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v 0.6 (BETA)

Greiner
GRB T90 commentsRA Decz XOR refs
121229A 100 12:40:24.29 -50:35:39.48 2.707 y y  
121226A 1 Short GRB with afterglow, host. 11:14:34.12 -30:24:22.89 y   y
121225B 58.5 LAT detection; no afterglow. 20:35:39 -34:21:18      
121225A 33 MAXI burst; no follow-up. 17:39:27 -66:04:16      
121217A 778 Very long. 10:14:50.407 -62:21:03.53 3 y y   2
121212A 6.8 Faint OT. 11:51:10.30 +78:02:14.3 y y  
121211A 182 Early observations, UV-to-IR detections. 13:02:07.99 +30:08:54.6 1.023 y y  
121209A 20.1 Nonfading OT (dark, possible luminous host). No mm/radio detections. 21:47:08.92 -08:14:07.2 y y  
121202A 20.1 17:07:11.21 +23:56:53.0 y    
121201A 85 00:53:52.17 -42:56:34.4 3.385 y y  
121128A 7.52 20:02:24.01 +54:17:59.2 2.20 y y  
121127A 0.25 IPN burst 11:45:45 -52:24:52
121125A 52.2 15:14:06.54 +55:18:48.0 y    
121123A 317 Very long burst with slow-fading optical afterglow. 20:29:16.289 -11:51:35.87 y y  
121118A IPN burst 19:57:31 +65:39:16      
121118B 50 IPN burst 11:26:49 -03:03:31      
121117A 30 02:06:26.58 07:25:10.2 y y  
121108A 89 Possibly dark. 05:32:46.70 +54:28:24.4 y    
121102A 24.7 Swift/INTEGRAL burst. No ground follow-up. 18:03:36.24 -16:57:28.4 y    
121031A 226 Double burst. No ground follow-up. 11:23:4.85 -03:31:01.3 y    
121029A 16 Fermi burst 15:07 -28:12
121028A 3.8 Faint burst, deep NIR limit. 18:07:35.87 -02:17:36.9 y    
121027A 62.6 Strong optical rebrightening at 1.5 days after burst. 04:14:23.44 -58:49:47.4 1.773 y y   3
121025A 20 MAXI burst with XRT afterglow. 16:33:31.64 27:40:18.8 y    
121024A 69 Well-observed Swift burst. 04:41:53.30 -12:17:26.5 2.298 y y   1
121017A 4.2 No optical detection in early observations. 19:15:19.21 -01:36:16.1 y    
121014A 80 Swift burst near Sun, no followup. 11:06:34.7 -29:06:18.3      
121012A 0.45 Fermi short burst 02:14 14:24
121011B 0.35 12:11:14 +44:06:47
121011A 75.6 Swift burst with weak LAT detection. Moderately bright, long-lived optical afterglow. 17:20:51.22 +41:06:37.4 2? y y  
121001A 147 GRB in plane. 18:24:07.84 -05:39:55.30 y y  
120927A 43 No optical detections in limited ground follow-up. 09:06:27.30 +00:24:58.3 y    
120923A 27.2 Probable high-redshift burst. 20:15:10.78 +06:13:16.3 8 y y n
120922A 173 Soft burst or XRF. 15:38:59.64 -20:10:54.2 3.1 y y  
120921A 6 Fermi's 1000th burst. 06:26 -64:48
120919A 22.5 Fermi burst, no counterpart. 14:19:21.83 -45:33:43.0      
120919B 140 IPN burst. 20:10:32 -37:29:25      
120918A 25.1 Swift burst near Sun; no followup. 12:04:10.1 -32:45:43.5      
120916A 53 Fermi/LAT burst. No followup. 13:43:14.39 +36:39:35.99      
120913B 126 Bright Swift burst with bright afterglow. 14:14:38.57 -14:30:55.8   y  
120913A 30.1 Swift/Fermi burst near Sun, no followup. 09:45:36.1 +26:57:32.4      
120911A 17.8 Possibly dark; unconfirmed afterglow candidate. 23:51:55.02 +63:05:55.6 y    
120911B 69 IPN burst. No Fermi trigger but LAT detected. 11:28:07.20 -37:30:35.99      
120909A 112 Very long. 18:22:56.72 -59:26:54.1 3.93 y y  
120908A 66 MAXI/Fermi burst. Fermi trigger precedes MAXI by 4 min. No counterpart. 15:22:32 -25:47:42 n    
120907A 16.9 Low-z; early optical followup and UVOT detections. 04:59:00.00 -09:18:54.0 0.970 y y  
120821A 12 INTEGRAL burst in Galactic plane. 17:01:01.83 -40:30:49.1      
120819A 71 Faint, unreddened afterglow. 15:43:37.84 -07:18:32.9 y y  
120817A 28.2 Optical counterpart not confirmed 16:42:45.92 -38:21:12.4 y y?  
