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RXTE TOO observations of GRS 1915+105 on day 164 (June 12) of 1996

Light Curve of GRS 1915+105 on day 164 (June 12)

GRS1915_d164_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 June 12 00:05 to 14:53, 1996 (UT). Bin width of each data is 16 seconds and the light curve covers 00:01:51-11:36:15, which includes 7 satellite-orbits observations out of 9 orbits. This light curve includes background counts of 1600-2400 counts/bin.
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Light Curve of GRS 1915+105 with finer time resolution on day 164 (June 12)

GRS1915_d164_1sec_lc1 image:X-ray light curves of GRS 1915+105 on day 164 with finer time resolution.
GRS1915_d164_1sec_lc4 image: X-ray light curves of GRS 1915+105 on day 164 with finer time resolution.
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X-ray light curves of GRS 1915+105 on day 164 with finer time resolution. Each light curve covers 09:41:03-09:57:13 and 14:29:19-14:54:54, respectively. These light curves include background counts of 100-150 counts/sec.
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