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Spectral and intensity variations in cygnus X-3 by the Astronomical Netherlands Satellite

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Abstract

Measurements obtained with the Utrecht (1–8 keV) and Cambridge (1–28 keV) instruments on board the Astronomical Netherlands Satellite are discussed. Particularly, the 4.8 hr period is investigated.

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Brinkman, A.C., Heise, J., Mewe, R. et al. Spectral and intensity variations in cygnus X-3 by the Astronomical Netherlands Satellite. Astrophys Space Sci 42, 201–204 (1976). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00645543

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Keywords

  • Intensity Variation
  • Astronomical Netherlands Satellite