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Paper: SNUO Observation of GRB 130427A
Volume: 482, 10th Pacific Rim Conference on Stellar Astrophysics
Page: 203
Authors: Choi, C.; Im, M.
Abstract: GRB130427A is the remarkable transient object which is the most brightest Gamma Ray Burst (GRB) within past 30 years. It can shed light on the GRB-SNe connection and unreached physical background of GRB itself. After outbreak, many afterglow observations were followed around the globe in multi-wavelength regime to investigate this surprising event. At the very beginning of this event, we observed optical afterglow using 24 inch telescope at SNUO (Seoul National University optical Observatory) and its results gave good constraint on the properties of bright GRB. Here we report SNUO observation at early epoch, preliminary results and ongoing follow-observations of our group.
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