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Very high-energy gamma rays from gamma-ray bursts.

Chadwick, P. M. (2007) 'Very high-energy gamma rays from gamma-ray bursts.', Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society A : mathematical, physical and engineering sciences., 365 (1854). pp. 1343-1356.


Very high-energy (VHE) gamma-ray astronomy has undergone a transformation in the last few years, with telescopes of unprecedented sensitivity having greatly expanded the source catalogue. Such progress makes the detection of a gamma-ray burst at the highest energies much more likely than previously. This paper describes the facilities currently operating and their chances for detecting gamma-ray bursts, and reviews predictions for VHE gamma-ray emission from gamma-ray bursts. Results to date are summarized.

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Keywords:Very high-energy gamma rays, Gamma-ray bursts, Atmospheric Cherenkov technique.
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