A next generation Ultra-Fast Flash Observatory (UFFO-100) for IR/optical observations of the rise phase of gamma-ray bursts

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A next generation Ultra-Fast Flash Observatory (UFFO-100) for IR/optical observations of the rise phase of gamma-ray bursts. / Grossan, B.; Park, I.H.; Ahmad, S.; Ahn, K.B.; Barrillon, P.; Brandt, Søren; Budtz-Jørgensen, Carl; Castro-Tirado, A.J.; Chen, P.; Choi, H.S.; Choi, J.; Connell, P.; Dagoret-Campagne, S.; De La Taille, C. ; Eyles, C.; Hermann, I.; Huang, M.-H. A.; Jung, A.; Jeong, S.; Kim, J. E.; Kim, M.; Kim, S.-W.; Kim, Y. W.; Lee, J.; Lim, H.; Linder, E. V.; Liu, T._C.; Lund, Niels; Min, K. W.; Na, G. W.; Nam, J. W.; Panasyuk, M. I.; Ripa, J.; Reglero, V.; Rodrigo, J. M.; Smoot, G. F.; Suh, J. E.; Svertilov, S.; Vedenkin, N.; Wang, M._Z.; Yashin, I.; Zhao, M. H.

In: Proceedings of S P I E - International Society for Optical Engineering, Vol. 8443, 2012, p. 84432R.

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Grossan, B, Park, IH, Ahmad, S, Ahn, KB, Barrillon, P, Brandt, S, Budtz-Jørgensen, C, Castro-Tirado, AJ, Chen, P, Choi, HS, Choi, J, Connell, P, Dagoret-Campagne, S, De La Taille, C, Eyles, C, Hermann, I, Huang, M-HA, Jung, A, Jeong, S, Kim, JE, Kim, M, Kim, S-W, Kim, YW, Lee, J, Lim, H, Linder, EV, Liu, TC, Lund, N, Min, KW, Na, GW, Nam, JW, Panasyuk, MI, Ripa, J, Reglero, V, Rodrigo, JM, Smoot, GF, Suh, JE, Svertilov, S, Vedenkin, N, Wang, MZ, Yashin, I & Zhao, MH 2012, 'A next generation Ultra-Fast Flash Observatory (UFFO-100) for IR/optical observations of the rise phase of gamma-ray bursts' Proceedings of S P I E - International Society for Optical Engineering, vol 8443, pp. 84432R., 10.1117/12.926391

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Grossan, B., Park, I. H., Ahmad, S., Ahn, K. B., Barrillon, P., Brandt, S., Budtz-Jørgensen, C., Castro-Tirado, A. J., Chen, P., Choi, H. S., Choi, J., Connell, P., Dagoret-Campagne, S., De La Taille, C., Eyles, C., Hermann, I., Huang, M-H. A., Jung, A., Jeong, S., Kim, J. E., Kim, M., Kim, S-W., Kim, Y. W., Lee, J., Lim, H., Linder, E. V., Liu, T. C., Lund, N., Min, K. W., Na, G. W., Nam, J. W., Panasyuk, M. I., Ripa, J., Reglero, V., Rodrigo, J. M., Smoot, G. F., Suh, J. E., Svertilov, S., Vedenkin, N., Wang, M. Z., Yashin, I., & Zhao, M. H. (2012). A next generation Ultra-Fast Flash Observatory (UFFO-100) for IR/optical observations of the rise phase of gamma-ray bursts. Proceedings of S P I E - International Society for Optical Engineering, 8443, 84432R. 10.1117/12.926391

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Grossan B, Park IH, Ahmad S, Ahn KB, Barrillon P, Brandt S, Budtz-Jørgensen C, Castro-Tirado AJ, Chen P, Choi HS, Choi J, Connell P, Dagoret-Campagne S, De La Taille C, Eyles C, Hermann I, Huang M-HA, Jung A, Jeong S, Kim JE, Kim M, Kim S-W, Kim YW, Lee J, Lim H, Linder EV, Liu TC, Lund N, Min KW, Na GW, Nam JW, Panasyuk MI, Ripa J, Reglero V, Rodrigo JM, Smoot GF, Suh JE, Svertilov S, Vedenkin N, Wang MZ, Yashin I, Zhao MH. 2012. A next generation Ultra-Fast Flash Observatory (UFFO-100) for IR/optical observations of the rise phase of gamma-ray bursts. Proceedings of S P I E - International Society for Optical Engineering. 8443:84432R. Available from: 10.1117/12.926391

