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v 0.6 (BETA)

Greiner
GRB T90 commentsRA Decz XOR refs
051227 8 Ambiguous-duration burst near z~0.7 galaxy. Fainter, coincident galaxy may be actual host. 08:20:58.109 +31:55:31.89 0.714?
051221B 61 20:49:35.10 +53:02:12.20
051221A 1.4 Bright short burst with multi-wavelength afterglow. 21:54:48.626 +16:53:27.16 0.5465
051213 70 Near sun. Possible hard x-ray transient. 16:48:18.6 -59:13:42.7
051211B INTEGRAL burst; radio afterglow; possible host. 23:02:41.57 +55:04:51.5
051211A 4.8 Possibly a short burst. Reported afterglow probably non-fading source. 06:56:13 +32:40:44
051210 6 Short burst in cluster of radius 6' at z=0.114; but possible higher redshift. 22:00:41.3 -57:36:48.2
051117B 8 Bright source outside of XRT circle, maybe not host. 05:40:43.0 -19:16:26.5 0.481
051117A 140 Brightest burst observed by XRT that year. 15:13:34.09 +30:52:12.7
051114 2.2 Short burst near sun. Detected in ground analysis. 15:05:03.84 +60:09:21.60
051113 94 12:29:04.2 -26:23:14
051111 47 Extremely bright afterglow with extensive early imaging. 23:12:33.2 +18:22:29.1 1.55
051109B 15 Underluminous burst in outer arm of low-z spiral galaxy. 23:01:50.21 +38:40:46.0 0.080
051109A 25 Bright afterglow with dense early multicolor observations. 22:01:15.313 +40:49:23.31 2.346
051107 1.75 IPN burst; huge error circle 06:16:03.84 -18:58:37.20
051105B 20 No observed afterglow. 00:37:54.50 -40:28:52.32
051105A 0.28 Short burst. No x-ray afterglow after prompt slew. 17:41:06.6 +34:56:56.8
051103 0.17 Very bright short burst - possible magnetar flare in M81/M82? 09:52:34.07 +68:50:42.0
051028 12 Faint optical afterglow. 01:48:15.01 +47:45:09.20 3.5
051022 200 Very bright, relatively low-z dark burst, possibly due to high extinction. 23:56:04.1 +19:36:24.1 0.809
051021B 47 Dark burst. 08:24:11.80 -45:32:30.80
051021A 38 Early rising light curve, 01:56:36.39 +09:04:03.7
051016B 4 Detected in UVOT UV filters. 08:48:27.81 +13:39:20.0 0.9364
051016A 22 Possible dark burst. 08:11:16.30 -18:17:56.3
051012 13 Late follow-up, probable X-ray afterglow. 18:02:11.10 -52:47:12.30
051008 16 Long, hard, high-fluence dark burst; bright star in field. LBG host. 13:31:29.30 +42:05:59.00 2.9
051006 26 Possible faint transient. 07:23:13.52 +09:30:24.48 1.059
051001 190 Dark burst. 23:23:48.80 -31:31:17.00 2.4296
050925 0.07 Short soft burst in Galactic plane. New SGR, or unusual background short GRB. 20:13:54.24 +34:19:54.0
050922C 5 Bright burst with extensive optical observations. 21:09:33.083 -08:45:30.2 2.1995
050922B 250 Long burst without OT; possible dark burst. 00:23:13.20 -05:36:16.40
050922A Possible XRF. 18:04:36.98 -32:01:24.60
050918 50 Long INTEGRAL burst. 17:50:28.70 -25:24:41.20
050916 90 Long burst; not OT. 09:03:56.80 -51:25:46.80
050915B 50 Bright burst with faint afterglow; early optical plateau. OT not reported until 2006. 14:36:26.17 -67:24:32.5
