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v 0.6 (BETA)

Greiner
GRB T90 commentsRA Decz XOR refs
101225A 1088 Extremely long, soft burst with blue long-lasting OT. 00:00:47.5 +44:36:02.4 0.847 y y   7
101224A 0.2 Short burst or possible Galactic transient. 19:03:41.91 +45:42:48.5 y   n
101219B 34 Low-redshift burst with bright host and SN? 00:48:55.35 -34:33:59.5 0.5519 y y y? 1
101219A 0.6 New short burst. Deep early afterglow limits. 04:58:20.43 -02:32:23.0 0.718 y    
101213A 135 Very large X-ray N_H column; probable low redshift. 16:05:15.29 +21:53:49.1 y    
101204A 10 Ground-detected. Bright optical afterglow. 11:10:08.84 -20:25:12.5 y y  
101201A 79 Ground-detected BAT burst. Bright optical afterglow. 00:07:52.19 -16:11:05.42 y y  
101130A 6 04:07:12.73 -16:45:33.09
101129A 0.35 Subthreshold BAT short burst; no afterglow; Konus/Suzaku detections 10:23:41 -17:38:42      
101123A 105 Bright Fermi burst with IPN triangulation. 08:45:32 +05:33:47
101117B 5.2 UVOT detection, no other early followup. 11:32:00.54 -72:39:45.9 y y  
101117A 32 MAXI XRF. No optical detection at 22 hours. 05:58:31 -02:17:59
101114A 10 Detected in ground analysis; no early followup. 20:12:50.68 +14:01:57.6 y    
101112A 10 INTEGRAL burst with GBM detection, possible radio afterglow. 19:28:54.87 +39:21:11.1 y y y?
101030A 92 Unconfirmed GROND afterglow. 11:05:31.65 -16:22:41.8 y y  
101024A 18.7 Soft, southern Swift+Fermi burst. Faint afterglow. 04:26:01.73 -77:15:55.9 y y   1
101023A 80.8 Swift+Fermi detections. Red afterglow. Nearby bright star. 21:11:51.34 -65:23:16.9 y y   4
101020A 175 Swift burst; no slew. 12:38:25.8 +23:07:44.1       1
101017A 70 Faint afterglow detected by UVOT only. 19:25:32.54 -35:08:42.5 y    
101014A 450 Fermi burst with LAT detection; no localization or afterglow followup. 01:47 -51:00
101011A 71.5 Swift+Fermi. Marginal UVOT afterglow detection 03:13:10.77 -65:58:54.0 y y  
101008A 104 Swift+Fermi. Faint optical afterglow. Low Galactic latitude. 21:55:30.05 +37:04:01.7 y y  
100928A 3.3 Near Sun; no slew or follow-up. 14:52:09.0 -28:32:32.5      
100925A Burst from Galactic X-ray binary. 16:59:01.68 -15:15:28.4 1
100924A 96 Limited followup due to nearby Moon. 00:02:42.26 +07:00:02.8 y y  
100917A 66 Faint burst; Moon constrained, minimal followup. 19:17:00.1 -17:07:12.1      
100916A 20 10:08 -59:23
100915B 7.8 INTEGRAL+Fermi burst; no afterglow 05:41:34.65 +25:05:41.63 n    
100915A 200 Weak burst. No OT in early observations. 21:02:46.66 +65:40:22.9 y    
100910A 14.6 15:52:24 -34:37
100909A INTEGRAL burst with faint afterglow. 04:55:47.71 +54:39:28.3 y y  
100906A 114.4 Bright multicolor afterglow; also detected by Fermi. 01:54:44.11 +55:37:49.6 1.727 y y   2
100905A 3.4 IR afterglow detections only; possible dropout? 02:06:12.06 +14:55:45.5 y     1
100904A 31.3 No Swift repointing. 11:31:41 -16:12:31      
100902A 428.8 Afterglow detected in IR only; high-redshift candidate from XRT/BAT obs. 03:14:30.96 +30:58:44.8 y y   1
100901A 439 Very long burst; dramatic optical rebrightening; bright and sustained late-time afterglow. 01:49:03.42 +22:45:30.8 1.408 y y   3
100823A 16.9 Faint afterglow? 01:22:48.97 +05:50:03.4 y    
100816A 2.9 Short? Intermediate? UVOT afterglow. 23:26:57.56 26:34:42.9 0.804 y y   2
100814A 174.5 Prominent optical rebrightening/plateau. 01:29:53.61 -17:59:43.6 1.44 y y y 4
100807A 7.9 03:41:12.16 +67:40:17.5 y    
100805A 15 19:59:30.52 +52:37:40.3 y y  
100802A 487 Possible weak, very fast-fading UVOT afterglow not seen in subsequent ground followup. 00:09:52.47: +47:45:19.1 y y  
