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ASCA Observations of the Superluminal Jet Source GRS1915+105

  • Ken Ebisawa (a1), T. Takeshima (a1), N. E. White (a1), T. Kotani (a2), T. Dotani (a3), Y. Ueda (a3), B. A. Harmon (a4), C. R. Robinson (a4), S. N. Zhang (a4), W. S. Paciesas (a5), M. Tavani (a6) and R. Foster (a7)...

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GRS1915+105 is an extraordinary X-ray transient which exhibits superluminal radio jets. In this paper, ASCA observations of the GRS1915+105 conducted from 1994 to 1997 are reported. Observations are carried out on the following dates each for ~ 20 ksec exposure; Sep 27 1994, April 20 1995, Oct 23 1996 and Apr 25 1997.

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ASCA Observations of the Superluminal Jet Source GRS1915+105

  • Ken Ebisawa (a1), T. Takeshima (a1), N. E. White (a1), T. Kotani (a2), T. Dotani (a3), Y. Ueda (a3), B. A. Harmon (a4), C. R. Robinson (a4), S. N. Zhang (a4), W. S. Paciesas (a5), M. Tavani (a6) and R. Foster (a7)...

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