SAS-3 Bibliography: Refereed Journals


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  1. Hydrodynamics associated to the X-ray light curve of A0620-00
    Coronado, Y & Mendoza, S, Ap&SS, 360, 35 (2015)
  2. The large-scale atomic and molecular gas in the Circinus galaxy
    Curran, S et al., MNRAS, 389, 63 (2008)
  3. ASCA Identification of SMC X-2 with the 2.37-s Pulsar Discovered by RXTE
    Yokogawa, J et al., PASJ, 53, 227 (2001)
  4. X-ray investigations of the hot ISM
    Sanders, W, AdSpR, 13, 1277 (1993)
  5. Periodic outbursts in the peculiar X-ray binary 2S 0114+65
    Finley, J et al., A&A, 262, L25 (1992)
  6. Further Observations of the Eclipsing X-Ray Burst Source MXB 1659-29
    Cominsky, L & Wood, K, ApJ, 337, 485 (1989)
  7. SAS 3 and Einstein Observations of the 11 Minute Orbital Period of the Globular Cluster X-Ray Source 4U 1820-30
    Morgan, E et al., ApJ, 324, 851 (1988)
  8. Orbital Elements of the Binary X-Ray Pulsar GX 301-2
    Sato, N et al., ApJ, 304, 241 (1986)
  9. H I-high velocity features in Draco and their X-ray counterparts
    Hirth, W et al., A&A, 153, 249 (1985)
  10. Variability of emitting area during bursts from Serpens X-1
    Balucinska, M & Czerny, M, AcA, 35, 291 (1985)
  11. On fast X-ray rotators with long-term periodicities
    Naranan, S et al., ApJ, 290, 487 (1985)
  12. SAS 3 observations of Cygnus X-1 : the intensity dips
    Remillard, R & Canizares, C, ApJ, 278, 761 (1984)
  13. SAS 3 survey of the soft X-ray background
    Marshall, F & Clark, G, ApJ, 287, 633 (1984)
  14. The 41.5 day binary X-ray pulsar 4U 1223-62 (GX 301-2)
    White, N & Swank, J, ApJ, 287, 856 (1984)
  15. The X-ray activity of the rapid burster in 1983
    Kunieda, H et al., PASJ, 36, 807 (1984)
  16. Spectral analysis of X-ray bursts from SER X-1
    Sztajno, M & Balucinska, M, AcA, 33, 199 (1983)
  17. X-ray burst observations of Serpens X-1
    Sztajno, M et al., ApJ, 267, 713 (1983)
  18. Orbital period changes in Centaurus X-3
    Kelley, R et al., ApJ, 268, 790 (1983)
  19. Irregular X-ray variability in the transient X-ray burst source MXB 1659-29
    Cominsky, L et al., ApJ, 270, 226 (1983)
  20. Discovery of 9.3s X-ray pulsations from 2S 1553-542 and a determination of the orbit
    Kelley, R et al., ApJ, 274, 765 (1983)
  21. CIR X-1 : X-ray observations with SAS 3
    Dower, R et al., ApJ, 261, 228 (1982)
  22. X-ray observations of AM HER in its low state
    Fabbiano, G, ApJ, 262, 709 (1982)
  23. The hard X-ray flux from GAM CAS during 1970-73
    Peters, G, PASP, 94, 157 (1982)
  24. On the nature of the two modes in the type II bursts of MXB 1730-335
    Loznikov, V & Iamburenko, N, SvAL, 8, 255 (1982)
  25. Discovery of X-ray pulsations from 2S 1417-624
    Kelley, R et al., ApJ, 243, 251 (1981)
  26. SAS 3 observations of GX 1+4
    Doty, J et al., ApJ, 243, 257 (1981)
  27. Observations of the giant radio lobes region of Centaurus A with SAS 3
    Marshall, F & Clark, G, ApJ, 245, 840 (1981)
  28. First Ultraviolet Observations of the Optical Couterpart of the X-Ray Source 2S0114+650
    Bianchi, L, SSRv, 30, 273 (1981)
  29. On the nature of the COSb-B gamma-ray source CG 353+16
    Bignami, G & Morfill, G, A&A, 87, 85 (1980)
  30. 2S 1417-624 : a variable galactic X-ray source near CG 312-1
    Apparao, K et al., A&A, 89, 249 (1980)
  31. Radio and X-ray observations of Abell 754
    Harris, D et al., A&A, 90, 283 (1980)
  32. The apsidal motion test in 4U 0900-40
    Rappaport, S et al., ApJ, 235, 570 (1980)
  33. X-ray maps of the VELA supernova remnant
    Hearn, D et al., ApJL, 235, L67 (1980)
  34. SAS 3 and related observations of Abell 2029
    Johnson, H et al., ApJ, 236, 738 (1980)
  35. A determination of the orbit of GX 301-2
