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1981Ap&SS..75..135F 2 2 21 Optical studies on the regions of the gamma-ray bursts of Nov. 19, 1978 and March 5, 1979. FISHMAN G.J., DUTHIE J.G. and DUFOUR R.J.
1981Ap&SS..80....3M 80 338 Catalog of cosmic gamma-ray bursts from the KONUS experiment data. Parts I and II. MAZETS E.P., GOLENETSKII S.V., IL'INSKII V.N., et al.
1983ApJ...275L..59L 1 3 28 Optical radiation associated with gamma-ray bursts. LONDON R.A. and COMINSKY L.R.
1984A&A...134..301Z 1 2 12 Absorption of gamma-rays in the 5 March 1979 gamma-ray burst source. ZDZIARSKI A.A.
1984Ap&SS.107..191U 5 12 Generation of gamma-bursts by old magnetic neutron stars. USOV V.V.
1984IAUC.4008....0P 69 T                   1 1 ~ Coordinated observations of
GBS 0526-66.
1984Natur.307...41G 86 T                   1 1 85 Recurrent bursts in
GBS 0526-66, the source of the 5 March 1979 gamma-ray burst.
1984Natur.312...46P 78 T                   1 1 46 Detection of possible optical flashes the gamma-ray burst source
GBS 0526-66.
1984Natur.312..737R 71 T                   1 1 14 A 164-day period in gamma-ray bursts from
GBS 0526-66.
1985AJ.....90.2431T 1 19 85 Observations of a complete sample of brightest cluster galaxies with multiple nuclei. TONRY J.L.
1985Natur.318..448L 3 2 24 GB 841215, the fastest gamma-ray burst ? LAROS J.G., FENIMORE E.E., FIKANI M.M., et al.
1985S&W....24...69G 69 T                   1 1 0 Optische Strahlungsblitze von
GBS 0526-66.
1986ApJ...308L..17L 1 2 12 New synchrotron luminosity distance limit for the 1979 March 5 gamma-ray event. LIANG E.P.
1986Ap&SS.121...21A 26 21 A new approach to the possibilities of sigma (D)-dependence and distances of the supernova remnants. ALLAKHVERDIEV A.O., GUSEINOV O.H., KASUMOV F.K., et al.
1986BAAS...18..672R 1 0 EXOSAT observations of the 5 March 1979 gamma-ray burst source location. ROTHSCHILD R.E., LINGENFELTER R.E., HUETER G.L., et al.
1986BAAS...18..920C 2 0 Hard X-ray (soft gamma-ray bursts and the 79 March 5 transient. CLINE T., DESAI U., KOUVELIOTOU C., et al.
1986IBVS.2854....1F 70 T                   1 2 2 A possible variable star near the gamma ray burst source
GBS 0526-66.
1987ApJ...313..226S 1 9 37 Gamma-ray burster counterparts : infrared. SCHAEFER B.E., CLINE T.L., DESAI U., et al.
1987ApJ...317L..39M 1 2 14 Specular satellite reflection and the 1985 March 19 optical outburst in Perseus. MALEY P.D.
1987ApJ...322L..21K 5 3 67 SMM hard X-ray observations of the soft gamma-ray repeater 1806-20. KOUVELIOTOU C., NORRIS J.P., CLINE T.L., et al.
1987ApJS...64..305A 84 137 A second catalog of gamma-ray bursts : 1978-1980 localizations from the interplanetary network. ATTEIA J.L., BARAT C., HURLEY K., et al.
1987ApL....25..155C 70 T                   1 1 Detection of a possible optical burst from the gamma-ray burst source GBS
1987ApL....25..159V 70 T                   1 4 2 A search for radio pulses from
GBS 0526-66.
1987ApL....25..163P 70 T                   1 1 3 ESO observations of GRB
0526-66 during the 1984/1985 burst watch campaign.
1987ApL....25..173R 70 T                   1 1 0 EXOSAT observations of the 5 March 1979 gamma-ray burst source location (
GBS 0526-66).
1987Ap&SS.138..155G 1 6 30 Search for optical counterparts of gamma-ray burst sources. GREINER J., FLOHRER J., WENZEL W., et al.
