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Proceedings of Gravitational-waves Science&Technology Symposium — PoS(GRASS2018)
During the second scientific run (O2) of LIGO/VIRGO collaboration (LVC), an epochal breakthrough occurred when the first binary neutron star (BNS) gravitational wave (GW) event was detected (GW170817) and associated to the weak short GRB170817A detected by the Fermi and Integral satellites. DLT40 was the second of the six groups which independently detected the associated optical kilonova, DLT17ck 11 hours after the GW channel. Multimessenger astronomy, the detection of an astrophysical sourcedoi:10.22323/1.325.0037 fatcat:2a2zffh3ubhdrh22extnjoi6vi