120817B 0.19 IPN/Fermi/BAT-ground short burst. Deep early optical nondetection. No afterglow. 00:33:14.4 -26:25:42   n  
120816B 0.8 Very intense IPN/Konus short-hard burst. 22:30 +00:00      
120816A 7.6 18:48:34.5 -06:56:16.4 y y  
120815A 9.7 Early observations. Spectrum with molecular lines. 18:15:49.82 -52:07:52.1 2.358 y y   2
120811C 26.8 Swift/Fermi burst. Soft, well-observed. 13:18:43.81 +62:18:02.7 2.671 y y  
120811A 166 Faint burst. 17:08:39.70 -22:42:39.7 y    
120811B 0.45 Fermi/IPN short-hard burst 02:54:38 -31:40:29 y    
120807A 20 Swift/Fermi(?) burst. No optical counterpart detected. 16:05:02.43 -47:28:46.8 y    
120805A 48 Faint optical counterpart in early observations. Possible bright hosts. 14:26:09.12 +05:49:31.7 y y  
120804A 8.22 Short GRB in apparent ULIRG. 15:35:47.49 -28:46:56.7 y y? y? 1
120803B 37.5 FTN afterglow not confirmed. Galactic plane. 20:56:56.46 +53:18:14.4 y y?  
120803A 10 Weak burst. Faint X-ray afterglow. 17:58:03.36 -06:45:46.2 y    
120802A 50 Moderately high-z. Faint afterglow with no submm/radio detection. 02:59:22.35 +13:46:07.2 3.796 y y? n
120729A 71.5 Bright afterglow; early observations. 00:52:17.83 +49:56:23.1 0.80 y y n 1
120728A 22.06 Crowded Galactic field. 09:08:22.65 -54:26:15.1 y y  
120728B 105 Bright IPN+Fermi burst. 06:55:05 -45:53:36
120727A Possible very long LAT GRB or Galactic transient. 16:43:26.40 -45:58:11.99
120724A 72.8 16:20:43.35 +03:30:27.8 1.48 y y  
120722A 42.4 Bright host. 15:21:59.184 +13:15:04.68 0.9586 y y  
120716A 230 IPN burst with long prompt quiescent period. OT identified by PTF. 20:52:12.10 +09:35:53.7 2.48 y y  
120714B 159 Low probable redshift. 23:41:38.1 -46:11:02 0.3984 y y  
120714A 16.2 11:11:55.91 -30:37:37.8 y    
120712A 14.7 DLA at z~4; still detected with UVOT. 11:18:21.23 -20:02:01.8 4.1745 y y  
120711B 60 Probably a Galactic source. 22:06:45.93 +60:01:21.6 y    
120711A 44 INTEGRAL/MAXI/Fermi/LAT burst with possible extended X-ray emission. Very bright OT, possible reverse shock. 06:18:42.839 -70:59:56.78 1.405 y y   3
120709A 30 Fermi burst, LAT detection. No optical counterpart reported. 21:12:41.47 -49:58:22.7      
120707A 50 Bright Fermi burst, no afterglow localization. 19:27:30 -32:46:12
120703A 25.2 Bright Swift/Fermi burst. 22:37:25.61 -29:43:23.7 y y  
120701A 13.8 Power-outage burst. 05:21:23.52 -58:32:58.3 y y  
120630A 0.6 Power-outage short burst. 23:29:10.75 +42:33:17.4 y y  
120626B 27 MAXI burst 11:43:04 +68:30:00
120624B 271 Very bright, long Fermi burst with LAT detection and precursors. Obscured afterglow; luminous host. 11:23:32.31 +08:55:42.8 2.20 y     1
120624A 0.7 Fermi+Konus burst. Short; very hard 00:19:05 +00:19:05
120622A 39 MAXI burst 13:41:43 -01:42:36      
120617A 0.5 Konus/IPN short burst 01:29:14 +33:48:14
120614A 45 MAXI burst 20:50:56 +65:09:53
120612A 90 No optical counterpart. Nearby star. 08:26:53.20 -17:34:29.0 y    
120603A 0.19 Konus/Suzaku short burst 13:15:11 +04:19:35
120602A 54 Bright Konus/Suzaku long burst 05:51:41 -39:21:16
120528C 30 MAXI burst 00:51:44 -00:57:18
120528B 30 MAXI/Konus burst 05:10:21 -37:47:50
120522 13 11:03:59 -62:05:37
120521C 26.7 Dark. Several galaxies near X-ray position but might be high-z. Radio counterpart. 14:17:08.802 +42:08:41.22 6? y y y 1
120521B 31.4 Fermi/Swift burst. No optical counterpart. 13:08:02.28 -52:45:16.7 y    
120521A 0.45 Short burst. Fast-fading X-raty light curve; no optical counterpart. 09:54:53.94 -49:25:01.6 y    
120519 1.2 Hard IPN burst 11:53:28 +22:24:24
120514 164.4 Galactic plane; no optical counterpart. Submillimeter detection. 18:52:00.19 -04:15:48.9
120512A 20 Off-axis INTEGRAL burst. 21:42:13.91 +13:38:09.59
120510A 27 MAXI burst. Possible X-ray counterpart is a star. 02:57:08.60 +72:51:00.8 y?    
