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v 0.6 (BETA)

Greiner
GRB T90 commentsRA Decz XOR refs
001225 21.46 Very bright HETE burst; unreleased in GCNs. 07:20:12.0 -10:41:59 1
001219 8 Only one of two localization zones shown. 06:53:44.31 -57:29:57.84      
001212 70 06:49:34.54 +36:22:52.78      
001204 0.5 Short, hard burst. 02:41:08.59 12:53:46.31      
001120 20 Dark burst? 22:18:27.7 01:05:38.89      
001109 Putative radio afterglow did not fade. 18:30:07 +55:17:56 y     3
001105 30 Dark burst. 13:01:53.82 +35:29:19.25      
001025B 0.25 Short, hard burst. 18:21:40.78 -05:08:34.45      
001025A 17.5 Dark burst. 08:36:35.93 -13:04:10.82       4
001020 30 18:06:32.4 -24:45:45.77      
001019 10 No OT found. 17:11:44.08 35:20:13.51      
001018 1.63 Possible host galaxy. 13:14:12.39 +11:48:57.90      
001017 10 18:08:41.99 -02:59:37.61      
001011 Faint, color-selected optical afterglow. 18:23:04.6 -50:54:16   y   2
001007 375 Afterglow not detected until late times but still bright; rapid fading. 04:05:54.29 -21:53:45.5   y   1
001005 5 01:24:05.17 +25:00:24.19      
001004 7 16:00:21 -56:48:39      
000926 25 Faint host galaxy. X-ray excess: Compton scattering? 17:04:09.71 +51:47:10 2.066 y y y 12
000925 20 14:20:27.29 19:48:43.25      
000911 500 Bright, very long burst. Possible SN bump. 02:18:34.36 +07:44:27.7 1.0585   y y 5
000910 6 Very faint burst. 00:13:33.86 -77:58:25.33      
000830 9 23:34:12.08 +06:20:47.07      
000820 30 08:57:20 -08:49:12      
000812 80 Near moon. Radio position not confirmed. 18:08:49.33 +45:46:56.5      
000811 15 19:58:19.61 +23:32:35.15      
000801 13.9 11:11:46.14 -09:24:43.65      
000730B 10 08:25:45.53 60:03:46.1      
000730A 0.35 12:45:08.31 19:16:17.74      
000727 10 Marginal OT candidate reported. 11:45:11 +17:24:34      
000630 20 Faint OT. Located in extension of host galaxy in rich galaxy field. 14:46:58.8 +41:16:59   y   2
000623 5 11:15:41.48 +10:42:02.5      
000620 15 07:35:17.04 +69:11:34.80      
000616 30 11:20:10.97 +26:16:41.19      
000615B 20 02:22:27.23 -17:52:16.34      
000615A 13 Dark burst? 15:32:40.32 +73:50:52.80 y     2
000608 9 GRB status is suspect. 00:25:00.72 -69:02:02.40      
000607 0.15 Short/hard burst; small IPN error box. 02:33:58.74 +17:08:51.49 0.1405       1
000604 15 Dark burst. 15:35:47.21 10:41:17.56      
000529 Position is of X-ray afterglow candidate. 00:09:48.24 -61:27:54.00 y    
000528 120 Second episode (600s later) in Ulysses data; probably unrelated. 10:45:08 -33:59:26 y     1
000519 15 23:04:38.55 01:10:16.67      
000516 7 02:20:16.13 -14:50:14.33      
000508B 10 Possible counterparts in optical (unlikely). 16:53:59.52 -20:30:14.4      
000429 50 06:33:20.8 -04:24:49.24      
000424 06:58:52.32 +49:52:22.80      
000419 40 22:00:15.79 48:16:53.54      
000418 30 Red afterglow due to extinction; luminous starburst host. Jet break. 12:25:19.3 +20:06:11.6 1.11854   y y 6
000416 25 X-ray rich burst. Single pulse. 17:15:26.64 -71:36:25.20      
000408 2.5 09:09:17.91 +66:34:49.78      
000326 2 Short burst; no detected afterglow. 22:11:23.51 -26:08:46.15      
000323 90 12:51:59.81 48:49:06.46      
000315 60 22:43:20.56 17:59:35.54      
000307 20 No OT, but high extinction. 05:56:18.73 07:56:30.94      
000301C 10 Burst much shorter at higher energies. Faint host. Microlensing candidate. 16:20:18.6 +29:26:36 2.0335   y y 16
000301A 6 Possible radio afterglow. 23:39:27.12 +75:47:12.86
000226 15 21:28:57.79 -19:45:41.88
000214 115 Valentine's Day burst; large err circle. X-ray line at z=0.47? 18:54:27 -66:27:30 y     7
000210 20 Dark burst. Bright, well-studied host galaxy. 01:59:15.59 -40:39:33.02 0.8452 y   y 3
000131 50 Bright, long GRB with afterglow. Extremely high-z host galaxy in HST imaging. 06:13:31 -51:56:40 4.5   y   3
000126 100 07:46:48.00 +06:54:00.00      
000115 15 No afterglow detected. 08:03:30 -17:15:21 y    

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