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v 0.6 (BETA)

Greiner
GRB T90 commentsRA Decz XOR refs
081230 60.7 Faint optical afterglow; fades slowly early. 02:29:19.51 -25:08:49.95 y y  
081229 0.5 11:22 +55:06
081228 3 Limited follow-up. 02:37:50.94 +30:51:10.5 3.8 y y  
081226B 0.7 INTEGRAL short burst. 01:41:58.79 -47:26:20.40 n   n
081226C 60 12:38 +27:48
081226A 0.4 Swift short burst. Afterglow candidates do not fade. 08:01:59.86 -69:01:48.4 y   n
081225 42 15:36.5 -64:36
081224 10.3 LAT detection retracted. 14:12:35.91 +74:11:58.7
081223 0.89 07:47 +33:30
081222 24 Bright optical counterpart. 01:30:57.59 -34:05:41.49 2.77 y y  
081221 34 Ultra-dark burst. Very bright in gamma rays and X-rays, no optical afterglow except possible very faint IR counterpart. 01:03:10.22 -24:32:51.7 2.26 y y y
081216 0.96 Very bright Fermi/IPN short burst. 08:13 +13:42
081215B 16:19 -45:20
081215A 7.7 Very bright Fermi/IPN burst. LAT off-axis detection. Not in M31. 09:00 +53:48
081213 01:42 -35:18
081211A 0.97 Faint Swift burst 21:52:27.91 -33:50:10.9 y    
081211B 102 Konus short burst with BATSS extended emission component; position consistent with low-z cluster. 11:13:03.49 +53:49:47.0 0.216 y    
081210 146 Faint UVOT afterglow; no ground followup. 04:41:56.20 -11:15:26.7 y y  
081209 0.4 Fermi+IPN short burst. 02:20 +68:52
081207 153 Very bright Fermi burst. 07:57 +66:54
081206C 20 Weak Fermi GRB 02:44 -14:25
081206B 10 Faint. 23:05 -33:06
081206A 24 08:00 +32:42
081204A 20 No optical afterglow despite deep follow-up (dark). ERO in (large) error circle. 23:19:09.13 -60:13:31.7      
081204B 0.32 Short. 12:06 +32:06
081204C 4.7 04:08 -61:30
081203A 294 Very bright afterglow. 15:32:07.58 +63:31:14.9 2.1 y y n 2
081203B 23.4 BAT slew survey burst with bright late-time afterglow. 15:15:11.67 +44:25:42.9 y y y
081130B 12 00:56 +04:10
081130A Soft, weak Fermi GRB 02:28 +46:00
081128 100 Bright host candidate. 01:23:13.05 +38:07:38.7 y y  
081127 37 No ground follow-up. 22:08:15.43 +06:51:02.4      
081126 54 Bright afterglow despite plane position. 21:34:03.59 +48:42:38.3 y y n 1
081125 15 02:49 -22:24
081124 35 Fermi XRF 22:26 -15:32
081122B 0.3 Fermi short burst 10:06 -02:06
081122A 26 22:35 +38:24
081121 14 Burst with very bright (11 mag) afterglow in far southern hemisphere. 05:57:06.19 -60:36:10.3 2.512 y y  
081120 12 13:42 -09:06
081119 0.8 22:46 29:42
081118B 20 03:36 50:24
081118A 67 Red afterglow. 05:30:22.18 -43:18:05.3 2.58 y y  
081113 0.5 Fermi short burst. 09:47 68:54
081110 20 Hard spectrum. 08:14 21:12
081109B 100 Marginal image trigger. Probably not a GRB. 23:20:31.8 -55:54:42.8
081109 190 Very red afterglow. Luminous host galaxy. 22:03:09.72 -54:42:39.5 0.9787 y y n
081107 2.2 03:11 17:00
081105B 0.18 Fermi short burst. 14:23 42:48
081105A 10 IPN burst. ERO in (large) error circle. 00:15:48.5 +03:28:15.5 y    
081104 59.1 Supposed optical counterpart not fading. 06:41:57.26 -54:43:11.5 y   n
081102 63 Shallow OT limits. 22:04:41.54 +52:59:40.7 y    
081102B 2.2 15:25 +35:12
081101B 8 14:10 -31:06
081101A 0.2 Short burst in Galactic plane. Possible SGR. 06:23:18 -00:04:55
081029 270 Afterglow with late rebrightening. 23:07:05.36 -68:09:19.74 3.8479 y y   6
081028B 20 1:19, -23:30
081028A 260 New burst with bright afterglow. 08:07:34.73 +02:18:29.1 3.038 y y   2
081025 23 BAT slew survey burst. XRT position unconfirmed. 16:21:28.01 +60:28:32.2      
081024B 0.8 Short burst with LAT detection 21:31:31.03 +21:16:15.8     n 4
081024C 65 09:50 -08:12
081024A 1.8 Short/intermediate burst in Galactic plane 01:51:29.89 +61:19:52.6 y    
081022 160 No slew. 15:06:20.1 +12:24:32.7      
081021 25 13:12 +25:06
081017 320 No Swift slew. 15:20:50.1 -32:47:23.3      
081016B 2.6 Faint burst. Minimal follow-up. 00:58:15.40 -43:31:48.7 y    
081016A 34 INTEGRAL burst. 17:02:16.88 -23:20:08.0 y    
081012 29 No prompt slew. 02:00:48.22 -17:38:18.0 y    
081011 9 No ground follow-up 14:41:22.627 +33:32:37.12 y y  
081009 50 Two separate peaks. 16:44 +17:06
081008 185.5 Bright afterglow. Very bright, luminous host. 18:39:50.0 -57:25:52.0 1.967 y y n 4
081007A 10 Low-redshift Swift XRF. Probable bright host. Radio detection. Supernova (2008hw) 22:39:50.40 -40:08:48.8 0.5295 y y y 1
081007B 0.5 Immediately before 081007A. Unlocalized.
