Capabilities of the GAMMA-400 gamma-ray telescope to detect gamma-ray bursts from lateral directions

@article{Leonov2021CapabilitiesOT,
  title={Capabilities of the GAMMA-400 gamma-ray telescope to detect gamma-ray bursts from lateral directions},
  author={Alexey A. Leonov and Arkady Moiseev Galper and N. P. Topchiev and Irene V. Arkhangelskaja and Andrey Arkhangelskiy and Alexey Bakaldin and Irina V. Chernysheva and Oleg D. Dalkarov and A. E. Egorov and M.D. Kheymits and Mikhail G. Korotkov and Alexander Malinin and Andrey G. Mayorov and V. V. Mikhailov and A. V. Mikhailova and Pavel Minaev and N. Yu. Pappe and Piergiorgio Picozza and Roberta Sparvoli and Y. I. Stozhkov and Sergey I. Suchkov and Yu. T. Yurkin},
  journal={Advances in Space Research},
  year={2021}
}
Gamma- and Cosmic-Ray Observations with the GAMMA-400 Gamma-Ray Telescope

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