GCN Circular 12419
A. Zauderer, E. Berger, A. M. Soderberg (Harvard), and D. A. Frail (NRAO) report: "We observed the BAT error circle of GRB 111005A (GCN #12415) with the EVLA on 2011 October 5.98 UT (15.4 hours after the burst) at a frequency of 5 GHz. We detect two sources within the error circle at the following coordinates (J2000): EVLA-S1: RA = 14:53:07.78 DEC = -19:44:12.2 EVLA-S2: RA 14:53:11.64 DEC -19:43:30.8 EVLA-S1 coincides with the disk of the z=0.01326 galaxy ESO 580-49 (Levan et al. GCN #12414), and is located about 2.5 arcsec from its bulge. It is therefore a possible counterpart of GRB 111005A. EVLA-S2 is detected in the NVSS survey with a 1.4 GHz flux density of 5.7 mJy and is thus unlikely to be related to GRB 111005A. Additional observations to check for variability of EVLA-S1 are in progress."