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Grossan, B.; Park, I.H.; Ahmad, S.; Ahn, K.B.; Barrillon, P.; Brandt, Søren; Budtz-Jørgensen, Carl; Castro-Tirado, A.J.; Chen, P.; Choi, H.S.; Choi, J.; Connell, P.; Dagoret-Campagne, S.; De La Taille, C. ; Eyles, C.; Hermann, I.; Huang, M.-H. A.; Jung, A.; Jeong, S.; Kim, J. E.; Kim, M.; Kim, S.-W.; Kim, Y. W.; Lee, J.; Lim, H.; Linder, E. V.; Liu, T._C.; Lund, Niels; Min, K. W.; Na, G. W.; Nam, J. W.; Panasyuk, M. I.; Ripa, J.; Reglero, V.; Rodrigo, J. M.; Smoot, G. F.; Suh, J. E.; Svertilov, S.; Vedenkin, N.; Wang, M._Z.; Yashin, I.; Zhao, M. H. / A next generation Ultra-Fast Flash Observatory (UFFO-100) for IR/optical observations of the rise phase of gamma-ray bursts.

In: Proceedings of S P I E - International Society for Optical Engineering, Vol. 8443, 2012, p. 84432R.

Publication: Research - peer-reviewConference article – Annual report year: 2012

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title = "A next generation Ultra-Fast Flash Observatory (UFFO-100) for IR/optical observations of the rise phase of gamma-ray bursts",
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author = "B. Grossan and I.H. Park and S. Ahmad and K.B. Ahn and P. Barrillon and Søren Brandt and Carl Budtz-Jørgensen and A.J. Castro-Tirado and P. Chen and H.S. Choi and J. Choi and P. Connell and S. Dagoret-Campagne and {De La Taille}, C. and C. Eyles and I. Hermann and Huang, {M.-H. A.} and A. Jung and S. Jeong and Kim, {J. E.} and M. Kim and S.-W. Kim and Kim, {Y. W.} and J. Lee and H. Lim and Linder, {E. V.} and T._C. Liu and Niels Lund and Min, {K. W.} and Na, {G. W.} and Nam, {J. W.} and Panasyuk, {M. I.} and J. Ripa and V. Reglero and Rodrigo, {J. M.} and Smoot, {G. F.} and Suh, {J. E.} and S. Svertilov and N. Vedenkin and M._Z. Wang and I. Yashin and Zhao, {M. H.}",
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T1 - A next generation Ultra-Fast Flash Observatory (UFFO-100) for IR/optical observations of the rise phase of gamma-ray bursts

A1 - Grossan,B.

A1 - Park,I.H.

A1 - Ahmad,S.

A1 - Ahn,K.B.

A1 - Barrillon,P.

A1 - Brandt,Søren

A1 - Budtz-Jørgensen,Carl

A1 - Castro-Tirado,A.J.

A1 - Chen,P.

A1 - Choi,H.S.

A1 - Choi,J.

A1 - Connell,P.

A1 - Dagoret-Campagne,S.

A1 - De La Taille,C.

A1 - Eyles,C.

A1 - Hermann,I.

A1 - Huang,M.-H. A.

A1 - Jung,A.

A1 - Jeong,S.

A1 - Kim,J. E.

A1 - Kim,M.

A1 - Kim,S.-W.

A1 - Kim,Y. W.

A1 - Lee,J.

A1 - Lim,H.

A1 - Linder,E. V.

A1 - Liu,T._C.

A1 - Lund,Niels

A1 - Min,K. W.

A1 - Na,G. W.

A1 - Nam,J. W.

A1 - Panasyuk,M. I.

A1 - Ripa,J.

A1 - Reglero,V.

A1 - Rodrigo,J. M.

A1 - Smoot,G. F.

A1 - Suh,J. E.

A1 - Svertilov,S.

A1 - Vedenkin,N.

A1 - Wang,M._Z.

A1 - Yashin,I.

A1 - Zhao,M. H.

AU - Grossan,B.

AU - Park,I.H.

AU - Ahmad,S.

AU - Ahn,K.B.

AU - Barrillon,P.

AU - Brandt,Søren

AU - Budtz-Jørgensen,Carl

AU - Castro-Tirado,A.J.

AU - Chen,P.

AU - Choi,H.S.

AU - Choi,J.

AU - Connell,P.

AU - Dagoret-Campagne,S.

AU - De La Taille,C.

AU - Eyles,C.

AU - Hermann,I.

AU - Huang,M.-H. A.

AU - Jung,A.

AU - Jeong,S.

AU - Kim,J. E.

AU - Kim,M.

AU - Kim,S.-W.

AU - Kim,Y. W.

AU - Lee,J.

AU - Lim,H.

AU - Linder,E. V.

AU - Liu,T._C.

AU - Lund,Niels

AU - Min,K. W.

