BlackCAT A Catalog of Stellar-Mass Black Holes in X-ray Binaries

ID# 12

GS 1354-64

BW Cir

RA (h:m:s)  DEC (º:':")  J2000:
13:58:09.70 -64:44:05.80
( Brocksopp2001 )

Galactic l (º)  b (º)  J2000:
309.9774112  -02.7798734

Year of discovery: 1987  
( Makino1987 )

# of outbursts after discovery: 2

Dynamically confirmed BH


Basic data

Distance (d) ∼25 (kpc) Casares2009
d above plane (z) ∼-1.21 (kpc) Casares2009
Orbital period 61.068±0.002 (h) Casares2009
Peak X-ray flux 2.38E-09
[2-10]
(erg/s/cm2) [keV] Kitamoto1990
Outburst magnitude (AB) V=16.9 (mag) Kitamoto1990
Quiescent magnitude (AB) R=20.71±0.03 (mag) Casares2009 Russell2015a
E(B-V) 1 (mag) Kitamoto1990
Notes GS 1354-64 (BW Cir) is associated with MX 1353-64 which showed an outburst in 1971-1972. It showed another outburst in 1997 ( Remillard1997a ) and in 2015 ( Miller2015 ).

Dynamical parameters

Orbital period 61.068±0.002 (h) Casares2009
Star's spectral type G5III Casares2009
Star's radial velocity amplitude (K2) 279±5 (km/s) Casares2004 Casares2009
Mass function 'f(M1)' 5.7±0.3 (M) Casares2009
BH mass (M1) ≥7.6±0.7 (M) Casares2009
Mass ratio (q=M/M1) 0.12+0.03-0.04 Casares2009
Inclination angle (i) ≤79 (deg) Casares2009
Rot. broadening (v sini) 69±8 (km/s) Casares2009

Optical/NIR magnitudes

Mag. Outburst (AB) Kitamoto1990
V
=16.9
Mag. Quiescence (AB) Casares2009 Russell2015a
R V R i'
=20.71±0.03 ∼21.5 ∼20.5 ∼20.2
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Comparison stars reference: Casares2009

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This research has made use of NASA's Astrophysics Data System (ADS) and the SIMBAD database operated at CDS (Strasbourg, France)
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