GRB Responses

Burst Optical Observer and Transient Exploring System    

( A world wide Network of Robotic Telescopes )

 

 

GRB Publication T-GRB Detector magnitude Comments
130508A GCN 14609 94s Swift >15  
130427A In Prep. 86s Swift 10.7 just 10s after GCN notice
130315A GCN 14312 35m Swift >16.5  
130313A GCN 14299 27m Swift R>15 / >8.5 allsky(t=0) selector not active after new mount controller installed. manually observed
121117A GCN 13968 13m Swift >16 Limited by clouds
120612A GCN 13358 3.8h Swift >18 Limited by sunset
120521B   81s Swift   An Rmag~17 star overlaped the XRT position, no variability was observed.
120521A   103s Swift   Unfocused (on manual focuser after broken bearing on automatic one)
120422A   55.31s Swift   Broken automatic focuser (broken bearings)
120118A GCN 12851 3.1h INTEGRAL 18.6  
111117A   20s Swift -- Overexposed due to twilight
111005A     Swift -- Not observed for several days due to bad weather
111020A GCN 12462 1.1h Swift >19.5  
101011A GCN 11343 23,76h Swift >19  
100904A GCN 11217 5,98h Swift >18 High airmass ~7
100518A GCN 10778 2,47h INTEGRAL >20,7  
100331B GCN 10566 19,2h AGILE >18,5 Through cirrus
100331A GCN 10557 6,7h INTEGRAL 17.8  
100316C GCN 10497 49s Swift >18,5 (4s from GCN)
091208B GCN 10255 45s Swift ??  
091111 GCN 10161 0 INTEGRAL >9,3 Contemporaneous
091109 GCN 10160 19,5h INTEGRAL >19,6 Delayed by clouds
091103 GCN 10122 26s Swift 19.07 Possible detection claimed but not confirmed
091029 GCN 10104, Filgas et al. 2012 (A&A, 546, A101) 6,9h Swift 18.5  
091018 GCN 10043 18,2h Swift 20 ~5h of observations
090423 Tanvir et al. 2009, Nature 461, 1254 31s Swift >18,5 z=8.2!!! Fastest pointing. No detection due to high z
090404 GCN 9092 185s Swift >15 high airmass
090328 GCN 9058 24,8h Fermi 19.7 Z=1.5

Non-GRBs triggers:

Sw J185003.2-005627 (Swift)  zy imaging, no flares (reported in GCNC 12101)

 
Note: technical downtime: June-Sep 2011

Non-GRBs triggers:

Sw J185003.2-005627 (Swift)  zy imaging, no flares (reported in GCNC 12101)

 
Note: technical downtime: June-Sep 2011