Do long-duration GRBs follow star formation ?

@inproceedings{Guetta2007DoLG,
  title={Do long-duration GRBs follow star formation ?},
  author={Dafne Guetta and T Piran},
  year={2007}
}
We compare the luminosity function and rate inferred from the BATSE long bursts peak flux distribution with those inferred from the Swift peak flux distribution. We find that both the BATSE and the Swift peak fluxes can be fitted by the same luminosity function and the two samples are compatible with a population that follows the star formation rate. The estimated local long GRB rate (without beaming corrections) varies by a factor of five from 0.05 Gpcyr for a rate function that has a large… CONTINUE READING

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