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Originally posted by ChemBreather
reply to post by brokenheadphonez
I see you like playing with Charts, I don't know if you this one but could be useful to you if you want to see any of these bursts fits any theory of yours !!
Real-Time Gamma-Ray map
''This burst had a single spike lasting less than 128 millisecond. The XRT began observing the field ~71 seconds after the trigger, finding a faint, uncatalogued x-ray source within the BAT error circle. The UVOT starting observing the field 76 seconds after the trigger, but no OC was found In the initial data. The UVOT limiting magnitude was approximately 18 (unfiltered).
Observations from the ground were not able to find an afterglow. However, observers using the 4.2 meter William Herschel Telescope in the Canary Islands obtained observations from ~1.7 to ~2.3 hours after the trigger. While they found no afterglow, they did find a very faint, non-variable object within the XRT error circle in their i-band images. No magnitude is reported (GCN 9547). Observers at the Russian-Turkish 1.5 meter telescope (Turkey) confirmed the object above, saying they marginally detect it. They also report a brighter, point-like object with Rc = 21.8 +/- 0.06 (based on USNO-B1). Their limiting magnitude is reported to be Rc ~ 23.6 (GCN 9549).
The VLA was used to observe the field at 8.46 GHz beginning 14.6 hours after the burst. No source was found to a 3 sigma limit of 54 uJy (GCN 9555). ''