XMM-Newton observations of IGR J18410-0535: the ingestion of a clump by a supergiant fast X-ray transient

@article{Bozzo2011XMMNewtonOO,
  title={XMM-Newton observations of IGR J18410-0535: the ingestion of a clump by a supergiant fast X-ray transient},
  author={Enrico Bozzo and Alessandra Giunta and G Cusumano and Carlo Ferrigno and Roland Walter and Sergio Campana and Maurizio Falanga and Gian Luca Israel and Luigi Stella},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2011},
  volume={531}
}
Context. IGR J18410-0535 is a supergiant fast X-ray transients. This subclass of supergiant X-ray binaries typically undergoes fewhour-long outbursts reaching luminosities of 10 36 –10 37 erg s −1 , the occurrence of which has been ascribed to the combined effect of the intense magnetic field and rotation of the compact object hosted in them and/or the presence of dense structures (“clumps”) in the wind of their supergiant companion. Aims. IGR J18410-0535 was observed for 45 ks by XMM-Newton as… 
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