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v 0.6 (BETA)

Greiner
GRB T90 commentsRA Decz XOR refs
061222B 40 Rapid Magellan spectrum. 07:01:24.6 -25:51:36 3.355 y y n
061222A 72 Bright GRB with faint afterglow; shallow early decline. 23:53:03.419 +46:31:58.60 2.088 y y y
061218 4.1 Very weak possible GRB; no afterglow. 09:56:57.0 -35:13:15.9      
061217 0.3 Short burst. 10:41:39.32 -21:07:22.1 0.827 y    
061210 85 Short burst, near Moon. 09:38:05.27 +15:37:17.3 0.4095 y   n
061202 91 Southerly burst with no deep limits. 07:02:06.18 -74:41:55.0 y    
061201 0.8 Southerly short burst near cluster. Uncertain association with z=0.111 galaxy. 22:08:32.09 -74:34:47.08 0.111? y y   2
061126 191 Bright GRB with abundant early data. Flat optical SED despite apparent supression. 05:46:24.475 +64:12:38.46 1.159 y y n 2
061122 20 Bright INTEGRAL burst; slow late-time decay 20:15:19.84 +15:31:02.5 y y   2
061121 81 Very bright GRB with precursor. Swift 'Burst of Interest'. 09:48:54.58 -13:11:42.72 1.3145 y y y 3
061110B 128 Faint optical afterglow. 21:35:40.4 +06:52:34.1 3.4344 y y  
061110A 41 Faint optical afterglow, relatively low z. 22:25:09.95 -02:15:31.9 0.7578 y y  
061102A 17.6 No ground followup. 09:53:37.64 -17:01:26.5 y    
061028 106 Image trigger. Optical afterglow candidates apparently unconfirmed. 06:28:54.59 +46:17:56.0 y   n
061027 150 Possibly not a GRB. 18:03:58.1 -82:14:19.9      
061025 20 INTEGRAL burst; fast-decaying afterglow. 20:03:37.1 -48:14:37.0 y y  
061021 46 Detected in all UVOT filters. High S/N spectrum lacks absorption lines. 09:40:36.14 -21:57:04.4 0.3463 y y  
061019 191 Near Galactic plane. 06:06:30.96 +29:34:12.1 y y   1
061007 75 Extremely bright burst with extremely bright afterglow (R~10). Unbroken decay. 03:05:19.6 -50:30:02.5 1.2622 y y n 5
061006 130 Short burst - triggered Swift via soft emission following the hard spike. 07:24:07.66 -79:11:55.1 0.4377 y y  
061004 6.2 Dark burst. Possibly variable/high-z source is not associated. 06:31:10.71 -45:54:28.7 y    
061002 17.6 Near Sun; no deep limits. 14:41:23.61 +48:44:28.8 y    
060930 20 X-ray rich INTEGRAL burst. 20:17:58 -23:38:16      
060929 12.4 Very large flare. 17:32:28.95 +29:50:06.4 y    
060928 215 Extremely long, bright IPN burst in Galactic plane. 08:30:30.15 -42:44:57.6 y    
060927 22.6 Faint, red afterglow: very high-z. ROTSE detection at 16s. 21:58:12.02 +05:21:48.9 5.467 y y   2
060926 8 Contemporaneous optical and X-ray flare. Strongest GRB DLA known. 17:35:43.66 +13:02:18.6 3.2086 y y   1
060923C 76 Burst with IR-only afterglow. Also a high-z/extinction candidate. 23:04:28.36 +03:55:28.4 y y n
060923B 8.8 No ground-based follow-up. ERO near error circle. 15:52:46.69 -30:54:13.6 y    
060923A 51.7 Apparent J-band dropout. High-redshift candidate but R-band host detection. 16:58:28.16 +12:21:38.9 2.6 y y n 1
060919 9.1 No deep optical limits. 18:27:41.99 -51:00:51.4 y    
060912B 200 INTEGRAL burst. 18:04:52 -19:52:49      
060912A 5 Low-z galaxy near GRB position. Detected in UVOT up to UVM2. 00:21:08.16 +20:58:17.8 0.937 y y n 2
060908 19.3 Bright early OT (R,V~15) but rapid fading. 02:07:18.36 +00:20:31.2 1.8836 y y n 1
060906 43.6 Slow afterglow decay. 02:43:00.9 +39:21:42.12 3.6856 y y   1
060904B 192 Bright OT with complex early behavior. Giant X-ray flare. Relatively low-z. 03:52:50.52 -00:43:30.9 0.7029 y y   2
060904A 80 Bright burst; definitely a dark GRB. 15:50:54.50 +44:59:09.2 2.55 y     1
060901 20 INTEGRAL burst with Swift follow-up. 19:08:37.84 -06:38:07.7 y y  
060825 8.1 Faint X-ray afterglow. 01:12:29.44 +55:47:50.6 y   n
060814 146 Bright GRB. Faint or red afterglow. Probable host in error circle at low redshift. 14:45:21.29 +20:35:10.7 1.9229 y y   1
060814B 2600 Bright, hard, extremely long GRB. Analogous to 971208.
