PoS - Proceedings of Science
Volume 444 - 38th International Cosmic Ray Conference (ICRC2023) - Gamma-ray Astronomy (GA)
Mono and stereo performance of the two SST-1M telescope prototypes
Presented by J. Jurysek*  on behalf of T. Tavernier, V. Novotný, M. Heller, D. Mandat, M. Pech, A. Araudo, C.M. Alispach, V. Beshley, J. Blazek, J. Borkowski, S. Boula, T. Bulik, F. Cadoux, S. Casanova, A. Christov, L. Chytka, Y. Favre, T. Gieras, P. Hamal, M. Hrabovsky, M. Jelinek, V. Karas, L. Gibaud, É. Lyard, E. Mach, S. Michal, J. Michalowksi, R. Moderski, T. Montaruli, S.R. Muthyala, A. Muraczewski, K. Nalewajski, A. Nagai, D. Neise, J. Niemiec, M. Nikolajuk, M. Palatka, M. Prouza, P. Rajda, P. Schovanek, K. Seweryn, V. Sliusar, L. Stawarz, J. Strobl, P. Swierk, J. Świerblewski, P. Travnicek, M. Ostrowski, J. Vicha, D. Della Volpe, R. Walter, W. Marek, A. Zagdański and K. Ziȩtaraet al. (click to show)
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The Single-Mirror Small-Sized Telescope, or SST-1M, was originally developed as a prototype of a small-sized telescope for CTA, designed to form an array for observations of gamma-ray-induced atmospheric showers for energies above 3 TeV. A pair of SST-1M telescopes is currently being commissioned at the Ond\v{r}ejov Observatory in the Czech Republic, and the telescope capabilities for mono and stereo observations are being tested in better astronomical conditions. The final location for the telescopes will be decided based on these tests. In this contribution, we present a data analysis pipeline called sst1mpipe, and the performance of the telescopes when working independently and in a stereo regime.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.22323/1.444.0592
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