINCARINI G., et al.
2007GCN..6018....1B 75 T                   1 1
GRB 050904: second epoch of HST/NICMOS observations.
2007A&A...462..565G 1         O           19 44 The gamma-ray burst 050904: evidence for a termination shock? GENDRE B., GALLI A., CORSI A., et al.
2007ApJ...656L..49S 34 1 68 The gamma-ray burst luminosity function in the light of the Swift 2 year data. SALVATERRA R. and CHINCARINI G.
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.
2007AJ....133.1027B viz 15       D               179 45 Refined astrometry and positions for 179 Swift X-ray afterglows. BUTLER N.R.
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...657..925Y 1 21 48 Exploring broadband GRB behavior during γ-ray emission. YOST S.A., SWAN H.F., RYKOFF E.S., et al.
2007A&A...464L..11M 63           X         1 1 50 Wind anisotropies and GRB progenitors. MEYNET G. and MAEDER A.
2007A&A...464L..25C 188           X C       4 8 12 Near real-time selection of high redshift GRBs with Swift. CAMPANA S., TAGLIAFERRI G., MALESANI D., et al.
2007A&A...466..127G 38           X         1 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.
2007MNRAS.376.1189M 44           X         1 3 41 AMRVAC and relativistic hydrodynamic simulations for gamma-ray burst afterglow phases. MELIANI Z., KEPPENS R., CASSE F., et al.
2007MNRAS.376.1375C 38           X         1 13 13 Numerical counterparts of GRB host galaxies. COURTY S., BJORNSSON G. and GUDMUNDSSON E.H.
2007AJ....133.2216G 56 33 Redshift filtering by Swift apparent X-ray column density. GRUPE D., NOUSEK J.A., VANDEN BERK D.E., et al.
2007ApJ...660...16S 1 81 267 The Hubble diagram to redshift >6 from 69 gamma-ray bursts. SCHAEFER B.E.
2007MNRAS.376.1861F 40           X         1 12 53 Constraints on physical properties of z ∼ 6 galaxies using cosmological hydrodynamic simulations. FINLATOR K., DAVE R. and OPPENHEIMER B.D.
2007ApJ...660L.101W 1 23 70 Very different X-Ray-to-optical column density ratios in γ-ray burst afterglows: ionization in GRB environments. WATSON D., HJORTH J., FYNBO J.P.U., et al.
2007ApJ...660..923M 4 5 49 Constraints on reionization and source properties from the absorption spectra of z > 6.2 quasars. MESINGER A. and HAIMAN Z.
2007ApJ...660.1319S 2 9 52 Behavior of X-ray dust scattering and implications for X-ray afterglows of gamma-ray bursts. SHAO L. and DAI Z.G.
2007ApJ...661L...9S 17 2 71 Dust properties at z = 6.3 in the host galaxy of GRB 050904. STRATTA G., MAIOLINO R., FIORE F., et al.
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.
2007A&A...467L..41M 1 3 6 GRB blastwaves through wind-shaped circumburst media. MELIANI Z. and KEPPENS R.
2007RMxAA..43..203F 10 1 21 Long Gamma-Ray Burst prompt emission properties as a cosmological tool. FIRMANI C., AVILA-REESE V., GHISELLINI G., et al.
2007ApJ...662.1093W 111 191 Testing the standard fireball model of gamma-ray bursts using late X-ray afterglows measured by Swift. WILLINGALE R., O'BRIEN P.T., OSBORNE J.P., et al.
2007PASJ...59...67H 7 9 A search for CO(J=3-2) emission from the host galaxy of GRB 980425 with the Atacama submillimeter telescope experiment. HATSUKADE B., KOHNO K., ENDO A., et al.
2007A&A...468..103G 1 9 27 Swift multi-wavelength observations of the bright flaring burst GRB 051117A. GOAD M.R., PAGE K.L., GODET O., et al.
2007ApJ...663..407B 1 27 100 X-ray hardness evolution in GRB afterglows and flares: late-time GRB activity without NHVariations. BUTLER N.R. and KOCEVSKI D.
2007A&A...469L..13M 6 14 177 REM observations of GRB 060418 and GRB 060607A: the onset of the afterglow and the initial fireball. Lorentz factor determination. MOLINARI E., VERGANI S.D., MALESANI D., et al.
2007ApJ...663L..57P 3 4 30 Properties of a gamma-ray burst host galaxy at z ∼ 5. PRICE P.A., SONGAILA A., COWIE L.L., et al.
