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Table 3

Main parameters of the Fermi GRB sample presented in this work and of the supernovae associated with these bursts.

GRB RA Dec Error T 90 Fluence Peak flux SN Date RA Dec z
GBM GBM radius (0.01–1) MeV (0.01–1) MeV discovery SN SN
(deg) (deg) (deg) (s) (erg cm-2) (photon cm-2) (deg) (deg)

090320B 183.4 49.8 9.5 29.2 1.67 × 10-6 4.35 ± 0.25 2009di 2009 03 21 174.2411 45.0141 0.13
090426B 17.6 –19.2 18.1 16.1 6.77 × 10-7 2.03 ± 0.18 2009em 2009 05 05 8.6855 –8.3993 0.006
110911A 258.58 –66.98 50.0* 8.96 5.94 × 10-7 2.38 ± 0.41 2011gw 2011 09 15 112.0709 –62.3552 0.01
120121B 235.67 –39.34 7.9 18.4 1.95 × 10-6 2.66 ± 0.21 2012ba 2012 01 21 230.6047 –38.2012 0.017

130702A 228.15 16.58 13.02 59 6.3 × 10-6 7.03 ± 0.86 2013dx 2013 07 08 217.3116 15.7740 0.145

Notes. We also report the already known GRB-SN connection that we have found with our code in the last row of the table.

(*)

Nominal maximum value for the error radius of bursts detected by a single GBM detector.

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