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Physical Restrictions to Cosmological Gamma-Ray Burst Models*

  • G.S. Bisnovatyi-Kogan (a1)

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The present common view about GRB origin is related to cosmology, and is based on statistical analysis, and on measurements of the redshifts in the GRB optical afterglows of long GRB. No correlation is found between redshifts, GRB spectrum, and total GRB fluence. Comparison of KONUS and BATSE data about statistics and hard X-ray lines is done, and some differences are noted. Hard gamma-ray afterglows, prompt optical spectra, hard X-ray lines, polarization measurements could be very important for farther insight into GRB origin. Possible connection of short GRB with soft gamma repeaters is discussed.

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This work is partly supported by RFFI grant 02-02-16900 INTAS/ESA grant 99-120, INTAS grant 00-491

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