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Gamma-ray Bursts: 15 Years of GRB Afterglows
The small mission A-STAR (All-Sky Transient Astrophysics Reporter) aims to locate the X-ray counterparts to ALIGO and other gravitational wave detector sources, to study the poorly-understood low luminosity gamma-ray bursts, and to find a wide variety of transient high-energy source types, A-STAR will survey the entire available sky twice per 24 hours. The payload consists of a coded mask instrument, Owl, operating in the novel low energy band 4−150 keV, and a sensitive wide-field focussingdoi:10.1051/978-2-7598-1002-4-101 fatcat:pcogyogoe5eszek27pneebg6oy