081006B 9 09:40 -57:30
081006 7 9:30 -67:24
081003B 30 INTEGRAL burst. XRT nondetection. 19:00:06.14 +16:41:29.04
081003C 67 18:00 +20:54
081003A 30 17:29:33.63 +16:34:13.5 y    
081001 30 New AGILE burst. Optical counterpart not confirmed. 18:26:21.78 -08:43:08.5 y    
080928 280 Very long burst. Afterglow brightened during first 2000s. 06:20:16.836 -55:11:58.95 1.6919 y y   1
080927 25 03:51 30:00
080925 29 06:24 +18:12
080922 60 INTEGRAL burst; no afterglow. 18:03:21.12 -22:30:32.40 n    
080920 85 08:18 +01:36
080919 0.6 New short burst, near Galactic bulge. 17:40:53.81 -42:22:05.4 y    
080916B 32 Delayed slew; no ground followup. 10:54:39.74 +69:03:56.9 y y  
080916A 60 Relatively low redshift. 22:25:06.19 -57:01:22.8 0.6887 y y  
080916C 66 Very bright GRB. LAT detection above 1 GeV. Ultra-energetic. 07:59:23.32 -56:38:18.0 4.35 y y   12
080915B 3.9 Swift burst; no slew. 14:12:19 -11:28:23      
080915A 14 Swift burst; delayed slew. 01:11:48.48 -76:01:14.2 y    
080913B 140 03:05 -04:36
080913A 8 Faint afterglow. Extremely high-z. "Short" in rest frame. 04:22:54.66 -25:07:46.2 6.7 y y   5
080912 17 01:44 -05:06
080906A 147 Very far south. 15:12:10.65 -80:31:03.2 2.0 y y  
080906B 5 12:22 -08:36
080905B 128 Southerly. Nearby low-redshift galaxy. Inconsistent fluence values. 20:06:57.89 -62:33:47.0 2.3739 y y  
080905C 28 06:28 -69:48
080905A 1 Short burst with faint afterglow. Crowded field. Nearby spiral. 19:10:41.73 -18:52:47.3 y y   2
080904 22 Fermi XRF 14:20 -32:18
080903 66 Faint optical afterglow. 05:47:10.08 +51:15:50.9 y y  
080830 45 10:33 +33:36
080828 25 AGILE burst. Possible X-ray counterpart unconfirmed. 13:18:21.07 -65:56:24.4 y    
080825B 50 B-band dropout; probably high-z. 13:56:48.22 -68:57:18.5 y y  
080825C 22 Fermi burst with possible LAT detection. 15:35:50.39 -4:43:11.99 1
080824 28 08:01 -03:10
080823 46 06:07 -40:36
080822B 64 Weak Swift image trigger. No follow-up. 04:14:14.5 +25:45:35.5      
080822A 0.1 Reawakening flare of previously unknown SGR. 05:01:06.75 +45:16:34.0
080818B 10 06:32 +07:60
080818A 50 03:41 -05:00
080817B 04:51 -11:48
080817A 70 10:05 -19:15
080816B 5 19:14 -06:30
080816A 70 10:28 54:36
080812 15 First GBM-only burst. 11:37 -41:18
080810 106 Extremely energetic. Very bright early afterglow (12th mag). Radio detection. 23:47:10.5 +00:19:10 3.3604 y y y 2
080805 78 Faint afterglow. Possible dust feature in spectrum. 20:56:53.44 -62:26:39.8 1.5042 y y  
080804 34 Southerly GRB, bright afterglow. 21:54:40.2 -53:11:04.6 2.2045 y y  
080802 167 Faint burst; near Galactic center. 18:02:54.46 -32:20:02.2 y    
080727C 79.7 Another Galactic plane burst 02:10:32.36 +64:08:15.2 y    
080727B 8.6 Bright, quickly-fading optical afterglow visible despite extremely large Galactic extinction 18:27:26.05 +01:09:47.7 y y  
080727A 4.9 Faint burst; very deep early optical limit. 13:53:33.81 -18:32:40.2 y    
080726 12 Agile GRB; no follow-up. 01:21:35.50 13:54:46.6      
080725 120 Very near Sun. No slew. 08:06:52 -13:59:23      
080723B 105 Very bright INTEGRAL burst in southern Galactic plane. 11:47:20.03 -60:14:27.9 y   n 2
080723A 17.3 Faint burst in Galactic plane. 18:17:57.74 -06:53:58.4 y    
080721 16.2 Extremely energetic burst with bright afterglow. 14:57:55.855 -11:43:24.54 2.5914 y y n 1
080714 33 Very low Galactic latitude; high extinction, crowded field. 13:32:25.60 -60:16:37.7 y y  
