Optical evolution of Swift J174510.8-262411 suggests the compact jet is fading, radio flare imminent?

D. M. Russell, F. Lewis, Carole Mundell, A. Tripp, T. Belloni, P Curran, H. Krimm, D. Maitra, J. C. A. Miller-Jones, G. R. Sivakoff

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Abstract

We report on optical monitoring observations of the outburst of the black hole candidate X-ray binary Swift J174510.8-262411 (Sw J1725-26; e.g. GCN #13744; ATel #4383; #4393; #4394; #4450) with the Faulkes Telescope South (FTS; located at Siding Spring, Australia) in SDSS i'-band, Bessel R and Bessel V filters. The first FTS images were acquired just 19 minutes after the original Swift BAT trigger.
Original languageEnglish
JournalThe Astronomer's Telegram
Volume4456
Publication statusPublished - Oct 2012

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    Russell, D. M., Lewis, F., Mundell, C., Tripp, A., Belloni, T., Curran, P., Krimm, H., Maitra, D., Miller-Jones, J. C. A., & Sivakoff, G. R. (2012). Optical evolution of Swift J174510.8-262411 suggests the compact jet is fading, radio flare imminent? The Astronomer's Telegram, 4456.