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ID# 17

GRO J0422+32

V518 Per

( Shrader1994 )

RA     [J2000]     DEC

[hh:mm:ss.ss]          [dd:mm:ss.ss]

04:21:42.79  +32:54:27.10


ℓ                      b

[deg]                            [deg]

165.8808146  -11.91243707

Year of discovery: 1992  
( Paciesas1992 )

# of outbursts after discovery:


Basic data

Distance [kpc] 2.49±0.3 Gelino2003
Distance to the plane (z) [kpc] -0.51±0.06 Gelino2003
Orbital period (Porb) [h] 5.091850±0.000005 Gelino2003
Peak X-ray flux [erg s-1 cm-2]
[keV]
5.77E-08
[2-10]
Goldwurm1992
Outburst magnitude (AB) R=12.65 Castro-Tirado1992b
Quiescent magnitude (AB) R=21.0±0.1 Gelino2003 Garcia1996 Webb2000
E(B-V) [mag] 0.3 Jonker2004

Dynamically confirmed BH


NOTES


Dynamical parameters

Orbital period [h] 5.091850±0.000005 Gelino2003
Star's spectral type M4 – 5V Casares1995c Webb2000
Star's radial velocity amplitude (K2) [km/s] 378±16 Webb2000
Mass function 'f(M1)' [M] 1.19±0.02 Casares1995c Webb2000
BH mass (M1) [M] 2 – 15 Casares1995c Webb2000 Beekman1997
Mass ratio (q=M2/M1) 0.11+0.05-0.02 Webb2000
Inclination angle (i) [deg] 10 – 50 Casares1995c Beekman1997 Webb2000
Rot. broadening (v sini) [km/s] 90+22-27 Harlaftis1999



Optical/NIR magnitudes

Mag. Outburst (AB)
Castro-Tirado1992b
V=13.11 R=12.65
Mag. Quiescent (AB)
Gelino2003 Garcia1996 Webb2000
B=23.1±0.2 V=22.0±0.1 R=21.0±0.1
I=20.75±0.08
J=19.3±0.1 H=19.0±0.2 Ks=19.29±0.09
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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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Last modified: 27 August 2021.