Black hole candidate XTE J1752-223: Swift observations of canonical states during outburst

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Journal Articles
Full Title
Black hole candidate XTE J1752-223: Swift observations of canonical states during outburst
Author(s)
Curran P, Maccarone T, Casella P, Evans P, Landsman W, Krimm H, Brocksopp C, Still M
Publication Title
MONTHLY NOTICES OF THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY
Publication Title (abbreviated)
MON NOTIC ROY ASTRON SOC
Publication Date
2011 Jan 1
DOI
10.1111/j.1365-2966.2010.17460.x
ISSN
0035-8711
Volume
410
Issue
1
Page Count
7
First Page
541
Last Page
547
Keyword(s)
Astronomy & Astrophysics, binaries: close, stars: individual: XTE J1752-223, X-rays: binaries, X-rays: bursts, X-RAY TELESCOPE, ULTRAVIOLET/OPTICAL TELESCOPE, MULTIWAVELENGTH OBSERVATIONS, AQUILA X-1, HARD STATE, VARIABILITY, EMISSION, DISC, CALIBRATION, J1550-564
Citation
Curran P, Maccarone T, Casella P, Evans P, Landsman W, Krimm H, Brocksopp C, Still M. Black hole candidate XTE J1752-223: Swift observations of canonical states during outburst. MON NOTIC ROY ASTRON SOC. 2011;410 (1):541-547.
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