1987BAAS...19..693L 15 0 A new look at an old gamma-ray burst. LAROS J.G., FENIMORE E.E., KLEBESADEL R.W., et al.
1987PAZh...13..406G 70 T                   1 1 3 Observations of gamma-ray burst from
GBS 0526-66.
1988Natur.331..320K 1 2 10 The origin and location of the 5 March 1979 gamma-ray burst. KAZANAS D.
1989A&A...214..148B 71 T                   1 1 4 Constraints on the optical counterpart of
GBS 0526-66.
1989A&A...223..141M 1 3 22 Possible identification of GB 791101. MOSKALENKO E.I., POPRAVKO G.V., KRAMER E.N., et al.
1989ApJ...346..960H 1 11 50 The angular distribution of gamma-ray bursts. HARTMANN D. and EPSTEIN R.I.
1989Ap&SS.155..141M 2 2 16 The microsecond variability of cosmic gamma-ray bursts. MITROFANOV I.G.
1989Natur.337..716B 2 1 11 A model for soft gamma-ray burst repeaters. BOER M., HAMEURY J.-M. and LASOTA J.P.
1990A&A...235..185M viz 6 14 Quiescent candidates for the repeating optical transient OT 1809+31. MOTCH C., HUDEC R. and CHRISTIAN C.
1990AcApS..10...36G 1 0 The investigation on the source properties of the March 5, 1979 gamma-ray burst. GUO Q.S. and SHI T.-Y.
1990ARA&A..28..401H 4 9 158 Gamma-ray bursts. HIGDON J.C. and LINGENFELTER R.E.
1990Ap&SS.164..277P 7 4 The statistical properties of cosmic gamma-ray bursts. POZANENKO A.S. and MITROFANOV I.G.
1990ChA&A..14..148G 1 ~ Properties of the 1979 March 5 gamma-ray burst source. GUO Q.-S. and SHI T.-Y.
1990Natur.344..313M 1 2 13 Recurrence times of gamma-ray bursts from neutron star/comet encounters. MITOFANOV I.G. and SAGDEEV R.Z.
1990S&T....80..143H 2 1 What are gamma-ray bursters ? HURLEY K.
1991A&A...249..118B 1 4 16 New constraints on neutron star models of gamma-ray bursts. II. X-ray observations of three gamma-ray burst error boxes. BOER M., HURLEY K., PIZZICHINI G., et al.
1991ApJ...366..240N 7 3 85 On the nature of soft gamma repeaters. NORRIS J.P., HERTZ P., WOOD K.S., et al.
1991ApJ...370..341D 2 6 X-ray echoes from gamma-ray bursts. DERMER C.D., HURLEY K.C. and HARTMANN D.H.
1991AZh....68..590M 3 3 Flyby of a comet through the magnetosphere of a neutron star : possible cause of cosmic gamma-ray bursts. MITROFANOV I.G. and SAGDEEV R.Z.
1991BAAS...23.1322F 1 2 The spectrum of the March 5th gamma-ray burst. FENIMORE E.E., EPSTEIN R.I., HO C., et al.
1991Msngr..66...61B 4 3 Looking for optical emission from gamma-ray bursters . BOER M., MOTCH C., PEDERSEN H., et al.
1992ApJ...392..179K 4 12 Search for soft Gamma repeaters in the SMM/HXRBS data. KOUVELIOTOU C., NORRIS J.P., WOOD K.S., et al.
1992ApJ...397..576L 2 2 Are repeaters responsible for gamma-ray burst ( V/Vmax) < 0.5 ? LINGENFELTER R.E. and HIGDON J.C.
1992ApJ...399..100C 2 2 17 Radiation transfer in gamma-ray bursts. CARRIGAN B.J. and KATZ J.I.
1992AcA....42..145P 142 T                   1 287 GB 790305 as a very strongly magnetized neutron star. PACZYNSKI B.
1992Natur.359..217B 6 4 97 Evidence for sub-millisecond structure in a gamma-ray burst. BHAT P.N., FISHMAN G.J., MEEGAN C.A., et al.
