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1998A&A...336L..69H 1 11 46 GRB afterglows: from ultra-relativistic to non-relativistic phase. HUANG Y.F., DAI Z.G. and LU T.
1998A&A...339L..37O 13 37 The absorption properties of gamma-ray burst afterglows measured by BeppoSAX. OWENS A., GUAINAZZI M., OOSTERBROEK T., et al.
1998A&A...340..447M 7 1 On the true energy budget of GRB 970508 and GRB 971214. MITRA A.
1998ApJ...504L..87W 1 35 125 The supernova-gamma-ray burst connection. WANG L. and WHEELER J.C.
1998ApJ...506L..27K 1 18 58 On the association of gamma-ray bursts with supernovae. KIPPEN R.M., BRIGGS M.S., KOMMERS J.M., et al.
1998ApJ...506L.105B 37   K                 20 76 Expected characteristics of the subclass of supernova gamma-ray bursts. BLOOM J.S., KULKARNI S.R., HARRISON F., et al.
1998ApJ...507L.131C 2 5 37 Supernovae, pulsars, and gamma-ray bursts: a unified picture. CEN R.
1998ApJ...507L.135S 8 5 126 Fossil imprints of the first-generation supernova ejecta in extremely metal-deficient stars. SHIGEYAMA T. and TSUJIMOTO T.
1998ApJ...508L..17D 9 7 201 Spectroscopy of the host galaxy of the gamma-ray burst 980703. DJORGOVSKI S.G., KULKARNI S.R., BLOOM J.S., et al.
1998ApJ...508..752C 4 11 Energy-dependent gamma-ray burst-peak durations and blast-wave deceleration. CHIANG J.
1998IAUC.6884Q...1S 72 T                   1 ~ GRB 980425. SOFFITTA P., FEROCI M., PIRO L., et al.
1998IAUC.6895Q...1G 72 T                   3 ~ GRB 980425. GALAMA T.J., VREESWIJK P.M., PIAN E., et al.
1998IAUC.6896Q...1T 72 T                   5 ~ GRB 980425. TINNEY C., STATHAKIS R., CANNON R., et al.
1998IAUC.6898S...1V 72 T                   2 ~ GRB 980425. VREESWIJK P.M.
1998IAUC.6899R...1B 72 T                   1 ~ GRB 980425. BLOOM J.S., FRAIL D., KULKARNI S.R., et al.
1998IAUC.6901Q...1S 72 T                   3 ~ Supernova 1998bw in ESO 184-G82. SADLER E.M., STATHAKIS R.A. and BOYLE B.J.
1998IAUC.6903Q...1K 72 T                   2 ~ Supernova 1998bw in ESO 184-G82. KULKARNI S.R., BLOOM J.S., FRAIL D.A., et al.
1998IAUC.6918Q...1P 72 T                   3 ~ Supernova 1998bw in ESO 184-G82. PATAT F. and PIEMONTE A.
1998IAUC.6946S...1D 72 T                   3 ~ Supernova 1998bw in ESO 184-G82. DOMINICI T.P., TEIXEIRA R., HORVATH J.E., et al.
1998IAUC.6969Q...1K 72 T                   4 ~ Supernova 1998bw in ESO 184-G82. KAY L.E., HALPERN J.P., LEIGHLY K.M., et al.
1998IAUC.7017R...1P 72 T                   4 ~ Supernova 1998bw in ESO 184-G82. PATAT F., PIEMONTE A., LIDMAN C., et al.
1998IAUC.7066Q...1G 4 ~ Supernova 1998ey in NGC 7080. GARNAVICH P., JHA S., KIRSHNER R., et al.
1998Natur.395..635B 3 2 How big do stellar explosions get? BARON E.
1998Natur.395..663K 90 T                   8 435 Radio emission from the unusual supernova 1998bw and its association with the gamma-ray burst of 25 April 1998. KULKARNI S.R., FRAIL D.A., WIERINGA M.H., et al.
