Burst H3751 summary
- Trigger time is
- Triggering instrument was WXM
- Trigger timescale was 5.12 seconds
- Trigger detected in 2-25 keV band
XRF. Very soft, no counts above 20 keV.
Download ASCII table of Fregate Band A, B, C lightcurves
The color of trigger H3751, defined by the ratio of
total counts in Fregate band C (30-400 keV) to band A (7-40 keV)
vs. band B (7-80 keV) to band A, overlaid on a the color-color
plot of all localized bursts detected to date. Note the separation
of XRFs, XRRs, and GRBs.
The signal to noise in Fregate band C (30-400 keV)
of trigger H3751 in relation to the S/N of band C
of other localized HETE triggers. We find empirically that
most XRFs are faint and soft: the fact that localized bursts
require a minimum S/N in the 2-25 keV band means that the
band C S/N should be low. We find a cutoff in the band
C S/N of 6.5 delineates the XRF/non-XRF population with
Burst is very soft, with no emission above 20 keV. Clearly an XRF.
Skymap for HETE trigger H3751
Jochen Greiner's web page on GRB050509C