Swift observations of GRB050904: the most distant cosmic explosion ever observed

Record Type
Journal Articles
Full Title
Swift observations of GRB050904: the most distant cosmic explosion ever observed
Author(s)
Cusumano G, Mangano V, Chincarini G, Panaitescu A, Burrows D, La Parola V, Sakamoto T, Campana S, Mineo T, Tagliaferri G, Angelini L, Barthelmy S, Beardmore A, Boyd P, Cominsky L, Gronwall C, Fenimore E, Gehrels N, Giommi P, Goad M, Hurley K, Immler S, Kennea J, Mason K, Marshal F, Meszaros P, Nousek J, Osborne J, Palmer D, Roming P, Wells A, White N, Zhang B
Publication Title
ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS
Publication Title (abbreviated)
ASTRON ASTROPHYS
Publication Date
2007 Jan
DOI
10.1051/0004-6361:20065173
ISSN
0004-6361
Volume
462
Issue
1
Page Count
8
First Page
73
Last Page
80
Keyword(s)
Astronomy & Astrophysics, gamma rays : bursts, X-rays : bursts, gamma rays : observations, cosmology : early Universe, GAMMA-RAY BURST, 28 FEBRUARY 1997, REDSHIFT DISTRIBUTION, ENGINE ACTIVITY, STAR-FORMATION, LIGHT-CURVE, AFTERGLOW, GRB-050904, TELESCOPE, EMISSION
Citation
Cusumano G, Mangano V, Chincarini G, Panaitescu A, Burrows D, La Parola V, Sakamoto T, Campana S, Mineo T, Tagliaferri G, et al. Swift observations of GRB050904: the most distant cosmic explosion ever observed. ASTRON ASTROPHYS. 2007;462 (1):73-80.
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