100728B 12.1 Early afterglow detections. 02:56:13.48 +00:16:51.8 2.106 y y  
100728A 198.5 Very bright Swift burst; many X-ray flares. Faint IR-only afterglow (dust-reddened). 05:55:02.01 -15:15:20.4 1.567 y y   4
100727A 10:16:42.68 -21:23:25.9 y    
100725B 200 Early optical limits. 19:20:08.26 +76:57:23.1 y    
100725A 141 11:05:55.58 -26:40:12.6 y    
100724A 1.4 Short/intermediate? 12:58:10.4 -11:06:09 1.288 y y  
100724B 111.6 Extremely bright. Fermi-LAT and Agile detections. Cutoff prompt spectrum? 08:00:09.6 76:44:24       3
100719A 36 07:29:16.6 -05:51:24.4      
100713A 20 17:00:48.32 +28:23:39.8 y    
100707 82 LAT-detected. 23:52:05 -08:39:29
100704A 197.5 Limited follow-up. z~4 from Swift XRT? 08:54:33.98 -24:12:10.0 y    
100702A 0.16 Short burst, near star. 16:22:47.26 -56:31:53.8 y    
100701B 02:52:26 -02:13:25
100701A 30 12:35:26 -34:15:39
100628A 0.04 Short burst. X-ray afterglow not confirmed; red galaxy in error circle. 15:03:53.57 -31:39:49.4      
100625A 0.33 Short burst. Faint galaxy in error circle. 01:03:10.98 -39:05:18.3" y    
100621A 63.6 Extremely dusty, bright, low-redshift burst. Large optical flare. Bright host. 21:01:13.08 -51:06:22.5 0.542 y y   3
100619A 97.5 Giant X-ray flare. Near sun; no ground follow-up. 05:38:29.61 -27:00:22.0 y    
100616A 28 MAXI XRF 03:28:52.79 -41:08:42.00
100615A 39 Early, deep NIR limit (dark). Likely very dust-extinguished. 11:48:49.31 -19:28:51.8 1.398 y     3
100614A 225 NIR-dark. Probably dust-extinguished. 17:33:59.91 +49:14:04.1 y     2
100606A 480 Southerly; deep optical limits (dark). 23:22:30.49 -66:14:29.1 y    
100528A 24.6 SuperAGILE burst with bright afterglow. 20:44:33.92 +27:48:23.8 y y  
100526B 64 Very faint burst. 00:02:56.59 -37:54:49.3 y    
100526A 102 Extremely reddened afterglow. 15:23:04.48 +25:37:55.23 y y  
100522A 35.3 00:27:56.79 +09:24:05.9 y    
100518A 30 INTEGRAL burst with afterglow. 20:19:09.38 -24:33:15.9 4.0 y y  
100514A 26.2 Faint afterglow. 21:55:17.46 +29:09:36.13 y    
100513A 84 Moderately high redshift. 11:18:26.71 +03:37:40.4 4.8 y y  
100511A 38 Fermi burst. (Non-astrophysical Swift trigger occurred same day.) 07:17:12 -04:39
100510A 31 MAXI/GBM burst 23:40 -18:52      
100508A 52 Nearby galaxy. 05:04:58.99 -20:42:41.1 y y  
100504A 97.3 No detected afterglow (possibly dark) 17:02:17.13 -35:35:14.7 y    
100503A 129.5 09:50 04:00
100427A 24 Ground-detected; no afterglow found. 05:56:41.1 -03:27:40      
100425A 37 Typical burst. X-shooter spectrum. 19:56:47.18 -26:25:50.6 1.755 y y  
100424A 104 Very dark. Extremely fast-fading X-ray afterglow. 13:57:47.43 +01:32:18.9 2.465 y y n
100423B 21.6 07:58 +05:46
100423C Trigger 420256. Probably not astrophysical. 18:07:22 +27:10:18
100423A 100 Precursor. Early follow-up from GROND and PROMPT. 09:05:50.22 +21:29:54.3   y  
100420A 48 Faint IR-only afterglow. 19:44:30.57 +55:46:10.0 y    
100418A 7 Relatively low redshift. SDSS host. Long optical plateau followed by sharp break. 17:05:27.09 11:27:42.3 0.6235 y y y 7
100415A MAXI GRB. 00:30:48 -16:27:36      
100414A 26.4 LAT-detected. 12:48:26.96 +08:41:34.91 1.368 y y y 2
100413A 191 Probable dark burst. Radio detection. Suggestion of high-z from XRT 17:44:53.16 +15:50:03.2 y n n
100413B Very faint, no early followup. 23:47:18.3 +51:16:13.4 n    
100401A Swift (ground)+Fermi burst, possibly short with extended emission. 19:23:15.5 -08:15:25 n    
100331B 30 Agile burst; no high-energy detection. Afterglow not confirmed. 20:12:05.17 -11:06:30.0 ? n  
100331A 15 INTEGRAL burst; probable galactic transient. 17:24:18.61 -58:56:52.0   ?  
