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GCN Circular 10364

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

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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