Long gamma-ray bursts (GRBs), in a few seconds, release luminosities (in gamma-rays) comparable to the luminosity of all stars in the observable Universe, which makes them detectable to the dawn of galaxy and stellar formation. One of the most striking observational properties of some of these sources is that they are accompanied by a supernova (SN) of type Ic, traditionally called GRB-SN association or connection. The GRB-SN association, probably the most constraining property of GRB theoretical models, is the subject of this article.

GRB-SN Association within the Binary-Driven Hypernova Model

Cherubini, C;Filippi, S;
2023-01-01

Abstract

Long gamma-ray bursts (GRBs), in a few seconds, release luminosities (in gamma-rays) comparable to the luminosity of all stars in the observable Universe, which makes them detectable to the dawn of galaxy and stellar formation. One of the most striking observational properties of some of these sources is that they are accompanied by a supernova (SN) of type Ic, traditionally called GRB-SN association or connection. The GRB-SN association, probably the most constraining property of GRB theoretical models, is the subject of this article.
2023
gamma-ray bursts
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