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GRBS Followed-up by the bootes network

  • S. Guziy (a1) (a2), A. Castro-Tirado (a1), M. Jelínek (a1), J. Gorosabel (a1) (a3) (a4), P. Kubánek (a1), R. Cunniffe (a1), O. Lara-Gil (a1), O. Rabaza-Castillo (a1), A. de Ugarte Postigo (a1), R. Sánchez-Ramírez (a1), J. Tello (a1), C. Pérez del Pulgar (a5), S. Castillo-Carrión (a6), J. Castro Cerón (a7), T. de J. Mateo Sanguino (a8), R. Hudec (a9), S. Vitek (a10), B. de la Morena Carretero (a11), J. Díaz Andreu (a11), R. Fernández-Muñoz (a12), D. Pérez-Ramírez (a13), P. Yock (a14), W. Allen (a15), I. Bond (a16), I. Kheyfets (a2), G. Christie (a17), L. Sabau-Graziati (a18), C. Cui (a19), Y. Fan (a20) and I.H. Park (a21)...


The Burst Observer and Optical Transient Exploring System (BOOTES), is a global robotic observatory network, which started in 1998 with Spanish leadership devoted to study optical emissions from gamma ray bursts (GRBs) that occur in the Universe. We present shot history and current status of BOOTES network. The Network philosophy, science and some details of 117 GRBs followed-up are discussed.



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[1]Castro-Tirado, A.J., Jelínek, M., Gorosabel, J., et al., 2012, BASI, in press
[2]Jelínek, M., Castro-Tirado, A.J., de Ugarte Postigo, A., et al., 2010, AdAst, id. 432172


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