CALorimetric Electron Telescope (CALET)

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Launch Date: August 19, 2015

Extended Mission Lifetime: 2024+ (Pending NASA and JAXA Review)

End of Operations: Limited by ISS lifetime, currently 2030

Data Archives:

The CALorimetric Electron Telescope (CALET) is a mission on the International Space Station (ISS) studying cosmic rays, signatures for dark matter, and gamma-ray bursts. CALET was developed by JAXA with contributions from the Italian Space Agency and NASA.

InstrumentsEnergy RangeField of View
Hard X-ray Monitor (HXM)40 keV–20 MeV~8 ster
Soft Gamma-ray Monitor (SGM)7 keV–1000 keV~3 ster

GCN Notice Types in GCN Classic and GCN Classic Over Kafka: Detailed Descriptions and Examples

CALET_GBM_FLT_LCSignifcance and CALET-GBM LightcurveMinutes

Common GCN Circular Types:

Observation of a GRB1 dayGRB 211115A
Follow-up of a GW triggerhoursLIGO/Virgo S200115j

Yearly Trigger Rates:

CALETGRBs, other transients, and non-astrophysical triggers140–150

Approximately half of CALET triggers will be of non-astrophysical origin.