1998Natur.395..670G 113 T                   12 1503 An unusual supernova in the error box of the gamma-ray burst of
25 April 1998.
1998Natur.395..672I 113 T                   4 503 A hypernova model for the supernova associated with the gamma-ray burst of
25 April 1998.
1998Natur.396..233M 13 6 The optical counterparts of gamma-ray bursts. McNAMARA B.J. and HARRISON T.E.
1998ATel...12....1E 73 T                   1 3 BeppoSAX alert - GB 980425. EDITOR
1998ATel...14....1E 72 T                   1 1 BeppoSAX alert: GB 980425: preliminary results from BeppoSAX NFI follow up. EDITOR
1998ATel...15....1E 72 T                   1 0 GB 980425: BeppoSAX NFI follow up update. EDITOR
1998ATel...31....1F 72 T                   3 5 GRB 980425/980712 repeater nature: GRBs as precessing gamma jets. FARGION D.
1998PABei..16..330H 16 1 New breakthrough in gamma-ray burst research : afterglows being observed. HUANG Y.-F. and LU T.
1998GCN...155....1P 77 T                   1 16 GRB980425: X-ray revised positions. PIRO L., BUTLER R.C., FIORE F., et al.
1998GCN...156....1H 73 T                   1 3 GRB980425 optical follow-up. HALPERN J.P.
1998GCN...158....1P 75 T                   1 9 BeppoSAX NFI observation of GRB980425. PIAN E., ANTONELLI L.A., PIRO L., et al.
1999A&A...349..259D 2 12 76 Galactic γ-ray bursters - an alternative source of cosmic rays at all energies. DAR A. and PLAGA R.
1999A&A...350..148W 9 6 176 Implications of massive close binaries for black hole formation and supernovae. WELLSTEIN S. and LANGER N.
1999A&A...352L..26B 5 10 150 VLT observations of GRB 990510 and its environment. BEUERMANN K., HESSMAN F.V., REINSCH K., et al.
1999A&AS..138..395F 5 11 Observed properties of gamma-ray bursts. FISHMAN G.J.
1999A&AS..138..399F 8 0 Spectral evolution of gamma-ray bursts with BeppoSAX and correlation with X-ray afterglow properties. FRONTERA F., AMATI L., CASTRO-TIRADO A., et al.
1999A&AS..138..425C 19 32 X-ray afterglow of gamma-ray bursts with BeppoSAX. COSTA E.
1999A&AS..138..433Y 4 7 91 What did ASCA see in the GRB 970828 afterglow? YOSHIDA A., NAMIKI M., OTANI C., et al.
1999A&AS..138..445T 6 4 VLBI observations of GRB afterglows. TAYLOR G.B., BEASLEY A.J., FRAIL D.A., et al.
1999A&AS..138..463P 75 T                   5 57 BeppoSAX detection and follow-up of GRB 980425. PIAN E., AMATI L., ANTONELLI L.A., et al.
1999A&AS..138..465G 111 T K                 5 34 On the possible association of
SN 1998bw and GRB 980425.
1999A&AS..138..467W 74 T                   2 14 SN 1998bw: The case for a relativistic shock. WIERINGA M.H., KULKARNI S.R. and FRAIL D.A.
1999A&AS..138..469G 7 1 22 Evidence against an association between gamma-ray bursts and Type I supernovae. GRAZIANI C., LAMB D.Q. and MARION G.H.
1999A&AS..138..471B 8 1 Chasing the association of single-pulse gamma-ray bursts and supernovae. BONNELL J., NORRIS J. and WATANABE K.
1999A&AS..138..473H 1 0 Search for correlations between the BeppoSAX and RXTE GRBs locations and historical supernovae. HROCH F., HUDEC R. and REZEK T.
1999A&AS..138..475H 16 2 Searches for possible supernovae - GRBs correlations. HUDEC R., HUDCOVA V. and HROCH F.
1999A&AS..138..483B 5 7 Distribution of compact object mergers around galaxies. BULIK T., BELCZYNSKI K. and ZBIJEWSKI W.
