Extended Data Fig. 1: Light curves in the teraelectronvolt and kiloelectronvolt bands for GRB 190114C. | Nature

Extended Data Fig. 1: Light curves in the teraelectronvolt and kiloelectronvolt bands for GRB 190114C.

From: Teraelectronvolt emission from the γ-ray burst GRB 190114C

Extended Data Fig. 1

Photon flux light curve above 0.3 TeV measured by MAGIC (red; from T0 + 62 s to T0 + 210 s), compared with that between 15 keV and 50 keV measured by Swift-BAT73 (grey; from T0 to T0 + 210 s) and the photon flux above 0.3 TeV of the Crab Nebula (blue dashed line). The errors on the MAGIC photon fluxes correspond to one standard deviation. Vertical lines indicate the times when the alert was received (T0 + 22 s) by MAGIC, when the tracking of the GRB by the telescopes started (T0 + 50 s), when the data acquisition started (T0 + 57 s), and when the data acquisition system (DAQ) became stable (T0 + 62 s; dotted line).

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