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v 0.6 (BETA)

Greiner
GRB T90 commentsRA Decz XOR refs
131229A 13.86 Very dark. No OT in pre-1hr early imaging from Gemini/Magellan. 05:40:55.61 -04:23:46.6 y    
131227A 18 Possible high-z GRB near galactic plane. 04:29:30.83 +28:52:58.81 5.3? y y  
131226A 7.2 Swift burst with no follow-up. 20:05:14.2 -64:56:35.2      
131225A MAXI GRB near plane. 06:20:36 +05:24:46      
131224A 0.8 INTEGRAL short GRB; no afterglow. 19:47:20.08 +31:40:03.71 n   n
131218A 6 INTEGRAL burst; no afterglow found. 07:35:07.36 -64:44:14.28 n n  
131216A 24 LAT-detected; no precise localization. 06:18:42 -41:37:35      
131215A MAXI burst 17:14 +07:30      
131209A 14 LAT burst; no confirmed afterglow. 09:05:59.99 -33:12:00.00 n    
131205A 37.5 Faint afterglow, possible red host galaxy. 08:46:30.86 -60:09:20.6 y y  
131202A 30.4 Red GROND source; extinguished afterglow? 22:56:12.99 -21:39:44.5 y y  
131128A 3 Bright afterglow near star. 23:41:13.795 +31:18:22.32 y y  
131127B 18 20:19:21 -02:49:46
131127A 92.1 Dark GRB 22:10:55.15 +36:36:34.3 y    
131126A 0.3 14:38:44.88 -12:29:20.40
131125A 0.5 07:38:42 +48:24:49
131122A 70 INTEGRAL burst. X-ray afterglow found; optical upper limits. 10:10:09.83 +57:43:41.6 y    
131120A 131 XRF. No slew 18:35:44.8 -12:01:34.8      
131117A 11 Moderately high z; UVOT detection. Soft. 22:09:19.36 -31:45:44.3 4.042 y y  
131110A 100 Ground analysis burst 04:37:04.4 -17:15:34
131108A 19 LAT on board detection. Swift afterglow. 10:26:00.48 +09:39:44.05 2.40 y y y
131105A 112.3 Dust-reddened. 04:43:52.27 -62:59:43.7 1.686 y y  
131103A 17.3 Relatively nearby. Probable bright host. 23:15:40.55 -44:38:25.4 0.599 y y  
131029A 105 LAT burst; no afterglow found. 13:23:08.40 +48:17:52.80      
131028A 17 04:04:54 +71:35:41      
131024B 64 Early limits on optical afterglow. 09:38:00.67 +44:16:16.9 y    
131024A 112 No early optical observations; no afterglow. 19:21:55.55 -64:36:09.5 y    
131018B 38 20:18:08.83 +23:11:17.0 y    
131018A 73.22 Early optical nondetection. 06:33:53.12 -19:53:47.4 y    
131014A 3.2 Bright LAT-detected burst with very faint afterglow. 06:41:12.62 -19:05:51.7 y    
131011A 77 Afterglow found by PTF. 02:10:06.30 -04:24:40.0 1.874 y y  
131004A 1.54 Short/intermediate burst with optical counterpart. 19:44:27.25 -02:57:30.6 0.717 y y  
131002B 39.1 Soft burst. No OT detecion at 17 hrs. 05:00:29.51 -75:42:10.7 y    
131002A 55.59 Far north. Early observations but no redshift. 16:52:52.86 +82:03:16.4 y y  
131001A 4.9 Ground analysis Swift burst, delay before re-observation. No afterglow found. 00:33:13.0 +25:33:26      
130930A No slew. Long-lived counterpart (Swift J1242), probably not a GRB. 12:42:53.9 -35:30:40      
130929A 11.1 Minimal ground follow-up. 09:00:05.78 -47:33:40.0 y    
130925A Very peculiar low-redshift event with rapid flares for several hours, extremely bright late X-ray counterpart. 02:44:42.96 -26:09:11.16 0.347 y y   5
130919A 97.3 Swift burst, no slew. 13:49:09 -10:21:19      
130913A 10 Faint, near galaxy cluster; no slew or afterglow. 22:47:50.4 +01:17:38.0      
130912A 0.28 Faint and slow-fading optical counterpart. 03:10:22.23 13:59:48.7 y y n
130907A 115.1 Bright burst. Red afterglow. Early radio detection. Underlying SDSS galaxy. 14:23:33.99 +45:36:27.4 1.238 y y y 1
130903A 69 INTEGRAL/Fermi burst. Limited follow-up. 05:28:31.33 -00:07:38.4 y y  
130831B 37.8 Minimal follow-up. 12:49:40.92 -29:10:59.6 y    
130831A 32.5 Bright nearby burst. 23:54:29.90 +29:25:46.8 0.4791 y y   1
130829A 42.56 Near NGC4144. No Swift follow-up, no reported afterglow. 12:09:42.1 +46:31:10.8      
