Scientists link huge star explosions to ultra-long gamma ray bursts

04/17/2013 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Researchers say a new class of ultra-long gamma ray bursts may be caused by the explosions of massive superstars. Gamma ray bursts are typically classified as short, lasting two seconds, and long, lasting up to a few minutes. However these new gamma ray bursts can last for hours.

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