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Catalogue XRT results for GRB 220730A

Data were analysed using HEASOFT version 6.29

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Summary Information

RA:??LC breaks:0
Dec:??LC type:Unknown.
Err:??′′NH,intr.:? cm-2
Gal long:RedshiftUnknown
Gal lat:Γ?
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If you use any of these data, please cite Evans et al. (2009), which describes how these products were created (see the usage policy for more information).

Light curve

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This light curve comes from the light curve repository (if you use it, please cite Evans et al [2007, 2009]. Flares, marked by cross-hatched regions, are identified automatically, but may have been manually corrected. These are excluded from the fit. Any power-law breaks added to the fit must be required at the 4-σ level (according to an f-test) to be included in the best-fit. Details of all fits attempted are given below the plot. For more information see the light curve fitting documentation.

Fitted light curve of GRB 220730A

Internal error. Fit information not available.

Fit Details

There are no flares ignored from this fit.

The best-fitting light curve has 0 breaks.

Click on the number of breaks in the table to the right to change which fit is plotted above and detailed below.

Currently showing the best fit.

α10.00 (+0.00, -0.00)

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Spectra

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Since there are no breaks in the light curve, only the time-averaged spectra are shown below. Times of flaring have not been removed, however this makes little difference to most spectra (see Fig 7/8c of Evans et al. 2009). For more information see the time-resolved spectroscopy documentation.

Time-averaged spectrum (T0 + 111 to 51604 s)

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WT mode spectrum of GRB 220730A PC mode spectrum of GRB 220730A


Comparison with other bursts

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Parameter distributions

The plots below show the probability density functions of the temporal and time-averaged spectral parameters for all GRBs, with the data for GRB 220730A shown on in colour. Click the images for larger versions.

For all plots, the solid vertical lines mark the values for this GRB, and the dashed lines the 1-σ uncertainties. For α and Tb, the colour changes for each phase. For the spectral parameters, the WT fits are shown in blue and the PC in red. These figures correspond to Figs. 5,6, 7a and 8a of Evans et al. (2009). See the PDF documentation for more information.

Temporal indicesBreak TimesNHSpectral indices
Comparison of decay indices Comparison of light curve break times Comparison of intrinsic column densities Comparison of spectral energy indices

Closure Relationships

The plots below show (α, β) scatter plots for each of the different types/phases of light curves (see light-curve types), since GRB 220730A is of type, "Unknown," which has no scatter plots of its own. GRB 220730A is shown in colour, with each light curve phase, or XRT mode marked by a different colour. α and β are the temporal and spectral energy power-law indices respectively. The shaded regions mark those allowed by the standard closure relationships. These figures correspond to Fig. 10 of Evans et al. (2009). See the closure relationship documentation for more information.

No break
Comparison of nobreak closures
One-break, steep first
Steep phase
One-break, steep first
Shallow phase
Comparison of One-break, steep first, steep phase closuresComparison of One-break, steep first, shallow phase closures
One-break, shallow first
Shallow phase
One-break, shallow first
Steep phase
Comparison of One-break, shallow first, shallow phase closuresComparison of One-break, shallow first, steep phase closures
Canonical
Steep phase
Canonical
Plateau
Canonical
'Normal'
Canonical
Post jet-break
Comparison of Canonical, steep phase closuresComparison of Canonical, plateau phase closuresComparison of Canonical, normal phase closuresComparison of Canonical, post jet-break phase closures

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