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Gamma-gamma absorption in gamma-ray burst environments
Gamma-ray bursts (GRBs) are the most violent explosions in the universe, seen primarily as bright, short flashes of g-rays. Long GRBs are most likely associated with the violent death of a very massive star. They are ...
Exploiting high-energy polarization in blazars
(Sissa Medialab, 2018)
The spectral energy distributions (SEDs) and variability of astrophysical sources can be modeled in many different ways, in particular, the production of X-rays and γ-rays in the SEDs of blazars. High-energy polarimetry ...