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v 0.6 (BETA)

Greiner
GRB T90 commentsRA Decz XOR refs
140710A 3.52 Relatively bright host galaxy? 02:44:16.30 +35:29:57.1 0.558
140709B 155 No early observations and no afterglow. 09:44:13.20 +63:31:46.5 y    
140709A 98.6 No confirmed optical counterpart. 20:18:38.95 +51:13:29.8 y y?  
140706A 48.3 UVOT detection, no other early optical observations. 03:17:10.39 -38:03:07.8 y y  
140705A 0.08 Flare from unknown SGR. 19:34:55.68 +21:53:48.2
140703A 67.1 Moderately high-z and probably significantly reddened. Radio/millimeter follow-up. 00:51:59.05 +45:06:06 3.14 y y y
140629A 42 Extensive optical follow-up; rapid decay. 16:35:54.44 +41:52:36.7 2.275 y y  
140628A 10.5 02:42:39.88 -00:23:05.7 y y  
140626A 16.4 Soft. Far south. Red afterglow? 05:09:30.79 -82:37:50.2 y y  
140623A 110 Fermi event with PTF afterglow (14cyb) 15:01:53.42 +81:11:29.1 1.92 y y  
140622A 0.13 Short, soft burst. 21:08:41.56 -14:25:09.5 0.959? y    
140621A 6.4 01:40 22:20      
140620A Fermi event with PTF afterglow (14cva) 18:47:29.01 +49:43:51.4 2.04 y y  
140619C 87 15:32:04 -25:35:55
140619A 233.9 Long, bright Swift burst. No ground follow-up. 01:48:26.15 -39:15:32.6 y y  
140619B 0.5 Fermi GBM/LAT short burst. 08:50:43.20 -9:39:36.00      
140614C 20 IPN+Swift ground burst. 09:49:41.5 71:56:41
140614B 49.8 No optical/NIR detection in early observations. 21:30:31.50 +14:55:46.9 y    
140614A High-z. Early multicolor observations. 15:24:40.65 -79:07:43.5 4.233 y y  
140611A 1.9 IPN/Swift short(?) burst. Possible XRT afterglow. 23:19:40.15 -40:06:16.0 y?    
140610A 134.1 No ground detections. 19:05:04.56 +03:54:29.6 y    
140607A 109.9 Near Sun, no follow-up. 05:45:29.5 +18:54:15.5      
140606A 0.34 Delayed X-ray response; no afterglow found. 13:27:11.7 +37:35:56.5 n    
140606B 23.6 Fermi GBM burst; PTF-discovered afterglow. Low redshift. Associated supernova. 21:52:29.97 +32:00:50.6 0.384 y y  
140604A 1 17:32:41 -40:24:22      
140529A 4.5 Bright IPN burst; during Swift slew. 15:15:07.68 -41:03:10.6      
140528A 13.6 IPN/Fermi burst 18:42:55 -59:04:47      
140521A 9.88 Faint burst; no Swift slew. No successful optical detections. 21:20:42.6 +67:35:12.7      
140518A 60.5 Faint afterglow; high redshift. 15:09:00.62 +42:25:05.9 4.707 y y  
140516A 0.19 Short burst. Faint X-ray afterglow; deep optical/radio limits. 16:51:57.40 +39:57:46.1 y    
140515B MAXI event; no afterglow found. 19:17:24 -11:42:03      
140515A 23.4 Very high redshift. IR, radio detections. 12:24:15.51 +15:06:16.6 6.32 y y y 1
140512A 154.8 Bright GRB with bright early optical afterglow. 19:17:28.78 -15:05:39.2 0.725 y y  
140509B MAXI event; no afterglow found. 20:51:51 +21:00:57      
140509A 23.2 No ground follow-up. 03:06:22.69 -62:38:21.7 2.4 y y y
140508A 44.3 Fermi GRB with PTF afterglow 17:01:51.95 +46:46:49.5 1.027 y y  
140506A 111.1 Heavily extinguished afterglow but still UVOT-detected. 18:27:06.03 -55:38:08.8 0.889 y y  
140502A 16.9 21:16:45.16 +48:58:12.7 y    
140501A 0.26 Fermi SHB 11:27:36.00 +24:36:00.00
140430A 173.6 Well-observed. Host emission line seen in afterglow. 06:51:44.61 +23:01:25.1 1.60 y y  
140428A 17.42 Faint, red afterglow; high redshift. 12:57:28.392 +28:23:06.28 4.7 y y  
140428B 0.5 Fermi/Konus/IPN SHB. 00:08:01 +68:10:20
140423A 134 Bright optical afterglow, extensively observed. 13:09:08.54 +49:50:29.4 3.26 y y  
140419A 94.7 Bright afterglow. Early millimeter detection. High redshift. 08:27:57.56 +46:14:25.11 3.956 y y y
140416A 28.5 Fermi/Konus/IPN long GRB. 02:40:45 39:31:37      
140414A 0.7 BAT short burst found in ground analysis; no afterglow. 13:01:14.3s: 56:54:06"      
140413A 139.6 Faint, long burst. Flattening optical LC suggests bright hosts. 04:21:49.23 -51:10:58.0 y y  
140412A 39.6 No ground follow-up. 09:39:53.64 -65:49:18.4 y    
140408A 4 Optical counterpart not confirmed. 19:22:51.83 -12:35:42.5 y ?  
