Swift J174510.8-262411 in the hard intermediate state

T. Belloni, M. Cadolle Bel, P. Casella, A. Castro-Tirado, S. Corbel, M. Del Santo, E. Gallo, V. Grinberg, J. Homan, E. Kalemci, J. M. Miller, J. Miller-Jones, S. Motta, T. Munoz-Darias, M. Nowak, K. Pottschmidt, J. Rodriguez, D. Russell, J. Tomsick, J. Wilms

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Abstract

We have been monitoring densely the bright transient Swift J174510.8-262411 (previous X-ray reports include ATel #4381,#4383,#4393,#4401,#4436) with INTEGRAL and Swift. The IBIS 20-150 keV light curve showed a flux increase between 2012 Sep 16 (MJD 56186) and Sep 17 (MJD 56187) and, after a time gap in the observations, a decrease from Sep 18 (MJD 56188.7) until Sep 28 (MJD 56198), after which it has remained constant.
Original languageEnglish (US)
JournalThe Astronomer's Telegram
Volume4450
StatePublished - Oct 1 2012

Keywords

  • X-ray
  • Binary
  • Black Hole
  • Transient

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