X-ray spectral and timing evolution of MAXI J1727–203 with NICER

@article{Alabarta2020XraySA,
  title={X-ray spectral and timing evolution of MAXI J1727–203 with NICER},
  author={K. Alabarta and D. Altamirano and M. M{\'e}ndez and V. C{\'u}neo and L. Zhang and R. Remillard and A. Castro and R. Ludlam and J. Steiner and T. Enoto and J. Homan and Z. Arzoumanian and P. Bult and K. Gendreau and C. Markwardt and T. Strohmayer and P. Uttley and F. Tombesi and D.J.K. Buisson School of Physics and Astronomy University of Southampton and Southampton and Uk and K. Institute and U. O. Groningen and Groningen and The Netherlands. and I. D. A. D. Canarias and Tenerife and Spain. and D. Astrof́isica and Universidad de La Laguna and Mit Kavli Institute for Astrophysics and S. Research and Mit and Cambridge and Usa and Consorcio de investigaci'on del Golfo de M'exico and Cicese and Ensenada and M'exico. and Cahill Centre for Astronomy and Astrophysics and California and Center for Computational Astrophysics and HarvardSmithsonian and Extreme Natural Phenomena Riken Hakubi Research Team and Riken research and Saitama and Japan. and The Hakubi Center for Advanced Research and K. University and Kyoto and Eureka Scientific and Inc. and Oakland and Sron and Netherlands Institute for Space Research and Utrecht and Department of Physics Astronomy and U. Maryland and A. S. Division and Nasa Goddard Space Flight Center and Greenbelt and Anton Pannekoek Institute for Astronomy and U. Amsterdam and Amsterdam and Department of Applied Physics and University of RomeTor Vergata and Rom{\'e} and Italy.},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2020},
  volume={497},
  pages={3896-3910}
}
  • K. Alabarta, D. Altamirano, +67 authors Italy.
  • Published 2020
  • Physics
  • Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society
  • We present a detailed X-ray spectral and variability study of the full 2018 outburst of MAXI J1727-203 using NICER observations. The outburst lasted approximately four months. Spectral modelling in the 0.3-10 keV band shows the presence of both a soft thermal and a hard Comptonised component. The analysis of these components shows that MAXI J1727-203 evolved through the soft, intermediate and hard spectral states during the outburst. We find that the soft (disc) component was detected… CONTINUE READING

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