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    • Pan-STARRS and PESSTO search for an optical counterpart to the LIGO gravitational-wave source GW150914 

      Smartt, SJ; Chambers, KC; Smith, KW; Huber, ME; Young, DR; Cappellaro, E; Wright, DE; Coughlin, M; Schultz, ASB; Denneau, L; Flewelling, H; Heinze, A; Magnier, EA; Primak, N; Rest, A; Sherstyuk, A; Stalder, B; Stubbs, CW; Tonry, J; Waters, C; Willman, M; Anderson, JP; Baltay, C; Botticella, MT; Campbell, H; Dennefeld, M; Chen, TW; Della Valle, M; Elias-Rosa, N; Fraser, M; Inserra, C; Kankare, E; Kotak, R; Kupfer, T; Harmanen, J; Galbany, L; Gal-Yam, A; Le Guillou, L; Lyman, JD; Maguire, K; Mitra, A; Nicholl, M; Olivares, F; Rabinowitz, D; Razza, A; Sollerman, J; Smith, M; Terreran, G; Valenti, S; Gibson, B; Goggia, T (OXFORD UNIV PRESS, 2016-11)
      We searched for an optical counterpart to the first gravitational-wave source discovered by LIGO (GW150914), using a combination of the Pan-STARRS1 wide-field telescope and the Public ESO Spectroscopic Survey of Transient ...