Constraints on Association of Single-Pulse Gamma-Ray Bursts and Supernovae

@article{Norris1999ConstraintsOA,
  title={Constraints on Association of Single-Pulse Gamma-Ray Bursts and Supernovae},
  author={J. Norris and J. T. Bonnell and K. Watanabe},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={1999},
  volume={518},
  pages={901-908}
}
We explore the hypothesis, similar to one recently suggested by Bloom and colleagues, that some nearby supernovae are associated with smooth, single-pulse gamma-ray bursts, possibly having no emission above ~300 keV. We examine BATSE bursts with durations longer than 2 s, fitting those which can be visually characterized as single-pulse events with a lognormal pulse model. The fraction of events that can be reliably ascertained to be temporally and spectrally similar to the exemplar, GRB 980425… Expand
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