1993A&AS...97...35A 1 3 Gamma-ray burst observations. ATTEIA J.-L.
1993ApJ...408L...9M 1 2 10 Understanding soft gamma-ray repeaters in the context of the extragalactic radio pulsar origin of gamma-ray bursts. MELIA F. and FATUZZO M.
1993ApJ...416L..13W 1 9 47 A classical gamma-ray burst repeater GBS 0855-OO ? WANG V.C. and LINGENFELTER R.E.
1993MNRAS.262..506H 3 11 Strange-pulsar evolution and soft gamma-repeaters. HORVATH J.E., VUCETICH H. and BENVENUTO O.G.
1993MNRAS.263L...1I 7 1 A variable star in the vicinity of the soft gamma-ray repeater 1806-20. IRWIN M. and ZYTKOW A.N.
1993MNRAS.263...49F 5 17 The Magellanic clouds as the source of gamma-ray bursters. FABIAN A.C. and PODSIADLOWSKI P.
1993BAAS...25..923R 71 T                   2 ~ ROSAT HRI observation of the 5 March 1979
gamma ray burst site.
1993BAAS...25.1296F 2 ~ Physical processes in soft gamma-ray repeaters. FATUZZO M. and MELIA F.
1993Natur.362..728K 6 4 99 Recurrent burst activity from the soft gamma-ray repeater SGR 1900+14. KOUVELIOTOU C., FISHMAN G.J., MEEGAN C.A., et al.
1993Natur.365...33K 7 5 153 Identification of a supernova remnant coincident with the soft gamma-ray repeater SGR 1806-20. KULKARNI S.R. and FRAIL D.A.
1993PAZh...19..172F 12 ~ Hard X-ray observations of the LMC field with Sigma telescope on board "Granat". Upper limits on the flux from SN 1987A. FINOGUENOV A., GILFANOV M., GREBENEV S., et al.
1993PASAu..10..271W 7 0 Are gamma-ray bursts at cosmological distances? WEBSTER R. and BLAES O.
1993SciN..144..166C 3 0 Neutron stars : new link to gamma repeaters. COWEN R.
1994A&A...282L..17M 2 5 49 The radio/infrared counterpart of the hard X-ray transient in Aquila : a possible source of repeated soft gamma-ray bursts. MIRABEL I.F., DUC P.A., RODRIGUEZ L.F., et al.
1994ApJ...422..260K 16 28 Spectral evolution of gamma-ray bursts detected by the sigle experiment. I. Correlation between intensity and spectral hardness. KARGATIS V.E., LIANG E.P., HURLEY K.C., et al.
1994ApJ...423..709H 5 17 Upper limits to the soft gamma repeater population from the Lilas experiment aboard the PHOBOS mission. HURLEY K., ATTEIA J.-L., JOURDAIN E., et al.
1994ApJ...426L..73E 3 0 Are gamma-ray bursters in our galaxy ? EICHLER D.
1994ApJ...431L..31H 1 7 49 Network synthesis localization of two soft gamma repeaters. HURLEY K., SOMMER M., KOUVELIOTOU C., et al.
1994ApJ...431L..35V 1 14 83 Supernova remnant candidates for the soft gamma-ray repeater 1900+14. VASISHT G., KULKARNI S.R., FRAIL D.A., et al.
1994ApJ...431L..83T 37   K                 3 12 Postburst nebular emission of soft gamma-ray repeaters. TAVANI M.
1994ApJ...432..742F 3 4 57 The X-ray spectrum of the soft gamma repeater 1806-20. FENIMORE E.E., LAROD J.G. and ULMER A.
1994ApJ...436L..23S 1 9 50 Characteristics of the persistent emission of SGR 1806-20. SONOBE T., MURAKAMI T., KULKARNI S.R., et al.
1994ApJ...437L.111U 2 2 21 Super-Eddington radiation transfer in soft gamma repeaters. ULMER A.
1994ApJ...437..727K 1 4 25 Yet another model of soft gamma repeaters. KATZ J.I., TOOLE H.A. and UNRUH S.H.