1999A&AS..138..491R 1 5 27 Some comments on triggers, energetics and beaming. REES M.J.
1999A&AS..138..499W 5 3 49 Central engines for gamma-ray bursts. WOOSLEY S.E. and MacFADYEN A.I.
1999A&AS..138..505D 1 5 29 Jetted GRBs, afterglows and SGRs from quark stars birth. DAR A.
1999A&AS..138..507F 15 30 On the nature of GRB-SGRs blazing jets. FARGION D.
1999A&AS..138..545G 3 2 Iron line afterglows: General constraints. GHISELLINI G., LAZZATI D. and CAMPANA S.
1999A&AS..138..593H 9 3 Background problems in optical transient searches. HUDEC R.
1999A&AS..138..605A 75 T                   1 9 Measurements with the resonant gravitational wave detector EXPLORER during the gamma-ray burst
1999A&AS..138..607L 9 22 Highlights of the Rome Workshop on gamma-ray bursts in the afterglow Era. LAMB D.Q.
1999A&AS..139..531B viz 1468 95 The Asiago supernova catalogue - 10 years after. BARBON R., BUONDI V., CAPPELLARO E., et al.
1999ApJ...510..379M 26 3 241 The expulsion of stellar envelopes in core-collapse supernovae. MATZNER C.D. and McKEE C.F.
1999ApJ...512L..47I 110 T K                 4 18 On the Radio-to-X-Ray light curves of
SN 1998bw and GRB 980425.
1999ApJ...512L.117H 1 3 17 On the frequency and remnants of hypernovae. HANSEN B.M.S.
1999ApJ...514L..73P 17 3 156 The X-ray afterglow of the gamma-ray burst of 1997 May 8: spectral variability and possible evidence of an iron line. PIRO L., COSTA E., FEROCI M., et al.
1999ApJ...514..862B 33 11 A statistical treatment of the gamma-ray burst ``No host galaxy'' Problem.II. Energies of standard candle bursts. BAND D.L., HARTMANN D.H. and SCHAEFER B.E.
1999ApJ...515..497H 4 7 No evidence for gamma-ray burst/Abell cluster or gamma-ray burst/radio-quiet quasar correlations. HURLEY K., HARTMANN D.H., KOUVELIOTOU C., et al.
1999ApJ...515..721W 113 T K                 3 38 A subrelativistic shock model for the radio emission of SN 1998bw. WAXMAN E. and LOEB A.
1999ApJ...516..559C 4 7 Source density evolution of gamma-ray bursts. CHE H., YANG Y. and NEMIROFF R.J.
1999ApJ...516..788W 117 T K                 11 265 Gamma-ray bursts and type Ic supernova SN 1998bw. WOOSLEY S.E., EASTMAN R.G. and SCHMIDT B.P.
1999ApJ...517..168G 3 3 35 Redshift determination in the X-ray band of gamma-ray bursts. GHISELLINI G., HAARDT F., CAMPANA S., et al.
1999ApJ...518..356P 70 2 421 Hyperaccreting black holes and gamma-ray bursts. POPHAM R., WOOSLEY S.E. and FRYER C.
1999ApJ...518..901N 73 29 Constraints on association of single-pulse gamma-ray bursts and supernovae. NORRIS J.P., BONNELL J.T. and WATANABE K.
1999ApJ...519L.105X 9 2 Cosmological constraints on the host halos of gamma-ray bursts. XU W. and FANG L.-Z.
1999ApJ...520L..29C 14 6 257 Gamma-ray burst environments and progenitors. CHEVALIER R.A. and LI Z.-Y.
1999ApJ...520...54H 39   K                 11 111 The faint-galaxy hosts of gamma-ray bursts. HOGG D.W. and FRUCHTER A.S.
1999ApJ...521L.111R 22 3 205 GRB 970228 revisited: evidence for a supernova in the light curve and late spectral energy distribution of the afterglow. REICHART D.E.
