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Multi-wavelength analysis of short GRB 201221D and its comparison with other high \&low redshift short GRBs

@inproceedings{Dimple2022MultiwavelengthAO,
  title={Multi-wavelength analysis of short GRB 201221D and its comparison with other high \\&low redshift short GRBs},
  author={Dimple and Kuntal Misra and David Alexander Kann and K. G. Arun and Ankur Ghosh and R. Gupta and L. Resmi and J. F. Agu'i Fern'andez and Christina C. Thone and Antonio de Ugarte Postigo and Swati Pandey and Lallan Yadav},
  year={2022}
}
We present a detailed analysis of short GRB 201221D lying at redshift z = 1.045. We analyse the high-energy data of the burst and compare it with the sample of short gamma-ray bursts (SGRBs). The prompt emission characteristics are typical of those seen in the case of other SGRBs except for the peak energy (Ep), which lies at the softer end (generally observed in the case of long bursts). We estimate the host galaxy properties by utilising the Python-based software Prospector to fit the… 

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