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On the Association of Gamma-Ray Bursts with Supernovae
The recent discovery of a supernova (SN 1998bw) seemingly associated with GRB 980425 adds a new twist to the decades-old debate over the origin of gamma-ray bursts. To investigate the possibility that some (or all) bursts are associated with supernovae, we performed a systematic search for temporal/angular correlations using catalogs of BATSE and BATSE/ Ulysses burst locations. We find no associations with any of the precise BATSE/ Ulysses locations, which allows us to conclude that thedoi:10.1086/311634 fatcat:vnjpj2cq6bdtrenuwdh7qqtt7y