2004A&A...424..833C


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2004A&A...424..833C - Astronomy and Astrophysics, volume 424, 833-839 (2004/9-4)

On the constraining observations of the dark GRB 001109 and the properties of a z = 0.398 radio selected starburst galaxy contained in its error box.

CASTRO CERON J.M., GOROSABEL J., CASTRO-TIRADO A.J., SOKOLOV V.V., AFANASIEV V.L., FATKHULLIN T.A., DODONOV S.N., KOMAROVA V.N., CHEREPASHCHUK A.M., POSTNOV K.A., LISENFELD U., GREINER J., KLOSE S., HJORTH J., FYNBO J.P.U., PEDERSEN H., ROL E., FLIRI J., FELDT M., FEULNER G., ANDERSEN M.I., JENSEN B.L., PEREZ RAMIREZ M.D., VRBA F.J., HENDEN A.A., ISRAELIAN G. and TANVIR N.R.

Abstract (from CDS):

We present optical and NIR (near infrared) follow up observations of the GRB 001109 from 1 to 300 days after the burst. No transient emission was found at these wavelengths within this GRB's (Gamma Ray Burst) 50" radius BeppoSAX error box. Strong limits (3σ) are set with: R> 21, 10.2 h after the GRB; I>23, 11.4h after the GRB; H>20.7, 9.9h after the GRB; and KS>20, 9.6h after the GRB. We discuss whether the radio source found in the GRB's error box (Taylor et al., 2000GCN...880....1T) might be related to the afterglow. We also present a multiwavelength study of a reddened starburst galaxy, found coincident with the potential radio and the X-ray afterglow. We show that our strong I band upper limit makes of the GRB 001109 the darkest one localised by the BeppoSAX's NFI (Narrow Field Instrument), and it is one of the most constraining upper limits on GRB afterglows to date. Further to it, the implications of these observations in the context of dark GRBs are considered.

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Journal keyword(s): gamma rays: bursts - Galaxy: fundamental parameters - techniques: photometric

Nomenclature: Table 2: [CGC2004] Star N (Nos 1-8). Fig.4: [CGC2004] Object A (Nos A-B).

CDS comments: VLA J1830+5518 = NAME VLA J1830+5518 in SIMBAD.

Simbad objects: 17

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Number of rows : 17

N Identifier Otype ICRS (J2000)
RA
ICRS (J2000)
DEC
Mag U Mag B Mag V Mag R Mag I Sp type #ref
1850 - 2020
#notes
1 GRB 000210 gB 01 59 15 -40 40.0           ~ 164 0
2 GRB 990806 gB 03 10.5 -68 07           ~ 35 0
3 GRB 990704 gB 12 19 27.3 -03 50 22           ~ 50 0
4 [CGC2004] Star 5 * 18 29 48.8978666895 +55 19 20.351246870   19.27 18.33     ~ 1 0
5 [CGC2004] Star 1 * 18 29 52.5250802121 +55 16 37.556236246   18.53 17.95     ~ 1 0
6 [CGC2004] Object B G 18 30 +55.3           ~ 1 1
7 [CGC2004] Object A G 18 30 +55.3           ~ 1 1
8 [CGC2004] Star 3 * 18 30 02.8723384554 +55 17 03.122537730   18.48 17.55     ~ 1 0
9 [CGC2004] Star 4 * 18 30 03.9855910564 +55 17 33.523094523   19.99 18.97     ~ 1 0
10 NAME VLA J1830+5518 Rad 18 30 06.51 +55 18 35.7           ~ 2 1
11 GRB 001109 gB 18 30 07.8 +55 17 56           ~ 38 0
12 [CGC2004] Star 8 * 18 30 14.57 +55 20 43.3   18.62 17.28     ~ 1 0
13 [CGC2004] Star 2 * 18 30 18.5940513406 +55 16 46.456193483   19.57 18.49     ~ 1 0
14 [CGC2004] Star 7 * 18 30 20.65 +55 19 40.7   20.49 20.05     ~ 1 0
15 [CGC2004] Star 6 * 18 30 22.09 +55 19 36.9   19.45 19.03     ~ 1 0
16 SA 113- reg 21 40 58.9 +00 27 43           ~ 55 0
17 GRB 981226 gB 23 29 37.2 -23 55 54           ~ 100 1

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