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  • Gamma-ray astronomy is radiation astronomy applied to the various extraterrestrial gamma-ray sources, especially at night. It is usually conducted above
    117 KB (13,350 words) - 23:36, 14 April 2016
  • being measured." A gamma-ray burst has occurred somewhere nearby to Earth. The burst at maximum intensity lasted 100 s. While gamma-rays are absorbed by
    20 KB (1,857 words) - 22:19, 26 April 2016
  • error circle are stars (*), additional X-ray sources (X), a gamma-ray burst source (gammaBurst), and a dark nebula (DkNeb). The image at the top right
    21 KB (2,712 words) - 05:30, 13 May 2016
  • of gamma-ray burst. 11. True or False, In 2005, ESO telescopes detected, for the first time, the visible light following a short-duration burst and
    8 KB (462 words) - 07:33, 25 May 2016
  • the time." ... In 2009, [the] Fermi Gamma Ray Telescope in Earth orbit observed [an] intense burst of gamma rays corresponding to positron annihilations
    14 KB (1,471 words) - 12:43, 21 May 2016
  • considered to happen before." "The Gamma-ray Burst Monitor (GBM) ... detects sudden flares of gamma-rays produced by gamma ray bursts and solar flares. Its scintillators
    94 KB (11,131 words) - 01:54, 22 April 2016
  • first gamma-ray source in Triangulum Australe is unknown. The field of gamma-ray astronomy is the result of observations and theories about gamma-ray sources
    21 KB (2,979 words) - 18:38, 27 April 2016
  • The first gamma-ray source in Scutum is unknown. The field of gamma-ray astronomy is the result of observations and theories about gamma-ray sources detected
    21 KB (2,943 words) - 22:07, 13 April 2016
  • its infancy." "In 2009, [the] Fermi Gamma Ray Telescope in Earth orbit observed [an] intense burst of gamma rays corresponding to positron annihilations
    29 KB (3,144 words) - 17:03, 27 April 2016
  • and cosmic gamma-ray burst experiment (GRB) had 3 main objectives: study and monitor solar flares, detect and localize cosmic gamma-ray bursts, and in-situ
    27 KB (3,201 words) - 01:33, 25 April 2016
  • astronomy, Electromagnetic astronomy, Electron astronomy, Gamma-ray astronomy, Gamma-ray burster astronomy, Giant molecular cloud astronomy, Green astronomy
    10 KB (690 words) - 04:56, 21 April 2016
  • and cosmic gamma-ray burst experiment (GRB) had 3 main objectives: study and monitor solar flares, detect and localize cosmic gamma-ray bursts, and in-situ
    40 KB (4,756 words) - 04:51, 21 April 2016
  • considered to happen before." "The Gamma-ray Burst Monitor (GBM) ... detects sudden flares of gamma-rays produced by gamma ray bursts and solar flares. Its scintillators
    144 KB (16,722 words) - 05:02, 12 April 2016
  • being measured." A gamma-ray burst has occurred somewhere nearby to Earth. The burst at maximum intensity lasted 100 s. While gamma-rays are absorbed by
    141 KB (15,795 words) - 02:47, 21 May 2016
  • overlap with either "Gamma rays" or "UV"? Look through the SIMBAD list again to see if either "gamma", "gam", "gB" for gamma-ray burst, or UV, EUV, or XUV
    25 KB (3,205 words) - 00:37, 14 April 2016
  • 2014-01-10.  Bill Keel (October 2003). "Jets, Superluminal Motion, and Gamma-Ray Bursts". Tucson, Arizona USA: University of Arizona. Retrieved 2014-03-19
    24 KB (2,637 words) - 06:27, 25 May 2016
  • overlap with either "Gamma rays" or "UV"? Look through the SIMBAD list again to see if either "gamma", "gam", "gB" for gamma-ray burst, or UV, EUV, or XUV
    25 KB (3,343 words) - 00:49, 14 April 2016
  • False, The distribution of gamma-ray bursts is tetratropic. 75. Which of the following are cold dark matter gamma rays? 76. Complete the text:
    41 KB (1,635 words) - 12:06, 14 April 2016
  • sources within this error circle are stars, other X-ray sources, a gamma-ray burst source, and a dark nebula. In the theory of source astronomy comes
    108 KB (12,246 words) - 16:21, 25 May 2016
  • the item letter with each of the possibilities below: X-ray burster - A gamma-ray burster - B X-ray pulsar - C SFXT - D soft X-ray transient - E diffuse
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