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Observing GRBs with EXIST

Hartmann, D. H. and Grindlay, J. and Hong, J. S. and Loeb, A. and Blandford, R. and Craig, W. and Fishman, J. and Kouveliotou, C. and Gehrels, N. and Band, D. and Harrison, F. and Woosley, S. E. (2004) Observing GRBs with EXIST. In: Gamma-Ray Bursts: 30 Years of Discovery: Gamma-Ray Burst Symposium, Sante Fe, New Mexico, 8-12 September 2003. American Institute of Physics Conference Proceedings. No.727. American Institute of Physics , Melville, NY, pp. 677-680. ISBN 0-7354-0208-6.

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We describe the Energetic X-ray Imaging Survey Telescope EXIST, designed to carry out a sensitive all-sky survey in the 10 keV – 600 keV band. The primary goal of EXIST is to find black holes in the local and distant universe. EXIST also traces cosmic star formation via gamma-ray bursts and gamma-ray lines from radioactive elements ejected by supernovae and novae.

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Loeb, A.0000-0003-4330-287X
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Additional Information:© 2004 American Institute of Physics. Issue Date: 28 September 2004.
Group:Space Radiation Laboratory
Subject Keywords:gamma-ray sources (astronomical), X-ray imaging, astronomical telescopes, star formation, supernovae, novae, astronomical atlases, astronomical catalogues, black holes
Series Name:American Institute of Physics Conference Proceedings
Issue or Number:727
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