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v 0.6 (BETA)

Greiner
GRB T90 commentsRA Decz XOR refs
041228 40 Long emission "tail". 22:26:33.84 +05:02:60      
041226 20 05:18:10.56 +73:20:56.40      
041224 50 Soft burst. 03:44:48 -06:39:21.6      
041223 107 Long burst. First XRT detection. 06:40:47.31 -37:04:22.5 y y   2
041220 2 Did not slew. Fast rise, exponential decay. 19:25:08.64 +60:37:26.4      
041219C 40 Soft spectrum, 2+ peaks. 22:55:51.84 -76:48:07.2      
041219B 30 11:10:41.76 -33:27:28.8       1
041219A 520 Extremely long (9+ minutes). Galactic plane. IR flash. 00:24:27.68 +62:50:33.5   y y 16
041218 60 Bright optical afterglow. 01:39:07.6 +71:20:30   y n 2
041217 6.7 First Swift GRB. 10:59:09.60 -17:56:60.00      
041211 100 Hard GRB, little (or no) afterglow. Pseudo-z=3.0. 06:43:12 +20:23:42      
041016 MITSUME afterglow; no circular 01:44:44 -04:24:06      
041015 30 00:18:37 +66:51:37      
041006 Soft GRB. Early flattening; late-time supernova. 00:54:50.23 +01:14:04.9 0.716 y y   9
040924 1.2 Intermediate-duration; not hard. Associated supernova. 02:06:22.56 +16:06:48.4 0.859   y n 5
040916 450 Long XRF. No host in HST imaging. 23:00:55.13 -05:38:43.20   y   2
040912 150 XRF. Chandra afterglow tentative; OT candidates have different positions. Likely very dark. 23:56:42.96 -00:55:19.8 1.563 y   n 3
040903 10 Possible XRF. Near Galactic center. 18:03:22 -25:15:23      
040827 40 Light curve is flat late. 15:17:01.40 -16:08:23.30 y y   1
040825B 80 XRF. 22:47:22 -02:19:05      
040825A Untriggered 22:58:59 -10:56:00      
040812 20 XRF near Galactic plane. Probable low-z host. 16:26:02.25 -44:43:49.4 y y   1
040810 124 Very bright, long. HETE observed only part of event. Two contradictory positions. 23:52 -36:40      
040802 2.9 Short. 18:50 -42:40      
040730 50 15:53:16 -56:27:03      
040709 20:53:53 -28:13:29      
040701 60 XRF. No apparent supernova. 20:48:16.10 -40:11:08.83 0.2146 y    
040624 45 Possibly dark 13:00:09.9 -03:35:14       2
040511 38 Very rapid fading. 14:47:49.33 -44:14:21.80   y  
040425 15:33:00 -40:40:00      
040423 30 15:06:44 -25:16:40      
040422 8 In galactic plane; much extinction. IR afterglow. 18:42:02.65 01:59:07.35   y   2
040403B Short-hard burst. Unable to localize due to moon. 13:00:00.00 +5:00:00.00
040403 35 Not the same as 040403A. 07:40:55 +68:12:39       1
040403A 98 IPN burst; large error box. 19:40:00.00 +30:00:00.00       1
040329 2.3 Position is large annulus 07:38:28.80 +22:54:10.79
040323 20 Unconfirmed NIR afterglow. 13:53:53.20 -52:20:31.3      
040319 7.4 X-ray rich 10:42:15 -23:48:34      
040228B 50 Burst followed by XRF. 10:12:12 -07:19:33      
040228A 50 GRB040228A and B may be part of the same phenomenon. 10:12:12 -07:19:33
040223 315 'Dark' but extreme foreground extinction. 16:39:30.17 -41:55:59.7 y     5
040106 60 Faint afterglow. 11:52:12.27 -46:47:15.8 y y   3

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