archive: SETI May Gamma-ray burst yields another optical partner

SETI May Gamma-ray burst yields another optical partner

Larry Klaes ( lklaes@bbn.com )
Wed, 19 May 1999 10:16:34 -0400

>Date: Tue, 18 May 1999 16:23:20 -0500
>From: NASA Science News <expressnews@sslab.msfc.nasa.gov>
>Reply-To: EXPRESSREPLY@sslab.msfc.nasa.gov
>To: express-delivery@sslab.msfc.nasa.gov
>Subject: May Gamma-ray burst yields another optical partner
>
>Astrophysics news from Science@NASA for May 18, 1999:
>
>Scientists catch another gamma-ray burster in visible light - Several
southern
>hemisphere telescopes observe the latest optical counterpart to a gamma-ray
>burst reported by BATSE and Beppo-Sax. Scientists estimate the burst
originated
>10 billion light years away. Full story:
>
> http://science.nasa.gov/newhome/headlines/ast18may99_1.htm
>
><a href="http://science.nasa.gov/newhome/headlines/ast18may99_1.htm">Link for
>AOL users</a>.
>
>============================================================
>You are subscribed to NASA's Space Science News mail server.
>This is a free service.
>
>To add, remove, or change your address on this service,
>go to
>
> http://science.nasa.gov/news/subscribe.htm
>
><a href="http://science.nasa.gov/news/subscribe.htm">
>Link for AOL users</a>.
>============================================================
>
>Linda Porter
>Code SD23
>Science Systems Department
>NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
>Huntsville AL 35812
>
>(256)544-7588
>(256)544-7128 (fax)
>linda.porter@msfc.nasa.gov
>
>http://science.nasa.gov/
>
>