... bursts[*]
Appendix A is only available in electronic form at http://www.edpsciences.org
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... curves[*]
We appropriately convert Johnson R magnitudes ($\lambda$ = 6800 Å) into Cousin magnitudes when data in the former filter are given.
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... filter)[*]
Note that Eq. (1) is equivalent to Eq. (8) of Lamb & Reichart (2000), who used the comoving distance instead of the luminosity distance used here, and defined decay and spectral index with opposite signs.
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... [4-20] keV[*]
The light curves plotted in their Fig. 2 refer to the [2-10] keV band, but they locate all bursts at z=1. Therefore the rest frame energy band is 4-20 keV.
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Copyright ESO 2006