140406A 42 Fermi burst 04:40 13:30
140402A 0.3 Fermi short burst; LAT detection; marginal Swift/BAT detection. No afterglow found. 13:49:38.15 +05:41:15.6      
140331A 209 Long. Undetected afterglow; SDSS z~0.7 galaxy in XRT error circle. 08:59:27.46 +02:43:02.3 y y  
140330A 34 Fermi/AGILE burst; LAT detection. 21:41:46.25 -64:11:15.1      
140329A 21.5 Fermi/IPN burst; LAT detection. 09:42:47.52 -32:13:44.39      
140323A 104.9 Bright burst. Far south; no optical detections. LAT detection. 23:47:50.25 -79:54:16.4 y    
140320D 50 IPN burst; minimal follow-up 05:51:34 +85:25:46      
140320C 30 INTEGRAL burst 08:57:34.61 +71:11:54.2 y y  
140320B 100 INTEGRAL burst with afterglow 09:42:14.17 +60:16:05.7 y y  
140320A 0.45 Swift/Fermi short burst; near Galactic plane. 18:47:25.27 -11:11:38.8 y    
140318A 8.43 Very luminous probable host. 12:16:21.42 +20:12:32.9 1.02 y y  
140311B 70 16:49:17.97 +52:43:26.41 y y  
140311A 71.4 High-redshift 13:57:13.29 +00:38:31.7 4.954 y y y
140311C 14 GBM burst. PTF afterglow candidate? 12:14 62:48
140308A 90 Bright IPN burst 23:50:15 -33:20:54      
140306A 68 Fermi/IPN burst. 01:51:46 +48:58:31      
140305A 13.7 No slew or follow-up. 22:57:59.4 +15:26:53.3      
140304A 15.6 02:02:34.26 +33:28:25.7 5.283 y y y
140302A 87.5 Faint optical counterpart. 16:55:26.30 -12:52:42.2 y y  
140301A 31 Faint optical counterpart; strong host emission lines. 04:38:13.78 -34:15:23.5 1.416 y y  
140226A 15 Optical counterpart detected indepdently by PTF. 14:45:58.01 +14:59:35.4 y y  
140221A MAXI event; no afterglow found. 07:09:47 -17:20:09      
140219A 80 Extremely bright IPN/GBM/LAT burst. Well-localized but no afterglow found. 10:25:45.60 +7:27:35.99      
140215A 84.2 Extensive early optical observations but no redshift. 06:56:35.83 +41:47:11.8 y y  
140213A 60 Long-lived OT. 07:00:37.09 -73:08:13.5 1.2076 y y  
140211A 89.4 Afterglow not confirmed. 08:16:53.59 +20:14:35.5      
140209A 21.3 Faint P60 optical afterglow. 05:25:19.034 +32:29:53.18   y  
140206A 93.6 Swift+INTEGRAL. 09:41:20.21 +66:45:37.7 2.74 y y  
140206B 120 LAT detection but no afterglow. 21:01:02.39 -8:30:35.99
140129B 1.36 Intermediate duration. 21:47:01.66 +26:12:23.0 y y  
140129A 2.99 Early optical detections but no redshift. 02:31:33.78 -01:35:42.88 y y  
140118A 84.15 MAXI detection. No Swift slew. No afterglow found. 22:03:59.8 -17:56:14.1      
140114A 139.7 Long image trigger. 12:34:05.08 +27:57:02.0 y y  
140110A 9 LAT detection. 01:54:19.99 -36:29:43.9 n    
140108A 94 21:40:26.813 +58:44:40.17 y y  
140105A 0.8 Short GBM burst; unsuccessful optical follow-up. 13:53 +50:10
140104B 190 Fermi burst with LAT detection; XRT candidate afterglow 14:35:00.96 -09:01:39.9 n    
140103A 17.3 Faint optical afterglow candidate outside XRT error circle. 15:28:20.83 +37:45:27.2 y    
140102A 65 LAT detection. Unknown redshift. 14:07:40.65 +01:19:59.8 y y  

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