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

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ID# 48

XTE J1752-223

V5678 Sgr

( Miller-Jones2011 )

RA     [J2000]     DEC

[]          []

17:52:15.09  -22:20:32.36

ℓ                      b

[deg]                            [deg]

006.4231338  +02.11431706

Year of discovery: 2009  
( Markwardt2009c )

# of outbursts after discovery:

Basic data

Distance [kpc] 6±2 Ratti2012
Distance to the plane (z) [kpc] 0.22±0.07 Ratti2012
Orbital period (Porb) [h] <7 Ratti2012
Peak X-ray flux [erg s-1 cm-2]
Outburst magnitude (AB) J=15.75±0.01 Torres2009a
Quiescent magnitude (AB) i’>24.4 Ratti2012 Lopez2019
E(B-V) [mag] 1.403 Schlafly2011

It is not a dynamical BH but there was at least a suggestion that it might contain a BH based on X-ray properties


XTE J1752-223: Munoz-Darias2010 suggested the a mass of the compact object in the range 8-10 M based on correlations with X-ray spectra.

Dynamical parameters

Orbital period [h] <7 Ratti2012
Star's spectral type
Star's radial velocity amplitude (K2) [km/s]
Mass function 'f(M1)' [M] Shaposhnikov2010 Shaposhnikov2011
BH mass (M1) [M] ?9.5±1.1
Mass ratio (q=M2/M1)
Inclination angle (i) [deg]
Rot. broadening (v sini) [km/s]

Optical/NIR magnitudes

Mag. Outburst (AB)
Mag. Quiescent (AB)
Ratti2012 Lopez2019
Aladin finding chart
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XTE J1752-223 in Simbad

Pan-STARRS1 finding chart

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Finding charts

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Finding chart reference: Torres2009a Ratti2012

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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.