GCN Circular 9042
D. A. Perley (UC Berkeley) reports: On the night of 2009-03-27 (UT) I returned to the location of the afterglow of GRB 090323 (Updike et al., GCN 9026; Cenko et al., GCN 9027) with the Nickel 40-inch telescope at Lick Observatory and acquired an additional series of 900s R-band exposures between 05:12 and 12:26 UT totaling 260 minutes of integration time. While not clearly visible in individual exposures, the afterglow is detected in stacked frames. Using the calibration star of Kann et al. (GCN 9033), I measure a magnitude of R = 22.63 +/- 0.18 at an observation mid-point of t = 4.36 days in a stack of all observations throughout the night, consistent with the absence of a break in the light curve reported by Kann et al. (GCN 9041). I thank Mo Ganeshalingam for the exchange of observing time.