GRBs observed by Fermi satellite only in 2014

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%.

|2009|2010|2011|2012|2013|2015|2016|

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