GRO J1744-28

GRO J1744-28
(Credit: M. Stark)

RXTE has observed the Bursting Pulsar (GRO J1744-28) both bursting and pulsing since January 1996 as it has brightened, dimmed, and brightened again. The puses are clearly evident in a plot of an averaged burst.

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