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Simultaneous Multi-Wavelength Observations of Microquasars (The Mine Collaboration)

  • Y. Fuchs (a1), J. Rodriguez (a1) (a2), I. F. Mirabel (a1), S. E. Shaw (a2) (a3), P. Kretschmar (a2) (a4), M. Ribó (a1), S. Chaty (a1) (a5), V. Dhawan (a6), I. Brown (a7), R. Spencer (a7), G. G. Pooley (a8) and D. C. Hannikainen (a9)...

Abstract

We present the international collaboration MINE (Multi-λ INTEGRAL NEtwork) aimed at conducting multi wavelength observations of microquasars simultaneously with the INTEGRAL satellite. The first results of GRS 1915+105 are encouraging and those to come should help us to understand the physics of the accretion and ejection phenomena around a compact object.

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Presentamos la colaboración internacional MINE (Multi-λ INTEGRA NEtwork) cuya meta es llevar a cal observaciones en múltiples longitudes de onda de microcuasares de forma simultánea al satélite INTEGRA Los primeros resultados con GRS 1915+105 son muy esperanzadores y junto con los que se obtendrán en futuro nos ayudarán a comprender la física de los fenómenos de acreción y eyección relacionados con los sistem binarios compactos.

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