PoS - Proceedings of Science
Volume 301 - 35th International Cosmic Ray Conference (ICRC2017) - Session Gamma-Ray Astronomy. GA-extra-galactic
Results of the Multimessenger GRB Observations in the Lomonosov Mission
V. Bogomolov,* M. Panasyuk, S. Svertilov, V.M. Lipunov, A. Amelushkin, V. Barinova, A. Bogomolov, A. Iyudin, N. Dzhioeva, V. Kalegaev, P. Kazarjan, E. Kuznetsova, A. Lukin, I. Myagkova, A. Minaev, A. Shustova, M. Nguyen, V. Petrov, I. Yashin, E.S. Gorbovskoy, V. Kornilov, I. H.Park, H.M. Jeong, S. Jeong, M. Kim, A. Castro-Tirado
*corresponding author
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Pre-published on: August 16, 2017
Published on: August 03, 2018
Abstract
GRB study is one of the main goals of the Lomonosov space mission. Multimessenger GRB observation is the only way of progress achievement in their study. The Lomonosov satellite is the first space mission in which the multi-wave length observations of GRBs are realized in real time without necessity of optical instrument re-orientation on GRB monitor trigger. The mission payload includes the GRB monitor BDRG, wide field optical cameras SHOK and UFFO instrument consisting of X-ray imaging telescope UBAT and UV slewing mirror telescope SMT. Two wide field cameras are placed in such a way that their fields of view (FOV) are overlapped by the GRB monitor detector FOVs. This allows the simultaneous GRB observations in gammas and optics in all-time scale of event evolution including obtaining optical light curves of prompt emission as well as of precursors. The real time data transfer to the GCN for detected GRB is realized as well as operative control of BDRG data on triggers from ground based facilities including neutrino and gravitation wave detectors. The GRB catalogue is presented in this report, also those events, for which information was obtained in different bands, are discussed in details.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.22323/1.301.0669
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