1999ApJ...521L.117E 13 1 40 Shading and smothering of gamma-ray bursts. EICHLER D. and LEVINSON A.
1999ApJ...521..179H 114 T K                 8 124 Aspherical explosion models for
SN 1998bw/GRB 980425.
1999ApJ...522L.101N 111 T K                 6 36 Off-axis emission from the beamed afterglow of gamma-ray bursts and a possible interpretation of the slowly declining X-ray afterglow of GRB 980425. NAKAMURA T.
1999ApJ...523L..33W 6 6 117 Detection of polarization in the afterglow of GRB 990510 with the ESO very large telescope. WIJERS R.A.M.J., VREESWIJK P.M., GALAMA T.J., et al.
1999ApJ...523..171V 2 13 80 The X-ray, optical, and infrared counterpart to GRB 980703. VREESWIJK P.M., GALAMA T.J., OWENS A., et al.
1999ApJ...524L..51C 1 4 19 A possible lateral gamma-ray burst jet from SN 1987A. CEN R.
1999ApJ...524...92H 11 2 A ROSAT deep survey of four small gamma-ray burst error boxes. HURLEY K., LI P., BOER M., et al.
1999ApJ...524L.107K 61   K                 3 232 Jet-induced explosions of core collapse supernovae. KHOKHLOV A.M., HOEFLICH P.A., ORAN E.S., et al.
1999ApJ...524..262M 138 4 1657 Collapsars: gamma-ray bursts and explosions in ``Failed supernovae''. MacFADYEN A.I. and WOOSLEY S.E.
1999ApJ...526..683S 29 18 Localizations of 13 gamma-ray bursts by the all-sky monitor on the Rossi X-ray timing explorer. SMITH D.A., LEVINE A.M., BRADT H.V., et al.
1999ApJ...526..716L 111 T K                 16 110 Radio supernova
SN 1998bw and its relation to GRB 980425.
1999ApJ...527L..85S 13 10 X-ray detection of SN 1994W in NGC 4041?. SCHLEGEL E.M.
1999ApJ...527..746M 4 5 66 Direct analysis of spectra of the type ic supernova SN 1994I. MILLARD J., BRANCH D., BARON E., et al.
1999PASP..111..385T 221 6 Astrophysics in 1998. (Invited review). TRIMBLE V. and ASCHWANDEN M.
1999PASP..111..881C 5 3 The use of gamma-ray bursts as direction and time markers in SETI strategies. CORBET R.H.D.
1999PASP..111..964M 112 T K                 6 65 The late-time light curve of
SN 1998bw associated with GRB 980425.
1999AN....320..265N 12 7 A hypernova model for the peculiar type Ic supernova 1997ef. NOMOTO K., IWAMOTO K., MAZZALI P.A., et al.
1999AN....320..269H 6 0 Solved and unsolved mysteries in cosmic gamma-ray bursts. HURLEY K.
1999AN....320..363N 73 T                   1 4 A 'hypernova' model for the supernova 1998bw possibly associated with GRB 980425. NAKAMURA T., MAZZALI P.A., NOMOTO K., et al.
1999Ap&SS.263...15C 22 ~ Cosmic gamma-ray bursts. CASTRO-TIRADO A.J.
1999IAUC.7091Q...1C 6 ~ Supernova 1999E in anonymous galaxy. CAPPELLARO E., TURATTO M., MAZZALI P., et al.
1999IAUC.7215R...1P 72 T                   2 ~ Supernova 1998bw in ESO 184-G82. PATAT F., CAPPELLARO E., RIZZI L., et al.
1999Natur.401..453B 17 8 415 The unusual afterglow of the gamma-ray burst of 26 March 1998 as evidence for a supernova connection. BLOOM J.S., KULKARNI S.R., DJORGOVSKI S.G., et al.
1999Sci...286..693V 1 5 20 From gamma-ray bursts to supernovae. VAN PARADIJS J.
