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ID# 30

SAX J1819.3-2525

V4641 Sgr

( Samus1999 )

RA     [J2000]     DEC

[hh:mm:ss.ss]          [dd:mm:ss.ss]

18:19:21.58  -25:24:25.10


ℓ                      b

[deg]                            [deg]

006.7740023  -04.78873545

Year of discovery: 1999  
( intZand1999 )

# of outbursts after discovery: 3


Basic data

Distance [kpc] 6.2±0.7 MacDonald2014
Distance to the plane (z) [kpc] -0.52±0.06 MacDonald2014
Orbital period (Porb) [h] 67.6152±0.0002 Orosz2001
Peak X-ray flux [erg s-1 cm-2]
[keV]
2.76E-07
[2-10]
Orosz2001
Outburst magnitude (AB) V=8.8 Orosz2001
Quiescent magnitude (AB) V=13.96±0.02 MacDonald2014 Orosz2001
E(B-V) [mag] 0.32 – 0.38 MacDonald2014

Dynamically confirmed BH


NOTES

SAX J1819.3-2525 (V4641 Sgr) showed weak outbursts in 2002 ,2003 ( Bailyn2003 ), 2010 ( Yamaoka2010 ), 2014 ( Tachibana2014 ) and 2018 ( Negoro2018 ), and a complete outburst in 2015 ( Yoshii2015 ) and 2020 ( Shaw2020 ).
Gandhi2019 obtained a distance of 6.24+2.04-1.30 kpc from Gaia DR2.

Dynamical parameters

Orbital period [h] 67.6152±0.0002 Orosz2001
Star's spectral type B9III Orosz2001
Star's radial velocity amplitude (K2) [km/s] 211±3 Orosz2001
Mass function 'f(M1)' [M] 2.7±0.1 Orosz2001
BH mass (M1) [M] 6.4±0.6 MacDonald2014
Mass ratio (q=M2/M1) 0.63 – 0.70 MacDonald2014
Inclination angle (i) [deg] 72±4 MacDonald2014
Rot. broadening (v sini) [km/s] 100.9±0.8 MacDonald2014



Optical/NIR magnitudes

Mag. Outburst (AB)
Orosz2001
V=8.8
Mag. Quiescent (AB)
MacDonald2014 Orosz2001
B∼13.91±0.04 V=13.96±0.02 R=13.73±0.02
I=13.52±0.03
J=14.86±0.05 H=14.23±0.05 K=12.83±0.05
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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.