A common envelope binary star origin of long gamma-ray bursts
The stellar origin of γ-ray bursts can be explained by the rapid release of energy in a highly collimated, extremely relativistic jet. This in turn appears to require a rapidly spinning highly magnetized stellar core that collapses into a magnetic neutro
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