- INTEGRAL sees Swift J174510.8-2624, Swift J1753.7-2544, XTE J1810-189, XTE J1739-285 to be still on, while 1E 1740.7-2942 is off
- The astronomer's telegram
- Document type
- Faculty of Science (FNWI)
- Anton Pannekoek Institute for Astronomy (API)
A new season of the INTEGRAL Bulge monitoring programme (see ATel #438) started this morning (UT 2013 Feb 11 00:57-04:39). The sources Swift J174510.8-2624 (ATels #4760, #4782), Swift J1753.7-2544 (ATels #4769, #4789), XTE J1810-189 (ATel #4752) and XTE J1739-285 (ATels #4304, #4354) are still active. Swift J174510.8-2624 and Swift J1753.7-2544 are transient black-hole candidate binaries. XTE J1810-189 and XTE J1739-285 are recurrent transient type-I X-ray bursters, and thus hosting neutron stars.
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