Gamma-Ray Burst Light Curves

Gamma-Ray Burst Light Curves
(Credit: J.T. Bonnell (NASA/GSFC))

GIF version

No two gamma-ray bursts are the same, as can be seen from this sample of a dozen light curves. Some are short, some are long, some are weak, some are strong, some have more spikes, some have none, each unlike the other one.



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