The COMPTEL experiment aboard CGRO is designed to image celestial gamma-radiation in the energy range from 0.7-30 MeV, and also to accumulate time-resolved NaI detector spectra (0.1-10 MeV) upon receipt of a BATSE burst trigger signal. During the early phases of the GRO mission several bursts have been observed. In this paper we present time profiles and first results from spectral analysis for GRB 910425, GRB 910601, and GRB 910814.
Space Science Center, Physics
Astronomy and Astrophysics Supplement Series
European Southern Observatory (ESO)
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