The soft X-ray transient (SXT) GRO J0422+32 (Nova Persei 1992) was detected with the Burst And Transient Source Experiment (BATSE) on board the CGRO on 1992 August 5 (Paciesas et al. 1992) (Truncated Julian Day [TJD] 8839). The source intensity of GRO J0422+32 increased rapidly, reaching a flux of ~ 3 Crab (40-230 keV) within days after its first detection (Harmon et al. 1992). Hereafter, the X-ray intensity of the source decreased exponentially with a decay time of ~ 43 days (Vikhlinin et al. 1995). A secondary maximum of the X-ray intensity was reached at TJD 8978, 139 days after the first detection of the source. The daily averaged flux history of GRO J0422+32 in the 40-150 keV energy band is presented in Figure 1.