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Black Hole in Binary System is the Source of Cosmic Gamma-Ray Bursts and Their Counterparts

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Discovery of GRB clusters allows us to determine coordinates and characteristics of their sources. The objects radiating GRBs are reliably identified with black hole binaries, including the Galactic binaries. One of the unusual GRB properties, which are determined by black hole, is revealed in that the measured arrival direction of GRB does not coincide with the real location of its source. Just this fact allows us to find the objects radiating GRBs. On the basis of the general relativity theory's effects, observed in the GRB clusters, the technique of the black hole masses measurement is developed. The calculated black hole masses for the majority of known Galactic BH binaries are presented. It is briefly shown how the incorrect interpretations of observational facts result in an erroneous idea of the GRB cosmological origin. In fact, two problems are solved in the paper: the GRB origin and the reality of BH existence.

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A. Kuznetsov, "Black Hole in Binary System is the Source of Cosmic Gamma-Ray Bursts and Their Counterparts," Journal of Modern Physics, Vol. 2 No. 7, 2011, pp. 700-713. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2011.27082.

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