060813 14.9 Bright GRB triggering multiple satellites. 07:27:35.35 -29:50:49.4 y    
060807 34 Very red candidate afterglow. Bright host. X-ray lines? 16:50:02.6 +31:35:30.7 y y  
060805B 8 Very bright IPN burst. DSS object in XRT circle is a star. 18:10:05.57 +58:09:18.9 y    
060805A 5.4 Intrinsically faint burst. 14:43:43.51 +12:35:10.9 2.44? y    
060804 16 No ground-based followup 07:28:49.36 -27:12:56.7 y y  
060801 0.5 Short burst. OT unconfirmed; XRT offset. Possible host at z=1.131. 14:12:01.32 +16:58:54.0 1.131? y    
060729 116 Late-time brightening and slow, unbroken fading. Low redshift. 06:21:31.79 -62:22:12.8 0.5428 y y   10
060728 60 No afterglow. Possible non-GRB. 01:06:46 -41:23:10 n    
060719 55 Afterglow is faint and red. 01:13:43.68 -48:22:51.3 1.5320 y y n
060717 3 Dark burst. 11:23:21.66 +28:57:03.9 y    
060714 115 Multiple X-ray flares. Host is a Lyman-alpha emitter. 15:11:26.45 -06:33:58.3 2.7108 y y   1
060712 26 Weak GRB, "dark" but no deep limits. 12:16:16.20 +35:32:18.0 y    
060708 9.8 Southerly 00:31:13.82 -33:45:32.4 1.92 y y  
060707 68 Faint afterglow. 23:48:19.00 -17:54:17.0 3.4240 y y n
060614 102 Bright burst with bright, long-lived afterglow. No bright supernova. 21:23:32.08 -53:01:36.2 0.1257 y y   17
060607B 31 Close to Sun; no slew. 02:48:11.60 +14:44:57.10      
060607A 100 Rapid early spectroscopy; flaring afterglow. 21:58:50.4 -22:29:46.7 3.0749 y y   9
060605 15 Bright optical afterglow with early rising phase. 21:28:37.32 -06:03:31.30 3.773 y y n 2
060604 10 Two widely-separated bursts. Redshift unclear; single absorption line. 22:28:55.01 -10:54:55.8 2.1357 y y n
060602B 9 Likely a Galactic LMXB. Near Galactic center. 17:49:31.78 -28:08:04.5 4
060602A 60 Late Swift slew. Faint OT. 09:58:16.65 +00:18:14.7 0.787 y y  
060526 13.8 Two well-separated (200s) episodes of emission. Highly variable afterglow. Very faint host. 15:31:18.36 +00:17:04.92 3.2213 y y   4
060522 69 Very high-z 21:31:44.8 +02:53:10.35 5.11 y y n
060516 160 Image trigger; near Sun. 04:44:41 -18:05:44      
060515 52 08:29:08.84 +73:34:02.1 y    
060512 8.6 Nearby, lower-redshift galaxy. Moderately bright OT. 13:03:05.81 +41:11:27.24 2.1 y y  
060510B 276 High-z burst; image trigger. 15:56:29.20 +78:34:12.00 4.9 y y  
060510A 21 UVOT U-band detection 06:23:27.98 -01:09:46.2 y y  
060507 185 Northerly burst with faint afterglow. 05:59:50.62 +75:14:57.2 y y  
060505 4 Faint burst in underluminous low-z galaxy. No supernova. 22:07:03.44 -27:48:51.9 0.089 y y   6
060502B 90 Short burst; no OT. Uncertain association with nearby elliptical. 18:35:45.53 +52:37:52.9 0.287 y     1
060502A 33 GRB with bright afterglow. Alternate report of low-z. 16:03:42.48 +66:36:02.50 1.5026 y y  
060501 26 Late slew. 21:53:30.68 +43:59:55.1 y    
060429 0.11 IPN short burst. 07:42:03.024 -24:57:09.00      
060428B 58 Possible XRF near red galaxy. Image trigger with faint OT. 15:41:25.63 +62:01:30.30 0.35? y y   1
060428A 39.4 Afterglow visible despite strong extinction. 08:14:10.88 -37:10:11.2 y y  
060428C 10 INTEGRAL burst not released for 1.5 years. 19:00:52 -09:33:00 1
060427B 0.2 IPN short burst 06:33:53.28 +21:20:52.8
060427A 64 Dark burst 08:17:04.4 +62:40:18.30 y    
060425 0.13 IPN short burst 14:09:12.24 -05:04:00.12
060424 37 Close to Sun. 00:29:25.8 +36:47:58.7   y  
060421 11 Coincident with molecular cloud; faint X-ray afterglow. 22:54:32.90 +62:43:52.6 y    
