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Swift Trigger: 572742

Presumed name: GRB 131002B

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BAT 05h 00m 14.64s, -75° 43′ 37.2″
position:(75.061, -75.727 ± 180″)
XRT 05h 00m 29.11s, -75° 42′ 06.1″
position:(75.1213, -75.7017 ± 5.9″)
UVOT No position available.
Galactic NHI:9.09×1020 cm-2
Galactic E(B-V):NED unavailable
Best RA:05h 00m 29.11s= 75.1213 d
Best Dec:-75° 42′ 06.1″= -75.7017 d
Gal Lat:-32.97
Gal Long:287.83
Sun angle:92.06°, 7.6 hr West

1Sper #0 auto processing.

GCN Notices for this burst.

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Observability of this burst for Swift.

Sun angle for this burst.

UVOT data

UVOT u image

u image

UVOT white image

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Blink images with DSS (link via GSFC)


SPER results page for this trigger.

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Known transients within 5′ of the GRB

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Offset (′′)RA DecDate reportedSource MiscQuery
1.8′′75.12244-75.70211GCN #15295GRB 131002B: Swift/UVOT Upper LimitsVizier logo
4.7′′75.12235-75.70299GCN #15291GRB 131002B: Enhanced Swift-XRT positionVizier logo
12.2′′75.13500-75.70144GCN #15298GRB 131002B� Swift-BAT refined analysisVizier logo
103.1′′75.06250-75.72639GCN #15284GRB 131002B: Swift detection of a burstVizier logo

Catalogue Searches. Searched 3.33′ around XRT position

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RA*Dec*SIMBAD name Query
56.075.1033-75.7166TYC 9365-28-1B=12.57, V=12.30Query vizier around this object
190.775.0540-75.7520KMHK 453Query vizier around this object

* RA/Dec in equinox J2000

X-ray sources

RA*Dec* Source table2Observatory Query

Queried the X-ray MASTER catalogue.

* RA/Dec in equinox J2000

1Energy band for count-rate is mission specific.


RA*Dec*Redshift CatalogueQuery
10.975.1180-75.6988B2=20.7, R2=20.6USNO-B1Query vizier around this object
14.275.1066-75.7033B2=20.4, R1=19.6USNO-B1Query vizier around this object
19.175.1265-75.6966B2=20.6, R2=19.9USNO-B1Query vizier around this object
20.475.1271-75.6962B=20.6, R2=19.2SSSQuery vizier around this object
25.775.1032-75.7073B2=17.8, I=18.3, R1=18.3, R2=18.1USNO-B1Query vizier around this object
26.575.1037-75.7077B2=18.0, I=18.7, R1=18.7, R2=19.0USNO-B1Query vizier around this object
29.475.1208-75.7099B2=20.0, R2=19.8USNO-B1Query vizier around this object
30.275.1148-75.6935B2=19.9, R2=20.2USNO-B1Query vizier around this object
30.675.1549-75.7036B2=20.0, I=18.5, R2=20.1USNO-B1Query vizier around this object
34.575.1442-75.6940B2=19.4, I=18.8, R1=19.1, R2=19.3USNO-B1Query vizier around this object


There are 306 galaxies within the position error. The full list is here.

* RA/Dec in equinox J2000

Magnitudes depend on the catalogue. e.g. For Sloan, R is the Sloan r mag, not the Johnson R from APM, for example


RA*Dec* CatalogueQuery
1.875.1224-75.7021B2=20.5, R1=19.6USNO-B1Query vizier around this object
11.275.1092-75.7008B2=19.9, R1=19.4, R2=19.7USNO-B1Query vizier around this object
19.375.1028-75.6989B2=18.7, I=17.5, R1=17.6, R2=17.7USNO-B1Query vizier around this object
19.475.1029-75.6988h=15.4, j=16.4, k=16.22MASSQuery vizier around this object
20.375.1274-75.7071h=15.0, j=15.4, k=15.02MASSQuery vizier around this object
20.375.1272-75.7071B2=17.3, I=15.8, R1=16.2, R2=16.5USNO-B1Query vizier around this object
24.575.1148-75.7083h=15.3, j=16.0, k=15.12MASSQuery vizier around this object
24.775.1144-75.7083B2=18.6, I=16.9, R1=17.1, R2=17.5USNO-B1Query vizier around this object
27.975.0975-75.7067B2=19.6, I=18.3, R1=19.7, R2=19.5USNO-B1Query vizier around this object
29.975.0887-75.7038h=13.4, j=14.2, k=13.22MASSQuery vizier around this object

Queried USNO-B1, SDSS, 2MASS.

There are 254 stars within the position error. The full list is here.

* RA/Dec in equinox J2000

Magnitudes depend on the catalogue. e.g. For Sloan, R is the Sloan r mag, not the Johnson R from APM, for example.