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v 0.6 (BETA)

Greiner
GRB T90 commentsRA Decz XOR refs
031220 Identification of afterglow is ambiguous. Photo-z 1.90. 04:39:44.35 +07:22:36.99 y y   2
031214 0.3 16:22:00.00 -11:30:00.00
031203 30 Underluminous low-z GRB associated with hypernova SN2003lw. Galactic X-ray halo. 08:02:30.36 -39:51:00.1 0.105 y y y 40
031111B Only 1 GCN, group did not detect. 03:59:05 +34:36:18      
031111A 10 23:25:31.08 -16:13:08.4      
031109 20 AKA 031109B. Very long XRF. 00:17:03 -07:08:41
031026 114.2 Suspected very high redshift (pz~14). 03:18:42 +28:21:58      
030913 6 Reported optical afterglow probably an asteroid. +20:58:07.4 -02:21:54       1
030824 16 XRF 00:05:02 +19:55:37      
030823 56 XRF 21:30:46 21:55:43      
030821 19 Faint, long GRB. 21:41:59.99 -44:47:59.99      
030725 180 Bright burst. Very red afterglow, discovered by amateur. 20:33:59.49 -50:40:56   y   1
030723 23 XRF. Possible rebrightening - SN or off-axis jet? 21:49:24.4 -27:42:47.4 y y   8
030706 10.5 ; unreleased in GCNs. 22:51:34.7 -48:30:03
030529 20 Offline detection; unreleased. 09:40:30 -56:20:31
030528 60 XRF close to galactic plane; bright host. 17:04:00.31 -22:37:09.99 0.782 y y   4
030519B 10 Long, bright GRB. 15:59:02 -33:29:18
030519A 10 IPN large annulus 10:06:37.19 +35:07:26.40      
030509B 7 22:08:21.12 -36:23:45.60
030509A 9 05:14:49.82 +11:08:16.84      
030501C Short, hard burst. 14:56:29.28 -21:09:14.40
030501A 75 Weak burst, high extinction due to proximity of galactic center. 19:05:30 +06:18:26       3
030501B 8 14:56:50.28 -21:08:31.2      
030429 5 Very nearby line-of-sight z=0.84 galaxy, but probably not strongly lensed. 12:13:07.5 -20:54:49.7 2.6564   y   1
030418 135 Long, X-ray rich burst. Wind medium? 10:54:33.69 -07:01:40.8   y   2
030416 50 XRF. 11:06:51 -02:52:58      
030414 40 IPN burst; very shallow afterglow limits. 07:59:33.01 -48:35:15.19      
030413 15 13:14:25.29 +62:20:54.62      
030329B 65 13:43:37.68 -13:03:50.40
030329A 35 Extremely bright GRB with SN association (2003dh). Brightest optical afterglow ever observed. Complicated afterglow evolution; rebrightenings. 10:44:49.96 +21:31:17.44 0.1687 y y y 98
030328 100 Long, bright burst. High-resolution Chandra spectrum shows no lines. 12:10:48.4 -09:20:51.3 1.522 y y   5
030326 10 19:31:51.62 -11:43:12.77      
030325 2 04:43:06.76 -19:06:08.18      
030324 8.7 Long burst. Redshift less than 2.7. 13:37:04.42 -00:15:33.56   y  
030323 5 Faint, long burst. Faint, high-z host. First GRB DLA(?) 11:06:09.4 -21:46:13.2 3.372   y   3
030320 50 17:51:43 -25:18:34       1
030306 20 21:53:27.24 -10:52:14.24      
030227 20 INTEGRAL GRB. Possible Compton signature, X-ray lines (z=1.39?). 04:57:33.05 +20:29:04.9 y y   5
030226 100 Break in afterglow; rapid late decline. Intervening absorbers. 11:33:04.93 +25:53:55.3 1.986 y y   9
030204 100 00:03:20.47 +32:43:36.92      
030131 150 Afterglow detection marginal. 13:28:22.29 +30:40:23.70   y   3
030115C 18 12:56:35.82 -48:28:16.3      
030115B 100 21:38:58.19 -80:14:26.75      
030115A 20 Extremely red afterglow and host galaxy. 11:18:32.63 +15:02:59.9 2.0   y y 5

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