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Untriggered search for rapid optical transients with Mini-MegaTORTORA wide-field monitoring system

  • S. Karpov (a1) (a2), G. Beskin (a1) (a2), A. Biryukov (a3), S. Bondar (a4), E. Ivanov (a4), E. Katkova (a4), N. Orekhova (a4), A. Perkov (a4) and V. Sasyuk (a4)...

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Here we report ongoing efforts for an untriggered search of rapid optical transients of various astrophysical and non-astrophysical origins on time scales down to fractions of a second with Mini-MegaTORTORA. Mini-MegaTORTORA is a novel 9-channel wide-field optical monitoring system in operation since 2014 at Special Astrophysical Observatory on Russian Caucasus.

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Biryukov, A., Beskin, G., Karpov, S., Bondar, S., Ivanov, E., Katkova, E., Perkov, A., & Sasyuk, V. 2015, Baltic Astronomy, 24, 100
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Untriggered search for rapid optical transients with Mini-MegaTORTORA wide-field monitoring system

  • S. Karpov (a1) (a2), G. Beskin (a1) (a2), A. Biryukov (a3), S. Bondar (a4), E. Ivanov (a4), E. Katkova (a4), N. Orekhova (a4), A. Perkov (a4) and V. Sasyuk (a4)...

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