2007ApJ...663.1125P 40           X         1 17 88 GRB 061121: broadband spectral evolution through the prompt and afterglow phases of a bright burst. PAGE K.L., WILLINGALE R., OSBORNE J.P., et al.
2007ApJ...664L...5K 3 2 12 Observations of the optical afterglow of GRB 050319: the wind-to-ISM transition in view. KAMBLE A., RESMI L. and MISRA K.
2007ApJ...664..384D 38           X         1 18 31 Rapid X-ray declines and plateaus in Swift GRB light curves explained by a highly radiative blast wave. DERMER C.D.
2007MNRAS.378.1043J 40           X         1 9 47 GRB 060418 and 060607A: the medium surrounding the progenitor and the weak reverse shock emission. JIN Z.P. and FAN Y.Z.
2007A&A...470..515F 116           X         3 5 38 Selection effects shaping the gamma ray burst redshift distributions. FIORE F., GUETTA D., PIRANOMONTE S., et al.
2007A&A...471...83P 38           X         1 9 15 The exceptionally extended flaring activity in the X-ray afterglow. of GRB 050730 observed with Swift and XMM-Newton. PERRI M., GUETTA D., ANTONELLI L.A., et al.
2007ApJ...665..102B 4 5 42 Hubble Space Telescope and Spitzer observations of the afterglow and host galaxy of GRB 050904 at z = 6.295. BERGER E., CHARY R., COWIE L.L., et al.
2007ApJ...665..599T 11 5 119 Swift observations of GRB 070110: an extraordinary X-ray afterglow powered by the central engine. TROJA E., CUSUMANO G., O'BRIEN P.T., et al.
2007ApJ...665L..97L 3 2 15 An extra long X-ray plateau in a gamma-ray burst and the spinar paradigm. LIPUNOV V. and GORBOVSKOY E.
2007MmSAI..78..557T 8 0 Gamma-ray bursts and the future gamma-ray missions. TOSTI G.
2007ApJ...666..267P 18       D               2 20 158 Probing the interstellar medium near star-forming regions with gamma-ray burst afterglow spectroscopy: gas, metals, and dust. PROCHASKA J.X., CHEN H.-W., DESSAUGES-ZAVADSKY M., et al.
2007MNRAS.379..619R 38           X         1 52 17 Testing the gamma-ray burst variability/peak luminosity correlation on a Swift homogeneous sample. RIZZUTO D., GUIDORZI C., ROMANO P., et al.
2007MNRAS.380L..45S 188           X C F     3 13 15 On the detection of very high redshift gamma-ray bursts with Swift. SALVATERRA R., CAMPANA S., CHINCARINI G., et al.
2007ApJ...667....1W 18 1 37 Measuring dark energy with gamma-ray bursts and other cosmological probes. WANG F.Y., DAI Z.G. and ZHU Z.-H.
2007ApJ...667..358A 2 14 68 MAGIC upper limits on the very high energy emission from gamma-ray bursts. ALBERT J., ALIU E., ANDERHUB H., et al.
2007MNRAS.380.1041S 39           X         1 15 49 Extreme properties of GRB061007: a highly energetic or a highly collimated burst ? SCHADY P., DE PASQUALE M., PAGE M.J., et al.
2007ApJ...667L.125C 43 63 A new constraint on the escape fraction in distant galaxies using γ-ray burst afterglow spectroscopy. CHEN H.-W., PROCHASKA J.X. and GNEDIN N.Y.
2007MNRAS.380.1715I 166           X         4 1 30 The radio to infrared emission of very high redshift gamma-ray bursts: probing early star formation through molecular and atomic absorption lines. INOUE S., OMUKAI K. and CIARDI B.
2007ApJ...668..392G 5 2 21 GLAST prospects for Swift-era afterglows. GOU L.-J. and MESZAROS P.
2007ApJ...668L.107M 4 4 33 Dust in the wind: crystalline silicates, corundum, and periclase in PG 2112+059. MARKWICK-KEMPER F., GALLAGHER S.C., HINES D.C., et al.
2007ApJ...668.1083G 1 7 24 Modeling GRB 050904: autopsy of a massive stellar explosion at z=6.29. GOU L.-J., FOX D.B. and MESZAROS P.
2007GCN..6967....1S 3 1 GRB 071021: possible high-z burst. SAKAMOTO T., GEHRELS N. and PAGE K.
2007ApJ...669....1R 2 12 58 Detection of GRB 060927 at z = 5.47: implications for the use of gamma-ray bursts as probes of the end of the dark ages. RUIZ-VELASCO A.E., SWAN H., TROJA E., et al.
