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v 0.6 (BETA)

Greiner
GRB T90 commentsRA Decz XOR refs
071227 1.8 Short burst in disk of edge-on spiral galaxy 03:52:31.26 -55:59:03.5 0.3940 y y   3
071129 420 Swift burst near Sun; no followup. 14:40:09.3 -26:39:60      
071125 10 Very bright IPN GRB. 16:44:55 +04:29:35
071122 68.7 Faint afterglow. 18:26:25.26 +47:04:30.1 1.14 y y y
071118 71 High-z candidate, but detected in UVOT. 19:58:51.8 +70:07:29.2 y y  
071117 6.6 Bright burst. Very faint afterglow. Emission line in afterglow very ambiguous. 22:20:10.42 -63:26:35.5 1.331? y y  
071112C 15 Dense early followup. Bright host emission lines. 02:36:50.93 +28:22:16.7 0.8227 y y n 4
071112B 0.3 Short burst in far south; no afterglow detected. 17:21:13 -80:53:02 n    
071109 30 INTEGRAL GRB. No X-ray afterglow in rapid followup. Possible prompt radio detection. 19:19:51.67 +02:01:49.88     y?
071104 12 SuperAGILE burst in Galactic plane. 19:42:26.86 +14:36:37.1 y y  
071101 9 Near Galactic plane. 03:12:42.35 +62:30:01.6 y    
071031 180 XRF. Bright afterglow with early rise. X-ray flares; rapid VLT spectroscopy. 00:25:37.27 -58:03:34.2 2.6918 y y   2
071028A 27 Bright star near XRT error circle. 07:59:16.56 +21:29:05.0 y    
071028B Detected in ground analysis. Afterglow detected by GROND after 3 days. Bright, blue host. 23:36:38.8 -31:37:13.7 0.94 y     1
071025 109 Very long burst during full moon; complex early behavior seen in rapid ground response. Very red afterglow. 23:40:17.078 +31:46:42.87 5.2 y y   4
071021 225 Image trigger. High-z candidate. 22:42:34.31 +23:43:06.5 2.4520 y     1
071020 4.2 Bright intermediate-duration burst; bright afterglow. Rebrightening. 07:58:39.78 +32:51:40.0 2.1462 y y y
071018 376 Very faint image trigger. High-z candidate. No X-ray afterglow. 10:58:44.4 +53:49:18     n
071017 0.5 INTEGRAL burst in Galactic plane; possible new SGR. 18:18:51.25 -15:59:20.3       1
071013 26 No confirmed afterglow, but variability of DSS source? No XRT followup. 18:38:00.3 +33:50:46      
071011 61 GRB in Galactic plane. BAT/XRT offset, detected afterglow. 00:33:32.731 +61:08:04.57 y y n
071010C 12 Found during ground analysis; no followup. 22:32:13 +66:09:32      
071010B 35.7 Bright GRB; bright afterglow discovered by amateur. Still visible after 2 weeks. 10:02:09.26 +45:43:50.3 0.947 y y y 4
071010A 6 Bright afterglow with slow early decay. 19:12:14.624 -32:24:07.16 0.98? y y n 1
071008 18 Late disambiguation of X-ray afterglow. 10:06:21.32 +44:19:17.3 y    
071006 80 Detected during ground analysis. 22:21:07 -23:09:14      
071003 150 Bright GRB; very bright afterglow (mag~12) with late rebrightening. Bright nearby star. 20:07:24.12 +10:56:51.8 1.6044 y y y 3
071001 58.5 Minimal follow-up. 09:58:56.07 -59:46:54.5 y    
070925 30 INTEGRAL burst. 16:52:51.42 -22:01:44.5 y    
070923 0.05 New short burst. Near sun; no followup. 12:18:29.5 -38:17:38     n
070920B 20.2 Late XRT slew. 00:00:31.27 -34:51:10.2      
070920A 56 Image trigger. No detected afterglow to deep, early limits. 06:43:44 +72:13:38      
