Extended Data Table 3 Observed and expected number of events in estimated-energy bins for GRB 190114C

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

  1. The number of expected events is calculated from the intrinsic spectrum power-law model, by convolving it with the effect of EBL attenuation and the instrument response function of the telescope for these large zenith angles. The energy binning in estimated energy matches the one in true energy (after unfolding) shown in Fig. 2 and Extended Data Table 2. The large uncertainty in the number of expected events in the lowest-energy bin is dominated by the uncertainty in the very low effective area of the telescopes close to the energy threshold of this analysis. The numbers reported in this table cannot be used directly for any physical inference. The measured spectrum needs to be first unfolded using the energy migration matrix21.