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GRB010921: Localization and Observations by the HETE Satellite

@article{Ricker2002GRB010921LA,
  title={GRB010921: Localization and Observations by the HETE Satellite},
  author={George R. Ricker and Kevin Hurley and Donald Q. Lamb and S. E. Woosley and J. L. Atteia and Nobuyuki Kawai and Roland K. Vanderspek and Geoffrey B. Crew and John P. Doty and Jesus Noel Samonte Villasenor and Gregory Prigozhin and Glen Pickslay Monnelly and Nathaniel R. Butler and Makoto P Matsuoka and Yuji Shirasaki and Toru Tamagawa and Ken’ichi Torii and Takanori Sakamoto and Atsumasa Yoshida and Edward E. Fenimore and Mark Galassi and Tanya Tavenner and Timothy Q. Donaghy and Carlo Graziani and Michel Boer and J-P. Dezalay and M. Niel and J-F. Olive and G.Vedrenne and Thomas L. Cline and J. Garrett Jernigan and Alan M. Levine and F. Martel and Edward H. Morgan and Jo{\~a}o Braga and Rajesh V. Manchanda and Graziella Pizzichini and Kunio Takagishi and M. Higa M. Yamauchi},
  journal={arXiv: Astrophysics},
  year={2002}
}
On September 21 at 18950.56 SOD (05:15:50.56) UT the FREGATE gamma-ray instrument on the High Energy Transient Explorer (HETE) detected a bright gamma-ray burst (GRB). The burst was also seen by the X-detector on the WXM X-ray instrument and was therefore well-localized in the X direction; however, the burst was outside the fully-coded field-of-view of the WXM Y-detector, and therefore information on the Y direction of the burst was limited. Cross-correlation of the HETE and Ulysses time… 

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