All-Sky-ASTROGAM - The MeV Gamma-Ray Companion to Multimessenger Astronomy

V. Tatischeff*, A. De Angelis, M. Tavani, U. Oberlack, R. Walter, G. Ambrosi, A. Argan, P. von Ballmoos, S. Brandt, A. Bulgarelli, A. Bykov, S. Ciprini, D. Dominis Prester, V. Fioretti, I. Grenier, L. Hanlon, D. H. Hartmann, M. Hernanz, J. Isern, G. KanbachI. Kuvvetli, P. Laurent, M. N. Mazziotta, J. McEnery, S. Mereghetti, A. Meuris, A. Morselli, K. Nakazawa, M. Pearce, R. Rando, J. Rico, R. Curado da Silva, A. Ulyanov, X. Wu, A. Zdziarski, A. Zoglauer

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All-Sky-ASTROGAM is a gamma-ray observatory operating in a broad energy range, 100 keV to a few hundred MeV, recently proposed as the "Fast" (F) mission of the European Space Agency for a launch in 2028 to an L2 orbit. The scientific payload is composed of a unique gamma-ray imaging monitor for astrophysical transients, with very large field of view (almost 4$\pi$ sr) and optimal sensitivity to detect bright and intermediate flux sources (gamma-ray bursts, active galactic nuclei, X-ray binaries, supernovae and novae) at different timescales ranging from seconds to months. The mission will operate in a maturing gravitational wave and multi-messenger epoch, opening up new and exciting synergies.
Original languageEnglish
JournalSocieta Astronomica Italiana. Memorie
Issue number1-2
Pages (from-to)137-143
Publication statusPublished - 2019
Event12th INTEGRAL conference, 1st AHEAD Gamma-Ray Workshop : INTEGRAL looks AHEAD to Multimessenger astronomy - Campus Biotech, 9 Chemin des Mines, Geneva, Switzerland
Duration: 11 Feb 201915 Feb 2019


Conference12th INTEGRAL conference, 1st AHEAD Gamma-Ray Workshop
LocationCampus Biotech, 9 Chemin des Mines
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  • Gamma-ray astronomy
  • Time-domain astronomy
  • Space mission
  • Compton and pair creation telescope
  • Y-ray polarization
  • High-energy astrophysical phenomena

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