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Swift Trigger: 842475

Presumed name: GRB 180618A

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BAT 11h 19m 44.88s, +73° 50′ 52.8″
position:(169.937, +73.848 ± 180″)
XRT 11h 19m 45.57s, +73° 50′ 11.1″
position:(169.93987, 73.83643 ± 3.6″)
UVOT 11h 19m 45.77s, +73° 50′ 13.2″
position:(169.9407, +73.8370 ± 1.1″)
Galactic NHI:3.73×100 cm-2
Galactic E(B-V):0.054 mag
Best RA:11h 19m 45.77s= 169.9407 d
Best Dec:+73° 50′ 13.2″= +73.8370 d
Gal Lat:41.77
Gal Long:131.29
Sun angle:65.85°, -5.6 hr East of Sun

1Sper #3 auto processing.

GCN Notices for this burst.

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Observability of this burst for Swift.

Sun angle for this burst.

UVOT data

No UVOT images are currently available.


SPER results page for this trigger.

Image of the SPER data

There are 5 SPER messages, and 1 objects have been found

See the SPER page for details of how this position was produced.

Known transients within 5′ of the GRB

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Offset (′′)RA DecDate reportedSource MiscQuery
0.1′′169.9407573.83703GCN #22790GRB 180618A: Swift detection of a burst with an optical counterpartVizier logo
0.4′′169.9410073.83708GCN #22810GRB 180618A: Swift/UVOT DetectionVizier logo
1.3′′169.9414273.83731GCN #22791GRB 180618A: Enhanced Swift-XRT positionVizier logo
43.8′′169.9480073.82500GCN #22796GRB 180618A: Swift-BAT refined analysis (a short GRB with extended emission)Vizier logo

Catalogue Searches. Searched 3.33′ around XRT position

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RA*Dec*SIMBAD name Query
139.6170.077973.8417NVSS J112018+735030Query 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
11.5169.930173.8381B1=20.7, I=18.9USNO-B1Query vizier around this object
69.4169.974973.8531B=21.5, R=19.4APM-NQuery vizier around this object
70.9170.010173.8388B=21.5, R=19.8APM-NQuery vizier around this object
73.5169.902673.8540B1=20.7, I=18.3USNO-B1Query vizier around this object
83.7169.856673.8382B1=20.0, B2=18.9, R1=16.9USNO-B1Query vizier around this object
86.8169.892773.8567I=18.6, R1=19.2USNO-B1Query vizier around this object
109.1169.839873.8484I=19.1, R1=20.0USNO-B1Query vizier around this object
109.6169.956373.8063I=18.9, R1=18.3USNO-B1Query vizier around this object
114.8169.937973.8683B1=20.5, R1=19.1USNO-B1Query vizier around this object
122.7169.879073.8660B2=21.5, R1=19.0USNO-B1Query vizier around this object


There are 19 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
8.8169.933873.8382h=15.4, j=16.1, k=15.02MASSQuery vizier around this object
8.9169.933973.8383B2=21.5, I=18.0, R1=19.6USNO-B1Query vizier around this object
37.2169.931673.8465B1=20.7, R1=20.2USNO-B1Query vizier around this object
38.7169.941873.8257B1=20.6, B2=20.0, I=16.4, R1=17.7, R2=18.0USNO-B1Query vizier around this object
38.8169.942173.8257h=14.1, j=14.8, k=14.02MASSQuery vizier around this object
55.7169.890573.8435h=13.8, j=14.5, k=13.82MASSQuery vizier around this object
55.9169.890473.8436B1=18.8, B2=18.4, I=15.8, R1=16.2, R2=16.3USNO-B1Query vizier around this object
66.1170.000673.8293B2=21.2, R1=19.2USNO-B1Query vizier around this object
68.2169.900273.8518h=13.7, j=14.0, k=13.72MASSQuery vizier around this object
68.5169.900073.8519B1=16.3, B2=16.2, I=15.0, R1=15.0, R2=15.2USNO-B1Query vizier around this object

Queried USNO-B1, SDSS, 2MASS.

There are 44 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.