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RXTE TOO observations of GRS 1915+105 on day 152 of 1996

Light Curve of GRS 1915+105 on day 152 (May 31)

GRS1915_d152_16s_lc image: X-ray light curve of GRS 1915+105 observed with RXTE/PCA. Bin width of each data is 16 second.
X-ray light curve of GRS 1915+105 observed with RXTE/PCA. Observation was done from May 31 11:25 to 16:55, 1996 (UT). Bin width of each data is 16 second and the bin #0 and #880 of X-axis correspond to May 31 11:20:31 and 15:15:11, respectively. This light curve includes background counts of 1600-2400 counts/bin.
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Light Curve of GRS 1915+105 on day 152 (May 31)

X-ray light curves of GRS 1915+105 on day 152 with finer time resolution. This light curve covers from 14:56:15 to 15:13:18. This light curve includes background counts of 100-150 counts/sec.
GRS1915_d152_1sec_lc image: X-ray light curves of GRS 1915+105 on day 152 with finer time resolution.
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Power Spectrum of GRS 1915+105 on day 152 (May 31)
GRS1915_d152_power image: Power spectrum of GRS1915+105 observed with RXTE/PCA.
Power spectrum of GRS1915+105 observed with RXTE/PCA on day 152 (May 31, 1996). This power spectrum is an ensemble average of 60 spectra, each of which are calculated from 128 seconds continuous data in 0.125 second bin. X-axis represents wave number (WN). Frequency of each WN is given as WN/128 (Hz).
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