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GCN Circular 6881

Subject
Optical Observation: GRB 071010
Date
2007-10-11T12:40:48Z (17 years ago)
From
Rupak Roy at ARIES <roy@aries.ernet.in>
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Rupak Roy, K. Misra, and S. B. Pandey=20
(ARIES, NainiTal, India, on behalf of larger Indian GRB
collaboration)
We have imaged the field of Swift GRB 071010 (
Moretti et al. GCN6859) with the 1.04m telescope at NainiTal ~ 0.5
days after the burst. Observations were performed in R and I bands in
poor sky conditions.
We observed the afterglow candidate in R
and I bands reported by Klotz, A. et al. ( GCN 6860 ).  Magnitude of=20
the OT is  R ~ 20 in comparison to nearby USNO B1.0 stars.

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<p style=3D"margin-bottom: 0in;">Rupak Roy, K. Misra, and S. B. Pandey=20
(ARIES, NainiTal, India, on behalf of larger Indian GRB
collaboration)<br><br>We have imaged the field of Swift GRB 071010 (
Moretti et al. GCN6859) with the 1.04m telescope at NainiTal ~ 0.5
days after the burst. Observations were performed in R and I bands in
poor sky conditions.<br><br>We observed the afterglow candidate in R
and I bands reported by Klotz, A. et al. ( GCN 6860 ).  Magnitude of=20
the OT is  R ~ 20 in comparison to nearby USNO B1.0 stars.</p>

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