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v 0.6 (BETA)

Greiner
GRB T90 commentsRA Decz XOR refs
111229A 25.4 Far south. 05:05:08.86 -84:42:39.1 1.3805
111228A 101.2 Fermi/Swift burst. Soft spectrum, moderately low redshift, extensive optical followup. SDSS/UVOT host. 10:00:16.01 +18:17:51.8 0.716
111225A 106.8 Many early detections. Fast-fading late-time afterglow. 00:52:37.22 +51:34:19.5 0.297
111222A 1 IPN short burst with XRT afterglow. 11:56:52.74 +69:04:16.2
111215B IPN burst, probable XRT afterglow. 14:49:35.86 +16:27:14.8
111215A 796 Ultra-long with possible MAXI precursor emission. Very dark. Bright radio/mm afterglow. 23:18:13.310 +32:29:39.18
111212A 60 Little ground follow-up. 20:41:43.52 -68:36:45.0
111211A 15 Agile GRB with afterglow. 10:12:21.7 11:12:30 0.478
111210A 2.52 Intermediate-duration. SDSS host? 12:45:54.44 -07:09:57.4
111209A 1400 Ultra-long. Bright flaring optical X-ray afterglow. 00:57:22.78 -46:48:04.2 0.677
111208A 20 Ground-analysis burst. Fast-fading XRT light curve. 19:20:53.84 +40:40:34.2
111207A 3 Found in BAT ground analysis, no followup noted. 06:11:41.7 -39:30:16
111205A 85 Very bright IPN burst. 08:58:43.03 -31:56:35.8
111204A 48 Dark burst. No excess N_H. 22:26:30.84 -31:22:29.3
111201A 20 GRB with X-ray afterglow found in ground analysis 12:41:54.48 +32:59:16.5
111129A 7.6 20:29:44.15 -52:42:46.5
111126A 0.8 Swift short burst found in ground analysis. 18:24:13.6 +51:27:38
111123A 290 Very long. Faint afterglow (possibly dark?), bright high-z host galaxy. 10:19:23.14 -20:38:41.0 3.1516
111121A 119 Short burst with extended emission. Nearby bright star. 10:19:02.73 -46:40:14.3
111117A 0.47 Bright short burst with Chandra and optical detections. 00:50:46.257 +23:00:40.01
111111A Extremely soft. 01:59:40 -74:06:50
111107A 26.6 Submm and radio limits. 08:37:54.66 -66:31:12.3 2.893
111103B 167 Galactic plane 17:42:46.37 +01:36:36.3
111103A 11.6 No slew or follow-up. 21:48:26.7 -10:31:54.3
111029A 7.6 Extensive ground followup with no detection; Galactic plane. 02:59:08.10 +0:00:00.00
111026A 3.62 Intermediate duration; sun-constrained. Galactic plane. 16:17:01.5 -47:26:05.1
111024A MAXI burst, no follow-up. 14:48:42 +25:50:40
111022B 79.1 Red afterglow, minimal excess N_H (high-z?) 07:15:51.53 +49:41:01.18
111022A 24.7 Limited follow-up, no optical detection. 18:23:27.55 -23:40:23.7
111020A 0.4 Short burst, Chandra observation. No transient optical/radio emission. 19:08:12.502 -38:00:42.58
111018A 36 Galactic plane. 18:05:57.25 -03:54:26.2
111017A 11 Fermi event, no afterglow observations. 00:32:24 -07:36:00
111016B 150 Bright IPN burst 19:22:00 -04:34:39
111016A 550 Very long. Blue afterglow? 10:15:20.23 +27:27:44.0
111008A 63.46 High redshift. 04:01:48.24: -32:42:33.4 4.9898
111005A 26 Probably very low redshift, but minimal followup (except radio) due to Sun proximity. 14:53:07.78 -19:44:12.2 0.01326?
110928A 26.7 No afterglow detection in early opt/IR observations (dark) 17:10:55.91 +36:32:08.5
110924A noise - not a real burst.
