VLA detection of a likely radio counterpart of IGR J17494-3030

J. van den Eijnden, N. Degenaar, R. Wijnands, T. D. Russell, Mitchel Stoop, M. Armas Padilla, David Russell, D. Maitra, C. O. Heinke, G. R. Sivakoff, A. W. Shaw, T. Maccarone, J. C.A. Miller-Jones, A. Bahramian

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IGR J17494-3030 is a transient X-ray binary that was recently reported to be in outburst by INTEGRAL (ATel #14119). Follow-up NICER observations have subsequently shown the presence of X-ray pulsations at 376 Hz (ATel #14124), confirming the neutron star nature of the compact object and identifying IGR J17494-3030 as an accreting millisecond X-ray pulsar (AMXP).
Original languageEnglish (US)
PublisherThe Astronomer's Telegram
Number of pages1
StatePublished - Oct 30 2020


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