Respuestas GRB

Burst Optical Observer and Transient Exploring System    

( A world wide Network of Robotic Telescopes )

*2nd Epoch (TELMA 60cm + NTM500)

 

GRB Publication  T(obs)-T(GRB) Satellite Magnitude Comments
180904A GCN 23209 116s Swift >19 1st image 56s after alert
180720C GCN 23016 132s Swift >18 crowded field
170728B GCN 21393 40s Swift 16.5 OA detection during the prompt gamma-ray phase
160927A   1.01h Swift >20 r-band, 60x60s exposures, after sunset
160119A GCN 18906 111s Swift >19.5 1st only 9.5s after alert
150309A GCN 17554 86s Swift >18  
150302A GCN 17542 78s Swift >18.5  
141121A GCN 17076 11m Swift >16.5 cloudy (cirruses)
140709A GCN 16554 60s Swift >16.5  
140703A GCN 16504 45s Swift 20 OA marginally detected, confirmed at 1.5m OSN
140606A GCN 16361 10h Swift >18.8 observed when the GRB location became visible
130608A GCN 14829 136m Swift >18.8  
130606A GCN 14782 21m Swift 18.5 OA discovery, confirmed at the 1.23m CAHA
130527A GCN 14706 12h Swift >18 observed when the GRB location became visible
121017A GCN 13876 180s Swift >18.5  
121001A GCN 13835 1.2h Swift 19.7 OA detection
120816A GCN 13658 66m Swift >18  
120729A GCN 13550 13.2h Swift >19.4 observed when the GRB location became visible
110223A GCN 11755 228s Swift >18 r-band
110212A GCN 11701 32.1s Swift r> 16.5 1st obs 7.3s after alert  
101112A GCN 11398 109s INTEGRAL 18 OA discovery, 1st obs 31s after alert, no z value
101020A GCN 11360 5.46h Swift >18  
100614A GCN 10839 6.9m Swift >18 1st obs 18s after alert
100522A GCN 10785 775s Swift >15.5 1st obs 15s after alert, r-band
080605 GCN 7837 56s Swift 15 1st obs 43s after alert (r-band), 1st real-time reaction of TELMA, z = 1.69
080603B     Swift   commissioning phase, multicolour lightcurve, z = 2.69, Jelínek et al. 2018

 

*1st Epoch (30cm + Paramount)

 

GRB (satellite) T(obs)-T(GRB) Comments Publication
080218 Swift 62.3s With the dome closed - bad weather (T50065)  
071112 Swift 62.8s clouds (T50044)
071109 Swift 58.5s W>13.0 (T50040) GCN 7047
071101 Swift 54.8s W>17.0 (T50038) GCN 7032
070810 Swift 121.3s ? (T50027)
070809 Swift 31.1s SHB. at dawn, overexposed. (T50024)
(070807) Swift 12.4s false (lost track) (T50021)
070721 Swift 19s reaction to a late x-ray alert (T50013)
070714 Swift 51.7s overexposed due to twilight (T50008)
070704 Swift 490s Dark LGRB (T50005)
(070615 -- Bootes2 is operational now with the repaired setup of Bootes1B)  
060105 Swift - imaging ended ~90s prior to the burst
051211A Swift simultaneous HETE-3979 N>10
050525 Swift simultaneous N>9  
050520 Swift simultaneaous -  
050421 Swift 8s N>9.0 GCN report
050215b Swift simultaneous N>10.0 GCN report
041226 Swift      
041224 Swift      
041016 Swift simultaneous N>7 (hodne nizko) GCN2822
030913 Swift 2h during daytime. HETE I>12 (WF) I>17.5 (NF)  
(030818) Swift 48s HETE-2812 SGR1805-20 1-21-49

 

Non-GRB triggers

GRB 100925A / MAXI J1659-152 12hr r = 16.6 +/- 0.1 (reported in GCN 11301)

Swift Trigger 420256 126 r > 18 (reported in GCNC 10656)

GRB 070610 / Sw 1955+2614 (reported in Nature 405, 506)

 

Notes: Technical downtime: Mar 2011-Jan 2012

On 080501, a new telescope & mount NTM400+60cm RC (TELMA) were installed at Bootes-2

On 080328, the former Bootes-2 Paramount+30cm is installed in Arenosillo at the Bootes-1 site.