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The 0.1-100 keV Spectrum of Centaurus X-3: Pulse Phase Spectroscopy of the Cyclotron Line and Magnetic Field Structure
We report spectral and temporal analysis of the X-ray pulsar Centaurus X-3 out of eclipse observed by BeppoSAX. The broadband spectrum (0.12-100 keV) is well described by an absorbed power law
The Broadband Spectrum of MXB 1728–34 Observed by BeppoSAX
We report on the results of a broadband (0.1-100 keV) spectral analysis of the bursting atoll source MXB 1728-34 (4U 1728-34) observed by the BeppoSAX satellite. Three bursts were present during this
The Discovery of a State-Dependent Hard Tail in the X-Ray Spectrum of the Luminous Z Source GX 17+2
We report results of a BeppoSAX (0.1-200 keV) observation of the Z-type low-mass X-ray binary GX 17+2. The source was on the so-called horizontal and normal branches. Energy spectra were selected
The 0.1-100 keV Spectrum of LMC X-4 in the High State: Evidence for a High-Energy Cyclotron Absorption Line
We report the spectral analysis of the X-ray pulsar LMC X-4 in its high state, out of eclipse, observed by BeppoSAX. During this observation no coherent pulsations are detected. The primary continuum
Probing the inner region of Cygnus X-1 in the low/hard state through its x-ray broadband spectrum.
We present the broadband X-ray spectrum of Cyg X-1 in the low/hard state as observed by the instruments on board BeppoSAX. The spectrum spans from 0.1 to 200 keV, allowing the total accretion
On the spectral evolution of Cygnus X{2 along its color-color diagram
We report on the results of a broad band (0.1{200 keV) spectral study of Cyg X{2 using two BeppoSAX observations taken in 1996 and 1997, respectively, for a total eective on-source time of100 ks. The
The Two-Component X-Ray Broadband Spectrum of X Persei Observed by BeppoSAX
We report temporal and broadband (0.1-200 keV) spectral analysis of the Be/X-ray binary X Persei observed by the Narrow Field Instruments (NFI) on board the BeppoSAX satellite. The source luminosity
A Broad Iron Line in the Chandra High Energy Transmission Grating Spectrum of 4U 1705-44
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The iron Kα line at ~6.5 keV is found to be intrinsically broad (FWHM ~ 1.2 keV); its width can be explained by reflection from a cold accretion disk extending down to ~15 km from the neutron star center or by Compton broadening in the external parts of a hot Comptonizing corona.
BeppoSAX Serendipitous Discovery of the X-Ray Pulsar SAX J1802.7–2017
We report on the serendipitous discovery of a new X-ray source, SAX J1802.7-2017, ~22' away from the bright X-ray source GX 9+1, during a BeppoSAX observation of the latter source on 2001 September
Detection of a Hard Tail in the X-Ray Spectrum of the Z Source GX 349+2
We present the results of a BeppoSAX observation of the Z source GX 349+2 covering the energy range 0.1-200 keV. The presence of flares in the light curve indicates that the source was in the flaring
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