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Simultaneous optical/Þ-ray observations of GRBs

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gamma ray bursts.,
  • Light (Visible radiation),
  • Sky surveys (Astronomy)

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesOptical and gamma ray space observations.
    StatementJ. Greiner ... [et al.].
    SeriesNASA TM ; 109389, NASA technical memorandum -- 109389.
    ContributionsGreiner, Jochen, 1959-, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18075761M

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Simultaneous optical/Þ-ray observations of GRBs Download PDF EPUB FB2

This status report presents details on the project to search for serendipitous time-correlated optical photographic observations of γ-ray bursters.

The ongoing photographic observations at nine observatories are used to look for plates which have been exposed simultaneously with a γ-ray burst detected by BATSE and contain the burst :// This status report Simultaneous optical/Þ-ray observations of GRBs book details on the project to search for serendipitous time-correlated optical photographic observations of γ-ray bursters.

The ongoing photographic observations at nine observatories are used to look for plates which have been exposed simultaneously with a γ-ray burst detected by BATSE and Simultaneous optical/Þ-ray observations of GRBs book the burst position. The results for the third year of BATSE operation G/abstract.

Not Available adshelp[at] The ADS is operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under NASA Cooperative Agreement NNX16AC86A Simultaneous optical/Þ-ray observations of GRBs book Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus   The combination of Simultaneous optical/Þ-ray observations of GRBs book unique optical data with simultaneous gamma-ray observations provides a powerful diagnostic tool for the physics Simultaneous optical/Þ-ray observations of GRBs book the GRB explosion within seconds of its start.

The 'Pi of the Sky' more» prototype, working since in Las Campanas Observatory in Chile, consists of 2 cameras observing same 20 deg. x 20 deg.

fields No optical transients were observed brighter than the m$_V \sim 11$ completeness limit of the resulting images providing a new upper limit on the simultaneous optical to gamma-ray fluence ratio of Simultaneous and early time optical observations of GRBs will likely make an great contribution t o our understanding.

LOTIS is a robotic wide field-of-view telescope dedicated to the search for prompt and early-time optical afterglows from gamma-ray ://   GRB was the first burst from which simultaneous optical, X-ray and gamma-ray emission was detected; its afterglow has been followed by an extensive set of radio, optical and X-ray observations.

We have studied the gamma-ray burst itself as observed by the CGRO detectors. We find that gamma-ray fluxes are not correlated with the simultaneous optical observations, and the gamma-ray   The recent confirmation that at least some γ-ray bursts originate at cosmological distances1,2,3,4 suggests that the radiation from them could be used to   Simultaneous Swift and Fermi observations of gamma-ray bursts (GRBs) offer a unique broadband view of their afterglow emission, spanning more than 10 decades in energy.

We present the sample of X-ray flares observed by both Swift and Fermi during the first three years of Fermi operations. While bright in the X-ray band, X-ray flares are often undetected at lower (optical), and higher (MeV to optical should also be observed, simultaneously, in the X-ray band.

PriortothelaunchofSwift(Gehrelsetal;Burrowsetal. ), both X-ray and optical follow-up observations of GRBs and their afterglows were limited to late times greater than sev-eral hours and often a day or more after the GRB trigger.

Since A Aims. We investigate the origin of short X-ray flares which are occasionally observed in early stages of afterglows of gamma-ray bursts (GRBs).

Methods. We observed two Swift events, GRB C and GRBbefore the start of X-ray flares in the optical Simultaneous Simultaneous optical/Þ-ray observations of GRBs book and Fermi observations of gamma-ray bursts (GRBs) offer a unique broadband view of their afterglow emission, spanning more than ten decades in :// Wind,MAGIC,XMM-Newton, and ground-based optical obser-vatories.

Inx 2 we describe the observations and data analysis from all instruments, including ground follow-up. In x 3we discuss the implications of the observations in light of the new theoretical understanding emerging fromSwift observa-tions of GRBs. Inx 4 we summarize and present our Our optical contribution to the multi-wavelength observing campaign of the γ-ray outburst of 3C has been published (Pacciani et al., ).

Further collaborations with the Fermi/LAT team for MrkMrk1ES + and MG4 J+ are on-going. We have performed 13 follow-up observations of GRBs (12 Swift GRBs and one The U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Scientific and Technical Information   GRB SIMULTANEOUS GAMMA-RAY AND X-RAY OBSERVATIONS WITH THE SWIFT SATELLITE Joanne E.

Hill,1,2 David C. Morris,3 Takanori Sakamoto,1 Goro Sato,4 David N. Burrows,3 Lorella Angelini,1,5 Claudio Pagani,3,6 Alberto Moretti,6 Antony F. Abbey,7 Scott Barthelmy,1 Andrew P.

Beardmore,8 Vadim V. Biryukov,9 Sergio Campana,6 Milvia Capalbi,10 Giancarlo The origin of γ-ray bursts (GRBs) has been enigmatic since their discovery1.

The situation improved dramatically inwhen the rapid availability of precise coordinates2,3 for the bursts ?error=cookies_not_supported&code=91dd76ad-d11e. Kornilov's 62 research works with 2, citations reads, including: Early Optical Observations of Gamma-Ray Bursts Compared with Their Gamma- and X-Ray Characteristics Using a Early optical emission from the -ray burst of 4 October Article (PDF Available) in Nature () April with 36 Reads How we measure 'reads' 1.

