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GCN Circular 8103

Radio detection of GRB 080810 with the VLA
2008-08-13T17:57:01Z (16 years ago)
Poonam Chandra at U Virginia/NRAO <>
P. Chandra (UVA/NRAO) and  D. A. Frail (NRAO) report on behalf of the
Caltech-NRAO-Carnegie GRB Collaboration:

"We observed the field centered at the UVOT position of the Swift burst
GRB 080810 (GCN 8080) using the Very Large Array (VLA) at a frequency
of 8.46 GHz and starting at 2008 Aug 13.36 UT. We detect the radio flux
at the GRB afterglow position  with the flux density of 151 � 50 uJy.

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