1994ComAp..17..313W 6 0 Conference report : Highlights of the Second Huntsville Gamma Ray Burst Worshop (20-22 October 1993, Huntsville, Alabama). WANG J.C.L.
1994Natur.368..125K 4 8 140 The rarity of soft gamma-ray repeaters deduced from reactivation of SGR 1806-20. KOUVELIOTOU C., FISHMAN G.J., MEEGAN C.A., et al.
1994Natur.368..127M 10 4 160 X-ray identification of the soft gamma-ray repeater 1806-20. MURAKAMI T., TANAKA Y., KULKARNI S.R., et al.
1994Natur.368..129K 3 9 114 The radio nebula of the soft gamma-ray repeater 1806-20. KULKARNI S.R., FRAIL D.A., KASSIM N.E., et al.
1994Natur.368..432R 74 T                   10 124 Discovery of an X-ray source coincident with the soft gamma-ray repeater
1994IAUCo.151..367H 11 ~ Multi-wavelength flashes from GRBs. HARTMANN D.H.
1995A&A...303L...1L 2 6 45 Is Her X-1 a strange star? LI X.-D., DAI Z.-G. and WANG Z.-R.
1995ApJ...438..904M 36   K                 5 8 Physics of magnetospheric emission in soft gamma-ray repeaters. MELIA F. and FATUZZO M.
1995ApJ...440L..65V 1 10 38 Radio monitoring and high-resolution imaging of the soft gamma-ray repeater 1806-20. VASISHT G., FRAIL D.A. and KULKARNI S.R.
1995ApJ...440L..69B 7 2 46 Photon-splitting limits to the hardness of emission in strongly magnetized soft gamma repeaters. BARING M.G.
1995ApJ...440L..77M 13 2 78 Delayed switch-on of pulsars. MUSLIMOV A. and PAGE D.
1995ApJ...441..747W 20 23 Repeating sources of classical gamma-ray bursts. WANG V.C. and LINGENFELTER R.E.
1995ApJ...443..786C 6 4 74 The spectrum and pulses of 1E 2259+586 from ASCA and BBXRT observations. CORBET R.H.D., SMALE A.P., OZAKI M., et al.
1995ApJ...444L..33V 1 11 49 A luminous companion to SGR 1806-20. VAN KERKWIJK M.H., KULKARNI S.R., MATTHEWS K., et al.
1995ApJ...444..686S 3 8 Tests and consequences of disk plus halo models of gamma-ray burst sources. SMITH I.A.
1995ApJ...445..731S 3 3 An unusual high-energy transient. STROHMAYER T.E., FENIMORE E.E., MURAKAMI T., et al.
1995ApJ...448L..29M 3 3 32 Constraints on hydrostatic models of soft gamma-ray repeaters. MILLER M.C.
1995ApJ...448..623D 108 T K                 8 34 Negative search for a couterpart to the gamma-ray repeater source
DICKEL J.R., CHU J.-H., GELINO C., et al.
1995MNRAS.274..461B 3 22 261 The effects of high-velocity supernova kicks on the orbital properties and sky distributions of neutron-star binaries. BRANDT N. and PODSIADLOWSKI P.
1995MNRAS.275..255T 86 5 1297 The soft gamma repeaters as very stronly magnetized neutron stars. I. Radiative mechanism for outbursts. THOMPSON C. and DUNCAN R.C.
1995PASP..107..606S 33 4 Recent results from the Compton Gamma Ray Observatory. SHRADER C.R. and GEHRELS N.
1995PASP..107.1152L 1 13 75 The distance scale to gamma-ray bursts. LAMB D.Q.
1995PASP..107.1167P 14 2 88 How far away are gamma-ray bursters? PACZYNSKI B.
1995AZh....72..826I 4 3 A model for the origin of gamma bursts in the magnetospheres of old neutron stars. ISTOMIN Y.N. and MOSYAGIN D.V.
1995Ast....23l..56T 1 0 Gamma ray bursters : near or far ? TALCOTT R.
1995A&ARv...6..225H 38 19 Gamma-rays from neutron stars. HARTMANN D.H.
1995Ap&SS.231...49K 1 5 19 SGR activity and global characteristics. KOUVELIOTOU C.