080710 120 Faint burst with very bright late-time afterglow 00:33:05.65 +19:30:05.3 0.8454 y y   2
080707 27.1 Faint afterglow 02:10:28.40 +33:06:34.3 1.2322 y y  
080703 3.4 Burst in South; bright early OT. 06:47:12.7 -63:13:08.6 y y  
080702A 0.5 Short burst near Galactic plane; no OT. 20:52:12.22 +72:18:46.5 y   n
080702B 20 Swift slew survey burst. 23:42:16.29 -05:30:44.7 y    
080701 18 No OT in rapid optical follow-up; faint X-ray afterglow. 03:03:21.32 +75:28:29.3 y    
080625 80 Agile burst; slow follow-up but bright late afterglow. 19:53:37.06 +56:16:40.5 y y  
080623 15.2 Swift burst. Crowded field. 15:50:38.61 -62:02:56.3 y    
080613B 105 Faint afterglow. 11:35:11.50 -07:06:17.4 y    
080613A 30 INTEGRAL burst with afterglow; little followup. 14:13:05.08 +05:10:22.9 y y n
080607 79 Bright high-z burst. Very strong DLA and numerous absorption lines; probable large extinction column. 12:59:47.21 +15:55:10.9 3.0368 y y   6
080605 20 Bright burst with optical afterglow; nearby contaminating stars. 17:28:30.07 +04:00:56.0 1.6403 y y   2
080604 82 Faint afterglow. High-z candidate but spectroscopically not high-z. 15:47:51.70 +20:33:28.1 1.4171 y y n
080603B 60 Bright afterglow. Early light curve plateau. 11:46:07.66 +68:03:39.99 2.6892 y y n 1
080603A 180 INTEGRAL burst. Slow-rising afterglow. Extremely strong MgII absorption. 18:37:38.06 +62:44:39.3 1.6880 y y y 2
080602 74 Minimal ground follow-up. ERO near error circle. 01:16:42.15 -09:13:56.4 1.4? y n  
080524 9 Failed trigger; delayed slew. 17:53:47.7 +80:08:35.0
080523 102 High-z candidate. Very faint optical afterglow. 01:23:11.49 -64:01:51.2 y y n
080521 Slew survey source; unconfirmed X-ray afterglow 12:08:44 +30:34:57
080520 2.8 Probable XRF. Bright host galaxy. 18:40:46.41 -54:59:31.1 1.5457 y y n
080517 64.6 Very long. Compact, dusty probable host galaxy with AGN component. 06:48:58.03 +50:44:07.7 0.089 y    
080516 5.8 Faint afterglow. Nearby star. 08:02:33.96 -26:09:33.6 3.2 y y  
080515 21 XRF. Near Sun. 00:12:39 +32:34:41 2.47 y y  
080514A Low S/N trigger in Galactic plane. Not a GRB. 17:35:20 -35:37:23
080514B 6.3 SuperAGILE/IPN burst with high-energy (>50 MeV) emission. 21:31:22.69 +00:42:28.9 y y   5
080513 30 IPN burst; no afterglow 10:53:08 +28:11:43
080507 30 AGILE burst, near NGC 5969. 15:34:43.39 +56:26:08.28 y y  
080506 150 Bright late-time optical afterglow 21:57:41.83 +38:59:06.4 y y n 3
080503 170 Short-hard burst dominated by extended emission; optical counterpart brightens over first 24 hours. 19:06:28.766 +68:47:35.53 y y   6
080430 16.2 Faint afterglow with prompt detection. 11:01:14.71 +51:41:08.5 0.767 y y n 2
080426 1.7 Probable dark burst. Nearly short. 01:45:59.70 +69:28:06.5 y    
080414 10 INTEGRAL burst; no afterglow 18:08:32.20 -18:49:44.76      
080413B 8 Bright intermediate-duration burst, single peak, bright afterglow. 21:44:34.68 -19:58:52.0 1.1014 y y n 1
080413A 46 Bright burst with bright afterglow. 19:09:11.76 -27:40:40.1 2.4330 y y   1
080411 56 Very bright Swift burst, near Sun. 02:31:55.19 -71:18:07.30 1.0301 y y n
080409 20.2 No ground follow-up 05:37:19.27 +05:05:05.5 y    
080408 20 AGILE burst with afterglow 07:38:39.59 +33:18:14.9   y  
080405 40 Bright Swift + Mars Odyssey burst, low-z galaxy in field. 10:50:23.88 -04:17:18.8 y?    
