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J/AZh/84/1110          Brightness of SN 2006X                   (Lipunov+, 2007)

Optical observations of gamma-ray bursts, the discovery of supernovae 2005bv, 2005ee, 2006ak, search of transients at telescope-robot MASTER. Lipunov V.M., Kornilov V.G., Krylov A.V., Tyurina N.V., Belinski A.A., Gorbovskoy E.S., Kuvshinov D.A., Gritsyk P.A., Antipov G.A., Borisov G.V., Sankovich A.V., Vladimirov V.V., Vybornov V.I., Kuznetsov A.S. <Astron. Zh. 84, 1110 (2007)> =2007AZh....84.1110L =2007ARep...51.1004L
ADC_Keywords: Gamma rays ; Supernovae Abstract: The results of observations over 2005-2006 years at the robotic telescope MASTER are presented. There are the first in the world observation of optical emission of GRB 050824 and GRB 060926 gamma-ray bursts. Our data combined with more later one gives the low of brightness drop t-0.55±0.05 for GRB 050824. We discovered optical flare for GRB 060926 around 500-700s. The power low spectral index (FE∼E-beta) is equal beta=1.0±0.2. In the course of sky survey we have images of more than 90% possible sky. The virtual data-base and pipe-line was made. The limit to the orphan optical bursts rate is presented. We discovered 3 supernovae stars, they are the following: SN 2005bv (Ia-type) is the first one, opened from Russian territory, SN 2005ee is one of the most powerful among II-type supernovae, SN 2006ak (Ia-type). New method of the OT search after IPN-triangulation gamma-observation is proposed and tested. Objects: ---------------------------------------------------------- RA (2000) DE Designation(s) ---------------------------------------------------------- 12 22 53.9 +15 48 32 SN 2006X = SN 2006X ---------------------------------------------------------- File Summary:
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ReadMe 80 . This file table9.dat 20 120 Brightness of SN 2006X
Table 5: Photometry of GRB 060926 obtained on the MASTER telescope --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Beginning of Middle of Exposure Magnitude Flux Flux after exposure,s exposure,s s correction --------------------------------------------------------------------------- 76 91 1*30 17.3 0.3 (1.4±0.3)*10-13 (4.3±1.0)*10-12 150 165 1*30 18.5 0.3 (4.6±1.1)*10-14 (1.4±0.4)*10-12 165 343 5*30 19.3 0.3 (2.2±0.5)*10-14 (6.9±1.7)*10-13 255 432 5*30 18.9 0.3 (3.2±0.8)*10-14 (9.9±2.4)*10-13 343 519 5*30 18.5 0.3 (4.6±1.1)*10-14 (1.4±0.3)*10-12 432 608 5*30 18.3 0.3 (5.8±1.3)*10-14 (1.7±0.4)*10-12 519 707 5*30 18.4 0.3 (5.1±1.2)*10-14 (1.6±0.4)*10-12 608 804 5*30 18.7 0.3 (3.9±0.9)*10-14 (1.2±0.3)*10-12 707 1001 5*30 20.0 0.3 (1.2±0.3)*10-14 (3.6±0.9)*10-13 804 1200 5*30 20.1 0.3 (1.1±0.3)*10-14 (3.3±0.8)*10-13 901 1298 5*30 >20.1 0.3 <(1.1±0.3)*10-14 <(3.3±0.8)*10-13 --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Byte-by-byte Description of file: table9.dat
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1- 12 F12.4 d JD [2453772/2453861] Julian date 15- 20 F6.3 mag Vmag V magnitude

(End) Veta Avedisova (INASAN) 28-Nov-2009
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