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IBAS alert detailed data

pkt_typeWAKEUP
pkt_time2004-09-12 15:32:10
alert_number1980
alert_subnum0
grb_time2004-09-12 15:31:54
grb_sigma10.6685
grb_ra19.6571
grb_dec63.7516
grb_pos_err2.98395
grb_tbin10
det_flags303
att_flagsPREDICTED
commenttriggernum=21084_0003426
notes4U 0115+63, not blacklisted at the time of trigger (added to the list some time later).
The 2 WAKEUP alerts 1979 and 1980 which refer to the same event/outburst were generated because positions computed by 2 different IBAS monitors were off from each other by more than the threshold. Similar problem was for GRB040422 (ibas alerts 1756/1757/1758). Threshold was increased so that the problem should not occur again. On the side note, OMC recommanding was generated for this event (and subsequently uploaded to the S/C)

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