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AX J1740.1
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IGR J17195
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EI Ursae Majoris = PG 0834+488 = 1H0832+488

A finding chart for EI UMa

SkyView image of EI UMa (see important notes).

Position
  • Equatorial: 08h38m21.99s, +48d38m02.1s (J2000)
    (Green et al. 1982)
  • Galactic: l=170.88, b=+37.36
Finding Chart:
Green et al. (1982)
Brigntness:
Optical: B~13.4-14.9; X-rays:
IP Credential:
**** (Confirmed): The evidence is mounting that this is an IP, although this is still on the weak side of "confirmed." NB Joe Patterson is not convinced about this.
Periods:
  • Orbital: 0.2681 d = 6.43 hr = 23164 s, seen in optical spectroscopy (Thorstensen 1986). No long-term ephemeris available.
  • Spin: 0.00858 d = 12.36 min = 741.6 s, seen in ASCA data. (Baskill et al. 2005).
  • Others: 0.0089078 d = 12.871 min = 769.63 s sideband period, seen in optical photometry more prominently than the spin (Kozhevnikov 2010).
Inclination:
~23 deg?
Distance:
750 (+100, -200) pc (Pretorius & Mukai 2014)

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