Gamma-ray bursts: prospects for GLAST : Stockholm symposium on GRBs, Stockholm, Sweden, 1 September 2006
This volume contains the proceedings from a symposium on gamma-ray bursts (GRBs) held in Stockholm, Sweden, in September 2006.All papers have been peer reviewed. The gamma-ray Large Area Space Telescope (GLAST) is an international mission dedicated to observations of high-energy gamma-rays and is planned to be launched by the end of 2007.
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LAT Automated Science Processing for GammaRay Bursts
GRB Analysis Results from GLAST Data Challenge 2
Simulation of Prompt Emission from GRBs with a Photospheric
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2007 American Institute absorption acceleration afterglow afterglow emission AGILE analysis Astrophys Axelsson and F Band function BATSE binary black hole Buneman instability component decay density detected distribution effective area EGRET electrons energy range external shock FIGURE fireball fluence flux galactic gamma Gamma-Ray Bursts gamma-ray bursts GRBs Gehrels GLAST GRB emission GRB rate GRID high energy high redshift histogram hybrid model instrument interactions Joum LAT data light curve long bursts long GRBs Lorentz Lorentz factor Lorentz invariance low energy MAGIC massive stars Meszaros neutrinos neutron star observed GRBs on-board panel parameters particle peak photons Phys plasma power-law predicted produced progenitor prompt emission Prospects for GLAST pulse quantum gravity redshift relativistic Ryde scenario short bursts shows SNRib/c sources spectral spectrum star formation Super-AGILE supernova Swift synchrotron Telescope temporal trigger Type Ib/c UHECR values X-ray flares XSPEC y-ray