    Kelley, R et al., ApJ, 238, 699 (1980)
  36. Observations of CYG X-3 with the Einstein (HEAO 2) X-ray observatory : the period derivative and the asymmetric X-ray light curve
    Elsner, R et al., ApJ, 239, 335 (1980)
  37. Repeatable, multiple-peaked structure in type I X-ray bursts
    Hoffman, J et al., ApJL, 240, L27 (1980)
  38. The very long type II X-ray bursts from the rapid burster
    Basinska, E et al., ApJ, 241, 787 (1980)
  39. A search for pulsations and eclipses from X-ray burst sources
    Cominsky, L et al., ApJ, 242, 1102 (1980)
  40. Simultaneous X-ray and optical observations of rapid variability in SCO X-1
    Ilovaisky, S et al., MNRAS, 191, 81 (1980)
  41. X-ray observations of 4U/MXB 1735-44
    Lewin, W et al., MNRAS, 193, 15 (1980)
  42. Simultaneous IR and X-ray burst observation of SER X-1
    Lewin, W et al., Natur, 287, 27 (1980)
  43. Evidence for a massive X-ray halo around Markarian 541
    Cash, W et al., A&A, 72, L6 (1979)
  44. Soft X-Ray Observation of the ρ Ophiuchus Dark Cloud Region (The contributions do not constitute a part of the Proceedings.)
    Apparao, K et al., Ap&SS, 65, 419 (1979)
  45. Deep X-ray survey of the Small Magellanic Cloud
    Clark, G et al., ApJ, 227, 54 (1979)
  46. Further analysis of SAS 3 observations of the rapid burster (MXB 1730-335)
    Marshall, H et al., ApJ, 227, 555 (1979)
  47. Discovery of soft X-ray flux from 2A 1102+384 = Markarian 421
    Hearn, D et al., ApJL, 227, L63 (1979)
  48. A0535+26: a refined position measurement and new pulse period data
    Li, F et al., ApJ, 228, 893 (1979)
  49. X-rays from the Orion Trapezium
    Bradt, H & Kelley, R, ApJL, 228, L33 (1979)
  50. The period derivative of Cygnus X-3
    Lamb, R et al., ApJL, 229, L19 (1979)
  51. Soft X-ray emission from the Lupus Loop and SN 1006 supernova remnants
    Winkler, P et al., ApJL, 229, L123 (1979)
  52. The locations of X-ray sources in globular clusters
    Jernigan, J & Clark, G, ApJL, 231, L125 (1979)
  53. A change in the X-ray spectrum of Markarian 421
    Mushotzky, R et al., ApJL, 232, L17 (1979)
  54. Discovery of a soft X-ray flux from AN Ursae Majoris
    Hearn, D & Marshall, F, ApJL, 232, L21 (1979)
  55. Optical observations of X-ray bursts from MXB 1837+05
    Bernacca, P et al., MNRAS, 186, 287 (1979)
  56. Simultaneous radio and X-ray obervations of the X-ray burst source MXB 1636-53
    Thomas, R et al., MNRAS, 187, 299 (1979)
  57. Infrared observations of galactic X-ray sources
    Glass, I, MNRAS, 187, 807 (1979)
  58. Steady X-ray emission from MXB 1730-335 (the Rapid Burster)
    van Paradijs, J et al., MNRAS, 189, 387 (1979)
  59. Search for short time-scale periodicity in the X-ray flux of 4U1700-37
    Branduardi, G et al., Natur, 279, 508 (1979)
  60. X-ray, optical and radio observations of A1710-34
    Greenhill, J et al., Natur, 279, 620 (1979)
  61. Persistent emission from X-ray burst sources and the nature of galactic bulge X-ray sources
    van Paradijs, J et al., Natur, 280, 375 (1979)
  62. Evidence for low-energy γ-ray emission close to CG135+1
    della Ventura, A et al., Natur, 282, 486 (1979)
  63. Part i — the Hadron Spectrum at Ground Level. Part II — the Stability of the Period of Cygnus X-3
    Fickle, R, PhD Thesis, 2 (1979)
  64. The Galactic Centre
    Skinner, G, RSPSA, 366, 345 (1979)
  65. The X-ray structure of NGC 5128
    Delvaille, J et al., ApJL, 219, L81 (1978)
  66. The optical counterpart of Aquila X-1 (3U 1908+00)
    Thorstensen, J et al., ApJL, 220, L131 (1978)
  67. Accreting neutron stars in highly compact binary systems and the nature of 3U 1626-67
    Joss, P et al., ApJ, 221, 645 (1978)
  68. Compact and diffuse X-ray sources in the core of the Perseus cluster (Abell 426)