110921A 48 Faint afterglow seen only in first few minutes. 19:36:23.478 +36:19:43.38
110918A 22 Ultra-bright, ultra-energetic IPN burst, extensive afterglow follow-up. Brightest-ever Konus burst. 02:10:09.39 -27:06:19.6 0.982
110915B 18 Agile GRB with XRT/optical counterpart. 05:10:13.14 +01:55:59.1
110915A 78.76 No afterglow detection in any early, deep observations. Extremely dark. 20:43:17.87 -00:43:23.2
110906A 94 Possible BAT slew burst, not confirmed. 19:47:33.9 -26:12:32
110905A 1560 MAXI transient detected by Swift. 18:35:43.44 -19:19:10.5
110903A 339.9 Very long INTEGRAL(+Fermi, others) burst; unconfirmed XRT afterglow. 13:08:14.73 +58:59:06.71
110827A 8.5 Swift burst (near Sun, no follow-up) 10:56:14.2 +53:49:01.2
110825A 62.5 IPN/Fermi burst, followed by Swift and ground. Optical/X-ray transient in error box but not afterglow-like. 02:59:35.1 +15:24:25
110820B 200 Extremely bright IPN burst. 10:30:20 -54:56:16
110820A 256 Faint burst; dark in early observations. 22:52:46.14 +70:17:54.5
110818A 103 X-shooter spectrum, no other follow-up. 21:09:21.046 -63:58:52.3 3.36
110815A 13 Bright IPN burst. 05:41:11.2 32:26:31
110812A 30 Agile burst; no follow-up. 23:53:38.15 +72:12:23.32
110808B 0.5 Bright IPN short burst. 17:44:43.4 -37:44:47
110808A 48 Bright emission lines. 03:49:04.28 -44:11:40.3 1.348
110807A 0.03 Probably flaring from a new SGR. 18:34:52.20 -08:45:57.5
110802A 0.6 Short/hard IPN burst. 02:57:49s +32:35:34
110801A 385 Very long. Far north. Early optical detections. 05:57:44.65 +80:57:22.2 1.858
110731A 38.8 Swift burst with LAT detection. 18:42:00.99 -28:32:13.8 2.83
110726A 5.2 Faint, soft burst. Fast early decay. 19:06:52.06 +56:04:16.6 1.036?
110721A 24.45 Fermi burst, LAT detection. Afterglow candidate likely not related. 22:13:35.99 -39:00:00.00
110719A 41 No deep optical limits. 01:38:19.40 +34:35:10.2
110715A 13 Bright low-z Swift burst. Submm and radio detections. 15:50:44.09 -46:14:06.53 0.82
110709B 846 Bright burst with 2 episodes separated by 11 minutes. No optical detection to deep limits, bright radio afterglow (dark). 10:58:37.114 -23:27:16.760
110709A 44.7 Bright GRB, no optical/radio detections. 15:55:33.95 +40:55:27.4
110708B 60 11:21:32 -50:34:09
110708A 50 Crowded field. Faint X-ray / optical afterglow not confirmed. 22:40:26.82 +53:57:42.5
110705A 0.2 Fermi/IPN burst. 10:42 +24:00
110625A 44.5 Very bright; LAT-detected. Galactic plane. 19:06:55.65 +06:45:13.9
110618A Very bright IPN burst. 01:47:14 -71:41:16
110610A 46.4 Limited optical follow-up. 20:32:42.97 +74:49:31.2
110604A 27 IPN burst, followed by Swift. 18:03:26.12 +18:23:58.6
110530A 19.6 Faint OT. 18:48:16.40 +61:55:44.9
110529A 0.41 Fermi short burst with possible LAT emission. 07:53 +67:54
110521A 13.8 Faint burst, no optical detection to deep limits. 08:00:31.90 +45:49:35.7
110520A 15.7 No optical detections (probably dark) 08:57:21.78 +56:25:38.5
110519A 27.2 Swift burst near Galactic center, no slew. 17:26:33.0 -23:25:32.2
110518A 35 Konus/IPN burst. 04:28:43 -34:11:43
110503A 10 Bright, well-observed GRB. 08:51:06.24 +52:12:27.5 1.613
110428A LAT-detected burst in Galactic plane. 00:22:22.22 +64:50:57.1