AU - Na,G. W.

AU - Nam,J. W.

AU - Panasyuk,M. I.

AU - Ripa,J.

AU - Reglero,V.

AU - Rodrigo,J. M.

AU - Smoot,G. F.

AU - Suh,J. E.

AU - Svertilov,S.

AU - Vedenkin,N.

AU - Wang,M._Z.

AU - Yashin,I.

AU - Zhao,M. H.

PB - International Society for Optical Engineering

PY - 2012

Y1 - 2012

N2 - The Swift Gamma-ray Burst (GRB) observatory responds to GRB triggers with optical observations in ~ 100 s, butcannot respond faster than ~ 60 s. While some rapid-response ground-based telescopes have responded quickly, thenumber of sub-60 s detections remains small. In 2013 June, the Ultra-Fast Flash Observatory-Pathfinder is expected tobe launched on the<i> Lomonosov </i>spacecraft to investigate early optical GRB emission. Though possessing uniquecapability for optical rapid-response, this pathfinder mission is necessarily limited in sensitivity and event rate; here wediscuss the next generation of rapid-response space observatory instruments. We list science topics motivating ourinstruments, those that require rapid optical-IR GRB response, including: A survey of GRB rise shapes/times,measurements of optical bulk Lorentz factors, investigation of magnetic dominated (vs. non-magnetic) jet models,internal vs. external shock origin of prompt optical emission, the use of GRBs for cosmology, and dust evaporation inthe GRB environment. We also address the impacts of the characteristics of GRB observing on our instrument andobservatory design. We describe our instrument designs and choices for a next generation space observatory as a secondinstrument on a low-earth orbit spacecraft, with a 120 kg instrument mass budget. Restricted to relatively modest mass,power, and launch resources, we find that a coded mask X-ray camera with 1024 cm<sup>2</sup> of detector area could rapidlylocate about 64 GRB triggers/year. Responding to the locations from the X-ray camera, a 30 cm aperture telescope witha beam-steering system for rapid (~ 1 s) response and a near-IR camera should detect ~ 29 GRB, given <i>Swift</i> GRBproperties. The additional optical camera would permit the measurement of a broadband optical-IR slope, allowingbetter characterization of the emission, and dynamic measurement of dust extinction at the source, for the first time.© (2012) COPYRIGHT Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE). Downloading of the abstract is permitted for personal use only.

AB - The Swift Gamma-ray Burst (GRB) observatory responds to GRB triggers with optical observations in ~ 100 s, butcannot respond faster than ~ 60 s. While some rapid-response ground-based telescopes have responded quickly, thenumber of sub-60 s detections remains small. In 2013 June, the Ultra-Fast Flash Observatory-Pathfinder is expected tobe launched on the<i> Lomonosov </i>spacecraft to investigate early optical GRB emission. Though possessing uniquecapability for optical rapid-response, this pathfinder mission is necessarily limited in sensitivity and event rate; here wediscuss the next generation of rapid-response space observatory instruments. We list science topics motivating ourinstruments, those that require rapid optical-IR GRB response, including: A survey of GRB rise shapes/times,measurements of optical bulk Lorentz factors, investigation of magnetic dominated (vs. non-magnetic) jet models,internal vs. external shock origin of prompt optical emission, the use of GRBs for cosmology, and dust evaporation inthe GRB environment. We also address the impacts of the characteristics of GRB observing on our instrument andobservatory design. We describe our instrument designs and choices for a next generation space observatory as a secondinstrument on a low-earth orbit spacecraft, with a 120 kg instrument mass budget. Restricted to relatively modest mass,power, and launch resources, we find that a coded mask X-ray camera with 1024 cm<sup>2</sup> of detector area could rapidlylocate about 64 GRB triggers/year. Responding to the locations from the X-ray camera, a 30 cm aperture telescope witha beam-steering system for rapid (~ 1 s) response and a near-IR camera should detect ~ 29 GRB, given <i>Swift</i> GRBproperties. The additional optical camera would permit the measurement of a broadband optical-IR slope, allowingbetter characterization of the emission, and dynamic measurement of dust extinction at the source, for the first time.© (2012) COPYRIGHT Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE). Downloading of the abstract is permitted for personal use only.

KW - Gamma-ray bursts

KW - X-ray instrumentation

KW - Space astrophysics missions

KW - Space astrophysics instrumentation

KW - Ultra-fast flash observatory (UFFO)

U2 - 10.1117/12.926391

DO - 10.1117/12.926391

JO - Proceedings of S P I E - International Society for Optical Engineering

JF - Proceedings of S P I E - International Society for Optical Engineering

SN - 0277-786X

VL - 8443

SP - 84432R

ER -