    Helmken, H et al., ApJL, 221, L43 (1978)
  69. An energy-dependent map of the X-ray emission of the Perseus cluster
    Ulmer, M & Jernigan, J, ApJL, 222, L85 (1978)
  70. X-ray and radio emission from the compact galaxy III Zw 2
    Schnopper, H et al., ApJL, 222, L91 (1978)
  71. Short-term time variability of Cygnus X-1. III
    Weisskopf, M et al., ApJL, 223, L17 (1978)
  72. Position and pulse profile of the X-ray transient 4U 0115+63
    Johnston, M et al., ApJL, 223, L71 (1978)
  73. Optical studies of the X-ray globular cluster NGC 6624
    Canizares, C et al., ApJ, 224, 39 (1978)
  74. Orbital elements of 4U 0115+63 and the nature of the hard X-ray transients
    Rappaport, S et al., ApJL, 224, L1 (1978)
  75. The discovery of a 97 minute periodicity in 4U 1700-37
    Matilsky, T et al., ApJL, 224, L119 (1978)
  76. A coordinated X-ray, optical, and microwave study of the flare star Proxima Centauri
    Haisch, B et al., ApJL, 225, L35 (1978)
  77. X-ray observation of IC 4329 A
    Delvaille, J et al., ApJL, 226, L69 (1978)
  78. X-ray and optical observations of 3U 0900-40 (Vela X-1)
    Charles, P et al., MNRAS, 183, 813 (1978)
  79. An optical candidate for 2A 0042+323 (= 3U 0042+32)
    Charles, P et al., MNRAS, 183, P29 (1978)
  80. Optical monitoring of X-ray burst sources
    Abramenko, A et al., MNRAS, 184, P27 (1978)
  81. Discovery of an X-ray QSO
    Ricker, G et al., Natur, 271, 35 (1978)
  82. Positions of galactic X-ray sources: -20° < lII < + 6°
    Jernigan, J et al., Natur, 272, 701 (1978)
  83. Positions of galactic X-ray sources: 55° < lII < 320°
    Dower, R et al., Natur, 273, 364 (1978)
  84. Discovery of 3.6-s X-ray pulsations from 4U0115+63
    Cominsky, L et al., Natur, 273, 367 (1978)
  85. Discovery of optical bursts from an X-ray burst source, MXB 1735-44
    Grindlay, J et al., Natur, 274, 567 (1978)
  86. Contribution of intermediate luminosity X-ray galaxies to the background: Anon 0945-30
    Schnopper, H et al., Natur, 275, 719 (1978)
  87. Search for X-ray emission from AO 0235+164
    Dennison, B et al., Natur, 276, 375 (1978)
  88. Discovery., optical identification of 2S 0921-630
    Li, F et al., Natur, 276, 799 (1978)
  89. Bursters — A new type of X-ray source or a property of old X-ray pulsars
    Shklovskii, I, PAZh, 4, 257 (1978)
  90. Increase in the pulsational period of 3U 0900-40
    Ogelman, H et al., A&A, 58, 385 (1977)
  91. X-ray outbursts in our galaxy
    Lewin, W, AmSci, 65, 605 (1977)
  92. Intense X-ray flares from Aquila X-1 and Circinus X-1
    Buff, J et al., ApJ, 212, 768 (1977)
  93. The X-ray light curve of AM Herculis
    Hearn, D & Richardson, J, ApJL, 213, L115 (1977)
  94. Observations of Hercules X-1 with SAS-3 during 1975 July
    Joss, P et al., ApJ, 214, 874 (1977)
  95. Some further information on the rapid burster MXB 1730-335
    Ulmer, M et al., ApJL, 214, L11 (1977)
  96. Observations of rapid X-ray flaring from Cygnus X-1
    Canizares, C & Oda, M, ApJL, 214, L119 (1977)
  97. Detection of X-ray emission from 3C 120
    Schnopper, H et al., ApJL, 215, L7 (1977)
  98. Variability of LMC X-4
    Epstein, A et al., ApJ, 216, 103 (1977)
  99. Discovery of a 272 second periodic variation in the X-ray source GX 304-1
    McClintock, J et al., ApJL, 216, L15 (1977)
  100. Pulse profile and refined orbital elements for SMC X-1
    Primini, F et al., ApJ, 217, 543 (1977)
  101. X-ray and radio observations of the structure of Abell 478
    Schnopper, H et al., ApJL, 217, L15 (1977)
  102. Discovery of a 7.68 second X-ray periodicity in 3U 1626-67
    Rappaport, S et al., ApJL, 217, L29 (1977)
  103. LMC X-1: a luminous extended X-ray source
    Epstein, A, ApJL, 218, L49 (1977)
  104. Long-term behavior of MXB 1730-335