1995Ap&SS.231...57M 71 T                   7 3 ASCA observations of two SGRs SGR1806-20 and SGR0526-66. MURAKAMI T.
1995Ap&SS.231...65M 4 4 Soft gamma-ray bursts from the superluminal source GRS 1915+105 ? MIRABEL I.F. and RODRIGUEZ L.F.
1995Ap&SS.231...69L 2 5 Models of soft gamma-ray repeater emissions. LIANG E.P.
1995Ap&SS.231...81H 1 2 7 Lognormal properties of SGR 1806-20 and implications for other SGR sources. HURLEY K.J., McBREEN B., DELANEY M., et al.
1995Ap&SS.231..181T 7 15 Shock high-energy emission mechanisms applied to SGRs and GRBs. TAVANI M.
1995Ap&SS.231..217L 100 8 Gamma-burst positions - are they reliable ? LUND N.
1995Ap&SS.231..431B 5 0 A theory for gamma ray and X-ray burst sources. BROWNE P.F.
1995S&W....34...95R 4 0 Weiche Gamma-Blitze von Neutronensternen. RADONS G.
1996A&A...307L...1S 6 3 BIMA observations of the Soft Gamma-Ray Repeaters. SMITH I.A., CHERNIN L.M. and HURLEY K.
1996A&A...314..146V 9 10 Infrared observations of soft gamma repeaters. VAN PARADIJS J., WATERS L.B.F.M., GROOT P.J., et al.
1996AJ....112..216H 94 0 ROSAT observations of gamma-ray burst error boxes. II. GRB 910814 and GRB 920525. HARRISON T.E., McNAMARA B.J., WILLIAMS C.L., et al.
1996ApJ...460..470B 2 10 62 Pulse frequency changes of 1E 2259+586 and the binary interpretation. BAYKAL A. and SWANK J.
1996ApJ...460..964F 37   K                 7 37 The 1979 March 5 gamma-ray transient: was it a classic gamma-ray burst? FENIMORE E.E., KLEBESADEL R.W. and LAROS J.G.
1996ApJ...463L..13H 18 29 A possible X-ray counterpart to SGR 1900+14. HURLEY K., LI P., VRBA F., et al.
1996ApJ...463..305K 5 1 16 The Eddington limit and soft gamma repeaters. KATZ J.I.
1996ApJ...464..316F 9 5 An in-depth study of magnetospheric emission in soft gamma-ray repeaters. FATUZZO M. and MELIA F.
1996ApJ...468..225V 12 22 The double infrared source toward the soft gamma-ray repeater SGR 1900+14. VRBA F.J., LUGINBUHL C.B., HURLEY K.C., et al.
1996ApJ...470..513M 8 17 ROSAT observations of the soft gamma-ray burst error box coincident with the supernova remnant N49. MARSDEN D., ROTHSCHILD R.E., LINGENFELTER R.E., et al.
1996ApJ...473..322T 31 11 1036 The soft gamma repeaters as very strongly magnetized neutron stars. II. Quiescent neutrino, x-ray, and alfven wave emission. THOMPSON C. and DUNCAN R.C.
1996Natur.379..775T 2 0 A new rapid X-ray repeater. THOMPSON C.
1996Natur.379..799K 9 4 112 A new type of transient high-energy source in the direction of the Galactic Centre. KOUVELIOTOU C., VAN PARADIJS J., FISHMAN G.J., et al.
1996Natur.382..518C 19 2 118 Earthquake-like behaviour of soft gamma-ray repeaters. CHENG B., EPSTEIN R.I., GUYER R.A., et al.
1997A&A...317L..87U 6 6 On the persistent X-ray emission from the soft γ-ray repeaters. USOV V.V.
1997A&A...319..923S 6 4 JCMT observations of Soft Gamma-Ray Repeaters. SMITH I.A., SCHULTZ A.S.B., HURLEY K., et al.
1997A&A...325..640G 53 2 Rapid follow-up ROSAT observation of GRB 940301. GREINER J., BADE N., HURLEY K., et al.
1997ApJ...478..624C 1 16 63 The distance of the soft gamma repeater SGR 1806-20. CORBEL S., WALLYN P., DAME T.M., et al.
