Recent Changes - Search:

External links

edit SideBar

Burst Example

This page shows an example page for a burst. Under development

SLX 1737-282

MJD 53073.72133 - 2004 Mar 09 17:18:43 - JEM-X1 - SCW 017100750010

Click for table parameters | time-resolved spectroscopy

This page displays the lightcurve and parameters in MINBAR DR1 for this event (Galloway et al. 2020).

This plot shows the segment of the 1-s binned lightcurve surrounding the event. Shaded regions indicate the error range for the count rate. The plot is resizeable; just click and drag on the figure area with the mouse. Double-click to restore the original shape. The figure in the box at the lower-left is the window size for the rolling average

Table parameters

Parameters from the MINBAR DR1 analysis for this burst; click here for a description of each parameter.

TIME53073.72133MJD UT
TIME2004 Mar 09 17:18:43UT
peak flux3.3 ± 0.6count s-1 cm-2
pers. flux12.3 ± 1.210-9 erg cm-2 s-1

Time-resolved spectroscopy

This is not time-resolved spectroscopy of the above burst, but is included to demonstrate what the plot would look like if available

The figure shows the results of time-resolved spectroscopic analysis. The estimated bolometric flux is plotted as green symbols & line, in units of 10-9 erg cm-2 s-1 (inner left-hand y-scale). The blackbody temperature kT is shown as purple symbols & line (right-hand y-axis, units of keV) and the normalisation as the aqua symbols & line (outermost left-hand y-scale, units of R2/d2, where R is the emitting radius in km, and d the distance to the source in units of 10 kpc).

This version of the data now includes deadtime correction (see and has the updated effective area of the v11.7 responses (see

All uncertainties are at 1-sigma (68%) confidence. Note that the time value specifies the MIDPOINT of the time bin

For full details of the source sample see the MINBAR home page

back to the MINBAR wiki

Edit - History - Print - Recent Changes - Search
Page last modified on September 21, 2020, at 06:10 AM