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Extremely Bright GRB160625B with Short-Soft Precursor and long-hard extended emission: Hints for long-term evolution of the GRB Ejecta

  • Shu-Qing Zhong (a1) (a2), Jing Lü (a1) (a2), Hou-Jun Lü (a1) (a2), Hai-Ming Zhang (a1) (a2), Xiao-Li Huang (a1) (a2) and En-Wei Liang (a1) (a2)...

Abstract

In this paper, we focus on studying the high energy emission of GRB 160625B. The lightcurve of prompt emission is composed of three episodes: short-soft precursor, hard main burst, and possible long extended emission. The spectra of first and third episode can be fitted by a multi-color blackbody and cutoff power-law model, respectively. However, the spectrum of second episode was contributed by both multi-color blackbody and cutoff power-law. One can estimate the Lorenz factor of jet of first two episodes by invoking photosphere model as Γ0 ~ 175 and 1694, respectively. It suggests that the ejecta of this case evolved from photosphere dominated initially to internal shock later. On the other hand, the optical emission is very bright during the second episode, which is likely a prompt optical emission. Finally, a more shallower normal decay segment appeared, which is consistent with standard external shock model.

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