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v 0.6 (BETA)

Greiner
GRB T90 commentsRA Decz XOR refs
160714A 0.35 Short burst; delayed slew. 15:37:57.7 +63:48:32.1
160712A 95 Star near error circle. 20:16:38.37 -26:57:29.5
160705B 54.4 Faint optical afterglow 11:12:26.27 +46:42:01.2
160703A 44.4 19:09:40.1 +36:55:08.1
160630A 29.5 Bright afterglow but modest extinction. 13:13:02.04 -56:02:29.8 y y  
160629A 66.6 INTEGRAL burst with afterglow 00:19:27.1 +76:58:00.7 3.332 y y  
160625A 53.9 Burst in Galactic plane, nearly simultaneous with 160625B. 11:47:39.72 11:47:39.72 y    
160625B 460 Very bright Fermi-LAT burst. Optical flash detection. Possibly highest-ever E_iso. 20:34:23.50 +06:55:8.1 1.406 y y y
160624A 0.2 Short with possible host galaxy. 22:00:46.27 +29:38:39.4 0.483 y    
160623A 55 Bright Fermi/LAT GRB in Galactic plane. 21:01:11.48 +42:13:14.6 0.367 y y y
160612A 0.4 GBM/IPN short burst with Swift follow-up, no afterglow 23:13:22 -25:10:51      
160611A 34.1 Minimal follow-up 10:57:41.35 -70:23:32.7 y    
160607A 33.4 Bright burst with red afterglow (dusty?) 00:54:40.14 -04:56:53.3 y y  
160601A 0.12 Short GRB with afterglow. 15:39:44.91 +64:32:32.1 y y  
160525B 0.29 Short? Weak UVOT detection, no other optical detections. 09:57:32.31 +51:12:23.9 y y n
160525A Unconfirmed reality. 06:54:17.9 -00:11:55.6      
160521B 2.8 LAT detection. X-ray AG found after four days. 09:50:40.05 +79:01:51.6 y   n
160519A 35.57 No follow-up. 04:44:29.2 +31:14:46.1      
160509A 371 Very bright LAT/GBM burst. Very reddened afterglow. High-energy photon. 20:47:00.93 +76:06:29.2 1.17 y y y
160506A 254.5 Very long. No ground detections. 17:43:23.62 -46:08:02.8 y    
160504A 53.9 Very faint or undetected optical/NIR afterglow. 11:20:17.34 +56:00:05.4 y    
160503A 59.4 00:02:09.60 -1:55:47.99      
160501A 118 Early limits (dark?) 19:05:32.15 -17:14:28.9 y    
160425A 304.6 Very long, 'unusual' burst. Bright merger (probable) host. 18:41:18.57 -54:21:36.1 0.555 y y  
160424A 6.3 No early slew. Poor localization. 21:17:56.41 -60:24:53.3 y    
160419A 8.8 Near Sun; no slew or follow-up. 01:05:40.3 -27:20:28.7      
160417A 15 Bright early afterglow. 08:01:01.64 +07:39:46.60 y y  
160412A 31.6 No early ground observations. 02:12:10.97 -67:37:36.6 y    
160411A 0.36 Short burst. Probable faint optical counterpart. 23:17:25.37 -40:14:30.5 y y  
160410A 8.2 Ambiguously-short GRB with early spectra. 10:02:44.37 +03:28:42.4 1.717 y y  
160408A 0.32 Short burst with faint optical afterglow 08:10:29.81 71:07:43.7 y y  
160327A 28 Bright early afterglow. Possibly z~5? 09:46:48.54 +54:00:46.4 y y  
160325A 64.9 LAT detection. Bright early NIR counterpart but no redshift. 01:02:36.06 -72:41:47.7 y y  
160321A 33.6 Galactic plane. 06:37:40.77 +05:44:51.8 y y  
160314A 8.73 Faint afterglow and bright host galaxy. 07:31:09.73 +16:59:58.7 0.726 y y  
160313A 42.6 Early observations and no detection, probably dark. 12:15:11.16 +57:17:00.5 y    
160303A 5 Short? Faint afterglow with late peak. Faint host. 11:14:48.12 +22:44:32.6 y y  
160228A 98.36 Light curve resembles SGRB w/ EE, but probably a long burst. Possibly z=1.64? 07:09:15.82 +26:55:53.8 y y  
160227A 316.5 Early optical detections. 12:59:13.80 +78:40:45.1 2.38 y y  
160225A 157 Faint optical afterglow. 10:56:55.18 +53:40:13.7 y y  
160223B 30 INTEGRAL GRB with no afterglow found. 06:19:58.48 +33:24:26.99      
160223A 127 Near Moon, no early Swift follow-up. Bright optical afterglow. 09:50:23.34 +09:22:09.0 y y  
160221A 10 INTEGRAL burst with probable afterglow. 15:28:21.68 -28:27:21.6 y    
160220B 31.4 No rapid slew. Crowded field; nonfading optical source in error circle. 17:19:27.64 -18:07:26.5 y    
160220A 8.3 NIR nondetection. 15:47:48.66 -18:33:57.7 y    
160216A 11 No follow-up. 20:46:44.21 -71:32:54.1 y    
160206B 21.5 GBM burst with PTF follow-up, no optical counterpart found. 12:17 52:24
160206A MAXI GRB, no confirmed afterglow. 08:50:47 -36:05:56      
160203A 20.2 Bright afterglow 10:47:48.35 -24:47:19.8 3.52 y y  
160131A 325 Bright burst, well-observed afterglow. 05:12:41.5 -07:03:09.81 0.97 y y y
160127A 6.16 Soft burst/XRF. Detected in all UV filters but no redshift. 15:03:55.76 +00:04:22.5 y y y
160123A 3.95 No optical detections. 10:01:15.04 -33:46:30.8 y    
160121A 12 Significant foreground extinction 07:16:21.16 -23:35:31.6 1.960 y y  
160119A 116 Faint optical afterglow 14:07:41.35 +20:27:40.1 y y y
160117B 60 Early observations, multicolor/multiwavelength follow-up. 08:48:46.74 -16:22:00.0 0.86 y y
160117A 118.6 01:21:28.18 -00:39:19.4 y    
160104A 16.2 Early optical detections. Spec. observations but unclear redshift. 05:07:11.05 +11:19:26.3 y y  
160101B 6.9 LAT detection of low-energy photons, no follow-up, no location. 00:05 +55:14
160101A 4.7 MAXI GRB with XRT/UVOT detections. 14:38:36.12 -13:48:55.4 y y  

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