Are the host galaxies of long gamma-ray bursts more compact than star-forming galaxies of the field?

@article{Schneider2022AreTH,
  title={Are the host galaxies of long gamma-ray bursts more compact than star-forming galaxies of the field?},
  author={B. Schneider and Emeric Le Floc’h and Maryam Arabsalmani and Susanna D. Vergani and J. T. Palmerio},
  journal={Astronomy \& Astrophysics},
  year={2022}
}
Context. Long gamma-ray bursts (GRBs) o ff er a promising tool for tracing the cosmic history of star formation, especially at high redshift, where conventional methods are known to su ff er from intrinsic biases. Previous studies of GRB host galaxies at low redshift showed that high surface density of stellar mass and high surface density of star formation rate (SFR) can potentially enhance the GRB production. Evaluating the e ff ect of such stellar densities at high redshift is therefore… 

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