Gamma-Ray Bursts: 5th Huntsville Symposium
R. Marc Kippen, Robert S. Mallozzi, Gerald J. Fishman
American Inst. of Physics, Oct 6, 2000 - Medical - 906 pages
This book reflects the current state of the growing field of gamma-ray burst research and the remarkable progress brought about by recent multiwavelength observations. A full range of topics related to modern burst research is covered, including new observational results, ongoing archival analyses, theoretical modeling, and current/future instrumentation.
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