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IGR J18308-1232 = 1RXS J183045.2-123225

Links to this object in VSX and in Swift BAT 157 month survey

A finding chart for IGR J18308-1232

SkyView image of IGR J18308-1232 (see important notes).

  • Equatorial: 18h30m49.94s, -12d32m19.1s (Gaia)
  • Galactic: l= 19.44, b=-1.20
Finding Chart:
Thorstensen & Halpern (2013)
Optical: G=17.6 (Gaia); X-rays: 1.7x10-11 ergs cm-2s-1 (BAT 157m; 14-195 keV), 7.8x10-12 ergs cm-2s-1 (4XMM-DR11)
IP Credential:
**** (Confirmed): This hard X-ray selected CV has an optical spectroscopic (orbital) period of 5.4 hr (aliases are not completely excluded) and the X-ray (spin) period of a 1820 s, and thus has been confirmed as an IP.
  • Orbital: 0.2239 d = 5.374 h = 19350 s ?
  • Spin: 0.0211 d = 30.3 min = 1820 s
  • Others: 2400 s (\omega - 2\Omega?)
2220 (1790-2730) pc (Gaia EDR3; parallax: 0.488+/-0.121 mas)


  1. Masetti et al. 2009 (optical spectroscopy)
  2. Butler et al. 2009 (optical spectroscopy)
  3. Tomsick et al. 2009 (X-ray imaging)
  4. Scaringi et al. 2010 (X-rays)
  5. Bernardini et al. 2012 (X-rays)
  6. Thorstensen & Halpern 2013 (optical spectroscopy & photometry)

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