070917 7.3 Bright burst with faint afterglow. 19:35:40.53 +02:24:40.4 y y  
070913 3.2 Faint burst. X-Ray/optical candidates not fully confirmed. 15:15:01.3 -24:17:35 y y  
070911 162 First Swift burst after malfunction downtime. Bright, complex burst; slow-decaying IR afterglow. 01:43:14.4 -33:29:03.1 y y  
070824 9.5 IPN/Agile localization 11:28 -27:00
070821 180 IPN burst. 06:22:06 -63:51:00
070810B 0.2 Short burst. Misidentified optical afterglow candidate. 00:35:46 +08:50:07      
070810A 11 Bright optical afterglow; rapid early fading. 12:39:51.22 +10:45:04.3 2.17 y y  
070809 1.3 Probable short burst. 13:35:04.55 -22:08:30.8 0.2187? y y  
070808 32 Dark burst 00:27:03.36 +01:10:34.3 y    
070805 40 Faint burst, slow slew. No confirmed afterglow. 16:20:10 -59:56:40      
070802 16.4 Red afterglow, due to extinction with strong 2175 A bump feature. 02:27:35.68 -55:31:38.9 2.4541 y y  
070731 2.9 Moon constraint; no follow-up 21:54:19.5 -15:44:23      
070729 0.9 Short-hard burst. Possible K~18 host. 03:45:15.98 -39:19:20.5 y    
070724B 55 First AGILE burst. 01:09:56.63 +57:40:35.6 y   n 2
070724A 0.4 Short GRB with low-z host galaxy. Strongly reddened optical/IR afterglow. 01:51:14.071 -18:35:39.33 0.457 y     2
070721B 340 Long burst with UVOT afterglow. Second high-z galaxy at same redshift. 02:12:32.95 -02:11:40.6 3.6298 y y n
070721A 3.4 (Another) XRF during notice outage. Nearby star. 00:12:39.13 -28:33:00.6 y y  
070714B 64 Bright short burst with optical afterglow. Very faint host galaxy. 03:51:22.2 +28:17:51.4 0.9230 y y n 3
070714A 2 XRF during notice outage. 02:51:43.30 +30:14:34.8 1.58 y    
070707 1.1 Southerly INTEGRAL short burst. Extremely rapidly-falling afterglow and ultra-faint host galaxy. 17:50:58.55 -68:55:27.2 y y   3
070704 380 Very long burst in Galactic plane. 23:38:47.41 +66:15:11.5 y    
070628 39.1 Burst in Galactic plane; near Sun. Bright extinguished afterglow? 07:41:06.12 -20:16:46.2 y y  
070626 300 Very long, extremely bright IPN burst. Large error box. 09:25:25 -39:51:54
070621 40 Dark burst. No OT in AO imaging. 21:35:10.11 -24:49:02.7 y    
070616 402 Very long, complex burst with sharp drop and spectral evolution. Very close to bright Galactic star. 02:08:36.12 +56:56:39.7 y y   2
070615 30 INTEGRAL burst. XRT detection not confirmed. 02:57:15.30 -04:24:26.9      
070612B 13.5 Near Galactic plane. 17:26:54.45 -08:45:05.0 y    
070612A 370 Close to Sun; no Swift slew. Bright SDSS host but not low-z. 08:05:29.61 +37:16:15.2 0.617   y y
070611 12 Late-rising afterglow. 00:07:58.01 -29:45:20.0 2.0394 y y  
070610 4.6 Galactic origin. Erratic short-timescale flaring for weeks after burst. 19:55:09.63 +26:14:05.6 6
070531 44 00:26:58.26 +74:18:46.9 y    
070529 109 Reverse-shock-like early decline. 18:54:58.19 +20:39:34.0 2.4996 y y   1
070521 37.9 Nearby low-z galaxy. Dark to extremely deep limits. 16:10:38.62 +30:15:22.1 1.7 y    
070520B 66 X-ray flare. 08:07:31.17 +57:36:29.9 y    
070520A 18 Optical counterpart unconfirmed. 12:53:26.52 +74:59:26.6 y    
070518 5.5 Faint burst. OT detected by all Swift filters; bright host candidate. XRT flares. 16:56:47.7 +55:17:42.3 1.16? y y n 1
