GRB100410_072940_SWIFT at TAROT Calern observatory

TAROT Calern observatory log of images

AL_20100411_024352223_387928_91723900     0 star  filter V [69183.8s - 69363.8s] expo=180s elev= 1.4deg humid= 61% sunelev=-22.8deg (moon at  55.0deg phase=0.21 elev= -6.0 )
AL_20100411_024711395_387928_91723900     0 star  filter R [69383.4s - 69563.4s] expo=180s elev= 1.8deg humid= 62% sunelev=-22.3deg (moon at  55.0deg phase=0.21 elev= -6.0 )
AL_20100411_025029848_387928_91723900     0 star  filter I [69582.9s - 69762.9s] expo=180s elev= 2.1deg humid= 62% sunelev=-21.8deg (moon at  55.0deg phase=0.21 elev= -5.0 )
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Galactic coordinates

Galactic coordinates : lon=4.854390 lat=-22.976935
NASA/IPAC-Extragalactic-Database tool for calculate an extinction

Extinction from Schlegel et al. (1998, ApJ 500, 525): E(B-V)=0.569
Assuming Rv=3.1: Av=1.888 Ar=1.522 Ai=1.105 Extinction map E(B-V) from Schlegel:

Field of View is about 70 arcmin (north is NOT up !)

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GRB 100410: TAROT Calern observatory optical observations
Klotz A. (CESR-OMP), Gendre B. (IASF),
Boer M. (OHP-OAMP), Atteia J.L. (LATT-OMP) report:

We imaged the field of GRB 100410 detected by SWIFT
(trigger 419015) with the TAROT robotic telescope (D=25cm)
located at the Calern observatory, France.

The observations started 69183.8s after the GRB trigger
(XXXs after the notice). The elevation of the field increased from
1 degrees above horizon and weather conditions
were XXX.

---- NO
The date of trigger : t0 = 2010-04-10T07:27:40.540

The first image is trailed with a duration of 180.0s
(see the description in Klotz et al., 2006, A&A 451, L39).
We do not detect any OT with a limiting magnitude of:
t0+69183.8s to t0+69363.8s : R > 15.1

The second image is 180.0s exposure in tracking mode:
t0+69383.4s to t0+69563.4s : R > 16.2

We co-added a series of exposures:
t0+69383.4s to t0+69762.9s : R > 17.7
---- YES
We detect a new fading source in the error box given by SWIFT
We detected the candidate couterpart mentioned by XXX et al. (GCNC XXXX)
at the following position (+/- 3 arcsec):

RA(J2000.0) = XXh XXm XX.XXs
DEC(J2000.0) +XXd XX' XX.X"

OT was R~XX.X at 69183.8s after GRB.

Magnitudes were estimated with the nearby USNO-B1 stars
and are not corrected for galactic dust extinction.

N.B. Galactic coordinates are lon=  4.8544 lat=-22.9769
and the galactic extinction in R band is 1.5 magnitudes
estimated from D. Schlegel et al. 1998ApJ...500..525S.

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