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This is an update request for the document A short gamma-ray burst apparently associated with an elliptical galaxy at redshift 0.225 by Neil Gehrels, C.L. Sarazin, Paul T. O'Brien, B. Zhang, L. Barbier, Scott D. Barthelmy, A.J. Blustin, David N. Burrows, J. Cannizzo, J.R. Cummings, Michael R. Goad, S. Holland, C.P. Hurkett, Jamie A. Kennea, Andrew J. Levan, C.B. Markwardt, K.O. Mason, P.I. Meszaros, M. Page, D. Palmer, Evert Rol, Takanori Sakamoto, Richard Willingale, Lorella Angelini, Andrew P. Beardmore, P.T. Boyd, A. Breeveld, Sergio Campana, M.M. Chester, Guido Chincarini, L.R. Cominsky, Giancarlo Cusumano, M. de Pasquale, E.E. Fenimore, Paolo Giommi, C. Gronwall, Dirk Grupe, Joanne E. Hill, D. Hinshaw, J. Hjorth, D. Hullinger, K.C. Hurley, S. Klose, Shiho Kobayashi, C. Kouveliotou, H. Krimm, V. Mangano, F.E. Marshall, K. McGowan, Alberto Moretti, R.F. Mushotzky, K. Nakazawa, J.P. Norris, John A. Nousek, Julian P. Osborne, Kim L. Page, A.M. Parsons, S. Patel, M. Perri, T. Poole, Patrizia Romano, P.W.A. Roming, S. Rosen, G. Sato, P. Schady, A.P. Smale, J. Sollerman, R. Starling, M. Still, M. Suzuki, Gianpiero Tagliaferri, T. Takahashi, M. Tashiro, J. Tueller, Alan A. Wells, N.E. White and R.A.M.J. Wijers

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