Introduction. The launch of the Swift satellite (Gehrels et al., ) in November marked a crucial improvement in the knowledge of the properties of the X-ray and optical afterglows of GRBs. Swift is able to quickly slew in the direction of the gamma-ray source and thus allowed, through its X-ray telescope XRT (–10 keV), X-ray observations at less than s after the trigger for We provide a comprehensive review of major developments in our understanding of gamma-ray bursts, with particular focus on the discoveries made within A.

Castro-Tirado's research works with 9, citations reads, including: Observational constraints on the optical and near-infrared emission from the neutron star-black hole   We report the simultaneous observations of the prompt emission in the gamma-ray and hard X-ray bands by the Swift BATand the Konus-Wind instruments of the short-hard burst, GRB The observations reveal multiple peaks in both the gamma-ray and hard X-ray bands suggesting a highly variable outflow from the central :// The REM (Rapid Eye Mount) telescope, recently installed at La Silla (ESO, Chile), is an example of a new generation of small robotic telescopes having the capability to allow simultaneous optical and near infrared photometry and low resolution spectroscopy.

The REM Optical Slitless Spectrograph (ROSS) is the optical instrument mounted on Simultaneous optical (SAAO) and X-ray (RXTE) observations of an X-ray burst from GS (Kong et al., ). The optical peak lags the X-rays due to light-travel time across the disc and reprocessing in   The γ-ray burst GRB B, the result of the violent collapse of a massive star to form a black hole, is the most luminous optical flash so far observed in the year history of γ-ray In order to detect and investigate short optical flares connected with GRBs, the use of very large, wide field “bad” mirrors is proposed and justified.

The possibility of simultaneous observation in the optical and in the VHE gamma-ray bands with the same mirror is :// KEYWORDS: Near infrared, Mirrors, X-ray optics, Cameras, Sensors, X-rays, Space telescopes, Gamma radiation, Space operations, X-ray telescopes Read Abstract + The Swift Gamma-ray Burst (GRB) observatory responds to GRB triggers with optical observations in   The prompt optical emission that arrives with the γ-rays from a cosmic γ-ray burst (GRB) is a signature of the engine powering the burst, the properties of the ultra-relativistic ejecta of the   When a bright γ-ray burst is sighted, two distinct types of optical emission are seen during the first few minutes after the burst: the 'prompt' emission and the early afterglow.

GRB a, a   We report that the optical polarization in the afterglow of GRB B is measured at t = s after the burst trigger, and the polarization degree is P = ({+-} %.

The optical light curve at this time shows a power-law decay with index {+-}which is interpreted as the The early optical emission of gamma-ray bursts (GRBs) gives an opportunity to understand the central engine and first stages of these events. About 30% of GRBs present flares whose origin is still a subject of discussion.

We present optical photometry of GRB Observations of the prompt afterglow of γ-ray burst events are unanimously considered of paramount importance for GRB science and cosmology.

Such observations at NIR wavelengths are even more promising allowing the monitoring of high-z Ly-α absorbed bursts as well as events occurring in dusty star-forming these pages we present rapid eye mount (REM), a fully robotized fast slewing Galaxies, an international, peer-reviewed Open Access journal.

Dear Colleagues, A new era of astronomy started in Augustwith the simultaneous detection of a short GRB and a gravitational wave event, as the result of the coalescence of a binary neutron star system (GRB/GW, Abbott et al.

The information received from BeppoSAX, Chandra and other instruments in the last two years has more than doubled the number of samples of Gamma-Ray Bursts localized and followed up for afterglow search. This has also increased the interest of astronomers in GRBs.

This book reviews the research  › Astronomy › Astrophysics and Astroparticles. BOOTES, the Burst Observer and Optical Transient Exploring System, is a network of astronomical observatories with sites in Southern Spain, New Zealand, China, bits of Michigan and Mexico (mostly m diameter telescope with EMCCD camera at the Cassegrain focus and a g'r'i'ZY main goal of the network is to quickly observe transient events within seconds or minutes   The X-ray, optical and radio afterglow detections are listed in Table 1 and the data are taken from the webpage maintained by Jochen Greiner1.

It should be noted the Swift has detected the largest number of GRBs and has the highest percentage of detections of X-ray and optical afterglows because it has an onboard X- This book reviews the research of the last two years and covers the global properties of GRBs, GRB afterglows, GRB host galaxies, cosmology using GRBs, and theories for GRBs and their afterglows.

Theoretical and observational aspects are presented as well as tools for the analysis of the ://?page=2. Recent x-ray, optical, and radio observations have led to important breakthroughs in our understanding of GRBs, although much remains to be learned from and about these tremendous explosions.

About once every second a massive star somewhere in the universe completes its life with the vast firework display of a core-collapse ://. In this paper, we present a detailed analysis of pdf γ-ray, X-ray, and optical pdf from GRB A, whose observed prompt emission lasted for s, allowing simultaneous multi-wavelength observations to be obtained.

We show that the optical light curve is consistent with an external-shock origin, and that there is significant γ-ray   Spectral and Timing Analysis of the Prompt Emission of Gamma Ray Bursts A Thesis Submitted to the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Physics by Rupal Basak School of Natural Sciences Tata Institute of Fundamental Research Mumbai Final Submission: Aug,   Joint observations ebook NASA's Swift and Fermi ebook have led to a unique opportunity to study the broadband properties of gamma-ray bursts (GRBs) over an unprecedentedly broad energy range.

The two missions have the combined capability of probing the emission from GRBs over 11 decades in energy, ranging from optical (~2 eV) to high-energy