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AuthorsS. Migliari, J.C.A. Miller-Jones, R.P. Fender, J. Homan, T. di Salvo, R.E. Rothschild, M.P. Rupen, J.A. Tomsick, R. Wijnands, M. van der Klis
TitleLinking Jet Emission, X-Ray States, and Hard X-Ray Tails in the Neutron Star X-Ray Binary GX 17+2
JournalAstrophysical Journal
FacultyFaculty of Science
Institute/dept.FNWI: Astronomical Institute Anton Pannekoek (IAP)
AbstractWe present the results of simultaneous radio (VLA) and X-ray (RXTE) observations of the Z-type neutron star X-ray binary GX 17+2. The aim is to assess the coupling between X-ray and radio properties throughout its three rapidly variable X-ray states and during the time-resolved transitions. These observations allow us, for the first time, to investigate quantitatively the possible relations between the radio emission and the presence of hard X-ray tails and the X-ray state of the source. The observations reveal (1) a coupling between the radio jet emission and the X-ray state of the source, that is, the position in the X-ray hardness-intensity diagram (HID); (2) a coupling between the presence of a hard X-ray tail and the position in the HID, qualitatively similar to that found for the radio emission; (3) an indication of a quantitative positive correlation between the radio flux density and the X-ray flux in the hard tail power-law component; (4) evidence for the formation of a radio jet associated with the flaring branch-to-normal branch X-ray state transition; and (5) that the radio flux density of the newly formed jet stabilizes when the normal-branch oscillation (NBO) in the X-ray power spectrum stabilizes its characteristic frequency, suggesting a possible relation between X-ray variability associated with the NBO and jet formation. We discuss our results in the context of jet models.
NoteDOI: 10.1086/522516; eprintid: arXiv:0708.2296
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