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v 0.6 (BETA)

Greiner
GRB T90 commentsRA Decz XOR refs
091230 120 INTEGRAL burst. 08:51:39.18 -53:53:52.7 y y  
091221 68.5 03:43:11.47 +23:14:28.9 y y  
091208B 14.9 Bright optical afterglow. 01:57:34.09 +16:53:22.82 1.0633 y y   1
091208A 29.1 Galactic plane. No X-ray afterglow. 00:01:10.9 +65:40:47.7 n n  
091202 50 INTEGRAL burst. No early-time detections. Possible late-time afterglow. 09:15:19.75 +62:32:59.0 y    
091130B 112.5 Near Sun. SDSS galaxy near position. 13:32:35.54 +34:05:19.6 y    
091128 97 08:30 01:42
091127 7.1 Bright, soft low-redshift burst. Luminous supernova. 02:26:19.89 -18:57:08.5 0.490 y y n 6
091126B 0.03 03:10 +31:30
091126 0.3 05:33 -19:18
091123 650 Extremely long. 19:48 -29:12
091120 52 Fermi/IPN/MAXI burst. 14:59 -24:48      
091117 0.43 Suzaku/IPN/Swift short burst. Unassociated spiral/AGN in error circle. 02:03:53.36 -16:58:29.1 n n n
091112 17 Swift/Fermi burst near Galactic bulge. No follow-up. 17:11:00.2 -36:43:43.4      
091111 100 Faint INTEGRAL burst. Low Galactic latitude. 09:11:17.59 -45:55:31.0 y    
091109B 0.19 Short burst with faint afterglow. 07:30:56.61 -54:05:22.85 y y  
091109A 48 Faint, fast-fading afterglow. 20:37:01.81 -44:09:29.6 3.076 y y  
091104 99.3 Faint burst, very faint X-ray afterglow. 13:55:01.50 +47:24:37.9 y    
091102 6.6 Southern burst, intrinsically faint. Possible OT not verified. 04:50:27.87 -72:31:10.9 y    
091031 Hard Fermi burst. Faint LAT detection. 04:46:48.00 -57:30:00.00      
091030 17:40:12 +21:32
091029 39.2 Slow early afterglow decay. 04:00:42.58 -55:57:20.0 2.752 y y   1
091026 41.6 Near south pole. No optical afterglow detected. 18:26:17.73 -86:06:40.9 y n  
091024 1200 Extremely long (20 min); late peaks missed by BAT. Low galactic latitude. Bright, well-observed afterglow. 22:36:59.7 +56:53:23.4 1.092 y y   4
091020 34.6 Bright, probably reddened afterglow. 11:42:55.18 +50:58:41.9 1.71 y y y
091018 4.4 Swift XRF. Extensive ground-based observations, X-shooter spectrum. 02:08:44.61 -57:32:53.8 0.971 y y   4
091015 100 Faint, soft INTEGRAL burst. 20:24:31.19 -6:10:11.99      
091010 10 Agile burst. No optical counterpart. Low-z host? 19:54:39.72 -22:31:05.7 y    
091003 21.1 LAT-detected Fermi burst. SDSS host? 16:46:04.687 +36:37:30.76 0.8969 y y  
090929B 360 Very long. RAPTOR detection; no further optical detections. 07:50:52.82 -00:39:27.3 y y  
090929A 8.5 Swift-detected Fermi burst. 03:45:57.9 -05:57:50" n    
090927 2.2 Short/intermediate burst at z=1.37. Hostless? 22:55:53.41 -70:58:49.3 1.37 y y  
090926B 81 MAXI detection. Faint afterglow, blended with underlying host. 03:05:13.94 -39:00:22.2 1.24 y y   1
090926A LAT detection. Bright, sustained late-time optical afterglow. X-shooter redshift. 23:33:36.037 -66:19:26.64 2.1062 y y   10
