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GCN Circulars

GCN Circulars are rapid astronomical bulletins submitted by and distributed to community members worldwide. They are used to share discoveries, observations, quantitative near-term predictions, requests for follow-up observations, or future observing plans related to high-energy, multi-messenger, and variable or transient astrophysical events. See the documentation for help with subscribing to or submitting Circulars.

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To navigate to a specific circular, enter the associated Circular ID (e.g. 'gcn123', 'Circular 123', or '123').

22 results found.

  1. GRB 050525a, Mid-Infrared Observations
  2. GRB 050525: RTT150, Optical observations
  3. GRB 050525: MITSuME Optical Observation in VRI
  4. GRB 050525 : Lulin optical afterglow observations
  5. GRB050525: Super-LOTIS observations
  6. GRB 050525, spectral lag pseudo-redshift
  7. GRB 050525a: Gemini/GMOS Spectra
  8. GRB 050525: BART optical observation
  9. GRB 050525A: BOOTES simultaneous optical observations
  10. GRB 050525A: Swift-BAT refined analysis
  11. GRB 050525B: INTEGRAL shows it is unrelated to GRB050525A
  12. Subject : GRB 050525: pseudo-redshift
  13. Swift/UVOT UV and optical detections of GRB 050525
  14. Konus-Wind observation of GRB 050525
  15. GRB 050525: TAROT observations of the early afterglow
  16. INTEGRAL detection of GRB 050525
  17. GRB 050525, infrared observations
  18. GRB 050525: Optical observation
  19. GRB 050525: observatons of the optical afterglow
  20. GRB050525: ROTSE-III Refined Analysis
  21. GRB 050525 - Very Bright, Not Short
  22. GRB 050525: Swift Detection of a Bright, Possibly Short Burst


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