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Lense-Thirring QPO model testing by QPO phenomena in GX339-4 2010 outburst

  • H. Q. Gao (a1), J. L. Qu (a1), Z. Zhang (a1) and J. N. Zhou (a1)

Abstract

Lense-Thirring QPO model is a promising model to explain QPO phenomena (Ingram et al. (2009)). In this model the QPO results from Lense-Thirring precession of a optical translucent inner hot flow in a truncated disc geometry. Now we check this model with different types QPO (see (Belloni et al. (2011)) for a recent review) of black hole transient (BHT) GX 339-4 2010 outburst and suggest type C QPOs are mainly coincident with this model prediction while type B QPOs are not.

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Belloni, T., Motta, S., & Munoz-Darias, T. 2011, BASI, 39, 409
Ingram, A., Chris, D. & Chris, Fragile P. 2009, MNRAS, 397, L101
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Lense-Thirring QPO model testing by QPO phenomena in GX339-4 2010 outburst

  • H. Q. Gao (a1), J. L. Qu (a1), Z. Zhang (a1) and J. N. Zhou (a1)

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