| Miscellaneous :
| Brandt et al. 2006 ATel 970:
- Probable type I X-ray burst seen with JEM X
- Burst is FRED like in the 3-8 keV range; time constant of ~70 seconds
- 8-30 keV band gradual rise over 25 seconds and exponential decay ~30 seconds
- Peak flux 1.0 Crab in the JEM-X 3-30 keV band
- Detected and localized with ISGRI up to 30 keV
| Wijnands 2006 ATel 972:|
- Position consistent with that of XMMU J174716.1-281048
- Closeness in time of the INTEGRAL and XMM-Newton observations => strengthens association
- Transient nature and Type I burst => Neutron star LMXB
| Del Santo et al.
- Analysis of INTEGRAL data of X-ray burst
- Decay times of 71.6s in the 3-6 keV range vs 7.3s
in the 20-25 one, indicative of a spectral softening typical
of type I X-ray bursts.
- Double peaked pulse profile => Eddington limited burst showing photospheric
- Possible distance of 2.8-4.6 kpc, prefered value of 3 kpc.
| Degenaar & Wijnands, 2007
- Swift/XRT observations clearly detected the source
- Source spectrum fitted with an absorbed powerlaw model (nH=9.0E22
cm-2, photon index=2.25), => unabsorbed flux of 7.4E-12 erg/cm2/s
- Conclude that the source is a transient system with a quiescent emission at least
two orders of magnitude lower than during periods of activity.
- XMMU J174716.1-281048 is a very-faint X-ray transient.
- Suggestion that
the system is undergoing a prolonged accretion episode of many years strenghtened by Swift
detection at a flux similar to that of XMM
| Degenaar et al. 2007,
- Chandra Obs. => spectrum= absorbed power law NH=9 x 1022
- 2-10 keV unabsorbed flux ~3.0 x 10-12 erg/cm2/s
- Candidate counterpart in H-band image (SMART 1.3 m) with SNR 4.3 (MH=15.3)
| Del Santo et al. 2007,
- Refine distance estimates based on INTEGRAL analysis of the radius expansion
of X-ray burst => 8 kpc
| Sidoli et al. 2008,
- Swift/XRT => quasi persistent behaviour
- Duration of last outburst longer than 5 years
| Zolotukhin & Revnivtsev 2015 (MNRAS):
- 2 objects in UKIDSS GPS data => None associated with the IGR
- J> 20.0; H> 18.7; K >17.5