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Table 1

Observation log.

BeppoSAX  Obs. Period OP 1846 OP 2592 OP 2699 OP 2739-41 OP 7786-87 OP 8959-60

obs. date 1997, Apr. 6 1997, Oct. 6 1997, Oct. 17 1997, Oct. 25 1999, Oct. 20 2000, Apr. 18
LECS live/elapsed time (ks) 7.2/24.6 7.6/46.4 9.7/70.0 6.8/58.3 24.3/156.7 31.1/139.4
MECSa live/elapsed time (ks) 21.4/40.8 21.7/46.4 32.3/72.1 30.4/65.7 30.7/161.5 39.1/139.6
HPGSPC exposure (ks) 10.2 9.8 14.5 13.7 45.0 37.7
PDS exposure (ks) 16.5 20.3 27.9 25.6 65.5 58.0
# of burstsb 2 1 1 1 4 5
average burst wait time (h) 6.4 5.3 4.4
Referencesc (1) (1) (1) (2) none none
ASM intensity (mCrab)d 37 ± 2 26 ± 3 33 ± 3 32 ± 2 40 ± 5 45 ± 2

Notes. 

(a)

MECS units 1,2,3 only for OP 1846; MECS units 2,3 otherwise.

(b)

All MECS detections except the burst in OP 2592, detected by HPGSPC.

(c)

Spectroscopic info already available in the literature: (1) Del Sordo et al. (1999); (2) in ’t Zand et al. (1999).

(d)

Average at the epoch of the BeppoSAX  observations, 2–10 keV (http://heasarc.gsfc.nasa.gov/docs/xte/asm_products.html).

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