090925 50 22:13 +14:18
090922A 92 01:08 +74:18
090916 63.4 Short burst with extended emission. No detected afterglow. 08:26:19.6 +25:56:27.3      
090915 8 Ground detection 15:52:04.84 15:29:15.8 y y  
090912 144 No afterglow, little follow-up. 12:32:10.35 +61:29:03.9 y    
090910 62 19:44 +72:18
090904B 47 Bright Swift/Fermi burst; Galactic plane 17:36:44.54 -25:12:46.1 y y  
090904A 122 Faint afterglow. 06:43:32.32 +50:12:11.4 y y  
090902B 21 Extremely bright Fermi burst with LAT detection of separate high-energy spectral component. 17:39:45.35 +27:19:27.1 1.822 y y y 11
090902A 1.2 19:24 53:06
090831C 3.3 Faint burst 07:13:10.66 -25:07:07.7 y    
090831B Probably not a GRB. 00:14:29 +27:58:12
090831A 69.1 09:41:36 +51:24:00      
090829B 100 23:40 -09:22
090829 85 Bright Fermi burst 21:57 +34:11
090828 100 08:18 -26:06
090827 7 Ground-identified; no follow-up. 01:13:48.36 -50:53:46.3 y    
090826 8.5 09:22 -00:06
090823 Swift+IPN burst. Afterglow unconfirmed. 08:34:43.02 +60:39:02.0 y    
090820B 11.2 21:13 -18:36
090820A 30 Bright Fermi burst. 05:51 +27:00 1
090817 220 INTEGRAL burst; afterglow coincident with Galactic star (no host/SN). 04:15:51.78 +44:07:43.4 y    
090815C 0.6 Subthreshold Swift short burst; no slew. 04:17:57.6 -65:56:33.5      
090815B 30 01:26 +53:24
090815A 02:47 -02:00
090814C 0.25 22:10 +58:54
090814B 50 INTEGRAL burst. 04:19:01.81 +60:35:28.4 y    
090814A 80 Relatively faint afterglow. 15:58:26.35 +25:37:52.4 0.696? y y  
090813 8 North pole burst. 15:03:08.48 +88:34:05.5 y y  
090812 66.7 Bright burst. 23:32:48.55 -10:36:17.0 2.452 y y n 1
090809B 15 06:21 +00:08
090809 5.4 Relatively short "long" burst. 21:54:43.19 -00:05:01.83 2.737 y y n
090807B 3 21:48 +07:12
090807 140.8 Limited follow-up. 18:14:58.65 +10:15:55.1 y    
090802B 17:48 -71:46
090802A 0.13 03:24: +37:54
090728 R-band dropout? 01:58:36.64 +41:37:59.4 y y  
090727B 25 22:53:26s -46:42:00
090727 302 Late BAT/XRT flare at 300 sec. Faint afterglow. 21:03:50.64 +64:55:30.8 y y   2
090726 67 Faint burst; bright afterglow 16:34:43.044 +72:53:04.82 2.71 y y   2
090720B 20 13:32 -54:48
090720 7 Fermi+Swift detection. Ground-detected; no rapid notice. 13:34:43.27 -10:20:05.5 y y  
090719 16 22:45 -67:52
090718B 28 18:16 -36:23
090718A 16:10 -6:35
090717B 0.9 16:28 +23:00
090717A 70 05:47 -64:12
090715B 266 Very slow early optical fading. 16:45:21.52 +44:50:20.3 3.00 y y y
090715A 63 Short burst with extended emission. Near Sun; no slew. 10:08:24.5 +10:00:22.4      
090713 113 18:59 -03:20
090712 145 No slew. 04:40:23.2 +22:31:29.4      
090711 100 09:18 -64:42
090709B 27.2 No slew or follow-up. 06:14:05.4 +64:04:51.9      
090709A 89 Very bright burst with faint red afterglow (dark). Quasiperiodic light curve. 19:19:42.64 +60:43:39.3 1.8 y y n 3
