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Raster Scan around 4U1907+097 as TOO with RXTE/PCA on day 195 (July 13, 1996)

#1 (16-sec bin) #2 (1-sec bin)
X1907_d195_scan_16s_lc image: PCA count history during the raster scan observation. 16-sec time resolution. X1907_d195_scan_1sec_lc image: PCA count history during the raster scan observation.1-sec time resolution.
PCA count history during the raster scan observation. #1 and #2 are in 16 and 1 seconds bin, respectively. Scans were performed as shown in table below. From the quick analysis, 4U 1907+097 was revealed to be ~8 mCrab during this observation and the possible source responsible for the flux which ASM had been detecting was identified to X1916-053.
Slew Start TimeTarget PositionSpeed
Year/Day/hh:mm:ssR.A. Dec. deg/min
--- 186.3450 12.6613---
1996/195/06:46:00287.4080 9.83006.0
1996/195/07:14:36285.8300 8.56701.5
1996/195/07:25:12286.1300 11.38001.5
1996/195/07:35:47288.6830 8.28001.5
1996/195/07:46:23287.4070 9.83001.5
1996/195/07:57:00254.6980-41.03726.0
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