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Standardized long gamma-ray bursts as a cosmic distance indicator

@inproceedings{Wang2021StandardizedLG,
  title={Standardized long gamma-ray bursts as a cosmic distance indicator},
  author={F. Y. Wang and J. P. Hu and G. Q. Zhang and Z. G. Dai},
  year={2021}
}
Gamma-ray bursts (GRBs) are the most luminous explosions and can be detectable out to the edge of Universe. It has long been thought they can extend the Hubble diagram to very high redshifts. Several correlations between temporal or spectral properties and GRB luminosities have been proposed to make GRBs cosmological tools. However, those correlations cannot be properly standardized. In this paper, we select a long GRB sample with X-ray plateau phases produced by electromagnetic dipole… Expand

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