Evidence of 1122 Hz X-ray burst oscillations from the neutron star x-ray transient XTE J1739-285

@article{Kaaret2007EvidenceO1,
  title={Evidence of 1122 Hz X-ray burst oscillations from the neutron star x-ray transient XTE J1739-285},
  author={P. Kaaret and Z. Prieskorn and J. Zand and S. Brandt and N. Lund and S. Mereghetti and D. Gotz and E. Kuulkers and J. Tomsick},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2007},
  volume={657}
}
We report on millisecond variability from the X-ray transient XTE J1739-285. We detected six X-ray type I bursts and found evidence for oscillations at 1122 ± 0.3 Hz in the brightest X-ray burst. Taking into consideration the power in the oscillations and the number of trials in the search, the detection is significant at the 99.96% confidence level. If the oscillations are confirmed, the oscillation frequency would suggest that XTE J1739-285 contains the fastest rotating neutron star yet found… Expand
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