# Long γ-ray bursts and core-collapse supernovae have different environments

@article{Fruchter2006LongB,
title={Long $\gamma$-ray bursts and core-collapse supernovae have different environments},
author={A. Fruchter and A. Levan and L. Strolger and P. Vreeswijk and S. Thorsett and D. Bersier and I. Burud and J. M. C. Cer{\'o}n and A. Castro-Tirado and C. Conselice and T. Dahlen and H. Ferguson and J. Fynbo and P. Garnavich and R. Gibbons and J. Gorosabel and T. Gull and J. Hjorth and S. Holland and C. Kouveliotou and Z. Levay and M. Livio and M. Metzger and P. Nugent and L. Petro and E. Pian and J. Rhoads and A. Riess and K. Sahu and A. Smette and N. Tanvir and R. Wijers and S. Woosley},
journal={Nature},
year={2006},
volume={441},
pages={463-468}
}
When massive stars exhaust their fuel, they collapse and often produce the extraordinarily bright explosions known as core-collapse supernovae. On occasion, this stellar collapse also powers an even more brilliant relativistic explosion known as a long-duration γ-ray burst. One would then expect that these long γ-ray bursts and core-collapse supernovae should be found in similar galactic environments. Here we show that this expectation is wrong. We find that the γ-ray bursts are far more… Expand
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