1999ARep...43..284E 17 5 Induced star formation and the origin of gamma-ray bursts. EFREMOV Y.N.
1999AstL...25...74E 14 11 Stellar arcs and gamma-ray bursts. EFREMOV Y.N.
1999APh....11..357B 8 9 Gamma-ray gurst, axion emission and string theory dilaton. BERTOLAMI O.
1999A&G....40e..10G 15 1 Gamma-ray burst afterglows. GALAMA T.
1999NewA....4..303M 4         O           6 78 Energetics and beaming of gamma ray burst triggers. MESZAROS P., REES M.J. and WIJERS R.A.M.J.
1999NewA....4..389L         O           5 4 Neutrino induced waves in degenerate electron plasmas: a mechanism in supernovae or gamma ray bursts? LAMING J.M.
1999GCN...197....1T 1 4 19 Possible identification of SN1999E with GRB980910. THORSETT S.E. and HOGG D.W.
1999GCN...198....1K 3 3 SN 1999E & GRB 980919. KULKARNI S.R. and FRAIL D.A.
1999GCN...286....1S 72 T                   1 0 GRB980425 optical observations of exponential decline at late time. SCHAEFER B.E. and McKENZIE E.H.
2000A&A...353L..18A 8 6 Are bright gamma-ray bursts a fair sample? ATTEIA J.-L.
2000A&A...353..998G 34 30 Search for GRB X-ray afterglows in the ROSAT all-sky survey. GREINER J., HARTMANN D.H., VOGES W., et al.
2000A&A...357..543W 2 5 34 A possible model for the supernova/gamma-ray burst connection. WANG X.Y., DAI Z.G., LU T., et al.
2000A&A...361L..21B 9 21 Evidences for two Gamma-Ray Burst afterglow emission regimes. BOEER M. and GENDRE B.
2000AJ....119.2303M 23 49 Helium emission lines in the type Ic Supernova 1999cq. MATHESON T., FILIPPENKO A.V., CHORNOCK R., et al.
2000ApJ...528L..89U 2 3 The ejection of relativistic bullets from supernovae and the generation of gamma-ray bursts. UMEDA H.
2000ApJ...528..254V 10 19 The optical afterglow light curve of GRB 980519. VRBA F.J., HENDEN A.A., CANZIAN B., et al.
2000ApJ...529..635B 1 8 26 A new approach to statistics of cosmological gamma-ray bursts. BOETTCHER M. and DERMER C.D.
2000ApJ...529..661C 31 33 The luminous type Ic Supernova 1992ar at z=0.145. CLOCCHIATTI A., PHILLIPS M.M., SUNTZEFF N.B., et al.
2000ApJ...531L.119A 33 2 201 Relativistic jets from collapsars. ALOY M.A., MULLER E., IBANEZ J.M., et al.
2000ApJ...531L.127M 3 4 Induction of supernova-like explosions by gamma-ray bursts in close binary systems. MILGROM M. and USOV V.V.
2000ApJ...533L..21S 16 15 Gamma-ray burst host galaxies have ``Normal'' luminosities. SCHAEFER B.E.
2000ApJ...533..320G 2 19 123 SN 1997cy/GRB 970514: a new piece in the gamma-ray burst puzzle ? GERMANY L.M., REISS D.J., SADLER E.M., et al.
2000ApJ...533..696K 2 5 41 The intensity distribution of faint gamma-ray bursts detected with BATSE. KOMMERS J.M., LEWIN W.H.G., KOUVELIOTOU C., et al.
2000ApJ...534L..57T 2 14 89 The properties of supernova 1997cy associated with GRB 970514. TURATTO M., SUZUKI T., MAZZALI P.A., et al.
2000ApJ...534L.147H 1 7 36 The late afterglow and host galaxy of GRB 990712. HJORTH J., HOLLAND S., COURBIN F., et al.
2000ApJ...534L.151E 4 6 79 Dust echoes from gamma-ray bursts. ESIN A.A. and BLANDFORD R.
