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119702018-08-19 19:14:0017:59:02.870-23:43:08.20Detection of the NIR counterpart of the accreting millisecond pulsar IGR J17591-2342Infra-Red, Neutron Star, Transient, PulsarA. W. Shaw (University of Alberta), N. Degenaar (Univeristy of Amsterdam), C. O. Heinke (University of Alberta)
119542018-08-15 08:52:0017:59:02.860-23:43:08.30ATCA radio detection of the new X-ray transient IGR J17591-2342 suggests a black hole candidateRadio, X-ray, Black Hole, TransientT. Russell, N. Degenaar, R. Wijnands and J. van den Eijnden (University of Amsterdam)
119462018-08-13 13:26:0017:59:02.693-23:43:12.04On the optical counterpart of IGR J17591-2342Optical, X-ray, Binary, Black Hole, Cataclysmic Variable, Neutron Star, TransientDavid M. Russell (NYU Abu Dhabi), Fraser Lewis (Faulkes Telescope Project & Astrophysics Research Institute, LJMU)
119462018-08-13 13:26:0017:59:02.505-23:43:07.93On the optical counterpart of IGR J17591-2342Optical, X-ray, Binary, Black Hole, Cataclysmic Variable, Neutron Star, TransientDavid M. Russell (NYU Abu Dhabi), Fraser Lewis (Faulkes Telescope Project & Astrophysics Research Institute, LJMU)