Quasi-simultaneous XMM-Newton and VLA observation of the non-thermal radio emitter HD 168112 (O5.5III(f^+))

@article{Becker2004QuasisimultaneousXA,
  title={Quasi-simultaneous XMM-Newton and VLA observation of the non-thermal radio emitter HD 168112 (O5.5III(f^+))},
  author={M. D. Becker and G. Rauw and R. Blomme and W. Waldron and H. Sana and J. Pittard and P. Eenens and I. Stevens and M. Runacres and S. Loo and A. Pollock},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2004},
  volume={420},
  pages={1061-1077}
}
We report the results of a multiwavelength study of the non-thermal radio emitter HD 168112 (O5.5III(f + )). The detailed analysis of two quasi-simultaneous XMM-Newton and VLA observations reveals strong variability of this star both in the X-ray and radio ranges. The X-ray observations separated by five months reveal a decrease of the X-ray flux of ∼30%. The radio emission on the other hand increases by a factor 5-7 between the two observations obtained roughly simultaneously with the XMM… Expand
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