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GCN Circular 14796

GRB 130606A: 10.4m GTC refined redshift z = 5.91
2013-06-07T01:59:16Z (11 years ago)
Alberto Castro-Tirado at Astro. de Andalucia <>
A. J. Castro-Tirado, R. S�nchez-Ram�rez (IAA-CSIC), J. Gorosabel (EHU-UPV,
IAA-CSIC), M. Jelinek, J. C. Tello, P. Ferrero, O. Lara-Gil, R. Cunniffe
(IAA-CSIC), D. P�rez-Ram�rez (U. Ja�n), S. Guziy (Nikolaev Univ.), P. Kubanek (FZU),
J. M. Castro Cer�n (ESAC), A. Fern�ndez-Soto (UV), S. Mottola (DLR), S. Hellmich (DLR),
R. Fern�ndez-Mu�oz (EELM-CSIC), V. F. Mu�oz-Mart�nez (UMA), L.
Sabau-Graziati (INTA), A. Mart�n-Carrillo (UCD), J. Cepa (IAC), A. Tejero
and C. �lvarez-Iglesias (GTC), on behalf of a larger collaboration,

�A detailed analysis of our 10.4m GTC spectrum reported on GCNC 14790
reveals several absorption metallic lines (N V, Si II and Si IV amongst
others) at a common redshift of z = 5.91 which we propose to be the
redshift of GRB 130606A.�

[GCN OPS NOTE(10jun13): Per author's request, SG was added to the author list.]
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