GRB 161219B-SN 2016jca: a powerful stellar collapse

@article{CAshall2017GRB12,
  title={GRB 161219B-SN 2016jca: a powerful stellar collapse},
  author={C.Ashall and E.Pian and P. A. Mazzali and E.Palazzi and S.J.Prentice and S.Kobayashi and A.Levan and D.Perley and Filomena Bufano and A.V.Filippenko and J.P.U.Fynbo and Andrea Melandri and P.DAvanzo and Massimiliano De Pasquale and S.Emery and Andrew S. Fruchter and K.Hurley and D.Malesani and P.Moller and K.Nomoto and M.Tanaka and N.Tanvir and A.F.Valeev},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2017},
  volume={487},
  pages={5824-5839}
}
  • C.Ashall, E.Pian, +20 authors A.F.Valeev
  • Published 2017
  • Physics
  • Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society
  • Long duration gamma-ray bursts (GRBs) mark the birth of a compact object, a neutron star or black hole. At low-redshift ($z 0.3c$). They have a kinetic energy ($E_{k}$) of $\sim10^{52}$erg, and are thought to be the explosion of bare carbon-oxygen cores of stars with initial mass 35-50M$_\odot$. Here we report observations of the nearby GRB 161219B ($z=0.1475$) and the associated SN 2016jca. We obtained a high-cadence time-series of spectra and photometry starting 2 days after explosion. The… CONTINUE READING

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