Meson Synchrotron Emission from Central Engines of Gamma-Ray Bursts with Strong Magnetic Fields.

Abstract

Gamma-ray bursts (GRBs) are presumed to be powered by the still unknown central engines with timescales in the range from 1 ms to approximately a few seconds. We propose that the GRB central engines would be a viable site for strong meson synchrotron emission if they were compact astrophysical objects, such as neutron stars or rotating black holes with… (More)

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@article{Tokuhisa1999MesonSE, title={Meson Synchrotron Emission from Central Engines of Gamma-Ray Bursts with Strong Magnetic Fields.}, author={Tokuhisa and Kajino}, journal={The Astrophysical journal}, year={1999}, volume={525 2}, pages={L117-L120} }