Gamma-ray burst detection prospects for next generation ground-based VHE facilities

  title={Gamma-ray burst detection prospects for next generation ground-based VHE facilities},
  author={G La Mura and U Barres de Almeida and R{\'u}ben Conceiç{\~a}o and A De Angelis and Francesco Longo and M{\'a}rio Pimenta and E. Prandini and E. Ruiz-Velasco and Bernardo Tom{\'e}},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
Gamma-ray Bursts (GRB) were discovered by satellite-based detectors as powerful sources of transient γ-ray emission. The Fermi satellite detected an increasing number of these events with its dedicated Gamma-ray Burst Monitor (GBM), some of which were associated with high energy photons ($E \gt 10$ GeV), by the Large Area Telescope (LAT). More recently, follow-up observations by Cherenkov telescopes detected very high energy emission ($E \gt 100$ GeV) from GRBs, opening up a new observational… 
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