100325A 8.3 LAT detection. 22:00:57.60 -26:28:11.99      
100324B 15 Bright IPN burst. 02:38:41.27 -19:17:13.19
100324A 6 Very faint, detected in ground analysis. 06:34:26.8 -09:44:6.4   n  
100322B 1.5 Very faint, detected in ground analysis. Galactic plane. 05:05:57.4 +42:41:07      
100322A 37 23:20 -10:13
100319A 0.01 Flare from new SGR. 18:33:44.45 -08:31:07.7
100316D 240 Extremely long/soft. Very low redshift; supernova counterpart (SN 2010bh). 07:10:30.34 -56:15:16.7 0.059 y y   12
100316C 9.3 02:09:08.78 -67:59:27.5 y    
100316B 3.8 10:53:57.15 -45:28:21.6 1.180 y y  
100316A 7 16:47:54.67 +71:49:36.3 3.155 y y   2
100315A MAXI XRF. 04:59:48 -06:37:48
100305A 69.7 Deep early photometry; no clear afterglow (dark) but faint OT/host candidate. 11:13:28.07 +42:24:14.3 y y  
100302A 17.9 Image trigger. High redshift. 13:02:03.70 +74:35:24.5 4.813 y y  
100225A 13 Weak LAT detection. 20:41:12.00 -59:23:59.99      
100219A 18.8 High redshift burst with nearby low-z galaxy. 10:16:48.46 -12:34:00.2 4.6667 y y   3
100218A 30.8 13:46 -11:54
100216A 0.3 Short burst, low-z galaxy in BAT error circle. 10:17:03.2 +35:31:27.5      
100213B 48 Dark? 08:17:07.74 +43:26:51.8 y y  
100213A 2.4 Short/intermediate duration. 23:17:33.95 +43:22:44.3 y    
100212A 136 Strong early X-ray flaring. 23:45:40.35 +49:29:39.8 y y  
100206A 0.12 Short GRB positionally near z=0.41 ULIRG. 03:08:38.94 13:09:25.5 y     2
100205B 13.6 08:55 23:00
100205A 26 Extremely dark burst. Red afterglow in IR only. 09:25:33.02 +31:44:25.0 y y  
100203A Faint ground-triggered burst in Galactic plane 06:24:54 04:47:33      
100131A 6.2 08:02 16:29
100130B 90 05:10 +20:21
100130A 106 01:19 -25:12
100122A 6.6 05:16:48 -02:42:00
100119A 23.8 No follow-up. 19:57:14.0 -53:08:56.7      
100117A 0.3 Short burst. Afterglow near faint archival object. 00:45:04.63 -01:35:44.7 y y   1
100116A 110 LAT-detected; no afterglow observations. Two widely separated peaks. 20:20:04.8 14:27:00       1
100115A Ground-detected Swift burst. Possible bright host. 00:13:28.05 -00:49:32.4 y y  
100111A 12.9 UV detection. Limited ground follow-up. 16:28:11.60 +15:33:02.3 y y  
100103A 50 Possibly dark INTEGRAL burst. 07:29:29.46 -34:29:24.9 y    

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