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FRB Catalogue

This catalogue contains up to date information for the published population of Fast Radio Bursts (FRBs). This site is maintained by the FRBcat team and is updated as new sources are published or refined numbers become available. Information for each burst is divided into two categories: intrinsic properties measured using the available data, and derived parameters produced using a model. The intrinsic parameters should be taken as lower limits, as the position within the telescope beam is uncertain. Models used in this analysis are the NE2001 Galactic electron distribution (Cordes & Lazio, 2002), and the Cosmology Calculator (Wright, 2006).

You may use the data presented in this catalogue for publications; however, we ask that you cite the paper, when available (Petroff et al., 2016) and provide the url (http://www.astronomy.swin.edu.au/pulsar/frbcat/).

Catalogue Version 1.0

Event Telescope gl [deg] gb [deg] FWHM [deg] DM [cm-3 pc] S/N Wobs [ms] Speak,obs [Jy] Fobs [Jy ms] Ref
FRB010125 parkes 356.641 -20.020 0.25 790(3) 17 9.40+0.20-0.20 0.30 2.82 1
FRB010621 parkes 25.433 -4.003 0.25 745(10) 7.00 0.41 2.87 2
FRB010724 parkes 300.653 -41.805 0.25 375 23 5.00 >30.00+10.00-10.00 >150.00 3
FRB090625 parkes 226.443 -60.030 0.25 899.55(1) 30 1.92+0.83-0.77 1.14+0.42-0.21 2.19+2.10-1.12 4
FRB110220 parkes 50.828 -54.766 0.25 944.38(5) 49 5.60+0.10-0.10 1.30+0.00-0.00 7.28+0.13-0.13 5
FRB110523 GBT 56.119 -37.819 0.26 623.30(6) 42 1.73+0.17-0.17 0.60 1.04 6
FRB110626 parkes 355.861 -41.752 0.25 723.0(3) 11 1.40 0.40 0.56 5
FRB110703 parkes 80.997 -59.019 0.25 1103.6(7) 16 4.30 0.50 2.15 5
FRB120127 parkes 49.287 -66.203 0.25 553.3(3) 11 1.10 0.50 0.55 5
FRB121002 parkes 308.219 -26.264 0.25 1629.18(2) 16 5.44+3.50-1.20 0.43+0.33-0.06 2.34+4.46-0.77 4
FRB121102 arecibo 174.950 -0.225 0.05 557(2) 14 3.00+0.50-0.50 0.40+0.40-0.10 1.20+1.60-0.45 7
FRB130626 parkes 7.450 27.420 0.25 952.4(1) 21 1.98+1.20-0.44 0.74+0.49-0.11 1.47+2.45-0.50 4
FRB130628 parkes 225.955 30.655 0.25 469.88(1) 29 0.64+0.13-0.13 1.91+0.29-0.23 1.22+0.47-0.37 4
FRB130729 parkes 324.787 54.744 0.25 861(2) 14 15.61+9.98-6.27 0.22+0.17-0.05 3.43+6.55-1.81 4
FRB131104 parkes 260.549 -21.925 0.25 779(1) 30 2.08 1.12 2.33 8
FRB140514 parkes 50.841 -54.611 0.25 562.7(6) 16 2.80+3.50-0.70 0.47+0.11-0.08 1.32+2.34-0.50 9
FRB150418 parkes 232.665 -3.234 0.25 776.2(5) 39 0.80+0.30-0.30 2.20+0.60-0.30 1.76+1.32-0.81 10
FRB150807 parkes 336.709 -54.400 0.25 266.5(1) 0.35+0.05-0.05 128.00+5.00-5.00 44.80+8.40-7.90 11

The full catalogue can be viewed in tabular format or downloaded as

Version Notes

Version 1.0: This catalogue contains all currently available FRBs with their publication values and re-analysis described in Petroff et al. (2016). New FRBs will be added to the catalogue as they become available but will not precipitate a new version. Minor corrections to the catalogue may be performed without new version notes. New versions will be released as new analysis is performed on the sample, new parameters are added to the catalogue, or new cosmological/progenitor considerations become necessary.

References

ID Title Reference
1 The Galactic Position Dependence of Fast Radio Bursts and the Discovery of FRB011025 Burke-Spolaor S., Bannister K. W., 2014, ApJ, 792, 19
2 Rotating Radio Transients: new discoveries, timing solutions and musings Keane E. F., Kramer M., Lyne A. G., Stappers B. W., McLaughlin M. A., 2011, MNRAS, 415, 3065
3 A Bright Millisecond Radio Burst of Extragalactic Origin Lorimer D. R., Bailes M., McLaughlin M. A., Narkevic, D. J., Crawford F., 2007, Science, 318, 777
4 Five new Fast Radio Bursts from the HTRU high latitude survey: first evidence for two-component bursts Champion D. J. et al. 2016, MNRAS Letters
5 A Population of Fast Radio Bursts at Cosmological Distances Thornton D. et al., 2013, Science, 341, 53
6 Dense magnetized plasma associated with a fast radio burst Masui K. et al., 2015, Nature, 528, 523
7 Fast Radio Burst Discovered in the Arecibo Pulsar ALFA Survey Spitler L. G. et al., 2014, ApJ, 790, 101
8 A Fast Radio Burst in the Direction of the Carina Dwarf Spheroidal Galaxy Ravi V., Shannon R. M., Jameson A., 2015, ApJ, 799, L5
9 A real-time fast radio burst: polarization detection and multiwavelength follow-up Petroff E. et al., 2015, MNRAS, 447, 246
10 The host galaxy of a fast radio burst Keane E. F. et al., 2016, Nature, 530, 453-456.
11 The magnetic field and turbulence of the cosmic web measured using a brilliant fast radio burst Ravi, V. and Shannon, R. M. et al., 2016, Science