Closure relations during the plateau emission of Swift GRBs and the fundamental plane

@inproceedings{Dainotti2021ClosureRD,
  title={Closure relations during the plateau emission of Swift GRBs and the fundamental plane},
  author={Maria Giovanna Dainotti and Aleksander Lenart and Nissim Fraija and Shigehiro Nagataki and Donald C. Warren and Biagio De Simone and G. Srinivasaragavan and Alberto Mata},
  year={2021}
}
The Neil Gehrels Swift observatory observe Gamma-Ray bursts (GRBs) plateaus in X-rays. We test the reliability of the closure relations through the fireball model when dealing with the GRB plateau emission. We analyze 455 X-ray lightcurves (LCs) collected by Swift from 2005 (January) until 2019 (August) for which the redshift is both known and unknown using the phenomenological 1 ar X iv :2 10 5. 10 71 7v 1 [ as tr oph .H E ] 2 2 M ay 2 02 1 Willingale 2007 model. Using these fits, we analyze… 
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