Extended emission from short gamma-ray bursts detected with SPI-ACS/INTEGRAL

@article{Minaev2010ExtendedEF,
  title={Extended emission from short gamma-ray bursts detected with SPI-ACS/INTEGRAL},
  author={Pavel Minaev and Alexei Pozanenko and Vladimir M. Loznikov},
  journal={Astronomy Letters},
  year={2010},
  volume={36},
  pages={707-720}
}
The short duration (T90 < 2 s) gamma-ray bursts (GRBs) detected in the SPI-ACS experiment onboard the INTEGRAL observatory are investigated. Averaged light curves have been constructed for various groups of events, including short GRBs and unidentified short events. Extended emission has been found in the averaged light curves of both short GRBs and unidentified short events. It is shown that the fraction of the short GRBs in the total number of SPI-ACS GRBs can range from 30 to 45%, which is… 

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