This is BATSE trigger # 298
View each of the 4 discriminator channels.
More about trigger 298...
Location (J2000 degrees)
- Right Ascension: 108.90
- Declination: -41.70
- RMS error for location: 0.60
The start date: 09/06/91
The Start time: 00:48:29
The end date : 09/06/91
The end time : 00:52:29
The Burst trigger time (seconds of day) : 2907.11500000000
The Burst load time (seconds of day) : 2909.18175000000
Start time (day,seconds) 8416 4.29735851D+29
End time (day,seconds) 8415 2.00241615D+41
TTE Data is available for this short burst.
TTE data has a minimum time resolution of 2
microseconds. Here the data is binned to 4
millisecond resolution for each of the
4 discriminator channels and the
summed energy channel data.
This burst triggered on the 64 ms time scale
- Detector 1 exceeded threshold.
- Detector 2 exceeded threshold.
- Detector 4 exceeded threshold.
- Detector 5 exceeded threshold.
- Detector 6 exceeded threshold.
Burst Processing Comment:
Gamma Ray Burst. Very intense spike less than 0.5s long. Two peaks approx. 0.3s apart. Seen up to MeV range. TTE and STTE data for this event are written on trigger 299.
The OSSE view of this burst.
- Raw ascii
data from the OSSE team.
Other data The full report contains detailed information, about
this burst. The fields in this report are explained
in this example. Specifics are explained in the BATSE Flight Software Users Manual,
currently available via US Mail from the Science Support Center.
Go to the archive to get other related data.
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