His main research concerns Astrophysics, Astronomy, Gamma-ray burst, Neutron star and Galaxy. His study in Soft gamma repeater, Supernova, Afterglow, Light curve and Magnetar is done as part of Astrophysics. His study explores the link between Astronomy and topics such as Gamma ray that cross with problems in Cosmic ray and Supernova remnant.
The various areas that Kevin Hurley examines in his Gamma-ray burst study include Stars and Star formation. The Neutron star study combines topics in areas such as Gravitational wave and LIGO. His work investigates the relationship between Swift Gamma-Ray Burst Mission and topics such as GRB 050509B that intersect with problems in Elliptical galaxy.
His primary scientific interests are in Astrophysics, Gamma-ray burst, Astronomy, Afterglow and Interplanetary spaceflight. His Galaxy, Neutron star, Redshift, Gamma ray and Soft gamma repeater study are his primary interests in Astrophysics. Kevin Hurley has researched Soft gamma repeater in several fields, including Supernova remnant and Flare.
His Gamma-ray burst research includes themes of Telescope, COSMIC cancer database, Supernova, Luminosity and Light curve. His Telescope research integrates issues from High Energy Transient Explorer and Sky. His research on Astronomy often connects related topics like Gamma-ray astronomy.
Kevin Hurley focuses on Astrophysics, Gamma-ray burst, Astronomy, Interplanetary spaceflight and Magnetar. His study involves Supernova, Luminosity, Neutron star, Galaxy and Telescope, a branch of Astrophysics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Light curve, GRB 030329, GRB 980425 and Photometry in addition to Supernova.
His study in the fields of Strange matter under the domain of Neutron star overlaps with other disciplines such as Superfluidity. His work on Afterglow as part of general Gamma-ray burst research is often related to Context, thus linking different fields of science. His study in Magnetar is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Spectral line, Spectrometer and ROSAT.
Kevin Hurley mainly investigates Astrophysics, Gamma-ray burst, Astronomy, Neutron star and Supernova. All of his Astrophysics and Magnetar, Gravitational wave, Stars, Luminosity and Telescope investigations are sub-components of the entire Astrophysics study. In the subject of general Gamma-ray burst, his work in Afterglow is often linked to Context, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
His Astronomy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Detector and X-ray astronomy. His work focuses on many connections between Neutron star and other disciplines, such as LIGO, that overlap with his field of interest in Luminosity distance and Astrophysical jet. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Light curve, GRB 030329, GRB 980425 and Photometry.
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The Swift Gamma-Ray Burst Mission
N. Gehrels;G. Chincarini;G. Chincarini;P. Giommi;K. O. Mason.
web science (2004)
An Unusual Supernova in the Error Box of the Gamma-Ray Burst of 25 April 1998
T. J. Galama;P. M. Vreeswijk;J. van Paradijs;J. van Paradijs;C. Kouveliotou;C. Kouveliotou.
An X-ray pulsar with a superstrong magnetic field in the soft γ-ray repeater SGR1806 − 20
C. Kouveliotou;C. Kouveliotou;S. Dieters;S. Dieters;T.E. Strohmayer;T.E. Strohmayer;J.A. van Paradijs.
Detection of a γ-ray burst of very long duration and very high energy
K. Hurley;B. L. Dingus;B. L. Dingus;R. Mukherjee;R. Mukherjee;P. Sreekumar;P. Sreekumar.
A short γ-ray burst apparently associated with an elliptical galaxy at redshift z = 0.225
Neil Gehrels;C.L. Sarazin;Paul T. O'Brien;B. Zhang.
The afterglow of GRB 050709 and the nature of the short-hard γ-ray bursts
Derek B Fox;Derek B Fox;Dale A Frail;Paul Antony Price;Shrinivas R Kulkarni.
An exceptionally bright flare from SGR 1806–20 and the origins of short-duration γ-ray bursts
K. Hurley;S. E. Boggs;S. E. Boggs;D. M. Smith;R. C. Duncan.
GRB 090423 at a redshift of z ≈ 8.1
R. Salvaterra;M. Della Valle;S. Campana;G. Chincarini;G. Chincarini.
A giant periodic flare from the soft γ-ray repeater SGR1900+14
K. Hurley;T. Cline;E. Mazets;S. Barthelmy.
Solar hard x-ray microflares
R. P. Lin;R. A. Schwartz;S. R. Kane;R. M. Pelling.
The Astrophysical Journal (1984)
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