GCN Circular 9340
D. Malesani (DARK/NBI) reports: The coordinates of the afterglow reported in GCN 9338 (Olofsson et al.) are wrong. The correct ones (referenced to USNO-B1 stars, 0.3" error) are: RA(J2000) = 22:14:12.56 Dec(J2000) = -26:34:59.0 These coordinates are 0.7" away from the UVOT position (Marshall & Hoversten, GCN 9332) and indeed consistent within their quoted error. The object identified in the finding chart posted at http://www.astro.ku.dk/~malesani/GRB/090510/090510_finder.png is correctly the afterglow. I thank Frank Marshall for pointing out the mistake, and regret for any confusion that this may have created. No blame should go to the other co-authors of GCN 9338.