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GRB T90 commentsRA Decz XOR refs
971227 10 Weak burst with double pulse. Ambiguous optical detection. 12:57:10.6 +59:24:43
971214 50 First high-z burst; very energetic. Multiwavelength afterglow. 11:56:26.35 +65:12:42 3.43
971024 Very weak burst and afterglow. 18:24:57.96 +49:28:55.2
970828 160 Extremely bright burst, but no optical afterglow. 18:08:31.6 +59:18:51.32 0.958
970815 130 Afterglow not identified until years after event. 16:06:53.12 +81:30:28.5
970616 200 Very bright, multi-peaked. 01:18:54 -05:30:00
970508 35 First radio afterglow; first spectroscopic redshift. 06:53:49.45 +79:16:19.5 0.835
970402 Afterglow only detected in X-ray. 14:50:06 -69:20:00
970228 3.6 First-ever detected GRB afterglow. Star-forming host. 05:01:46.61 +11:46:53.40 0.695
970111 Three peaks, two close, last farther away. 15:28:15 +19:36:18

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