    Grindlay, J & Gursky, H, ApJL, 218, L117 (1977)
  105. A New Measurement of the Spin-Up Rate of SMC X-1
    Yentis, D et al., ApL, 19, 53 (1977)
  106. Spin-up in SMC X-1
    Davison, P, MNRAS, 179, P15 (1977)
  107. X-ray bursts from MXB 1837+05
    Li, F et al., MNRAS, 179, P21 (1977)
  108. Further observations of the burst source MXB 1728-34
    Hoffman, J et al., MNRAS, 179, P57 (1977)
  109. Galactic distribution of X-ray burst sources
    Lewin, W et al., Natur, 267, 28 (1977)
  110. Variable mid-latitude X-ray source 3U0042+32
    Rappaport, S et al., Natur, 268, 705 (1977)
  111. On the optical identifications of five X-ray sources
    Bradt, H et al., Natur, 269, 21 (1977)
  112. Positions of galactic X-ray sources: 20° < lII < 55°
    Doxsey, R et al., Natur, 269, 112 (1977)
  113. Positions of galactic X-ray sources Cir X-1, TrA X-1 and 3U1626-67
    Bradt, H et al., Natur, 269, 496 (1977)
  114. Optical candidates for two X-ray bursters and an X-ray pulsar
    McClintock, J et al., Natur, 270, 320 (1977)
  115. Positions of three X-ray burst sources
    Jernigan, J et al., Natur, 270, 321 (1977)
  116. Positions of galactic X-ray sources: 0° < lII < 20°
    Doxsey, R et al., Natur, 270, 586 (1977)
  117. M. I. T. Studies of Transient X-Ray Phenomena
    Canizares, C, Ap&SS, 42, 111 (1976)
  118. X-ray nova A0620-00 — Celestial position and low-energy flux
    Doxsey, R et al., ApJL, 203, L9 (1976)
  119. MX 1313+29: a compact source of very low energy X-rays in Coma Berenices
    Hearn, D et al., ApJL, 203, L21 (1976)
  120. The transient periodic X-ray source in Taurus, A0535+26
    Bradt, H et al., ApJL, 204, L67 (1976)
  121. A fast transient source of hard X-rays at high galactic latitude
    Rappaport, S et al., ApJL, 206, L139 (1976)
  122. The discovery of rapidly repetitive X-ray bursts from a new source in Scorpius
    Lewin, W et al., ApJL, 207, L95 (1976)
  123. Recurrent brief X-ray bursts from the globular cluster NGC 6624
    Clark, G et al., ApJL, 207, L105 (1976)
  124. Evidence for the binary nature of A 0535+26
    Rappaport, S et al., ApJL, 208, L119 (1976)
  125. Discovery of X-ray bursts from MXB 1728-34
    Hoffman, J et al., ApJL, 210, L13 (1976)
  126. Detection of soft X-ray emission from an unidentified source at high galactic latitude
    Hearn, D et al., ApJL, 210, L23 (1976)
  127. Orbital elements and masses for the SMC X-1 / Sanduleak 160 binary system
    Primini, F et al., ApJL, 210, L71 (1976)
  128. Detection of X-rays from Algol (beta Persei)
    Schnopper, H et al., ApJL, 210, L75 (1976)
  129. The transient X-ray source A 0620-00: intensity variations and evidence for an 8 day periodicity
    Matilsky, T et al., ApJL, 210, L127 (1976)
  130. Discovery of X-ray bursts from several sources near the galactic centre
    Lewin, W et al., MNRAS, 177, P83 (1976)
  131. X-ray emission from GAM Cas
    Mason, K et al., Natur, 260, 690 (1976)
  132. Search for X-ray emission from Nova Cygni 1975
    Hoffman, J et al., Natur, 261, 208 (1976)
  133. Two short lived X-ray transients at high galactic latitude
    Cooke, B, Natur, 261, 564 (1976)
  134. Positions and evidence for a steady component for X-ray burst sources
    Quenby, J et al., Natur, 262, 473 (1976)
  135. A Study of Three Discrete Sources of Very Soft X-Rays with the SAS-3 Satellite
    Richardson, J, PhD Thesis, 81 (1976)
  136. Massachusetts Institute of Technology X-ray Observatory for the Small Astronomy Satellite (SAS-C)
    Taylor, R, ITNS, 22, 565 (1975)
  137. Hybrid measurement chains for the SAS-C spacecraft
    Goeke, R, ITNS, 22, 600 (1975)
  138. Marriage of X-ray and optical astronomy
    McClintock, J, TecRv, 78, 26 (1975)

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