Long term variability of Cygnus X-1 - III. Radio–X-ray correlations

@article{Gleiner2004LongTV,
  title={Long term variability of Cygnus X-1 - III. Radio–X-ray correlations},
  author={Thomas Glei{\ss}ner and J{\"o}rn Wilms and Guy G. Pooley and Michael A. Nowak and Katja Pottschmidt and Sera B. Markoff and Sebastian Heinz and Marc Klein-Wolt and Robert P. Fender and R. Staubert Iaa Tuebingen and University of Warwick and Mrao and Mit and Mpe and Isdc and University of Amsterdam},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2004},
  volume={425},
  pages={1061-1068}
}
Long time scale radio-X-ray correlations in black holes during the hard state have been found in many sources and there seems to emerge a universal underlying relationship which quantitatively describes this behavior. Although it would appear only natural to detect short term emission patterns in the X-ray and - with a certain time lag - in the radio, there has been little evidence for this up to now. The most prominent source for radio-X-ray correlations on short time scales (minutes) so far… Expand

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