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[astro-ph/0512232] What Can Gamma Ray Bursts Teach Us About

Posted: December 15 2005
by Sarah Bridle
This paper discusses the possible constraints on H(z) and dark energy from GRBs and concludes that supernovae will be better at low redshift, but that GRBs make useful constraints on H(z) at higher redshifts, e.g. z~2.

I would be interested to know how the constraints from GRBs would compare with WFMOS/KAOS, which aims to measure D_A and H at z~3 using baryon wiggles from spectroscopic galaxy redshifts.