GRB 210121A: A Typical Fireball Burst Detected by Two Small Missions

@article{Wang2021GRB2A,
  title={GRB 210121A: A Typical Fireball Burst Detected by Two Small Missions},
  author={Xiangyu Ivy 翔煜 Wang 王 and Xutao Zheng and Shuo Xiao and Jun Yang and Zi-Ke Liu and Yu-Han Yang and Jin-Hang Zou and Bin-Bin Zhang and Ming Zeng and Shao-Lin Xiong and Hua Feng and Xin-Ying Song and Jiaxing Wen and Dacheng Xu and Guo-Yin Chen and Yang Ni and Zi-Jian Zhang and Yu-Xuan Wu and Ce Cai and Jirong Cang and Yun-Wei Deng and Huaizhong Gao and De-Feng Kong and Yue Huang and Cheng-Kui Li and Hong Li and Xiao-Bo Li and En-Wei Liang and Lin Lin and Yihui Liu and Xiangyun Long and Dian Lu and Qi Luo and Yong-Chang Ma and Yan-Zhi Meng and Wen-Xi Peng and Rui Qiao and Li-Ming Song and Yang Tian and Pei-Yuan Wang and Ping Wang and Xiang-Gao Wang and Sheng Xu and Dongxin Yang and Yi-Han Yin and Weihe Zeng and Zhi Zeng and Ting-Jun Zhang and Yuchong Zhang and Zhao Zhang and Zhen Zhang},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2021},
  volume={922}
}
  • Xiangyu Ivy 翔煜 Wang 王, Xutao Zheng, +48 authors Zhen Zhang
  • Published 22 July 2021
  • Physics
  • The Astrophysical Journal
The Chinese CubeSat Mission, Gamma Ray Integrated Detectors (GRID), recently detected its first gamma-ray burst, GRB 210121A, which was jointly observed by the Gravitational wave high-energy Electromagnetic Counterpart All-sky Monitor (GECAM). This burst is confirmed by several other missions, including Fermi and Insight-HXMT. We combined multimission observational data and performed a comprehensive analysis of the burst’s temporal and spectral properties. Our results show that the burst is… Expand

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