Alberto J. Castro-Tirado spends much of his time researching Astrophysics, Gamma-ray burst, Astronomy, Afterglow and Galaxy. His Astrophysics study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Spectral line. His work deals with themes such as Redshift, Stars, Star formation, Supernova and Luminosity, which intersect with Gamma-ray burst.
His studies in Supernova integrate themes in fields like Brightness, GRB 980425 and Event. The concepts of his Afterglow study are interwoven with issues in Christian ministry, Nordic Optical Telescope and Wavelength. His studies deal with areas such as Magnitude and Balmer series, Emission spectrum as well as Galaxy.
Alberto J. Castro-Tirado mostly deals with Astrophysics, Gamma-ray burst, Astronomy, Afterglow and Galaxy. His work on Light curve, Redshift and Supernova as part of general Astrophysics study is frequently linked to Flux, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Gamma-ray burst study combines topics in areas such as Spectral energy distribution, Telescope, BOOTES, Extinction and Observatory.
His Telescope research includes elements of Spacecraft and Detector. His Astronomy study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Gamma ray. His Afterglow study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Event, Millimeter, Photometry and Spectral index.
Alberto J. Castro-Tirado mainly investigates Astrophysics, Gamma-ray burst, Astronomy, BOOTES and Afterglow. His Astrophysics study focuses mostly on LIGO, Galaxy, Neutron star, Gravitational wave and Black hole. His Galaxy research includes themes of Event and Photometry.
His Gamma-ray burst research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Redshift, Telescope, Stars, Supernova and Light curve. His Stars research focuses on Spectral component and how it relates to Ejecta. His work on Observatory and Optical telescope as part of general Astronomy research is frequently linked to Jet and Flux, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
His primary areas of study are Astrophysics, Gamma-ray burst, Astronomy, Neutron star and Galaxy. Much of his study explores Astrophysics relationship to Spectral line. Alberto J. Castro-Tirado works on Gamma-ray burst which deals in particular with Afterglow.
His research integrates issues of Light curve and Supernova in his study of Afterglow. His Observatory, Atmosphere and Pluto study, which is part of a larger body of work in Astronomy, is frequently linked to Jet and Block, bridging the gap between disciplines. The Neutron star study combines topics in areas such as LIGO and Kilonova.
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A very energetic supernova associated with the |[gamma]|-ray burst of 29 March 2003
Jens Hjorth;Jesper Sollerman;Palle Møller;Johan P. U. Fynbo.
Long γ-ray bursts and core-collapse supernovae have different environments
A. S. Fruchter;A. J. Levan;A. J. Levan;A. J. Levan;L. Strolger;L. Strolger;P. M. Vreeswijk.
A γ-ray burst at a redshift of z ≈ 8.2
N. R. Tanvir;D. B. Fox;A. J. Levan;E. Berger.
Spectroscopic identification of r-process nucleosynthesis in a double neutron star merger
E. Pian;P. D'Avanzo;S. Benetti;M. Branchesi.
Broadband observations of the naked-eye gamma-ray burst GRB 080319B
J. L. Racusin;S. V. Karpov;M. Sokolowski;J. Granot.
An optical supernova associated with the X-ray flash XRF 060218.
E. Pian;E. Pian;P. A. Mazzali;N. Masetti;P. Ferrero.
Low-Resolution Spectroscopy of Gamma-ray Burst Optical Afterglows: Biases in the Swift Sample and Characterization of the Absorbers
J. P. U. Fynbo;P. Jakobsson;J. X. Prochaska;D. Malesani.
arXiv: Cosmology and Nongalactic Astrophysics (2009)
JEM-X: The X-ray monitor aboard INTEGRAL ?
N. Lund;C. Budtz-Jørgensen;N. J. Westergaard;S. Brandt.
Astronomy and Astrophysics (2003)
Low-resolution Spectroscopy of Gamma-ray Burst Optical Afterglows: Biases in the Swift Sample and Characterization of the Absorbers
J. P. U. Fynbo;J. P. U. Fynbo;P. Jakobsson;J. X. Prochaska;D. Malesani.
Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series (2009)
A Mean Redshift of 2.8 for Swift gamma - ray bursts
P Jakobsson;A Levan;A Levan;Jpu Fynbo;R Priddey.
Astronomy and Astrophysics (2006)
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