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Title: Coordinated radio afterglow program
Authors: Frail, D.A.
Kulkarni, S.R.
Wieringa, M.H.
Taylor, G.B.
Moriarty-Schieven, G.H.
Shepherd, D.S.
Wark, R.M.
Subrahmanyan, Ravi
McConnell, D.
Cunningham, S.J.
Keywords: gamma-ray sources
gamma-ray bursts
Cosmic rays
Remote observing techniques
Issue Date: 2000
Publisher: The American Institute of Physics
Citation: AIP Conference series, 2000, Vol.526, p298
Abstract: We describe a ground-based effort to find and study afterglows at centimeter and millimeter wavelengths. We have observed all well-localized gamma-ray bursts in the Northern and Southern sky since BeppoSAX first started providing rapid positions in early 1997. Of the 23 GRBs for which X-ray afterglows have been detected, 10 have optical afterglows and 9 have radio afterglows. A growing number of GRBs have both X-ray and radio afterglows but lack a corresponding optical afterglow.
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