2000ApJ...534L.159N 11 31 Multiple sub-jet model of gamma-ray bursts and possible origin of X-ray precursors and postcursors. NAKAMURA T.
2000ApJ...534..248N 15 8 374 Connection between energy-dependent lags and peak luminosity in gamma-ray bursts. NORRIS J.P., MARANI G.F. and BONNELL J.T.
2000ApJ...534..258H 16 17 Integrating the BeppoSAX gamma-ray burst monitor into the third interplanetary network. HURLEY K., FEROCI M., CINTI M.N., et al.
2000ApJ...534..559F 1 16 50 The radio afterglow from GRB 980519: a test of the jet and circumstellar models. FRAIL D.A., KULKARNI S.R., SARI R., et al.
2000ApJ...534..660I 2 18 149 The peculiar type Ic Supernova 1997ef: another hypernova. IWAMOTO K., NAKAMURA T., NOMOTO K., et al.
2000ApJ...535..139E 4 13 171 A search in gamma-ray burst data for nonconstancy of the velocity of light. ELLIS J., FARAKOS K., MAVROMATOS N.E., et al.
2000ApJ...536....1L 9 12 347 Gamma-ray bursts as a probe of the very high redshift universe. LAMB D.Q. and REICHART D.E.
2000ApJ...536..185G 3 20 192 Evidence for a supernova in reanalyzed optical and near-infrared images of GRB 970228. GALAMA T.J., TANVIR N., VREESWIJK P.M., et al.
2000ApJ...536..195C 12 10 384 Wind interaction models for gamma-ray burst afterglows: the case for two types of progenitors. CHEVALIER R.A. and LI Z.-Y.
2000ApJ...536..778P 112 T K                 11 117 BeppoSAX observations of GRB 980425: detection of the prompt event and monitoring of the error box. PIAN E., AMATI L., ANTONELLI L.A., et al.
2000ApJ...537L.127S 119 T K                 2 65 SN 1998bw at late phases. SOLLERMAN J., KOZMA C., FRANSSON C., et al.
2000ApJ...537..810W 12 6 229 Asymmetric supernovae, pulsars, magnetars, and gamma-ray bursts. WHEELER J.C., YI I., HOEFLICH P., et al.
2000ApJ...538..187L 3 8 84 Toward a model for the progenitors of gamma-ray bursts. LIVIO M. and WAXMAN E.
2000ApJ...539..102B 9 23 Line emission from gamma-ray burst environments. BOETTCHER M.
2000ApJ...540...74S 21 43 Discovery of the optical counterpart and early optical observations of GRB 990712. SAHU K.C., VREESWIJK P., BAKOS G., et al.
2000ApJ...541..712M 1 6 24 Compton echoes from gamma-ray bursts. MADAU P., BLANDFORD R.D. and REES M.J.
2000ApJ...542L..89F 110 T K                 11 56 Hubble space telescope space telescope imaging spectrograph imaging of the host galaxy of GRB 980425/
SN 1998bw.
2000ApJ...545..266I 7 13 X-ray afterglow detection of the short gamma-ray burst GRB 991014. IN'T ZAND J.J.M., KUIPER L., AMATI L., et al.
2000ApJ...545..407M 4 8 113 A spectroscopic analysis of the energetic type Ic hypernova SN 1997ef. MAZZALI P.A., IWAMOTO K. and NOMOTO K.
2000ApJS..127...59F 7 8 170 Prompt and delayed emission properties of gamma-ray bursts observed with BeppoSAX. FRONTERA F., AMATI L., COSTA E., et al.
2000MNRAS.314..807S 110 T K                 5 18 Spectral evolution of the peculiar Ic Supernova 1998bw. STATHAKIS R.A., BOYLE B.J., JONES D.H., et al.
2000PASP..112..434T 248 4 Astrophysics in 1999. (Invited review). TRIMBLE V. and ASCHWANDEN M.J.