110426A 328 Long Fermi+MAXI burst. No afterglow detection. 14:40 -8:43
110422 25.9 Bright burst. 07:28:11.06 +75:06:25.00 1.770
110420B 0.08 Short burst. No afterglow identified. 21:20:10.9 -41:16:38.0
110420A 11.8 Soft burst; limited ground follow-up. 00:08:39.27 -37:53:11.9
110414A 152 06:31:29.37 +24:21:45.9
110412A 23.4 Near moon; no Swift slew. 08:53:57.9 +13:29:15.4
110411A 80.3 Soft burst. OT unconfirmed. Large X-ray column. 19:25:45.65 +67:42:39.1
110407A 145 Faint optical counterpart. 12:24:07.534 +15:42:46.63
110406A 8 Very bright INTEGRAL/IPN short/intermediate burst. SGR flare from NGC 404? 01:09:21.59 +35:48:32.39
110402A 60.9 Possibly a short burst with extended emission? Bright host candidate. 13:09:36.64 +61:15:09.7
110328A Erratic nonfading X-ray light curve. Coincident with nucleus of faint, low-redshift host: tidal-disruption event? 16:44:49.9313 +57:34:59.6895 0.354
110328B 120 Bright Fermi GRB with LAT detection; no afterglow. 07:50:24 43:12:00
110319B 14.5 Fermi burst found in BAT ground analysis 21:44:22.77 -56:46:56.5
110319A Faint UVOT AG, no ground follow-up. 23:46:00.69 -66:00:40.4
110315A 77 Early deep limit, but significant foreground extinction. 18:36:46.87 +17:32:20.4
110312A 28.7 No OT detected to moderately deep/early limits. 10:29:55.47 -05:15:45.4
110305A 12 Faint afterglow at all wavelengths in crowded field. 17:23:31.3 -15:48:08.8
110301A 5 Fermi burst. 15:17:24 29:24:00
110223B 54 Crowded field. 10:00:55.98 -68:18:06.0
110223A 7 Faint X-ray afterglow; no OT. 23:03:24.85 +87:33:27.6
110213B MAXI GRB with X-ray/optical afterglow and redshift. 02:47:01.41 +01:08:46.3 1.083
110213A 48 Bright, long-lived afterglow; extensive early optical follow-up. Possible XRT jet break. 02:51:51.43 +49:16:23.3 1.46
110212A 3.3 Soft spectrum. No OT in rapid observations; no early Swift slew. 04:36:06.0 +43:42:56.2
110210A 233 Shallow optical follow-up. 00:52:13.58s +0:00:00.00
110208A 37.4 Faint afterglow; little follow-up. 01:29:50.86 -20:35:33.5
110207A 80.3 No rapid XRT observations, no afterglow detected. 00:50:09.5 -10:47:23.8
110206A 20 INTEGRAL burst. 06:09:25.28 -58:48:26.99
110205A 257 Very bright and luminous afterglow with huge flare. 10:58:31.12 +67:31:31.2 2.22
110201A 13 Extremely far north. 09:10:19.25 +88:36:19.3
110128A 30.7 Faint but well-observed optical counterpart. 12:55:35.10 +28:03:54.1 2.339
110123A 17.9 Bright Fermi GRB. 17:40 +28:02
110120A 27 Bright Fermi burst with LAT detection. 04:06:24 -12:00:00
110119A 208 UV/IR detections. 23:14:20.61 +05:59:10.5
110112B 0.26 Short INTEGRAL+Fermi burst. No afterglow found. 00:42:23.76 +64:24:21.60
110112A 0.5 Short burst. Possible OT (+host), not confirmed. 21:59:43.77 +26:27:22.9
110107A 100 Fermi burst; detected by but did not trigger Swift. 19:59:38.20 +41:54:50.3
110106B 24.8 Very faint i-band afterglow in early observations. 08:56:37.267 +47:00:10.49 0.618?
110106A 4.3 Deep limits on an optical/IR afterglow; also X-ray faint. Nearby low-z galaxy. 05:17:13.39 +64:10:24.6
110102A 264 Bright burst. 16:23:31.41 +07:36:49.8

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