050915A 25 PAIRITEL H-band detection and XRT are only reported observations of afterglow. 05:26:44.804 -28:00:59.27 2.5273
050911 16 Cluster nearby; not short but sometimes classified with SHBs. 00:54:37.7 -38:50:57.7
050908 20 01:21:50.75 -12:57:17.20 3.3467
050906 0.13 Short burst near IC328; no afterglow detected. 03:31:22 -14:39:00
050904 225 Very high redshift. Bright optical flash and extremely luminous afterglow. Long burst with extensive X-ray flaring. 00:54:50.794 +14:05:09.42 6.295
050827 49 Two peaks, 1st much larger. 04:17:09.40 +18:11:57.90
050826 35 Bright, low-z host galaxy. 05:51:01.58 -02:38:35.80 0.296
050824 25 Soft, weak burst. Photometric supernova. 00:48:56.1 +22:36:32 0.8278
050822 102 03:24:26.70 -46:02:01.70 1.434
050820B 13 09:02:25.03 -72:38:44.00
050820A 26 Second prompt emission episode with optical counterpart. X-ray/optical flares. No jet break until very late. 22:29:38.11 +19:33:37.10 2.6147
050819 36 23:55:01.37 +24:51:31.28 2.5043
050817 4 19:00:06.72 -24:55:48.00
050815 2.8 Afterglow detected by UVOT. 19:34:23.147 +09:08:47.47
050814 65 V-band dropout: high-z or dusty host. 17:36:45.39 +46:20:21.60 5.3
050813 0.6 Short burst in cluster. 16:07:57 +11:14:52 0.72?
050807 55 X-ray rich burst. 20:13:27 -36:56:12
050803 85 Very long burst. Dark. Host candidate not in updated X-ray error circles. 23:22:37.8 +05:47:05.5
050802 13 Observed in UV filters with X-ray-only break. 14:37:05.69 +27:47:12.20 1.7102
050801 20 Detected in UV filters. Early optical plateau. 13:36:35.00 -21:55:41.00 1.38
050730 155 High-redshift burst. Shallow decay; X-ray flaring. 14:08:17.13 -03:46:17.70 3.9693
050726 30 UVOT position unconfirmed. 13:20:11.9 -32:03:51.9
050724 3 Short burst inside early-type, low-z galaxy. Very late X-ray flare. First SHB radio afterglow. 16:24:44.369 -27:32:27.50 0.258
050721 39 Bright early but not detected by UVOT. Optical-only rebrightening. 16:53:44.53 -28:22:51.80
050717 86 Bright and extremely hard burst, with precursor. Dark burst. 14:17:25.00 -50:31:58.90
050716 69 Detected in IR but not in optical; reddened? 22:34:20.73 +38:41:03.6
050715 52 No slew due to sun constraint. 10:22:40.56 -00:03:32.40
050714B 87 XRF; afterglow is X-ray soft. 11:18:48.00 -15:32:49.90 2.438
050714A 40 02:54:22.20 +69:06:46.00
050713B 30 "Dark" burst (mag>20); far north. 20:31:15.50 +60:56:38.40
050713A 70 Bright burst; extensive high-energy observations. 21:22:09.53 +77:04:29.50
050712 48 Detected with UVOT: claims early variability 05:10:48.1 +64:54:47.6
050709 220 Short-hard burst with optical afterglow associated with a nearby star-forming dwarf galaxy. 23:01:26.96 -38:58:39.50 0.16
050701 40 15:09:01.80 -59:24:50.10
050626 60 X-ray rich INTEGRAL burst detected in OMC. 12:26:58.68 -63:08:03.12
050607 26.5 Flaring X-ray afterglow; faint optical afterglow. 20:00:42.79 +09:08:31.50
050603 6 Bright afterglow, UVOT observations. 02:39:56.891 -25:10:54.6 2.821
050528 10.8 Soft burst. 23:34:03.60 +45:56:16.80
050525B 16 Very bright GRB outside BAT FOV; no position.
