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RXTE TOO observations of GRS 1915+105 on day 201 (July 19) of 1996


day 201 (July 19) #1
GRS1915_d201_16s_lc image: X-ray light curves of GRS 1915+105 observed with RXTE/PCA with time resolution of 16 seconds.
X-ray light curves of GRS 1915+105 observed with RXTE/PCA on day 201 (July 19) with time resolution of 16 seconds.
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day 201 (July 19) #2 day 201 (July 19) #3
GRS1915_d201_1sec_lc2 image: X-ray light curves of GRS 1915+105 observed with RXTE/PCA with time resolution of 1 second.
GRS1915_d201_1sec_lc3 image: X-ray light curves of GRS 1915+105 observed with RXTE/PCA with time resolution of 1 second.
X-ray light curves of GRS 1915+105 observed with RXTE/PCA on day 201 (July 19) with time resolution of 1 seconds.
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day 201 (July 19) Power Spectrum
GRS1915_d201_power image: Power spectrum of GRS 1915+105 observed with RXTE/PCA.
Power spectrum of GRS 1915+105 observed with RXTE/PCA on day 201 (July 19).
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