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Title Author Abstract
A crazy question: Can be the apparently brighter gamma-ray bursts at larger distances? Attila Meszaros The natural assumption is that fainter objects should, on average, lie at larger redshifts. Redshifts larger than 5 are rare for bursts with measured redshifts. On the other hand, faint ...
Analysis and simulation of Pi of the Sky detector response Lech Piotrowski
Angular Distribution of GRBs Lajos G. Balázs
Astrophysics with Low Dispersion Spectra, ESA Gaia, and Inheritance of NASA Astronaut Karl Henize Rene Hudec The ESA satellite Gaia to be launched in 2012 will deliver mostly astrometric data but there will be also photometric data from BP/RP photometers. These will represent ultra-low dispersion spectra ...
BOOTES-2 and COLORES spectrograph Martin Jelinek
BOOTES-4. Installation in Russia. Sergiy Guziy The new BOOTES-4 telescope will be installed in Russia (Siberia, Mondy) as part of a world wide network of robotic telescopes. We present information about current situation of the installation. ...
Cataclysmic Variables - X-rays and Optical Activity Rudolf Galis Intermediate polars represent a major fraction of all cataclysmic variables detected by INTEGRAL in hard X-ray. These object have been recently proposed to be the dominant X-ray source population detected ...
Cygnus X-1: shedding light on the spectral variability of black holes Victoria Grinberg We present an analysis of extensive recent monitoring observations of the high mass black hole X-ray binary Cygnus X-1 obtained as part of the 2007 to 2011 Key Programme observations ...
Czech Participation in INTEGRAL Rene Hudec The status of Czech participation in the ESA INTEGRAL project will be presented and discussed, together with brief history and history of IBWS workshops.
Czech Participation in IXO: Recent Status Rene Hudec The status of Czech participation in the ESA IXO (International X-Ray Observatory) project will be presented and discussed, with emphasis on design and development of novel technologies and arrangements for ...
Dips and Offstates in High mass X-ray binaries Ingo Kreykenbohm We present a detailed study of the absorption and dipping behavior of the accreting High Mass X-ray Binary GX 301-2. We use data from the XMM-Newton observatory to study the ...
GLORIA Francisco Manuel SÁNCHEZ-MORENO GLORIA is an innovative citizen-science network of robotic telescopes, which will give free access and research to a virtual community via the Internet. The GLORIA partners will offer access to ...
GRB080413A - a bright GRB afterglow detected by BOOTES-1B Martin Jelinek
GRO J1008-57: high precision timing and spectral evolution Matthias Kühnel The transient high mass X-ray binary GRO J1008-57 underwent an outburst in December 2007, which was recorded by RXTE, Suzaku and Swift. With ~180 mCrab this outburst was the most ...
Gamma ray bursts with known redshift - parameters and their correlations Jana Polednikova Light curves of the GRBs observed by Swift BAT can be divided into several groups according the features they exhibit. Those groups of GRBs are then studied using known parameters ...
Glass thermal formation - experiment vs. simulation Libor Švéda
Intermediate polars masses from INTEGRAL and XMM Matus Kocka We present the simple and advance model of the post shock region (PSR) in intermediate polars. Using comparation of these models with observed spectras from INTEGRAL/IBIS (17-80keV) and XMM-Newton(1-10keV) we ...
Introduction of the All-Sky Camera Project Michal Jakubec Presentation of initial concepts, general architecture and archieved results of affordable, multi-purpose solution for all-sky astronomical imaging. Overall hardware and software design, strategy of further evolution, improvement of technical parameters ...
JULO and SKcube, near space and space missions Matus Kocka We present a simple and cheap methods for near-space research using small balloons platform called JULO. This platform is designet to provide telemetry, weather and space-weather monitoring like: GPS possition, ...
MAGIC Gamma Ray Observations Aimo Sillanpää MAGIC is a system of two 17m Cherenkov telescopes, sensitive to very high energy (VHE) gamma-rays between 50 GeV up to several tens of TeV. MAGIC observations of Active Galactic ...
Metal enrichment of the Intar-cluster medium Markus Haider We present cosmological hydrodynamical simulations of galaxy clusters aimed at studying the dynamical and chemical evolution of the intra-cluster medium (ICM). Our setup uses an N-body code to simulate the ...
Multi-functional star tracker – future perspectives Jan Rohac The paper is focused on a multi-functional wide-field star tracker (WFST) and the description of its present state-of-the-art and perspectives for the future. Proposed WFST will combine functions of several ...
Multiwavelength campaign of OJ287 in 2005-2010 Mauri Valtonen OJ287 is the best candidate for a binary black hole system because of its 12 cycle of optical outbursts, observed since 1891. A detailed model for the binary was presented ...
N-body/hydrodynamic simulations of galaxies in a cluster environment Dominik Steinhauser We study the influence of stellar bulges on the star formation and morphology of disk galaxies which experience ram pressure. Several Tree-SPH simulations have been performed to study the dependence ...
On the relation between GRB classes and X-ray Flashes Zsolt Bagoly Gamma-ray bursts are usually classified into either short-duration or long-duration bursts. Going beyond the short-long classification scheme, it has been shown on statistical grounds that a third, intermediate population is ...
