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Apparent brightness distribution of GRB host galaxies

  • Zsolt Bagoly (a1), István I. Rácz (a1) (a2), Lajos G. Balázs (a1) (a2), István Horváth (a3) and L. Viktor Tóth (a1)...

Abstract

We studied the unbiased optical brightness distribution which was calculated from the survival analysis of host galaxies (HGs) data and its relationship with the Swift GRB data of the host galaxies observed by the Keck telescope. Based on the sample obtained from merging the Swift GRB table and the Keck optical data we also studied the dependence of this distribution on the GRB's data. Finally, we compared the HGs distribution with standard galaxies distribution of the DEEP2 redshift survey and checked the result with the VIPERS catalogue too.

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Apparent brightness distribution of GRB host galaxies

  • Zsolt Bagoly (a1), István I. Rácz (a1) (a2), Lajos G. Balázs (a1) (a2), István Horváth (a3) and L. Viktor Tóth (a1)...

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