L. Y. Jiang
Articles written in Journal of Astrophysics and Astronomy
Volume 35 Issue 3 September 2014 pp 561-564 Part VII: Other Topics
We report our recent understanding about a tight correlation between relative spectral lag and luminosity (or redshift) for 𝛾-ray bursts. The latest investigations indicate that the empirical correlations got from BATSE bursts also exist for Swift/BAT ones. The special luminosity-lag correlation is much similar to that of the luminosity with pulse number proposed by Schaefer (2003), but largely different from most others ever discovered. Note that our newly built luminosity-lag correlation predicts that luminosity should evolve with cosmological redshift as 𝐿p ∝ (1 + 𝑧)2.4 ± 0.7 that is excellently confirmed by Salvaterra
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