GCN Circular 5953
N. Butler (U.C. Berkeley) reports: We centroid on a faint and fading source 20" away from the initial refined XRT team position (GCN5932). Using 6 optical/X-ray matches, we find an astrometry corrected position (v2.9) relative to 2MASS of: RA, Dec: 10 41 39.32 -21 07 22.1 ; +/-3.8" (90% Conf.) (J2000.0) The candidate from GCN5948 is 14" from our position, however this is likely a star (GCN5949). Our position is 5.7" away from Source G1 in GCN5949 and 11.4" away from Source G2 in GCN5949. Our position therefore favors associating source G1 with the short GRB host galaxy. Our position has remained stable for several days as new XRT data reach our computers (http://astro.berkeley.edu/~nat/swift/xrt_pos.html). The reductions, which take into account bad detector columns, are described in Butler (2006; AJ accepted; astro-ph/0611031). The disagreement of our position with the original XRT team refined position lead to a retraction of that position. The new XRT team position (GCN5947) is consistent with ours. Thanks to J. Bloom and A. Kann for helping to discover the discrepancy with the XRT Team position.