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119882018-08-25 20:39:0017:59:02.830-23:43:00.80Chandra High Energy Transmission Gratings Observations of the Accreting millisecond Pulsar IGR J17591-2342X-ray, Binary, Neutron Star, PulsarMichael Nowak (Dept. of Physics, Washington University, St. Louis), Ada Paizis (Istituto Nazionale di Astrofisica), Jérôme Chenevez (DTU Space), Sylvain Chaty (Université Paris Diderot, Institut Universitaire de France et CEA), Jörn Wilms (Dr. Karl Remeis-Sternwarte and Erlangen Centre for Astroparticle Physics (ECAP), Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg), Jérôme Rodriguez (CEA/IRFU-CNRS/INSU-Universit ?e Paris Didero)
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 13:26:0017:59:02.505-23:43:07.93On 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)