070517 9 Optical source unconfirmed. 18:30:29.12 -62:17:50.7 y y  
070512 2 IPN burst 17:55 -25:00
070509 7.7 Faint X-ray afterglow. 15:51:50.38 -78:39:06.9 y    
070508 21 Bright, spiky burst. Faint, very red optical afterglow. 20:51:12.07 -78:23:07.0 0.82? y y  
070506 4.3 Faint afterglow. 23:08:52.39 +10:43:20.3 2.3090 y y  
070429B 0.5 Short burst. No optical counterpart. 21:52:03.87 -38:49:42.6 0.9023 y   n 1
070429A 163 ERO near error circle. 19:50:48.71 -32:24:15.1 y    
070427 11 No slew. 01:55:29.1 -27:36:11.2      
070420 77 Late rebrightening. 08:04:55.25 -45:33:21.0 y y   1
070419B 236.5 21:02:49.82 -31:15:49.3 1.9588 y y  
070419A 116 Highly underluminous afterglow. Supernova bump? 12:10:58.78 +39:55:31.5 0.97 y y   2
070412 34 Nearby low-z elliptical galaxy. 12:06:10.02 +40:08:35.5 y n  
070411 101 Optical afterglow shows early plateau phase and flares. 07:09:19.93 +01:03:52.6 2.954 y y   1
070406 0.7 Short burst. Putative afterglow is a quasar. 13:15:49.3 +16:31:46 n    
070402 17 Long/hard IPN burst. 20:44:44 +27:24:14      
070330 9 Faint afterglow. Southerly. 17:58:09.98 -63:47:34.8 y y  
070328 69 No ground followup. 04:20:27.72 -34:04:00.6 y    
070326 17.3 Burst discovered late in BAT slew archive. 02:41:20.8 -66:59:21
070318 63 Burst with peculiar, long-lived optical afterglow. 03:13:56.83 -42:56:46.3 0.840 y y   1
070311 60 INTEGRAL GRB. Bright IR afterglow. Low Galactic latitude. Late optical flare. 05:50:08.27 +03:22:29.7 y y n 5
070309 40 INTEGRAL burst. Preliminary XRT position. 17:34:39.03 -37:55:48.9 y    
070306 210 IR but no optical detection; very large host extinction. Very luminous host. 09:52:23.31 +10:28:55.26 1.49594 y y n 1
070227 7 Ground-analysis BAT detection; tentative afterglow detection. 08:02:19.25 -46:18:49.5 y    
070224 34 Faint optical afterglow; early plateau? 11:56:06.65 -13:19:48.8 1.992 y y n
070223 89 Faint afterglow. 10:13:48.39 +43:08:00.7 y y  
070220 129 'Dark' burst but near Galactic plane. 02:19:06.91 +68:48:17.0 y    
070219 17 Dark burst (faint X-rays) 17:20:45.99 +69:22:12.1 y    
070209 0.1 Short GRB, no afterglow found. 03:04:51.2 -47:22:34.2      
070208 48 Host emission lines visible. 13:11:32.607 +61:57:54.37 1.165 y y  
070207 5 Extremely bright, hard IPN long burst. 01:06:19 -34:42:49
070201 0.15 Extremely intense short burst - M31 magnetar megaflare? 00:44:21 +42:18:27 3
070129 460 Extremely long GRB. Flaring; faint afterglow. 02:28:00.94 +11:41:04.0 2.3384 y y   1
070126 51 Faint burst. Faint afterglow candidate retracted. 02:14:18.9 -73:31:54      
070125 60 Bright, long burst. Bright radio afterglow. Faint host candidate. 07:51:17.767 +31:09:04.11 1.5471 y y y 12
070124 0.9 IPN short burst. 14:45:32.39 +54:34:04.79      
070110 85 Very slow initial afterglow decay followed by sudden fading. 00:03:39.27 -52:58:26.9 2.3521 y y   1
070107 Near Galactic plane; no ground followup. X-ray flare. 10:37:36.35 -53:12:47.5 y y  
070103 19 Dark burst, even in near-IR filters. 23:30:13.85 +26:52:34.5 2.6208 y    

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