Possible structure in the GRB sky distribution at redshift two

@article{Horvth2014PossibleSI,
  title={Possible structure in the GRB sky distribution at redshift two},
  author={Istv{\'a}n T. Horv{\'a}th and Jon Hakkila and Zs. Bagoly},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2014},
  volume={561}
}
Context. Research over the past three decades has revolutionized cosmology while supporting the standard cosmological model. However, the cosmological principle of Universal homogeneity and isotropy has always been in question, since structures as large as the survey size have always been found each time the survey size has increased. Until 2013, the largest known structure in our Universe was the Sloan Great Wall, which is more than 400 Mpc long located approximately one billion light years… Expand

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