GCN Circular 89
D. A. Frail, G. B. Taylor (NRAO), S. R. Kulkarni (Caltech), and the BeppoSAX GRB team report: Beginning on May 19.8, May 20.6 and May 22.3 UT we observed the field containing the fading X-ray source 1SAX J2322.3+7716 (Nicastro et al. IAUC 6912) with the VLA at 8.3 GHz. The May 22.3 UT observations detected a 102+/-19 microJy radio source coincident with the optical transient first seen by Jaunsen et al. (GCN 78). The radio source VLA J2322+7715 is at ra = 23h22m21.49s dec = +77d15'43.2" (equinox J2000) with a conservative error of 0.1 arcsec in each coordinate. Re-examining this location for the data taken on May 19.8 UT and May 20.6 UT we measure a flux density of 38+/-28 and 68+/-27 microJy, respectively. We propose that VLA J2322+7715 is the radio afterglow from GRB 980519. Additional radio observations are in progress to look for significant variability. This message may be cited.