1997ApJ...480L.129F 1 9 29 The changing stucture of the radio nebula around the soft gamma-ray repeater Sgr 1806-20. FRAIL D.A., VASISHT G. and KULKARNI S.R.
1997ApJ...484..720D 6 6 The halo beaming model for gamma-ray bursts. DUNCAN R.C. and LI H.
1997ApJ...489L..67H 5 4 71 Powering anomalous X-ray pulsars by neutron star cooling. HEYL J.S. and HERNQUIST L.
1997ApJ...490..823L 16 2 ROSAT X-ray observation of the second error box for Sgr 1900+14. LI P., HURLEY K., VRBA F., et al.
1997ApJ...491L..95H 12 1 38 The thermal evolution of ultramagnetized neutron stars. HEYL J.S. and HERNQUIST L.
1998A&A...330.1067C 5 3 IR observations of SGR 1806-20 during the November 1996 active period. CASTRO-TIRADO A.J., GOROSABEL J. and HAMMERSLEY P.
1998A&A...336..397D 2 6 36 Do soft gamma repeaters emit gravitational waves? DE FREITAS PACHECO J.A.
1998ApJ...498L..45D 31 2 186 Global seismic oscillations in soft gamma repeaters. DUNCAN R.C.
1998ApJ...505..732H 2 26 171 ASCA X-ray spectroscopy of Large Magellanic Cloud supernova remnants and the metal abundances of the Large Magellanic Cloud. HUGHES J.P., HAYASHI I. and KOYAMA K.
1998ApJ...506L..61H 28 2 172 How common are magnetars? the consequences of magnetic field decay. HEYL J.S. and KULKARNI S.R.
1998ApJ...507L..55B 3 13 155 Radio-quiet pulsars with ultrastrong magnetic fields. BARING M.G. and HARDING A.K.
1998MNRAS.298..692F viz 28 11 A radio survey of supersoft, persistent and transient X-ray sources in the Magellanic Clouds. FENDER R.P., SOUTHWELL K. and TZIOUMIS A.K.
1998IAUC.7002Q...1C 2 ~ SGR 1900+14. CLINE T.L., MAZETS E.P., GOLENETSKII S.V., et al.
1998MmSAI..69..791H 52 9 A cradle census: evidence for young neutron stars in supernova remnants. HELFAND D.J.
1998MmSAI..69..819M 28 6 Anomalous pulsars and other radio quiet neutron stars in supernova remnants. MEREGHETTI S.
1998MmSAI..69.1031B 10 0 Pulsars: radio loud and radio quiet. BARING M.G. and HARDING A.K.
1998Natur.393..215K 7 14 Neutron stars: a star powered by magnetism. KULKARNI S.R. and THOMPSON C.
1998Natur.393..235K 59 5 893 An X-ray pulsar with a superstrong magnetic field in the soft gamma-ray repeater SGR 1806-20. KOUVELIOTOU C., DIETERS S., STROHMAYER T., et al.
1998PhRvL..80...18C 2 9 56 Are soft gamma-ray repeaters strange stars ? CHENG K.S. and DAI Z.G.
1998PhRvL..80.2988M 3 7 Gravitational-wave bursts from soft gamma-ray repeaters : can they be detected ? MOSQUERA CUESTA H.J., DE ARAUJO J.C.N., AGUIAR O.D., et al.
1998PAZh...24..827G 3 ~ Starquakes on SGR 1806-20 and other neutron stars. GOLITSYN G.S.
1998ARep...42...68L 22 2 Evidence for the emission of gamma-ray bursts by the flare star AB Dor. LUCHKOV B.I. and POLYASHOVA O.M.
1999A&A...341..487C 72 T                   3 3 A first glance at SGR 0526-66 only 2.6 days after 5 March 1979. CASTRO-TIRADO A.J. and GOROSABEL J.
1999A&A...346..929I 1 11 35 BeppoSAX monitoring of the "anomalous" X-ray pulsar 4U 0142+61. ISRAEL G.L., OOSTERBROEK T., ANGELINI L., et al.
