Influence of settings of multidirectional detector setup on Gamma-Ray Burst coordinates accuracy

Lomonosov SatelliteMy primary objectives include BDRG detectors calibration and laboratory tests for Lomonosov Satellite instruments in order to produce reliable and precise data for scientific investigation, as well as data analysis. Some data of DRG Gamma-Ray detector of RELEK satellite, operating in orbit since 2014, has also been processed.

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Amelushkin, A.M., Bogomolov, V.V., Galkin, V.I., Goncharov, B.V., Gorbovskoy, E.S., Kornilov, V.G., Lipunov, V.M., Panasyuk, M.I., Petrov, V.L., Smoot, G.F. and Svertilov, S.I., 2013. BDRG and SHOK instruments for study of GRB prompt emission in Michaylo Lomonosov space mission. European Astronomical Society Publications Series, 61, pp.553-559.
Grossan, B., Smoot, G.F., Bogomolov, V.V., Svertilov, S.I., Vedenkin, N.N., Panasyuk, M., Goncharov, B., Rozhkov, G., Saleev, K., Grobovskoj, E. and Krasnov, A.S., 2013. Feasibility of a Small, Rapid Optical/IR Response, Next Generation Gamma-Ray Burst Mission. European Astronomical Society Publications Series, 61, pp.633-637.
Amelyushkin, A.M., Galkin, V.I., Goncharov, B.V., Gorbovskoy, E.S., Kornilov, V.G., Lipunov, V.M., Panasyuk, M.I., Petrov, V.L., Smoot, G.F., Svertilov, S.I. and Vedenkin, N.N., 2013. The BDRG and SHOK instruments for studying gamma-ray burst prompt emission onboard the Lomonosov spacecraft. Cosmic Research, 51(6), pp.434-438.

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