090708 15 10:18:31.7 +26:36:58.7      
090706 100 13:40 -47:06
090705 Not a real burst.
090704 70 INTEGRAL+Fermi burst 13:52:49.20 +22:47:23.99      
090703 9 00:03 +09:42
090702 INTEGRAL XRF 11:43:35.28 +11:30:07.8 y    
090701 12 07:39 -42:06
090630 5.1 09:24 -46:36
090628 20.1 Weak burst; limited follow-up. 15:48:12.69 -15:59:04.3 y    
090626 70 11:17 -36:06       1
090625B 13.6 INTEGRAL+Fermi burst 00:09:03.45 -65:46:49.3 y    
090625 51 01:21 -06:24
090623 72.2 20:36 -43:12
090621B 0.14 Short burst, possible weak extended emission. 20:53:53.16 +69:01:41.5 y    
090621D 39.9 00:49 -22:36
090621C 59.9 17:10 -28:28
090621A Very long burst with multiple triggers. No ground follow-up. 00:44:05.54 +61:56:27.5 y    
090620 16.5 15:50 +61:12
090618 113.2 Very bright Swift burst with bright afterglow. 19:35:58.92 +78:21:24.7 0.54 y y y 12
090617 0.45 05:16 +15:42
090616 2.7 06:52 -03:42
090612 58 05:24:18 17:45
090610C 18.1 04:42 +30:18
090610B 202.5 18:24 -42:06
090610A 6.5 05:37 +35:22:24
090608 61 06:41 -37:25
090607 2.3 Possible subthreshold short burst. Delayed GCN notice. 12:44:40.59 +44:06:18.10 y    
090606 60 09:48 -70:30
090602 16 16:36 -65:00
090531B 80 16:48:17.95 -36:02:06.0      
090531A 32 No Swift slew. Early GROND limits. 11:54:41.4 +07:49:27.0      
090530B 194 04:53 +13:47
090530 48 Detected in all UVOT filters. Bright late afterglow. 11:57:40.50 +26:35:38.6 1.266 y y  
090529 100 Delayed optical peak. 14:09:52.56 +24:27:32.2 2.625 y y  
090528B 102 20:49 32:42
090528A 68 09:00 -35:48
090524 72 21:58 +67:24
090522 22 18:31 +19:36
090520D 12 08:45:12 -18:00
090520C 4.9 07:24:48 -19:42
090520B 1.5 22:08 43:12
090520 20 Near Sun; no Swift slew. 00:46:27.1 -08:00:00
090519 64 Moderately high-z; slow early decay. 09:29:07.0 +00:10:49.1 3.85 y y  
090519B 87 07:04 +56:42
090518B 12 14:05 -16:42
090518 6.9 Faint burst; no early optical limits. 07:59:49.08 +00:45:34.0 y    
090516A 210 Long, high-z burst. Long optical plateau. 09:13:02.62 -11:51:15.4 4.109 y y  
090516B 140 08:09 -71:37
090515 0.04 Bright Swift short (soft?) burst, no extended emission. 10:56:36.11 +14:26:30.3 y   n 2
090514 49 00:49 -10:54
090513B 06:36 -72:54
090513 23 17:59 -31:36
090511 14 10:48 +51:18
090510B 7 17:57 -57:56
090510 0.3 Very bright Swift/Fermi short burst with LAT detection. 22:14:12.64 -26:35:02.8 0.903 y y n 21
090509 335 Near full Moon, no Swift follow-up. Very long. 16:05:39.01 -28:23:59.7 n y  
090502 66.2 17:51 -20:18
090429D 11 08:20:48 +06:12
090429C 13 17:26 +55:30
090429B 5.5 Optically dark; faint IR afterglow. Very high-z? 14:02:40.05 +32:10:14.32 9.4 y y   1
090429A 188 No ground follow-up. 06:02:13.86 -52:23:14.2 y    
090427A 15 Very bright IPN burst 15:43:43 -13:29:53      
090427C 12.5 23:45 -34:36
090427B 7 14:00 -45:42
090426C 05:31 -09:40
090426 1.2 High-z "short" burst with bright afterglow? Low neutral column density. 12:36:18.07 +32:59:09.6 2.609 y y   6
090426B 3.8 01:10 -19:12
090425 72 07:44 +69:54
090424 52 Relatively low redshift; SDSS host galaxy. 12:38:05.11 +16:50:15.1 0.544 y y y 2
090423 10.3 Ultra high-z. Most distant confirmed object in universe. 09:55:33.29 +18:08:57.8 8.2 y y   14
090422 8.5 Unconfirmed OT candidate. 19:38:59.87 +40:23:02.7 y    
090419 450 Very long. 13:07:43.13 -75:36:22.4 y    
090418C 0.6 17:31 -28:18
090418A 56 Bright afterglow; extensive ground observations. 17:57:15.18 +33:24:21.1 1.608 y y y
090418B 65 Bright slew survey burst. 15:03:38 +17:13:26      
090417B 260 Extremely long and dark burst at low redshift. Luminous host galaxy. 13:58:46.59 +47:01:05.0 0.345 y     3
090417A 0.07 Short (soft?) burst. Bright galaxy in BAT error circle. No Swift slew. 02:19:58.3 -07:08:28.9     n
