Outbursts Large and Small from EXO 2030+375

@article{Wilson2008OutburstsLA,
  title={Outbursts Large and Small from EXO 2030+375},
  author={Colleen. A. Wilson and Mark H. Finger and Ascension Camero-Arranz},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2008},
  volume={678},
  pages={1263-1272}
}
During the summer of 2006, the accreting X-ray pulsar EXO 2030+375 underwent its first giant outburst since its discovery in 1985. Our observations include the first ever of the rise of a giant outburst of EXO 2030+375. EXO 2030+375 was monitored daily with the Rossi X-Ray Timing Explorer (RXTE) from 2006 June to 2007 May. During the giant outburst we discovered evidence for a cyclotron feature at ~11 keV. This feature was confidently detected for about 90 days, during the brighter portion of… Expand
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