Photometry and spectroscopy of GRB 030329 and its associated supernova 2003dh: The first two months

T. Matheson, P. M. Garnavich, K. Z. Stanek, D. Bersier, S. T. Holland, K. Krisciunas, N. Caldwell, P. Berlind, J. S. Bloom, M. Bolte, A. Z. Bonanos, M. J I Brown, W. R. Brown, M. L. Calkins, P. Challis, R. Chornock, L. Echevarria, D. J. Eisenstein, M. E. Everett, A. V. FilippenkoK. Flint, R. J. Foley, D. L. Freedman, Mario Hamuy, P. Harding, N. P. Hathi, M. Hicken, C. Hoopes, C. Impey, B. T. Jannuzi, R. A. Jansen, S. Jha, J. Kaluzny, S. Kannappan, R. P. Kirshner, D. W. Latham, J. C. Lee, D. C. Leonard, W. Li, K. L. Luhman, P. Martini, H. Mathis, J. Maza, S. T. Megeath, L. R. Miller, D. Minniti, E. W. Olszewski, M. Papenkova, M. M. Phillips, B. Pindor, D. D. Sasselov, R. Schild, H. Schweiker, T. Spahr, J. Thomas-Osip, I. Thompson, D. Weisz, R. Windhorst, D. Zaritsky

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We present extensive optical and infrared photometry of the afterglow of gamma-ray burst (GRB) 030329 and its associated supernova (SN) 2003dh over the first two months after detection (2003 March 30-May 29 UT). Optical spectroscopy from a variety of telescopes is shown and, when combined with the photometry, allows an unambiguous separation between the afterglow and SN contributions. The optical afterglow of the GRB is initially a power-law continuum but shows significant color variations during the first week that are unrelated to the presence of an SN. The early afterglow light curve also shows deviations from the typical power-law decay. An SN spectrum is first detectable ∼7 days after the burst and dominates the light after ∼11 days. The spectral evolution and the light curve are shown to closely resemble those of SN 1998bw, a peculiar Type Ic SN associated with GRB 980425, and the time of the SN explosion is close to the observed time of the GRB. It is now clear that at least some GRBs arise from core-collapse SNe.

Idioma originalEnglish
Páginas (desde-hasta)394-407
Número de páginas14
PublicaciónAstrophysical Journal
Volumen599
N.º1 I
DOI
EstadoPublished - 10 dic 2003

Huella dactilar

gamma ray bursts
photometry
supernovae
spectroscopy
afterglows
power law
explosion
light curve
infrared photometry
explosions
bursts
telescopes
continuums
deviation
color
decay

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Nuclear and High Energy Physics
  • Space and Planetary Science
  • Astronomy and Astrophysics

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Matheson, T., Garnavich, P. M., Stanek, K. Z., Bersier, D., Holland, S. T., Krisciunas, K., ... Zaritsky, D. (2003). Photometry and spectroscopy of GRB 030329 and its associated supernova 2003dh: The first two months. Astrophysical Journal, 599(1 I), 394-407. https://doi.org/10.1086/379228
Matheson, T. ; Garnavich, P. M. ; Stanek, K. Z. ; Bersier, D. ; Holland, S. T. ; Krisciunas, K. ; Caldwell, N. ; Berlind, P. ; Bloom, J. S. ; Bolte, M. ; Bonanos, A. Z. ; Brown, M. J I ; Brown, W. R. ; Calkins, M. L. ; Challis, P. ; Chornock, R. ; Echevarria, L. ; Eisenstein, D. J. ; Everett, M. E. ; Filippenko, A. V. ; Flint, K. ; Foley, R. J. ; Freedman, D. L. ; Hamuy, Mario ; Harding, P. ; Hathi, N. P. ; Hicken, M. ; Hoopes, C. ; Impey, C. ; Jannuzi, B. T. ; Jansen, R. A. ; Jha, S. ; Kaluzny, J. ; Kannappan, S. ; Kirshner, R. P. ; Latham, D. W. ; Lee, J. C. ; Leonard, D. C. ; Li, W. ; Luhman, K. L. ; Martini, P. ; Mathis, H. ; Maza, J. ; Megeath, S. T. ; Miller, L. R. ; Minniti, D. ; Olszewski, E. W. ; Papenkova, M. ; Phillips, M. M. ; Pindor, B. ; Sasselov, D. D. ; Schild, R. ; Schweiker, H. ; Spahr, T. ; Thomas-Osip, J. ; Thompson, I. ; Weisz, D. ; Windhorst, R. ; Zaritsky, D. / Photometry and spectroscopy of GRB 030329 and its associated supernova 2003dh : The first two months. En: Astrophysical Journal. 2003 ; Vol. 599, N.º 1 I. pp. 394-407.
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En: Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 599, N.º 1 I, 10.12.2003, p. 394-407.

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T1 - Photometry and spectroscopy of GRB 030329 and its associated supernova 2003dh

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AU - Garnavich, P. M.

AU - Stanek, K. Z.

AU - Bersier, D.

AU - Holland, S. T.

AU - Krisciunas, K.

AU - Caldwell, N.

AU - Berlind, P.

AU - Bloom, J. S.

AU - Bolte, M.

AU - Bonanos, A. Z.

AU - Brown, M. J I

AU - Brown, W. R.

AU - Calkins, M. L.

AU - Challis, P.

AU - Chornock, R.

AU - Echevarria, L.

AU - Eisenstein, D. J.

AU - Everett, M. E.

AU - Filippenko, A. V.

AU - Flint, K.

AU - Foley, R. J.

AU - Freedman, D. L.

AU - Hamuy, Mario

AU - Harding, P.

AU - Hathi, N. P.

AU - Hicken, M.

AU - Hoopes, C.

AU - Impey, C.

AU - Jannuzi, B. T.

AU - Jansen, R. A.

AU - Jha, S.

AU - Kaluzny, J.

AU - Kannappan, S.

AU - Kirshner, R. P.

AU - Latham, D. W.

AU - Lee, J. C.

AU - Leonard, D. C.

AU - Li, W.

AU - Luhman, K. L.

AU - Martini, P.

AU - Mathis, H.

AU - Maza, J.

AU - Megeath, S. T.

AU - Miller, L. R.

AU - Minniti, D.

AU - Olszewski, E. W.

AU - Papenkova, M.

AU - Phillips, M. M.

AU - Pindor, B.

AU - Sasselov, D. D.

AU - Schild, R.

AU - Schweiker, H.

AU - Spahr, T.

AU - Thomas-Osip, J.

AU - Thompson, I.

AU - Weisz, D.

AU - Windhorst, R.

AU - Zaritsky, D.

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Matheson T, Garnavich PM, Stanek KZ, Bersier D, Holland ST, Krisciunas K y otros. Photometry and spectroscopy of GRB 030329 and its associated supernova 2003dh: The first two months. Astrophysical Journal. 2003 dic 10;599(1 I):394-407. https://doi.org/10.1086/379228