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GCN Circular 1979

Subject
GRB 030328, optical observations
Date
2003-03-29T06:16:34Z (21 years ago)
From
Peter Garnavich at U of Notre Dame <pgarnavi@miranda.phys.nd.edu>
P. Martini (OCIW), P. Garnavich (Notre Dame) and K.Z. Stanek (CfA)

We imaged the optical afterglow of GRB 030328 (Peterson & Price,
GCN 1974) with the Magellan 6.5-m Clay telescope and LDSS2
imaging/spectrograph on March 29.181 (0.708 days after the
burst). The R-band magnitude is estimated to be 20.8
assuming star "B" (GCN 1977) is R=16.1. This is slightly
brighter than the extrapolation of a powerlaw with alpha=1.0
found by Price & Peterson (GCN 1977).

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