10 July 2018 End-to-end simulations for COLIBRI, ground follow-up telescope for the SVOM mission.
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We present an overview of the development of the end-to-end simulations programs developed for COLIBRI (Catching OpticaL and Infrared BRIght), a 1.3m robotic follow-up telescope of the forthcoming SVOM (Space Variable Object Monitor) mission dedicated to the detection and study of gamma-ray bursts (GRBs). The overview contains a description of the Exposure Time Calculator, Image Simulator and photometric redshift code developed in order to assess the performance of COLIBRI. They are open source Python packages and were developed to be easily adaptable to any optical/ Near-Infrared imaging telescopes. We present the scientific performances of COLIBRI, which allows detecting about 95% of the current GRB dataset. Based on a sample of 500 simulated GRBs, a new Bayesian photometric redshift code predicts a relative photometric redshift accuracy of about 5% from redshift 3 to 7.
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D. Corre, S. Basa, A. Klotz, A. M. Watson, M. Ageron, P. Ambert, F. Ángeles, J. L. Atteia, P. E. Blanc, O. Boulade, J. Boy, E. Cadena, B. Cordier, S. Cuevas Cardona, F. Dolon, D. Dornic, D. Dubreuil, A. S. Farah, L. Figueroa, J. Floriot, J. Fuentes-Fernández, P. Gallais, E. Jiménez-Bailón, R. Langarica Lebre, J. F. Le Borgne, W. H. Lee, A. Le Van Suu, M. Marcos, R. Mathon, C. Meessen, J. L. Ochoa, E. Pallier, J. Platzer, F. Quirós, S. Ronayette, D. Turpin, H. Valentin, and S. D. Vergani "End-to-end simulations for COLIBRI, ground follow-up telescope for the SVOM mission.", Proc. SPIE 10705, Modeling, Systems Engineering, and Project Management for Astronomy VIII, 107051R (10 July 2018); doi: 10.1117/12.2313127; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2313127
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