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GCN Circular 10215

Subject
GRB 091130B: SDSS galaxy at XRT location
Date
2009-11-30T18:24:12Z (14 years ago)
From
Andrew Levan at U.of Leicester <A.J.Levan@warwick.ac.uk>
A.J. Levan (U. Warwick), N.R. Tanvir (U. Leicester) report:

"Inspection of SDSS images of GRB 091130B (Racusin et al. GCN 10214)
shows a faint galaxy (r=22.5),  inside the XRT localization.
There is also a brighter galaxy (r=18.9) offset roughly 7" from the
XRT position (which has a 4.8" error radius). The detection of these
objects suggests that GRB 091130B could be a relatively low redshift
event."
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