A Hard X-ray survey of the Galactic Center with INTEGRAL/IBIS. Catalog of sources

  title={A Hard X-ray survey of the Galactic Center with INTEGRAL/IBIS. Catalog of sources},
  author={M.Revnivtsev and R.Sunyaev and D.Varshalovich and V.Zheleznyakov and A.Cherepashchuk and A.Lutovinov and E.Churazov and S.Grebenev and M.Gilfanov},
During the period Aug.23-Sept.24 2003, the INTEGRAL observatory performed an ultra deep survey of the Galactic Center region with a record sensitivity at energies higher than 20 keV. We have analized images of the Galactic Center region obtained with the ISGRI detector of the IBIS telescope (15-200 keV) and present here a catalog of detected sources. In total, 60 sources with a flux higher than 1.5 mCrab have been detected. 44 of them were earlier identified as Galactic binary systems, 3 are… 

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