050525A 10 Bright afterglow; probable late-time supernova signature. 18:32:32.57 +26:20:22.50 0.606
050522 15 INTEGRAL XRF. 13:20:35.00 +24:47:18.00
050520 80 12:50:05.90 +30:27:01
050509C 25 XRF with bright multiwavelength afterglow. 12:52:53.94 -44:50:04.10
050509B 0.13 First short burst with afterglow; near elliptical galaxy. 12:36:13.58 +28:59:01.3 0.2249
050509A 11.6 20:42:19.7 +54:04:16.2
050507 20 Spiky emission. Near sun - no follow-up. 03:12:13.20 -11:04:22.80
050505 60 High redshift; faint IR afterglow. 09:27:03.3 +30:16:23.7 4.27
050504 80 13:24:01.30 +40:42:12.00
050502B 7 Giant (500x) X-ray flare. Red afterglow. 09:30:10.02 +16:59:48.07 5.2
050502A 20 INTEGRAL burst; bright optical afterglow. 13:29:46.33 +42:40:27.30 3.793
050422 59.2 Faint X-ray afterglow; minimal optical followup. 21:37:54.50 +55:46:46.60
050421 10.3 X-ray flares; extremely fast-decaying afterglow. "Naked" GRB? 20:29:01.75 +73:39:17.4
050418 83 02:57:23.04 -18:32:16.80
050416B 3 X-ray afterglow retracted. 08:55:25.0 +11:10:55.2
050416A 2.4 XRF with star-forming host. No X-ray break until at least 40 days. Extremely bright late radio flare. 12:33:54.594 +21:03:26.27 0.6528
050412 26 Bright, long burst. Chandra non-detection. Extremely faint afterglow, possibly ''naked''. 12:04:25.19 -01:12:00.4
050410 43 Weak, possibly dark burst with broad peak. 05:59:12.90 +79:36:09.20
050408 34 Afterglow with strong titanium absorption lines, bright emission features.. 12:02:17.31 +10:51:09.40 1.2356
050406 3 XRF with flaring observed; possible IC contribution. 02:17:52.30 -50:11:15.00 2.70
050402 Probably not a real burst. 09:05:55 +16:37:26
050401 38 Faint optical afterglow, probably dust-extinguished. Very strong DLA system. 16:31:28.82 +02:11:14.83 2.8983
050326 29.5 Dark burst - bright X-ray afterglow; no optical detection. 00:27:49.1 -71:22:16.3
050319 15 Very bright, well-observed. Swift triggered on second emission peak. 10:16:47.76 +43:32:54.90 3.2425
050318 32 UVOT photo-z may indicate possible higher redshift (z~2.7) 03:18:51.15 -46:23:43.70 1.4436
050315 96 Prototypical four-regime X-ray decay. 20:25:54.10 -42:36:02.20 1.9500
050309 Possible false trigger. 12:09:37.2 +77:35:56.5
050306 160 Long burst, near moon. 18:49:14.00 -09:09:10.40
050223 23 Dark burst with red, dusty (probable) host. 18:05:32.49 -62:28:21.07 0.5915
050219B 23 Bright GRB; NIR afterglow only. 05:25:16.31 -57:45:27.31
050219A 23 Dark? Bright early-type low-z host? 11:05:39.35 -40:40:57.97 0.2115
050215B 10 First Swift XRF. Possibly IR-only afterglow. 11:37:47.90 +40:47:45.6 2.62
050215A 6 Faint burst. Possible lower E_peak. 23:13:31.68 +49:19:19.20
050209 36 Spectrum evolves strongly (hard => soft), X-ray rich. 08:26:09 +19:41:02
050202 0.08 Short burst. 19:22:18.00 -38:44:06.00
050129 20 Very faint, long burst. 16:51:11.95 -03:04:43.68
050128 13.8 No deep limits. 14:38:17.87 -34:45:56.60
050126 26 Faint IR afterglow; host galaxy detection. 18:32:27.17 +42:22:13.6 1.290
050124 4.1 12:51:30.7 +13:02:42
050123 10 HETE burst. Dark burst? 10:31 -11:26
050117A 169 First XRT prompt slew; large error circle. 23:53:52.96 +65:56:19.75
050112 0.52 Short-hard IPN burst. 19:51:58 -16:40:48

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