Mission Overview

Map of Observations

mission wavelength

Wavelength Coverage

Wavelength Coverage Plot. Roughly 2000-8000 Angstroms

The Neil Gehrels Swift Observatory is a first-of-its-kind multi-wavelength observatory dedicated to the study of gamma-ray burst (GRB) science. Its three instruments work together to observe GRBs and afterglows in the gamma-ray, X-ray, ultraviolet, and optical wavebands. MAST serves as a secondary archive for the Ultraviolet Optical Telescope (UVOT).

Active From

November 20, 2004 - Present

Resolution 

        

λ/Δλ ~ 200 (grisms @400 nm)

Capabilities

  • Visible u, b, and v filters
  • Ultraviolet wide- and medium-band filters
  • and grisms
  • Sensitvity of 

On this Page

Search Tools

MAST Portal

篮球竞猜盈利|湖南体育职业Search multiple missions using target names or coordinates.

MAST API

Tools for programmatically querying the MAST Portal

UVOT Observation Search

UVOT Observation web forms

UVOT Exposure Search

篮球竞猜盈利|湖南体育职业UVOT Exposure web forms

Featured Data Products

Ultraviolet & Optical Imaging
Ultraviolet & Optical Imaging
Grism Spectra
Grism Spectra
UVOTSSC
UVOTSSC
UVOT Serendipitous Source Catalog (UVOTSSC) - a MAST High-Level Science Product
SOUSA
SOUSA
Swift's Optical/Ultraviolet Supernova Archive (SOUSA) - a MAST High-Level Science Product
UVOTGRB
UVOTGRB
A Large Catalog of UV/Optical GRB Afterglows (UVOTGRB) - a MAST High-Level Science Product

Primary Documents

Featured Document Image

October 01, 2005

UVOT Summary Paper

篮球竞猜盈利|湖南体育职业Summary paper by Roming et al. (2005) for Swift UVOT instrument.

2 MB

March 01, 2008 

4 MB

 

 

Image Gallery

NGC 1566

UV Mosaic of Large Magellanic Cloud

SwiftUVOT mosaic of the Large Magellanic Cloud.  See the for more information.

NGC 300

Omega Centauri

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