From: Goddard Space Flight Center
Posted: Wednesday, May 24, 2006
TITLE: GCN GRB OBSERVATION REPORT
SUBJECT: GRB 060522: REM NIR observations
DATE: 06/05/22 10:20:41 GMT
FROM: Stefano Covino at Brera Astronomical Observatory firstname.lastname@example.org
S. Vergani, P. D'Avanzo, S.Covino, E. Molinari, G. Chincarini, F.M. Zerbi, V. Testa, G. Tosti, F. Vitali, P. Conconi, L.A. Antonelli, G. Cutispoto, G. Malaspina, L. Nicastro, E. Palazzi, E. Meurs, and P. Goldoni report on behalf of the REM/ROSS team:
We imaged the field of GRB 060522 (Fox et al., GCN 5150) with the robotic 60-cm REM telescope located at La Silla (Chile) under mediocre weather conditions. A first set of observations was performed automatically in the near infrared (J, H, K, z bands) starting on May 22.2306 UT (about 3.3 hours after the burst). Then, we took a set of 20x100s H band images starting on May 22.2785 UT (about 4.5 hours the burst).
Preliminary analysis of both the datasets does not show any new source down to H = 16.5 and H=17.0 (3-sigma upper limits) respectively, at the position of the candidate optical afterglow reported by Fox et al. (GCN 5150) and D'Avanzo et al. (GCN 5151).
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[GCN OPS NOTE(24may06): Per author's request, Antonelli was added to the author list.]
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