The shallow-decay phase in both the optical and X-ray afterglows of Swift GRB 090529A: energy injection into a wind-type medium?статья

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[1] The shallow-decay phase in both the optical and x-ray afterglows of swift grb 090529a: energy injection into a wind-type medium? / L. P. Xin, A. Pozanenko, D. A. Kann et al. // Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. — 2012. — Vol. 422, no. 3. — P. 2044–2050. The energy injection model is the usual choice for interpreting the shallow-decay phase in Swift gamma-ray burst (GRB) X-ray afterglows. However, very few GRBs have simultaneous signatures of energy injection in their optical and X-ray afterglows. Here, we report on the optical observations of GRB 090529A from 2000 s to ˜106 s after the burst, in which an achromatic decay is seen at both wavelengths. The optical light curve shows a decay from 0.37 to 0.99, with a break at ˜105 s. In the same time interval, the decay indices of the X-ray light curve changed from 0.04 to 1.2. Comparing these values with the closure relations, the segment after 3 × 104 s is consistent with the prediction of the forward shock in an interstellar medium without any energy injection. The shallow-decay phase between 2000 and 3 × 104 s could be a result of the external shock in a wind-type medium with an energy injection under the condition of νo < νc < νx. However, the constraint of the spectral region is not consistent with the multiband observations. For this shallow-decay phase, other models are also possible, such as energy injection with evolving microphysical parameters, a jet viewed off-axis, etc.

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