060418 52 Bright UV/optical/IR afterglow. Very rapid spectroscopy; variable absorption lines. 15:45:42.6 -03:38:20.0 1.49 y y   12
060413 150 Bright flare. No deep optical limits. 19:25:07.84 +13:45:29.9 y    
060403 30 Crowded field, no deep limits. 18:49:21.60 +08:19:46.2 y    
060323 18 Extremely faint afterglow (misidentified in early circulars). 11:37:45.04 +49:59:07.8 y y  
060322 213 Very long GRB near Galactic bulge 18:16:56.59 -36:42:31.5 y    
060319 12 Dark burst, or possible very red burst. 11:45:32.89 +60:00:39.1 1.172 y y  
060313 0.7 Bright short burst with afterglow. Faint HST host. 04:26:28.4 -10:50:40.1 y y   2
060312 43 No deep limits. 03:03:05.92 +12:50:02.0 y    
060306 61 Dark in IR observations. 02:44:22.91 -02:08:54.0 1.55 y    
060303 0.6 IPN short burst. Not distributed until 1 week after the event. 02:49:18.00 +16:52:08.40
060223B 10.2 No slew; XRT has a late tentative detection 16:56:59.05 -30:48:38.4 y    
060223A 11 03:40:49.56 -17:07:48.36 4.41 y y  
060219 62 Weak burst. Possible SDSS host. 16:07:21.50 +32:18:57.5 y    
060218 2100 Low-redshift GRB with coincident Type Ic supernova (SN2006aj). Very underluminous burst with unusually blue afterglow. 03:21:39.683 +16:52:01.82 0.0331 y y y 52
060213 60 Bright IPN burst. Afterglow not confirmed. 09:26:23.05 -09:06:43.4      
060211B 30 Possible dark burst 05:00:17.16 +14:56:57.6 y    
060211A 43 Fast-fading X-ray afterglow 03:53:32.63 +21:29:18.9 y    
060210 255 Early-time optical data with extensive flaring 03:50:57.37 +27:01:34.4 3.9122 y y n 3
060209 Not a GRB. 04:21:49.00 +58:43:47.00
060206 11 Bright, well-observed GRB with rebrightening after 1 hour. 13:31:43.42 +35:03:03.6 4.059 y y n 11
060204C 60 Not a real GRB.      
060204B 134 Nearby unassociated cluster 14:07:15.00 +27:40:37.3 y y  
060204A 70 Integral burst. X-Ray afterglow found by Swift. 15:28:58.40 -39:27:28.50      
060203 60 Early trigger was suspect, but definitely a GRB. 06:54:03.85 +71:48:38.4 y y  
060202 203.7 Image trigger - speculation of high-z, but putative afterglow does not fade. Possible X-ray lines. 02:23:23.01 +38:23:03.2 0.785 y    
060130 40 INTEGRAL burst 15:16:53.76 -36:54:43.20      
060124 710 Long burst (700s) with long interval between precursor and main burst. 05:08:26.00 +69:44:27.2 2.2300 y y n 8
060123 900 Very long burst (900s); untriggered. 11:58:47.84 +45:30:50.2 0.56 y    
060121 2 Short (or possible intermediate) HETE burst. Faint afterglow, extremely faint host. 09:09:52.18 +45:39:37.4 y y   3
060117 25 Near bright galaxy, extremely bright afterglow. Close to Sun and far south. 21:51:36.13 -59:58:39.1   y   3
060116 35 Probably very high-z 05:38:46.28 -05:26:13.14 6.60 y y y
060115 142 03:36:08.32 +17:20:43.0 3.5328 y y   1
060114 100 INTEGRAL burst 13:01:06.38 -04:44:52.80      
060111B 59 Bright early afterglow followed by rapid decay. 19:05:42.47 +70:22:33.1 y y   3
060111A 13 Intense multiple X-ray flares. 18:24:49.20 +37:36:14.1 2.32 y y  
060110 17 Bright IR afterglow 04:50:57.85 +28:25:55.7 y y  
060109 116 Dark burst 18:50:43.65 +31:59:27.0 y    
060108 14.4 Very faint afterglow, seen only at long wavelengths. XRT offset. 09:48:01.98 +31:55:08.6 2.03 y y   3
060105 55 Very bright, long GRB with no optical afterglow. Very crowded field. 19:50:00.69 +46:20:55.9 y   n 4
060102 20 No early follow-up. 21:55:20.30 -01:50:17.80      

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