1999A&A...350..457E 22 32 Gamma ray bursts versus OB associations: do they trigger star formation? EFREMOV Y.N., EHLEROVA S. and PALOUS J.
1999A&A...350..891F 1 16 48 ISO observations of the environment of the soft gamma-ray repeater SGR 1806-20. FUCHS Y., MIRABEL F., CHATY S., et al.
1999ApJ...510L.107H 2 9 64 Reactivation and precise interplanetary network localization of the soft gamma repeater SGR 1900+14. HURLEY K., KOUVELIOTOU C., WOODS P., et al.
1999ApJ...510L.111H 5 11 193 ASCA discovery of an X-ray pulsar in the error box of SGR 1900+14. HURLEY K., LI P., KOUVELIOTOU C., et al.
1999ApJ...510L.115K 20 6 365 Discovery of a magnetar associated with the soft gamma repeater SGR 1900+14. KOUVELIOTOU C., STROHMAYER T., HURLEY K., et al.
1999ApJ...510L.119M 2 5 40 Accurate position of SGR 1900+14 by bursts and changes in pulse period and folded pulse profile with ASCA. MURAKAMI T., KUBO S., SHIBAZAKI N., et al.
1999ApJ...513L..45L 1 15 51 Could 2S 0114+650 be a magnetar? LI X.-D. and VAN DEN HEUVEL E.P.J.
1999ApJ...515L...9F 5 4 67 A giant outburst from Sgr 1900+14 observed with the BeppoSAX gamma-ray burst monitor. FEROCI M., FRONTERA F., COSTA E., et al.
1999ApJ...518L.103W 3 5 49 BEPPOSAX observations of Sgr 1900+14 in quiescence and during an active period. WOODS P.M., KOUVELIOTOU C., VAN PARADIJS J., et al.
1999ApJ...519L.139W 7 7 148 Discovery of a new soft gamma repeater, Sgr 1627-41. WOODS P.M., KOUVELIOTOU C., VAN PARADIJS J., et al.
1999ApJ...519L.143H 1 8 34 Precise interplanetary network localization of a new soft gamma repeater, Sgr 1627-41. HURLEY K., KOUVELIOTOU C., WOODS P., et al.
1999ApJ...519L.147S 1 8 29 Rossi X-ray timing explorer all-sky monitor localization of Sgr 1627-41. SMITH D.A., BRADT H.V. and LEVINE A.M.
1999ApJ...519L.151M 2 5 36 Unusual burst emission from the new soft gamma repeater Sgr 1627-41. MAZETS E.P., APTEKAR R.L., BUTTERWORTH P.S., et al.
1999ApJ...520L.107M 2 8 55 Is Sgr 1900+14 a magnetar?. MARSDEN D., ROTHSCHILD R.E. and LINGENFELTER R.E.
1999ApJ...524L..55W 5 6 106 Variable spin-down in the soft gamma repeater Sgr 1900+14 and correlations with burst activity. WOODS P.M., KOUVELIOTOU C., VAN PARADIJS J., et al.
1999ApJ...525L.125H 18 3 169 Magnetar spin-down. HARDING A.K., CONTOPOULOS I. and KAZANAS D.
1999ApJ...526L..37G 1 12 62 A new supernova remnant coincident with the slow X-ray pulsar AX J1845-0258. GAENSLER B.M., GOTTHELF E.V. and VASISHT G.
1999AN....320..257M 7 3 Soft gamma-ray repeaters and superstrong magnetic fields. MURAKAMI T.
1999AN....320..260H 4 5 Theory of magnetars. HARDING A.K.
1999Natur.397...41H 24 5 368 A giant periodic flare from the soft gamma-ray repeater SGR 1900+14. HURLEY K., CLINE T., MAZETS E., et al.
1999Natur.398..127F 5 7 114 An outburst of relativistic particles from the soft gamma-ray repeater SGR 1900+14. FRAIL D.A., KULKARNI S.R. and BLOOM J.S.
1999PSci..265...84H 7 1 Les magnetoiles. HURLEY K.
1999AstL...25...74E 14 11 Stellar arcs and gamma-ray bursts. EFREMOV Y.N.
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