Javier Gorosabel mainly focuses on Astrophysics, Gamma-ray burst, Astronomy, Galaxy and Redshift. His work in Afterglow, Supernova, Light curve, Metallicity and Star formation is related to Astrophysics. His studies deal with areas such as Spectral line, Nordic Optical Telescope, Gamma ray and Light emission as well as Afterglow.
His research integrates issues of Magnitude, GRB 980425 and Dwarf galaxy in his study of Supernova. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Spectral energy distribution, Luminosity, Photometry and Very Large Telescope. Javier Gorosabel works mostly in the field of Redshift, limiting it down to topics relating to Emission spectrum and, in certain cases, Luminosity function.
His main research concerns Astrophysics, Gamma-ray burst, Galaxy, Astronomy and Afterglow. His study in Redshift, Light curve, Supernova, Extinction and Spectral energy distribution falls within the category of Astrophysics. His studies in Redshift integrate themes in fields like Equivalent width, Neutron star, Photometry and Spiral galaxy.
His Gamma-ray burst research integrates issues from Star formation and Telescope. He combines topics linked to Stars with his work on Galaxy. His Afterglow research incorporates elements of Spectral line, Emission spectrum, Spectral index, Gamma ray and Photometry.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Astrophysics, Gamma-ray burst, Galaxy, Astronomy and Afterglow. In general Astrophysics study, his work on Supernova, Light curve, Neutron star and Photometry often relates to the realm of Jet, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His work investigates the relationship between Supernova and topics such as Photosphere that intersect with problems in Stokes parameters.
His Gamma-ray burst study incorporates themes from Redshift, BOOTES, Telescope and Spectral line, Very Large Telescope. His Galaxy research includes themes of Stars and Spectroscopy. His Afterglow research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Brightness, Interstellar medium and Event.
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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.
Broadband observations of the naked-eye gamma-ray burst GRB 080319B
J. L. Racusin;S. V. Karpov;M. Sokolowski;J. Granot.
No supernovae from two nearby long gamma ray bursts
Johan P. U. Fynbo;Darach Watson;Christina C. Thoene;Jesper Sollerman.
arXiv: Astrophysics (2006)
No supernovae associated with two long-duration gamma ray bursts
Johan P. U. Fynbo;Darach Watson;Christina C. Thöne;Jesper Sollerman.
UV star-formation rates of GRB host galaxies
L. Christensen;J. Hjorth;J. Gorosabel;J. Gorosabel.
Astronomy and Astrophysics (2004)
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)
The optical afterglow of the short gamma-ray burst GRB 050709.
Jens Hjorth;Darach Watson;Johan P. U. Fynbo;Paul A. Price.
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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