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BEAMING IN GAMMA-RAY BURSTS: EVIDENCE FOR A STANDARD ENERGY RESERVOIR
We present a comprehensive sample of all gamma-ray burst (GRB) afterglows with known distances, and we derive their conical opening angles based on observed broadband breaks in their light curves.Expand
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Physical Parameters of GRB 970508 and GRB 971214 from Their Afterglow Synchrotron Emission
We have calculated synchrotron spectra of relativistic blast waves and find predicted characteristic frequencies that are more than an order of magnitude different from previous calculations. For theExpand
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An unusual supernova in the error box of the γ-ray burst of 25 April 1998
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We report the discovery of transient optical emission in the error box of the γ-ray burst GRB980425, the light curve of which was very different from that of previous optical afterglows associated with β�-ray bursts. Expand
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A hypernova model for the supernova associated with the γ-ray burst of 25 April 1998
The discovery of the unusual supernova SN1998bw, and its possible association with the γ-ray burst GRB 980425, provide new insights into the explosion mechanism of very massive stars and the originExpand
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The Metamorphosis of SN 1998bw
We present and discuss the photometric and spectroscopic evolution of the peculiar SN 1998bw, associated with GRB 980425, through an analysis of optical and near-IR data collected at ESOLa Silla. TheExpand
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High Column Densities and Low Extinctions of Gamma-Ray Bursts: Evidence for Hypernovae and Dust Destruction
We analyze a complete sample of γ-ray burst afterglows and find X-ray evidence for high column densities of gas around them. The column densities are in the range 1022-1023 cm-2, which is rightExpand
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Supernovae and gamma-Ray Bursters
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The effect of magnetic fields on γ-ray bursts inferred from multi-wavelength observations of the burst of 23 January 1999
Gamma-ray bursts (GRBs) are thought to arise when an extremely relativistic outflow of particles from a massive explosion (the nature of which is still unclear) interacts with material surroundingExpand
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The radio-to-X-Ray spectrum of GRB 970508 on 1997 May 21.0 UT
We have reconstructed the spectrum of the afterglow of GRB 970508 on 1997 May 21.0 UT (12.1 days after the gamma-ray burst) on the basis of observations spanning the X-ray-to-radio range. TheExpand
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A Jet Model for the Afterglow Emission from GRB 000301C
We present broadband radio observations of the afterglow of GRB 000301C, spanning from 1.4 to 350 GHz for the period of 3-130 days after the burst. These radio data, in addition to measurements inExpand
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