GRBs observed by SWIFT or/and other satellites in 2016

The “Pi of the Sky” apparatuses continuously monitor the SWIFT satellite Field of View.

In INTA 10 s exposures of a 21°x 21° field are taken by 16 cameras. In SPdA 10 s exposures of a 21°x 21° field are taken by two cameras.

Twice a night the whole sky is scanned.

Targets of GCN alerts are also followed automatically.

In a table below there are alerts, which were caused by GRB with probability greater than 50%.

|2006|2007|2008|2009|2010|
|2011|2012|2013|2014|2015|

984 (452 from LCO + 532 from INTA, 502 from SPdA therein) GRBs observed by FERMI satellite only since Jul 2009; 3 in 2016 therein
sitetime perioddaytimeapparatus
off
South (INTA)
North (SPdA
and LCO)
hemisphere
below
horizon
cloudsoutside
FOV
inside FOV
INTAin 20161200000
since Nov 1st 20103009221569531
SPdAin 20163000000
since Mar 25th 20112811183447490
LCOfrom Jul 1st 2009
to Oct 31st 2010
22465285612652


 
 

Gamma / X-ray satellite observationsOptical "Pi of the Sky" observations
INTASPdAGCN
GRBUTRA   DecErrorAlertBefore GRBDuring GRBAfter GRBBefore GRBDuring GRBAfter GRB 
 16 01 07A22:20:4119h50m02s  +04°35′2.°63FERMI/CALET apparatus off  daytime  
 16 01 06A22:45:3012h06m26s  +17°26′1.°11FERMI/Konus apparatus off  daytime  
 16 01 04A11:24:10  5h07m13s  +11°21′3.′00Swift/FERMI daytime  daytime