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GCN Circular 29550

GRB 210222B: GOTO confirmation of afterglow detection (correction to GCN29548)
2021-02-23T01:05:06Z (3 years ago)
Travis Mong at Monash University <>
Y-L Mong (1); K. Wiersema (2); K. Tse (1); K. Ackley (1); D. K. Galloway
(1); M. Dyer (3); J. Lyman (2); K. Ulaczyk (2); D. Steeghs (2); V. Dhillon
(3); P. O'Brien (4); G. Ramsay (5); S. Poshyachinda (6); R. Kotak (7); L.
Nuttall (8); D. Pollacco (2); R. Breton (9)

((1) Monash University, (2) Warwick University, (3) University of
Sheffield, (4) University of Leicester, (5) Armagh Observatory &
Planetarium, (6) National Astronomical Research Institute of Thailand, (7)
University of Turku, (8) University of Portsmouth, (9) University of
Manchester) report on behalf of the GOTO collaboration:

The declination (Dec) of the afterglow candidate reported in GCN29548 is
incorrect. The correct position of the detection is

RA 10:18:25.42
Dec -14:55:54:63

We apologize for any confusion.

GOTO is operated at the La Palma observing facilities of the University of
Warwick on behalf of a consortium including the University of Warwick,
Monash University, Armagh Observatory, the University of Leicester, the
University of Sheffield, the National Astronomical Research Institute of
Thailand (NARIT), Turku University, Portsmouth University, Manchester
University and the Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias (IAC) (
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