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A&A
Volume 547, November 2012
Article Number A95
Number of page(s) 17
Section Extragalactic astronomy
DOI https://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/201016238
Published online 06 November 2012

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Table 1

Sample of 64 GRBs selected for the upper limit calculation.

Table 2

Duration of the search, the total observed counts, the expected background counts in the same region and time period, the source count upper limit, the photon flux, and energy flux upper limits (in the 30 MeV−3 GeV energy range) for each GRB.

Table 4

Upper limits table reporting the photon and energy flux upper limits derived under the assumption of a high-energy power law extra component; four different values of the photon spectral index are considered.

Table 7

Ratios of the calculated UL fluence (30 MeV−3 GeV) and the measured fluence (1 keV−10 MeV), calculated using the preliminary spectral parameters values as reported by GCN circulars (top table), and with values calculated by Nava et al. (2011) and by Bissaldi et al. (2011) (second and third tables). Bottom table: measured fluence for the four GRBs detected by AGILE GRID.

Table 8

Ratios of the calculated UL fluences in the 30 MeV−3 GeV band using different high energy spectral indexes with that calculated in the 1 keV−10 MeV range, calculated using the preliminary spectral parameters values as reported by GCN circulars; fluences and errors are in units of (× 10-6) erg cm-2.

Table 9

Ratios of the calculated UL fluences in the 30 MeV−3 GeV band using different high energy spectral indexes with that calculated in the 1 keV−10 MeV range, calculated using the preliminary spectral parameters values as reported by Nava et al. (2011) – top table, and by Bissaldi et al. (2011) – bottom table; fluences and errors are in units of (× 10-6) erg cm-2.


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