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X-Ray Observations of SS 433: Review and Recent Results

  • Taro Kotani (a1) (a2) (a3), David Band (a1) (a2), Eduard K. Denissyuk (a4), Nobuyuki Kawai (a3), Kenzo Kinugasa (a5), Masaaki Namiki (a6), Samar Safi-Harb (a7) and Sergei Trushkin (a8)...

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The X-ray characteristics of SS 433 are reviewed together with results of recent multi-wavelength observing campaigns.

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X-Ray Observations of SS 433: Review and Recent Results

  • Taro Kotani (a1) (a2) (a3), David Band (a1) (a2), Eduard K. Denissyuk (a4), Nobuyuki Kawai (a3), Kenzo Kinugasa (a5), Masaaki Namiki (a6), Samar Safi-Harb (a7) and Sergei Trushkin (a8)...

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