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GCN Circular 10364

GRB 100205A: Super-LOTIS early observations
2010-02-05T06:20:25Z (14 years ago)
Adria C. Updike at Clemson U <>
Adria C. Updike (Clemson University), G. Grant Williams (MMTO), Peter A.
Milne (Steward Observatory), and Dieter H. Hartmann (Clemson University)

We observed the field of GRB 100205A (Racusin et al., GCN 10361) with the
0.6m Super-LOTIS telescope located at KPNO under poor conditions.
Observations began 110 seconds after the trigger and continued for 7
minutes before we were forced to close due to humidity.  In 270 seconds of
stacked V-band exposures, we detect no new sources in the XRT error circle
down to a limiting magnitude V > 18 (upon comparison to the NOMAD
catalog), which is consistent with the NOT observations (Malesani et al.,
GCN 10362).
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