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GCN Circular 36744

Subject
GRB 240619A: detection of a radio counterpart with AMI-LA
Date
2024-06-24T10:36:50Z (25 days ago)
From
Lauren Rhodes at Oxford <lauren.rhodes@physics.ox.ac.uk>
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Lauren Rhodes, Rob Fender (Oxford), Dave Green, Dave Titterington (Cambridge) report:

We observed the field of GRB 240619a (GCN 36694) with the Arcminute Microkelvin Imager - Large Array (AMI-LA) at 15.5 GHz beginning at UT 13:45:34 on 22-June-2024 for a total of 4 hours. The flux standard 3c286 was used to calibrate the bandpass response and flux scale of the AMI-LA and J1051+2119 was used as an interleaved complex gain calibrator.

We detected an unresolved radio source at the position of the afterglow candidate (GCN 36715) with a flux density of about 1.5mJy/beam. The rms noise in the field is about 60uJy/beam.

More observations are ongoing.

We thank the staff at the Mullard Radio Astronomy Observatory for carrying out these observations and operating the AMI-LA.
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