800-day light curve

from High-Energy Astrophysics: American and Soviet Perspectives/Proceedings from the U.S.-U.S.S.R. Workshop on High-Energy Astrophysics (1991)

The SN1987A X-ray 15-105 keV flux as a funchtion of time according to the Kvant HEXE observations. Each point corresponds to one observational day, the errors correspond to one standard deviation. Three sigma upper limit on the flux observed in May-June 1989 is presented.

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