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Greiner
GRB T90 commentsRA Decz XOR refs
960924 5.31 Most intense burst of BATSE mission.       1
960720 Quasar in error box. 17:30:37 +49:05:48 n n n 2
950822 30 16:14.4 -66:24:00.00       1
950706 70 01:45:25 +32:33       2
950430 01:46:41 +30:39       2
950421 04:37:36.00 -62:12:00.00       1
941017 Very bright BATSE burst with high-energy spectral component.       11
941014       1
940703 34.88 Highest-fluence burst of BATSE mission. 08:46:00.00 +27:23:24.00      
940301 Location consistent with that of GRB930704. 06:50 +63:54       8
940217 162 Extremely bright BATSE burst; high-energy detection over an hour after initial trigger. 01:58:40 +03:57       9
930706 18:44 -19:58      
930704 Location consistent with that of GRB940301. 06:43 +62:30       1
930506       1
930309 21:32:31 54:39:00       1
930131 "Superbowl" burst. Extremely bright. GeV detection. 12:15:06 -10:12       11
920925C First GRB optical transient? 22:03:31.26 +25:25:01.4       2
920723 19:09 +27:12       2
920720 13:31:46 +36:44.4      
920711 18:46:09 +72:53       1
920622 50 10:46:46 +06:48       1
920525 20:04 -42:30       1
920517 13:34 -16:42      
920501 08:15:20 -32:44:48       2
920229 0.19       2
911001 18:00 +66:42       1
910814 22:57 +28:30       1
910711 0.02 Ultra-short with sub-millisecond substructure in light curve. 14:30 -16:48:00.00      
910601 20:40:30 +33:03       5
910503 05:47 +38:36       2
910219 14:14:45 +58:41       2
910122 19:47 -70:45       1
881024 15 Ultra-bright GRB. Spiky, hard spectrum.       4
841215 0.3 Extremely bright short, spiky burst. Two localization zones.       2
840304 1000 Very long. Highest-fluence GRB ever?       1
830801 30 Extraordinarily bright GRB (saturated SIGNe-2). Smooth light curve.       2
811231      
791116 00:10:15 -15:58:45      
791105B Purported optical transient association. 22:51:45 -02:34      
790613 IPN short burst. Possible association with z=0.14 Abell cluster. 14:12:26 +78:55:15       3
790418 Given position is rounded and innacurate given small error box. 05:52 -07:00       3
790406 Very well-localized by the IPN. 23:11:12 -49:55:39      
790331 19:25:30 +03:34:38       1
790329 10:31:07.1 +45:38:20       1
790325 18:09:53 +31:23:33       5
790313 06:15:01 -46:07:36      
790307 19:59:30 -46:45:07      
790305 Famous March 5 event. Superflare from LMC magnetar. 05:25:55 -66:07:05       1
790113 Purported optical transient association. 16:28 -76:30      
790107 Soft spectrum - SGR flare       5
781124 12:05:10 +23:55       1
781119 First IPN well-localized burst. 01:16:32 -28:53       1
781104 Purported annihilation lines. 20:06 -21:36      
760816 Reported non-localized radio counterpart.      
720427 Apollo GRB      
Warning: pre-1990 GRBs may have coordinates reported in B1950.
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