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Gamma Ray Bursts and Gravitational Radiation

  1. Oct 28, 2008 #1
    Okay,

    I'm writing a short response of about one page right now. Here's the question:

    Regarding soft gamma ray repeaters, 1. Is there any connection between the electromagnetic radiation and gravitational radiation? (specify: luminosity of the source? Thresholds?) and 2. How much matter/energy is thrown out of a star during a burst?

    I'm NOT looking for an answer, only resources with which to answer the question. I already have a couple of sources, but having learned the hard way, the more sources the better.

    Do you guys have anything?
     
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