Search for a TeV Component of GRBs using the Milagrito Detector
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Search for a TeV Component of GRBs using the Milagrito Detector

  • Author(s): Atkins, R;
  • Benbow, W;
  • Berley, D;
  • Chen, M-L;
  • Coyne, DG;
  • Delay, RS;
  • Dingus, BL;
  • Dorfan, DE;
  • Ellsworth, RW;
  • Evans, D;
  • Falcone, A;
  • Fleysher, L;
  • Fleysher, R;
  • Gisler, G;
  • Goodman, JA;
  • Haines, TJ;
  • Hoffman, CM;
  • Hugenberger, S;
  • Kelley, LA;
  • Leonor, I;
  • Macri, J;
  • McConnell, M;
  • McCullough, JF;
  • McEnery, JE;
  • Miller, RS;
  • Mincer, AI;
  • Morales, MF;
  • Nemethy, P;
  • Ryan, JM;
  • Schneider, M;
  • Shen, B;
  • Shoup, A;
  • Sinnis, G;
  • Smith, AJ;
  • Sullivan, GW;
  • Thompson, TN;
  • Tumer, OT;
  • Wang, K;
  • Wascko, MO;
  • Westerhoff, S;
  • Williams, DA;
  • Yang, T;
  • Yodh, GB
  • et al.

Observing gamma ray bursts (GRBs) in the TeV energy range can be extremely valuable in providing insight to GRB radiation mechanisms and in constraining source distances. The Milagrito detector was an air shower array which used the water Cherenkov technique to search for TeV sources. Data from this detector was analyzed to look for a TeV component of GRBs coincident with low energy -rays detected by the BATSE instrument on the Compton Gamma Ray Observatory. A sample of 54 BATSE GRBs which were in the field of view of the Milagrito detector during its lifetime (February 1997 to May 1998) was used.

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