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3. Star Formation Rates Estimates For each object the flux of the line is calculated as W N (Ff - Ff), with W N, the width of the narrow filter and F). the flux per unit wavelength in both thr broad (B) and narrow (N) filters. , 1997). With the corrected fluxes, the equivalent width of the lines and the luminosity of the objects is calculated. The luminosity functions are constructed dividing the number of objects by the volume of space covered by the narrow filter. This luminosity function is then fitted to a Schechter function minimizing X2 (Figure 1).
Thus, a continuation of the simulations beyond jet breakout is necessary (we have computed it for models C50 and C51). 8 R* passes over into an external uniform medium with a density 10- 5 gcm- 3 and a pressure 10- 8 p(R*). CATACLYSMIC PROGENITORS OF GAMMA-RAY BURSTS 6 ------ ..... _- ....... - ....... ~ 4 Q. II -6 -6 c ::E 30 -8 0 0 '" -' 25 .... 35 20 -10 15 -12 10 5 5 B 9 Log" r 10 10 15 20 25 30 Lorentz Factor Figure 1. Left: Lorentz factor (bottom) and rest-mass density (top) vs. 24s (solid), respectively.
PASCUAL AND J. GALLEGO Depto. de Astrofisica, Facultad de Fisicas, Universidad Complutense, E-28040 Madrid, Spain A. ARAGON-SALAMANCA School of Physics and Astronomy, University of Nottingham, Nottingham, NG72RD, England AND C. E. GARCIA-DABO AND J. ZAMORANO Depto. de Astrofisica, Facultad de Fisicas, Universidad Complutense, E-28040 Madrid, Spain Abstract. The Ho: line is a direct tracer of the recent star formation. 4, candidates to be emission-line galaxies are detected and the value of the Star Formation Rate (SFR) density is computed.