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Title: Gamma ray bursts at high energies : detection ranges and event rates
Authors: Shanthi, K
Kaul, C. L
Kaul, R. K
Tickoo, A. K
Bhat, C. L
Keywords: Gamma Ray Bursts;High Energy Tails;Detection Range;Event Rate
Issue Date: 2002
Publisher: Astronomical Society of India
Citation: BASI, Vol. 30, No. 1, pp. 429 - 434
Abstract: The Gamma-Ray Burst (GRB) detection rates at energies ? 20GeV, have been estimated for the 3 atmospheric Cerenkov telescope systems of the GRACE project at Mt. Abu, under the assumption that the bursts have a cosmological origin and a continuous power-law spectrum in the MeV-TeV energy range. The attention of high energy gamma-ray photons in a burst, during its propagation in the intergalactic space, has ben taken into account by assuming two extreme scenarios of the Extragalactic Background Radiation (EBR) fields.
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