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Design, Build and Test of the VOEvent Network for the SVOM Chinese Ground Segment: Poster on-line

  • M. Zhang (a1), M. Huang (a1) (a2) and C. Wu (a1)

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The Space-based, multi-band, astronomical Variable Object Monitor (SVOM) is a collaborative project between China and France dedicated to the detection, localisation and study of about 60 Gamma Ray Bursts per year, and other high-energy transient phenomena. SVOM is planned to be launched in 2021, with a lifetime of 3–5 years. The poster described our construction and testing of a prototype to set up an interface between our data reduction sub-system, the global VOEvent network, and the French science centre.

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For the full poster, see http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S1743921318003009

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Design, Build and Test of the VOEvent Network for the SVOM Chinese Ground Segment: Poster on-line

  • M. Zhang (a1), M. Huang (a1) (a2) and C. Wu (a1)

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