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FIRST HOURS OF THE GRB 030329 OPTICAL AFTERGLOW
We present the first results of the observations of the extrem ely bright optical afterglow of gamma-ray burst (GRB) 030329 with the 1.5m Russian-Turkish telescope RTT150 (T ¨ UBITAK National
Review of GRANAT observations of gamma-ray bursts
The GRANAT observatory was launched into a high apogee orbit on 1 December, 1989. Three instruments onboard GRANAT - PHEBUS, WATCH and SIGMA are able to detect gamma-ray bursts in a very broad energy
Spectral properties of GRB's observed by PHEBUS
More than 180 gamma-ray bursts have been observed by the PHEBUS instrument aboard GRANAT observatory since its launch in December, 1989. A large database of the burst spectra in 0.1-100 MeV energy
Occultations of stars brighter than 15m by the largest trans-Neptunian objects in 2004–2014
AbstractWe computed the occultations of stars brighter than 15m by the largest trans-Neptunian objects (TNOs) for the next ten years. In our search, we used the following catalogs: Hipparcos; Tycho2
Occultations of HIP and UCAC2 stars downto 15m by large TNO in 2004-2014
Occultations of stars brighter than 15 m by largest TNOs are predicted. Search was performed using the following catalogues: Hipparcos; Tycho2 with coordinates of 2838666 stars taken from UCAC2
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