080330 61 Optical rebrightenings at 5 and 15 minutes. 11:17:04.496 +30:37:23.53 1.5119 y y   5
080328 90.6 Bright GRB in Galactic plane; detected optical afterglow. 05:21:55.87 +47:30:39.4 y y  
080325 128.4 Image trigger. Faint IR afterglow coincident with (massive, dusty?) host. 18:31:34.24 +36:31:24.3 1.78? y y   2
080320 14 Very red afterglow. SDSS galaxy nearby. 11:50:56.427 +57:09:23.90 y y  
080319D 24 Faint afterglow. Possible coincident DSS source; might be spurious. 06:37:53.6 +23:56:34.2 y y  
080319C 34 Bright GRB with erratic early evolution. Bright "host" is an absorber. 17:15:55.49 +55:23:30.6 1.9492 y y  
080319B 50 ``Naked eye'' burst. Extremely energetic. 5th magnitude optical flash. 14:31:40.98 +36:18:08.8 0.9382 y y y 46
080319A 64 Faint optical afterglow. 13:45:20.01 +44:04:48.6 y y   2
080315 64 XRT afterglow candidate does not fade. Probably not a GRB. 10:20:29.8 +41:42:03.6      
080310 365 Bright OT with long plateau and flaring. 14:40:13.80 -00:10:32.1 2.4274 y y   5
080307 125.9 Faint I-band afterglow. High-z BAT candidate but large X-ray NH column. 09:06:30.88 +35:08:19.3 y n   3
080303 67 Numerous early afterglow detections; early rise. UVW2 detection. 07:28:14.14 -70:14:01.7 y y n
080229B 100 Super-AGILE burst in Galactic plane. 13:17:00.37 -64:51:45.2     n
080229A 64 Bright GRB with no OT to deep limits despite bright X-ray afterglow. Near DSS star. 15:12:52.39 -14:42:16.8 y   n
080218B 6.2 Dark XRF. ERO in error circle. 11:51:49.69 -53:05:48.7 y   n
080218A 27.6 Near Sun; no follow-up. 23:43:45.8 12:09:34      
080212 123 Next to DSS star. Very red afterglow with late-time optical/IR flaring. 15:24:35.42 -22:44:28.8 y y n
080211 35 IPN burst. Possible optical afterglow; unconfirmed. 02:55:52 +60:02:07      
080210 45 Slow afterglow decay. 16:45:04.01 +13:49:36.1 2.6419 y y n 1
080207 340 Image trigger. High-z-like light curve but large NH column. Very dark. 13:50:02.93 +07:30:06.7 2.0858 y     2
080205 106.5 Dramatic early flaring. Probable z~4. 06:33:00.62 +62:47:31.98 y y n
080204 4.8 Long, hard IPN burst. 19:02:16 -62:53:44
080130 65 Slew-survey burst. 17:26:27.05 -53:11:13.7 y   n
080129 48 Galactic plane; huge extinction. Very fast early optical flare. 07:01:08.15 -07:50:46.6 4.349 y y   2
080123 115 Southern short burst with extended emission. No optical afterglow. 22:35:46.71 -64:54:04.0 y    
080122 100 IPN burst. Large error box. 12:45:24 +27:00:49      
080121 0.7 Weak short burst; delayed release 09:08:56 +41:50:29      
080120 20 INTEGRAL burst with afterglow 15:01:03.276 -10:52:29.79 y y n
080109 500 X-ray transient detected by XRT in NGC 2770. Evolved into SN2008D. 09:09:30.65 +33:08:20.3 0.006494 25

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