130828A 159 LAT-detected. Possible X-ray afterglow detection marginal. 17:19:09.24 +28:13:14.05      
130822A 0.04 Short burst. Faint X-ray afterglow; no OT found. 01:51:41.23 -03:12:31.1 y n n
130821A 84 LAT detection. No afterglow found. 20:56:24.00 -12:00:00.00 ?     1
130816B 10 Faint burst, no follow-up. 11:20:03.89 -57:33:26.7 y y  
130816A 29.97 Weak burst with bright NIR afterglow; low Galactic latitude. 13:08:33.80 -58:56:41.2 y y  
130812A 7.6 Minimal follow-up and no OT found. 06:09:34.89 -13:17:20.4 y    
130807A Very long with many flares; probably Galactic. 17:59:12.16 -27:36:57.5 y    
130806A 6.1 XRF. Few optical observations. 02:23:42.76 +67:31:55.9 y    
130803A 44 Dark burst; no optical detections in rapid imaging. Possible host. 14:41:00.64 -02:29:31.4 y    
130727A 13.57 Faint optical/UV afterglow. 22:03:11.66 -65:32:18.7 y y  
130725B 10 Bright optical/UV afterglow. 14:16:57.76 -11:07:41.8 y    
130725A 101.8 Faint burst, no optical counterpart. 15:20:07.78 +00:37:39.4 y    
130722A Moderatly bright OT; possible bright host offset by 1 arcsec? 17:22:36.47 -02:58:21.6 y y  
130719A 177.7 Swift burst; no slew. 05:56:09.2 -11:35:29.0      
130716A 0.8 Possibly short, hard. No optical afterglow found. 11:58:17.66 +63:03:11.7 y    
130715A 48 Fermi burst; no follow-up. 19:09 -31:03
130708A 9 Fermi + Swift(ground) burst. No afterglow found. 01:09:53.7 00:00:11.9      
130702A 59 Fermi GBM/LAT burst. Very low redshift. Afterglow found by Palomar Transient Factory. 14:29:14.78 +15:46:26.4 0.145 y y y 2
130701A 4.38 23:48:55.09 +36:06:01.4 1.155 y y  
130628A 22 Fermi burst; no followup. 00:25 -05:00
130627B 28.6 No ground follow-up. 12:07:39.14 -55:42:02.9 y    
130627A 30.8 No ground follow-up. 12:17:39.68 -37:05:12.4 y    
130626A 0.16 Short burst. Reported X-ray afterglow nonfading. 18:12:30.6 -09:31:29.9 n    
130625A 38.1 22:53:06.85 +82:10:27.0 y    
130623A 15 Swift/Fermi XRF with afterglow. 01:23:26.17 -77:46:24.0 y y  
130615A 304 Long, soft GRB. Afterglow candidate slow-fading at early times. 18:19:19.11 -68:09:40.5 y y  
130614A 9.3 Fermi burst; no follow-up. 21:36 -33:53
130612A 4 Soft burst; possibly much longer T90. Optical/IR afterglow. 17:19:10.58 +16:43:11.9 2.006 y y  
130610A 46.4 Early multicolor optical afterglow detection, extensive ground followup.. 14:57:40.92 +28:12:23.1 2.092 y y  
130609B 210.6 UV detections. Possible optical rise/flare. 03:35:05.11 -40:10:26.7 y y  
130609A 7 Dark. No radio/mm detection. 10:10:40.43 +24:07:56.3 y   n
130608A 44.4 Faint. No optical afterglow found. 01:38:26.66 +41:30:09.9 y    
130606A 276.6 Very long, luminous burst at high redshift. 16:37:35.188 +29:47:47.03 5.91 y y y 3
130606B 52 Bright Fermi/LAT burst; XRT counterpart. No optical afterglow (dark?) 14:34:07.01 -22:06:07.6      
130605A 12.6 Bright optical counterpart; near Galactic plane. 08:58:08.6 -33:27:40.3 y y  
130604A 37.7 Faint optical counterpart. 16:40:45.290 +68:13:33.58 y y  
130603B 0.18 Short GRB with reported kilonova. 11:28:48.15 +17:04:18.0 0.356 y y y 10
130603A 76 Far north. 05:47:33.9 +82:54:31.3 y y  
130529A 128 No ground observations. 01:37:07.66s -64:08:50.8" y    
130528A 59.4 Near north celestial pole. 09:18:01.45 +87:18:03.6 y     1
130527A 44 Very bright GRB; no OT but near Moon. Possible bright host galaxy. 20:37:06.35 -24:43:30.3 y    
130521A 11 Bright, red afterglow reported, near Galactic plane. 05:50:10.55 +14:27:26.8      
130521B 20 Bright IPN burst. 18:46:34 +22:43:21      
130518A 48 Luminous Fermi/LAT/Swift burst. Multiwavelength afterglow detection. 23:42:40.27 +47:27:53.74 2.49 y y  