120427A 5 IPN burst 14:59:44 +29:18:39
120426A 3.2 IPN burst 07:26:09 -65:37:53      
120424A MAXI probable burst. 01:35:56.40 -29:52:44.0      
120422A 5.35 Low-redshift GRB with bright associated SN. Extensive worldwide follow-up. 09:07:38.38 +14:01:07.5 0.283 y y   4
120419A 20 INTEGRAL burst. X-ray afterglow not confirmed. 12:29:33.03 -63:00:28.5 y?    
120404A 38.7 Early observations; multiwavelength followup. Rapid late-time fading. 15:40:02.28 +12:53:06.1 2.876 y y y
120403B 7.3 Near south pole. No IR counterpart in ground follow-up at 12 hr. 03:41:06.31 -89:00:31.0 y    
120403A 1.25 Possibly short. Near Sun, no XRT. 02:49:49.8 +40:29:21.8      
120402B 17.5 Bright, soft Fermi burst. 14:55 -10:24
120401A 100 Faint afterglow, possible g-dropout. 03:52:19.82 -17:38:08.5 4.5 y    
120328B 30.5 Fermi/Konus burst; off-axis LAT detection. 15:16:09 +25:17:58
120328A 24.2 Faint burst; no optical detections. 16:06:27.33 -39:20:08.9 y    
120327A 62.9 Very bright at early times. Rich X-shooter spectrum w/molecular features. 16:27:27.46 -29:24:54.00 2.813 y y   2
120326A 69.6 Long optical plateau/rebrightening; still bright at 1-2 days. 18:15:37.06 +69:15:35.4 1.798 y y y 2
120324A 118 Bright burst. No OT found. Faint extended source in XRT error circle. Large Galactic reddening. 19:24:18.85 +24:07:46.5 y    
120323A Very bright Fermi short burst. No afterglow. Most intense GBM burst yet. 22:41:38 +29:43:03       1
120320A 3.38 Very faint Gemini source in X-ray error circle at early times. Optically dark; IR nondetections. 14:10:04.23 +08:41:47.7 y ?  
120316A 27.5 Probable faint LAT detection. 03:51:52.79 -56:27:36.00
120312A 14.2 Faint burst with faint afterglow. 16:47:09.20 +23:51:28.9 y y  
120311B 28.2 No detection in early r/i observations. 17:14:14.90 -13:03:05.5 y    
120311A 3.5 18:12:22.08 +14:17:45.9 y y  
120308A 60.6 14:36:19.92 +79:41:12.2 y y   1
120305A 0.1 Short GRB with possible (unrelated?) QPO activity. 03:10:08.68 +28:29:31.4 y   n
120302A 35 Ground-analysis Swift burst. No early fading of likely afterglow. 08:09:35.58 +29:37:40.7 y? y?  
120229A 0.22 Short burst, no Swift follow-up. 01:20:07.9 -35:47:44.0      
120227A RAPTOR simultaneous limit.
120226A 57 LAT detection probably due to nearby pulsar. 20:11:43 +48:39:55
120224A 8.13 Faint afterglow 02:43:46.15 -17:45:42.0 y    
120219A 90.5 Probable faint OT. 08:39:09.61 +51:01:55.5 y y  
120218A 27.5 Sun constraint; no followup. 21:19:03.4 -25:27:45.4      
120215A 26.5 No deep limits on optical afterglow. 02:00:11.45 +08:48:07.5 y    
120213A 48.9 No ground follow-up. 20:04:02.83 +65:24:40.4 y    
120212A 5.52 Ground/UVOT detections, no redshift. 02:52:24.05 -18:01:14.2 y y  
120211A 61.7 "Dark" but X-ray faint. No afterglow in early IR follow-up. 05:51:00.89 -24:46:30.7 y    
120202A 100 INTEGRAL burst. Very red afterglow? 13:34:00.86 +22:46:25.94 y ?  
120129A 4 IPN burst. 02:01:46 +59:16:55
120127A 10 MAXI burst. No afterglow reported. 09:16:34 +15:52:51      
120121A 26.1 Minimal ground followup. 16:37:25.06 -23:57:41.8 y    
120119A 253.8 Very long, bright Swift burst. Red afterglow. Numerous multicolor ground detections. 08:00:06.93 -09:04:53.7 1.728 y y n 1
120118B 23.26 Unconfirmed NIR detection (dark??), bright high-z host. 08:19:29.04 -07:11:05.3 2.943 y y?  
120118A 60 INTEGRAL XRF near HMXB, optical counterpart. 13:01:22.72 -61:39:23.20      
120116A 41 Dark burst (XRF), no detections in early imaging (unconfirmed faint possible conterpart). No EVLA detection. 01:04:57.86 +33:55:50.7 y    
120107A 23 Fermi burst with possible LAT emission; no afterglow found.       1
120106A 61.6 No ground detections. 04:24:25.81 +64:02:18.1 y    
120102A 38.7 Swift+Fermi burst; UVOT afterglow but no ground followup. 18:24:53.89 +24:42:47.1 y y  

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