Can a double component outflow explain the X-ray and Optical lightcurves of Swift Gamma-Ray Bursts?

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Full Title

  • Can a double component outflow explain the X-ray and Optical lightcurves of Swift Gamma-Ray Bursts?

Author(s)

  • Pasquale M, Evans P, Oates S, Page M, Zane S, Schady P, Breeveld A, Holland S, Still M

Publication Title

Publication Date

  • 2011 Oct 15

DOI

  • 10.1016/j.asr.2011.06.006

ISSN

  • 0273-1177

Volume

  • 48

Issue

  • 8

First Page

  • 1411

Last Page

  • 1414

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Citation

  • Pasquale M, Evans P, Oates S, Page M, Zane S, Schady P, Breeveld A, Holland S, Still M. Can a double component outflow explain the X-ray and Optical lightcurves of Swift Gamma-Ray Bursts?. Advances in Space Research. 2011;48 (8):1411-1414.

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