Light Curves and Radio Structure of the 1999 September Transient Event in V4641 Sagittarii (=XTE J1819-254=SAX J1819.3-2525)

@article{Hjellming2000LightCA,
  title={Light Curves and Radio Structure of the 1999 September Transient Event in V4641 Sagittarii (=XTE J1819-254=SAX J1819.3-2525)},
  author={R. Hjellming and M. Rupen and R. Hunstead and D. Campbell-Wilson and A. Mioduszewski and B. Gaensler and D. A. Smith and R. Sault and R. Fender and R. Spencer and C. Force and A. Richards and S. Garrington and S. Trushkin and F. Ghigo and E. Waltman and M. McCollough},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2000},
  volume={544},
  pages={977-992}
}
We report on radio observations of the 1999 September event of the X-ray transient V4641 Sgr (=XTE J1819-254=SAX J1819.3-2525). This event was extremely rapid in its rise and decay across radio, optical, and X-ray wavelengths; the X-rays rose to 12 crab within 8 hr and faded to below 0.1 crab in less than 2 hr. Radio observations were made with seven telescopes during the first day following the onset of the strong X-ray event, revealing a strong radio source that was detected for 3 further… Expand

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