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Balloon Observations of Several Southern X-Ray Sources

  • J. G. Greenhill (a1), M. L Duldig (a1), M. W. Emery (a1), A. G. Fenton (a1), K. B. Fenton (a1), R. M. Thomas (a1) and D. J. Watts (a1)...


The University of Tasmania balloon-borne large area X-ray telescope was flown from Alice Springs on 20 November 1978. A number of known X-ray sources were observed and a transient increase believed to be a gamma ray burst was detected.



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