The early phase of a H1743-322 outburst observed by INTEGRAL, RXTE, Swift, and XMM/Newton

@article{Prat2009TheEP,
  title={The early phase of a H1743-322 outburst observed by INTEGRAL, RXTE, Swift, and XMM/Newton},
  author={Lionel Prat and J. Rodr{\'i}guez and Marion Cadolle Bel and Erik Kuulkers and Manfred Hanke and John A. Tomsick and St{\'e}phane Corbel and M Coriat and J{\"o}rn Wilms and A. Goldwurm},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2009},
  volume={494}
}
Aims. We investigate the early phase of the first state change durin g the 2008 September-November outburst of H1743-322, first detected by the INTEGRAL satellite. We focus on the preliminary hard X-ray state with the aim of investigating the possible influence of this phase on the subsequent evolution during the outburst. Methods. The outburst started on MJD 54732, and remains ongoing at the time of writing this paper (MJD 54770). We analyse INTEGRAL, RXTE, Swift, and XMM/Newton observations… Expand

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