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2007ApJ...663L..97W - Astrophys. J., 663, L97-L100 (2007/July-2)

Correlated radio-X-ray variability of galactic black holes: a radio-X-ray flare in Cygnus X-1.

WILMS J., POTTSCHMIDT K., POOLEY G.G., MARKOFF S., NOWAK M.A., KREYKENBOHM I. and ROTHSCHILD R.E.

Abstract (from CDS):

We report on the first detection of a quasi-simultaneous radio-X-ray flare of Cygnus X-1. The detection was made on 2005 April 16 with pointed observations by the RXTE and the Ryle telescope, during a phase where the black hole candidate was close to a transition from its soft state to its hard state. The radio flare lagged the X-rays by ∼7 minutes, peaking at 3:20 hr barycentric time (TDB 2,453,476.63864). We discuss this lag in the context of models explaining such flaring events as the ejection of electron bubbles emitting synchrotron radiation.

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Journal keyword(s): Accretion, Accretion Disks - Black Hole Physics - X-Rays: Binaries - X-Rays: Stars

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