090412 0.5 00:01 -48:48
090411B 02:28 +03:15
090411A 24.6 10:37 +68:21
090410 165 Swift burst; no slew. 22:19:49.4 +15:25:08.6      
090409 20 20:08 +01:06
090408B 8 Very bright Konus/IPN burst 02:55:56 +26:36:36
090408A Not a real burst. 15:26:28 +37:33:51
090407 310 Very dark burst. 04:35:55.14 -12:40:45.2 1.4485 y    
090405 1.2 15:07 -05:37
090404 84 Very dark burst with millimeter detection 15:56:57.52 +35:30:57.5 3? y    
090403 16 04:21 +47:06
090401B 183 Bright Swift burst; coincident with DSS source, low Galactic latitude. 06:20:21.11 -08:58:19.5 y y n
090401A Near Sun 23:23:38 +29:46:00      
090330 80 10:37 -07:42
090328B 0.32 10:23 +33:24
090328 80 Fermi LAT-detected burst at low redshift. 06:02:39.67 -41:52:53.8 0.736 y y y 4
090327 24 01:58 -41:36
090324 30 Agile burst. 02:48:09 -48:08:47.59      
090323 150 First LAT detection with spectroscopic redshift. 12:42:50.29 +17:03:11.6 3.57 y y y 5
090320B 52 12:15.3 +57:33
090320A 10 16:10 +51:54
090320C 4 07:13 -43:18
090319 67.7 18:18 -11:24
090315 9 IPN burst with ground-based GeV detection. 09:30:34 -27:33:21
090313 78 Very bright, sustained afterglow. Extremely luminous at late times. 13:13:36.21 +08:05:49.8 3.375 y y y 3
090310 125.2 12:07 -38:42
090309A 3 Faint burst. 18:59:53.82 -25:15:39.6 y    
090309B 2 10:20 +68:06
090308A 48 Faint image trigger. No optical afterglow. 12:14:00.28 -48:49:01.6 y    
090308B 2.11 01:30 +58:05
090307B 30 10:34 -14:36
090307A 22 Faint but real subthreshold GRB. 16:19:58.64 -28:37:59.9 y    
090306B 20.4 BATSS+INTEGRAL burst. XRT afterglow not confirmed. 15:24:49.99 -06:58:05.6 y    
090306C 09:00 +51:36
090305C 1 IPN short burst. 02:16:45 -22:50:23
090305 0.4 Swift short burst. Possible X-ray afterglow very faint. Faint optical afterglow in crowded field. 16:07:07.61 -31:33:21.9 y y  
090305B 2 10:20 +68:06
090304 16:25 -80:54
090303 14:54:47.99 -68:12:00.00
090301B 28 23:21 +09:00
090301A 41 Bright Swift burst; no slew or followup. 22:32:34.2 +26:38:19.0      
090228B 7.23 23:44 +36:10
090228A 0.8 07:07 -24:18
090227B 0.9 Bright, hard Fermi short burst. 11:48:36 +32:10:12 2
090227A 50 00:13 -43:06
090222 18 08:01 +43:24
090219 0.5 01:05:36 +60:12
090217 32.8 LAT detection. 13:39:36.00 -8:24:00.00       2
090213 21:48 -53:30
090207 10 16:19 36:49
090206 0.8 Fermi/INTEGRAL burst 10:29 +14:30
090205 8.8 Very high redshift. 14:43:38.65 -27:51:10.7 4.6497 y y n 2
090202 66 17:56 -02:30
090201 83 Very bright Swift burst with faint afterglow: candidate afterglow not confirmed. 06:08:12.48 -46:35:24.2 y   n
090131 Bright Fermi burst 23:32 16:26
090129 17.5 No slew. 17:56:25.1 -32:47:34.8      
090126C 1 14:52 +39:12
090126B 19:42 +33:12
090126A Agile burst. 00:14:38.06 +81:22:24.3
090123 131 Detected in all UVOT filters. Early optical peak not seen in X-ray. 00:27:08.73 -23:30:04.1 y y  
090118 BAT slew survey burst. 03:19:18.66 +18:24:54.6 y    
090117A 21 Soft GRB in Galactic plane. 10:56:10.66 -58:14:00.8 y   n
090117C 07:50 -40:18
090117B 27 15:32 27:36
090113 9.1 No optical afterglow, possible dark burst. 02:08:13.74 +33:25:42.7 1.7493 y    
090112B 12 12:51 +22:12
090112A 65 07:27 -30:17
090111 24.8 Swift burst; no ground follow-up. 16:46:42.18 +00:04:38.5 y     1
090109 5 08:11 +54:48
090108B 0.8 00:15 -32:12
090108A 0.9 17:32 +52:28
090107B 20 Bright INTEGRAL burst due north of Sun. 18:59:16.13 +59:35:43.0      
090107A 12.2 Swift burst near Sun; no slew or followup. 20:09:38.2 +04:44:37.9      
090102 Bright afterglow. HST follow-up. Polarized afterglow. 08:32:58.54 +33:06:51.1 1.547 y y n 6

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