130518B 15 Ground analysis burst, no afterglow. 21:26:13.2 -20:08:53      
130515A 0.29 Short GRB. Optical AG candidates stellar, nonvariable. 18:53:45.71 -54:16:45.7 y    
130514B 10 INTEGRAL GRB with X-ray counterpart. 09:50:26.06 -18:57:54.6 y    
130514A 204 Behind a Galactic star cluster. Multi-filter detections. 19:45:07.90 -07:58:34.4 3.6 y y  
130511A 5.43 13:06:34.96 +18:42:36.0 1.3033 y y  
130508A 42 No optical detection, faint burst with no deep/early limits. 20:21:17.43 +34:57:28.7 y    
130505B Fast fading X-ray counterpart; not a GRB? 09:17:22.18 +01:42:03.1
130505A 88 Very bright, luminous burst with bright afterglow. 09:08:14.64 +17:29:05.2 2.27 y y  
130504C 74 Bright Fermi burst with LAT detection and X-ray afterglow 06:06:31.00 +03:50:01.5 y    
130504B 0.4 IPN burst; no follow-up. 23:11:49 -05:44:20      
130504A 50 X-ray counterpart was outside BAT error circle 18:09:48.0 -16:18:48.0 y    
130502A 3 Faint burst, very faint optical afterglow (dark?) 09:14:16.55 -00:07:23.9 y y  
130502B 24 Very bright Fermi burst; LAT detection. Optically dim or dark. Low Galactic latitude. 04:27:02.73 +71:03:38.4 y    
130427B 27 Bright early optical counterpart. 20:59:35.62 -22:32:46.9 2.78 y y  
130427A 162.8 Brightest GRB in 29 years. Swift/GBM/LAT/MAXI detections; simultaneous optical prompt detections; extremely well-observed multiwavelength afterglow and SN. 11:32:32.84 +27:41:56.2 0.34 y y y 28
130425A 66 IPN burst 00:24:51 -70:11:00
130420B 10.2 Faint burst; no OT in early observations. 12:12:30.78 +54:23:26.1 y    
130420A 123.5 Soft burst. Bright optical/IR counterpart. 13:04:25.57 +59:25:26.7 1.297 y y  
130419A 75.7 Swift burst; no slew or follow-up. 23:41:06.7 +09:54:00.6      
130418A 300 Ultra-long? Bright afterglow. 09:56:08.92 +13:40:02.8 1.218 y y n
130408A 28 Luminous moderately high-z GRB with bright afterglow. 08:57:37.30 -32:21:38.90 3.758 y y  
130407A 25 MAXI GRB; no clear afterglow identified. 16:32:23 +10:30:39 n    
130327B 62 LAT detection; no afterglow. 14:31:29.97 -69:24:12.4 y?    
130327A 9 Faint afterglow. 06:08:09.29 +55:42:54.14 y    
130325A 9.7 LAT detection; no afterglow 08:11:07.20 -18:53:59.99      
130315A 233.4 Very long. Limited follow-up. 10:30:11.54 -51:47:39.8 y y  
130313A 0.26 Short GRB w/X-ray afterglow. 15:45:38.41 -00:22:08.3 y    
130310A 2.4 LAT detection, no afterglow localized. 09:29:21.59 -17:13:48.00      
130307A 0.4 Fermi SHB 10:12 +18:16
130306A Very long Swift burst (predated slew); no follow-up. 18:37:50.86 -11:40:53.1 y    
130305A 20 LAT burst, detected by Swift in ground analysis. No optical AG detected. 07:46:59.01 +52:01:57.5 y    
130228A Possible LAT detection 17:07:31 +0:00:00.00
130219A 96 IPN burst 20:14 +40:49
130216A 6.5 No X-ray or optical/NIR afterglow found. Possible early radio counterpart actually a field source. 04:31:36.2 +14:40:10.4 n    
130216B 3.7 Ground-analysis burst. No afterglow found. 03:55:27.9 +02:02:10 n    
130215A 65.7 Bright, low-redshift. Early millimeter observations. Slow-fading late light curve. 02:54:00.70 +13:23:43.4 0.597   y   1
130211A 25.1 Early GROND observations; Galactic extinction. 09:50:08.736 -42:20:32.64 y    
130206A 128 Faint X-ray afterglow. Galactic plane. 09:21:30.41 -58:11:37.0 y    
130131B 4.3 Dark. 11:35:49.33 +15:02:17.5 y    
130131A 51.6 Dark, reddened afterglow. Millimeter/radio detections. 11:24:30.39 +48:04:33.3 y y y
130122A 64 UVOT/optical detections 12:57:08.317 +59:00:53.62 y y  
130102A 77.5 Galactic plane 20:45:41.63 +49:49:03.5 y    
130102B 45 20:38:20 -72:22:36      

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