2007A&A...474..793G viz 13 22 GRB 070311: a direct link between the prompt emission and the afterglow. GUIDORZI C., VERGANI S.D., SAZONOV S., et al.
2007A&A...475..421G 15       D               2 25 20 High energy afterglows and flares from gamma-ray burst by inverse Compton emission. GALLI A. and PIRO L.
2006Natur.440..164C 41 1 82 Gamma-ray bursts: Huge explosion in the early Universe. CUSUMANO G., CHINCARINI G., PANAITESCU A., et al.
2007MNRAS.382..325B 90           X         1 2 210 The observed ionization rate of the intergalactic medium and the ionizing emissivity at z ≥ 5: evidence for a photon-starved and extended epoch of reionization. BOLTON J.S. and HAEHNELT M.G.
2007MNRAS.382..342C 90       D         F     2 56 38 Spectral analysis of Swift long gamma-ray bursts with known redshift. CABRERA J.I., FIRMANI C., AVILA-REESE V., et al.
2007ApJ...670..919K 31 1 62 Lyα emitters in hierarchical galaxy formation. KOBAYASHI M.A.R., TOTANI T. and NAGASHIMA M.
2007A&A...476.1401G 15       D               1 152 56 Accurate early positions for Swift GRBs: enhancing X-ray positions with UVOT astrometry. GOAD M.R., TYLER L.G., BEARDMORE A.P., et al.
2007ApJ...671..272C 117           X         3 6 49 Spitzer observations of gamma-ray burst host galaxies: a unique window into high-redshift chemical evolution and star formation. CHARY R., BERGER E. and COWIE L.
2007ApJ...671..656B 15       D               2 221 189 A complete catalog of Swift gamma-ray burst spectra and durations: demise of a physical origin for pre-Swift high-energy correlations. BUTLER N.R., KOCEVSKI D., BLOOM J.S., et al.
2007ApJ...671.1868A 15       D               1 113 19 An estimation of the gamma-ray burst afterglow apparent optical brightness distribution function. AKERLOF C.W. and SWAN H.F.
2007ApJ...671.1903C 17       D   O           1 36 166 The first survey of X-ray flares from gamma-ray bursts observed by Swift: temporal properties and morphology. CHINCARINI G., MORETTI A., ROMANO P., et al.
2007ApJ...671.1921F 16       D               6 44 117 The first survey of X-ray flares from gamma-ray bursts observed by Swift: spectral properties and energetics. FALCONE A.D., MORRIS D., RACUSIN J., et al.
2008ApJ...672...59P 17       D               1 16 85 On the nature of velocity fields in high-z galaxies. PROCHASKA J.X., CHEN H.-W., WOLFE A.M., et al.
2007ChJAA...7..397H 7 1 14 A detailed study on the equal arrival time surface effect in gamma-ray burst afterglows. HUANG Y.-F., LU Y., WONG A.Y.L., et al.
2008MNRAS.383.1397L 227       S   X   F     4 11 9 Spinar paradigm and the central engine of gamma-ray bursts. LIPUNOV V.M. and GORBOVSKOY E.S.
2008MNRAS.383.1143P 227           X C F     4 22 38 X-ray flares, plateaus and chromatic breaks of GRB afterglows from up-scattered forward-shock emission. PANAITESCU A.
2008MNRAS.384..504S 38           X         1 19 15 Swift captures the spectrally evolving prompt emission of GRB070616. STARLING R.L.C., O'BRIEN P.T., WILLINGALE R., et al.
2008A&A...480....5G 53       D   O X         2 14 18 Gamma-ray burst high energy emission from internal shocks. GALLI A. and GUETTA D.
2008ApJS..175..179S viz 42           X         1 13 118 The first Swift BAT gamma-ray burst catalog. SAKAMOTO T., BARTHELMY S.D., BARBIER L., et al.
2008MNRAS.384.1725H 40           X         1 6 24 Extinction curves flattened by reverse shocks in supernovae. HIRASHITA H., NOZAWA T., TAKEUCHI T.T., et al.
2008AN....329..280B 5 7 Transient detection and classification. BECKER A.C.
2007ARep...51.1004L viz 54 9 Optical observations of gamma-ray bursts, the discovery of supernovae 2005bv, 2005ee, and 2006ak, and searches for transients using the "MASTER" robotic telescope. LIPUNOV V.M., KORNILOV V.G., KRYLOV A.V., et al.
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