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The Global X-Ray Burst Behaviour of KS 1731-260

  • R. Cornelisse (a1)

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An overview is given of the type I X-ray burst properties of the transient KS 1731-260. These characteristics appear to be proto-typical for all type I X-ray bursters, and stable helium burning occuring at high mass accretion rates could explain them.

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Se presenta, una revisión de las propiedades de los brotes de rayos X de tipo I del sistema transitorio KS1731-260. Estas características parecen ser prototípicas para todos los brotes de rayos X de tipo I y podrían explicarse por la, quema estable de helio que ocurre a altas tasas de acreción de masa.

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The Global X-Ray Burst Behaviour of KS 1731-260

  • R. Cornelisse (a1)

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