Photometric analysis of the Pi of the Sky data Malgorzata Siudek Database containing star’s measurements from period 2006-2009 taken by the Pi of the Sky detector located in Las Campanas Observatory in Chile contains more than 2 billions measurements of almost ...
Pi of the Sky telescopes in Spain and Chile Malgorzata Siudek Pi of the Sky is a system of robotic telescopes designed for observations of short timescale astrophysical phenomena, like prompt optical GRB emission. The apparatus is designed to monitor a ...
Preliminary imaging tests of lobster eye optics for nano-satellite Vladimír Tichý
RTS2 - an open source observatory control system, ready for the prime time? Peter Kubanek I would like to report on current progress of the Remote Telescope System, 2nd version (RTS2) development - its current installations on mid aperture telescopes, integration of the human-in-the-loop scheduling ...
Results of selected Cataclysmic Variables from INTEGRAL/IBIS data Martin Blažek We present multiwavelength analysis of several Cataclysmic Variables observed by INTEGRAL and D50 robotic telescope.
Robotic telescopes BART & D50 Jan Strobl
S5 1803+784 revisited roberto nesci We present the optical light curve of the BL Lac object S5 1803+78 from 1996 to 2010 and compare its behaviour with the X-ray and Gamma-ray data.
SID - Cloud Matus Kocka SID-monitor is a powerful tool to detect solar flares and such events like GRBs. In this talk we present method how to use network and jabber protocol to create a ...
Search for Radio and Gamma-ray correlations of Giant pulses from the Crab pulsar Natalia Lewandowska Its pulsed emission visible at radio, optical, X-ray and gamma wavelengths make the Crab pulsar a unique source of pulsar emission. Apart from its regular pulses, it is also a ...
Structural variability of 3C 111 on parsec scales Christoph Grossberger We discuss the parsec scale structural variability of the extragalactic jet 3C 111 related to a major flux density outburst in 2007. The data analyzed were taken within the scope ...
The intriguing nature of the cataclysmic variable SS Cygni Franco Giovannelli
Utilization of image intensifiers in astronomy - features, measurements and experiences Stanislav Vitek
XTE J1946+274: The resurrection of a sleeping X-ray pulsar Sebastian Müller We report on a series of outbursts of the transient X-ray pulsar XTE J1946+274 in the second half of 2010 after nearly one decade of quiescence. Quasi-simultaneous Swift-, RXTE-, and ...

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A new fast Silicon photomultiplier Photometer roberto nesci We have built a prototype of fast astronomical photometer, based on SiPM detectors, commercially available from the Hamamatsu firm. Our system is composed by three MPPC modules, with an active ...
Algorithms for Astronomical Plates Evaluation Lukas Hudec We refer on algorithms for evaluation of digitized astronomical plates.
Detections of Gamma Ray Bursts by Ionospheric Response Matus Kocka We report on the independent and indirect detection of GRBs by their ionospheric response (SID – Sudden Ionospheric Disturbance) observed at VLF (Very Low Frequency). Although few such detections have ...
GRB duration distribution considering the position of the Fermi Zsolt Bagoly NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope is designed to measure the position of a burst in seconds and change the detectors' orientation.We made a model that involves real motion and orientation ...
MC-simulation of a galaxy cluster object list Johannes Hölzl The eROSITA instrument on board of the spacecraft Spectrum-Roentgen-Gamma, which will be launched in 2012, will conduct an all-sky survey in X-Rays. A main goal of the survey is the ...
Monitoring PSR B1509-58 with RXTE: Spectral analysis 1996-2010 Eugenia Litzinger We present an analysis of the X-ray spectra of the young, Crab-like pulsar PSR B1509-58 (pulse period P~151ms) observed by RXTE during 14 years since the beginning of the mission ...
N-body/hydrodynamic simulations of galaxies in a cluster environment Dominik Steinhauser We study the influence of stellar bulges on the star formation and morphology of disk galaxies which experience ram pressure. Several Tree-SPH simulations have been performed to study the dependence ...
Near-space and possible future space experiments in Slovakia Matus Kocka We present a simple and cheap methods for near-space research using small balloons platform called JULO. This platform is designet to provide telemetry, weather and space-weather monitoring like: GPS possition, ...
Optical Transients Search in the Bamberg Plate Archive Fabian Kopel A substantial fraction of gamma-ray bursts is related to objects emitting temporarily optical light, i.e. optical afterglows and optical transients. So far, these phenomena (optical transients) were detected only after ...
RXTE monitoring of GRS1758-258 Maria Obst GRS 1758-258 is the least well studied of the three persistent black hole X-ray binaries in our Galaxy. It is also one of only two known black hole candidates, including ...
Stellar object detection using the wavelet transform Anisimova Elena Nowadays there are several algorithms for stellar object detection in astronomical images that are used for example in the program package DAOPHOT and Software for source extraction SExtractor. In my ...
Thermal Forming of Glass Foils for X-ray Space Telescopes Martina Landová The work is focused on glass gravity forming by viscous flow above the glass deformation temperature with the main field of interest on understanding the effects of the forming process ...
 
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