SAX J0635+0533: Detection of 33.8 ms X-ray pulsations

Cusumano, Giancarlo; Maccarone, Maria C.; Nicastro, Luciano; Sacco, Bruno; Kaaret, Phil
April 2000
AIP Conference Proceedings;2000, Vol. 510 Issue 1, p193
Academic Journal
We have detected 33.8 ms pulsations from SAX J0635+0533, a newly discovered Be/X-ray binary suggested as a possible counterpart to the gamma-ray source 2EG J0635+0521. We interpret the periodicity as the spin period of a neutron star in a binary system with a Be companion. © 2000 American Institute of Physics.


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