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Last updated using ObsID 00352190000, version 21;
Related pages: BAT automated analysis | XRT automated analysis.
Index of bursts.
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If the answer to any of the following is "yes," you should investigate further before
accepting the light curves. See the documentation for details.
Combined | BAT | XRT | BAT no evolution.
BAT spectral evolution data | XRT spectral evolution data | All files for this object.
All data uses absorption NH=0.045 × 1022 cm-2 at z=0 and 1.59 × 1022 cm-2 at z=4.109.(Source: the late-time spectrum from the XRT spectrum repository).
Show BAT-XRT hardness ratio.
Rescale BAT-XRT, Flux density at 10 keV plot.
Count-rate light curves are available from GCN.
Show BAT hardness ratio.
Rescale BAT, Flux density at 10 keV plot.
Count-rate light curves are available from The Swift-XRT lightcurve repository.
Show XRT hardness ratio.
Rescale XRT, Flux density at 10 keV plot.
The fit to the T90 spectrum was used to create the plots in this section.T90 was 186.9, from 121.0 to 307.9The spectral fit used was a power-law with photon index: 2.5
The counts-to-flux conversion factor is: 2.30 × 10-5 erg cm-2 ct-1
Rescale non-evolving BAT, Flux density at 10 keV plot.
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