2000AcASn..41..232G 9 2 The joint effect of jet and wind environment on the GRB afterglow. GOU L.-J., DAI Z.-G., HUANG Y.-F., et al.
2000ARA&A..38..379V 1 60 273 Gamma-ray burst afterglows. VAN PARADIJS J., KOUVELIOTOU C. and WIJERS R.A.M.J.
2000IAUC.7421S...1F 7 ~ Supernova 2000ch in NGC 3432. FILIPPENKO A.V.
2000MmSAI..71..307P 73 T                   11 1 SN 1998bw: four months of observations at ESO. PATAT F., AUGUSTEIJN T., BOEHNHARDT H., et al.
2000MmSAI..71..331P 105 1 Radio studies of supernovae. PANAGIA N., WEILER K.W., LACEY C., et al.
2000MmSAI..71..345N 73 T                   6 2 Hypernova models for SN 1998bw and SN 1997ef: nucleosynthesis, light curves, and spectra. NAKAMURA T., NOMOTO K., IWAMOTO K., et al.
2000MmSAI..71..357W 73 T                   5 1 Gamma-ray bursts, supernovae, and SN 1998BW. WOOSLEY S.E. and MacFADYEN A.I.
2000MmSAI..71..365W 18 5 The supernova gamma-ray burst connection. WHEELER J.C., HOEFLICH P. and WANG L.
2000MmSAI..71..389L 6 0 Connecting supernova theory with observations. LEIBUNDGUT B.
2000MmSAI..71..411M 20 1 Inhomogeneity of SN types: results, implications and future prospects. MAZZALI P.A., CAPPELLARO E., TURATTO M., et al.
2000MmSAI..71..483T 11 2 Type II supernova nucleosynthesis and early galactic evolution. THIELEMANN F.-K., FREIBURGHAUS C., ROSSWOG S., et al.
2000MmSAI..71..515M 2 3 Future directions in simulations of core collapse supernovae. MEZZACAPPA A. and BRUENN S.W.
2000MmSAI..71..573T 176 3 The ESO-Asiago SN monitoring program and archive. TURATTO M.
2000MmSAI..71..971G 10 2 Emission processes in gamma-ray bursts. GHISELLINI G.
2000Msngr..99...36L 73 T                   1 2 The late phase of SN 1998bw. LEIBUNDGUT B., SOLLERMAN J., KOZMA C., et al.
2000Msngr.100...32P 19 6 Gamma-ray bursts - Pushing limits with the VLT. PEDERSEN H., ATTEIA J.-L., BOER M., et al.
2000Natur.403..727B 1 16 91 Supernova explosions in the Universe. BURROWS A.
2000PhRvL..84.3752V 3 3 34 Electron-positron outflow from black holes. VAN PUTTEN M.H.P.M.
2000PhR...333..109A 3 1 Explosive nucleosynthesis : prospects. ARNETT D.
2000PhR...333..505L 18 27 Implications of recent observational discoveries for the nature and origin of gamma-ray bursts. LAMB D.Q.
2000PhR...333..529P 9 8 218 Gamma-ray bursts - a puzzle being resolved. PIRAN T.
2000PASJ...52..711L 5 5 Transient optical emission from a nonstationary accretion disk: a model for optical afterglow of gamma ray bursts. LU Y., CHENG K.-S. and ZAHO G.
2000AstL...26..558E 15 13 Dense star clusters as the sources of gamma-ray-burst progenitors. EFREMOV Y.N.
2000AstL...26..672T 3 2 Tests for spatial isotropy of three thousand gamma-ray bursts found in BATSE archival data. TIKHOMIROVA Y.Y. and STERN B.E.
2000AstL...26..779P 27 0 The spin-X wide-field X-ray monitor of the spectrum-X-gamma astrophysical Observatory. PAVLINSKY M.N., GREBENEV S.A., MAZOV P.A., et al.
2000AstL...26..797C 78 T                   1 17 Monte Carlo simulations of supernova light curves and the hypernova SN 1998bw. CHUGAI N.N.
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