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GRB 210121A: A Typical Fireball Burst Detected by Two Small Missions
Wang, Xiangyu Ivy; Zheng, Xutao; Xiao, Shuo; Yang, Jun; Liu, Zi-Ke; Yang, Yu-Han; Zou, Jin-Hang; Zhang, Bin-Bin; Zeng, Ming; Xiong, Shao-Lin; Feng, Hua; Song, Xin-Ying; Wen, Jiaxing; Xu, Dacheng; Chen, Guo-Yin; Ni, Yang; Wu, Yu-Xuan; Zhang, Zi-Jian; Cai, Ce; Cang, Jirong; Deng, Yun-Wei; Gao, Huaizhong; Kong, De-Feng; Huang, Yue; Li, Cheng-kui; Li, Hong; Li, Xiao-Bo; Liang, En-Wei; Lin, Lin; Liu, Yihui; Long, Xiangyun; Lu, Dian; Luo, Qi; Ma, Yong-Chang; Meng, Yan-Zhi; Peng, Wen-Xi; Qiao, Rui; Song, Li-Ming; Tian, Yang; Wang, Pei-Yuan; Wang, Ping; Wang, Xiang-Gao; Xu, Sheng; Yang, Dongxin; Yin, Yi-Han; Zeng, Weihe; Zeng, Zhi; Zhang, Ting-Jun; Zhang, Yuchong; Zhang, Zhao and Zhang, Zhen
KeywordHigh Energy Astrophysical Phenomena
Subject AreaAstrophysics
AbstractThe Chinese CubeSat Mission, Gamma Ray Integrated Detectors (GRID), recently detected its first gamma-ray burst, GRB 210121A, which was jointly observed by the Gravitational wave high-energy Electromagnetic Counterpart All-sky Monitor (GECAM). This burst is confirmed by several other missions, including \fermi and \textit{Insight}-HXMT. We combined multi-mission observational data and performed a comprehensive analysis of the burst's temporal and spectral properties. Our results show that the burst is relatively special in its high peak energy, thermal-like low energy indices, and large fluence. By putting it to the $E_{\rm p}$-$E_{\rm\gamma, iso}$ relation diagram with assumed distance, we found this burst can be constrained at the redshift range of [0.3,3.0]. The thermal spectral component is also confirmed by the direct fit of the physical models to the observed spectra. Interestingly, the physical photosphere model also constrained a redshift of $z\sim$ 0.3 for this burst, which help us to identify a host galaxy candidate at such a distance within the location error box. Assuming the host galaxy is real, we found the burst can be best explained by the photosphere emission of a typical fireball with an initial radius of $r_0\sim$ 3.2 $\times 10^7$ cm.
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Wang, Xiangyu Ivy,Zheng, Xutao,Xiao, Shuo,et al. GRB 210121A: A Typical Fireball Burst Detected by Two Small Missions. 2021.
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