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17 New Identified INTEGRAL Sources

ATel #232; L. Bassani, A. Malizia, J. B. Stephen (IASF Bologna Italy); A. Bazzano, P. Ubertini (IASF Roma Italy); E. J. Barlow, A. J. Bird, A. J. Dean, A. B. Hill, S. E. Shaw (Southampton University Southampton UK); R. Walter, A. Bodaghee (ISDC Geneva Switzerland); G. Belanger, F. Lebrun, R. Terrier (CEA Saclay France); R. Much (RSSD ESTEC/ESA Nordwijk The Netherlands)
on 13 Feb 2004; 14:01 UT
Credential Certification: Malizia Angela (malizia@bo.iasf.cnr.it)

Subjects: X-ray, Gamma Ray, AGN, Binary, Black Hole, Cataclysmic Variable, Nova, Supernova Remnant, Pulsar

Referred to by ATel #: 239, 264, 293, 457, 654

We report the first detection in the hard X-ray band (>20 keV) of 17 known sources. The sources have been detected by the IBIS/ISGRI instrument on board INTEGRAL and found in all-sky mosaics built from data of the INTEGRAL core program accumulated between February 27 and October 19, 2003.

Number

ISGRI Ra&Dec(2000)

Probable Identification

Type

Sigma

 

 

 

 

 

 

N.1

18 55.0

-31 09.8

4U1849-31

Cat Var

22

N.2

18 38.1

-06 55.4

AXJ1838.0-0655

X-ray source

7

N.3

16 49.6

-43 49.9

PSRJ1649-4349/PMN1649-4352

Pulsar/Radio

8

N.4

21 42.8

+43 34.2

SSCygni

Dwarf Nova

7

N.5

17 41.8

-12 12.3

2E1739.1-1210

X-ray source

6

N.6

18 20.5

-14 32.9

AXJ1820.5-1434

HMXRB

21

N.7

17 00.4

-42 20.2

AXJ1700.2-4220

X-ray source

7

N.8

17 45.7

-28 59.5

2E1742.5-2858

LMXRB

21

N.9

01 18.0

+65 15.3

4U0114+65

HMXRB

9

N.10

18 41.3

+04 56.1

1E1841-045/Kes73

SNR/Pulsar

10

N.11

18 46.4

-02 57.8

AXJ1846.4-0258/Kes75

SNR/pulsar

9

N.12

18 33.6

-10 33.2

SNR021.5-00.9

SNR

12

N.13

18 45.7

00 51.5

Ginga1843+00

HMXRB

8

N.14

19 40.1

-10 24.4

RXJ1940.1-1025

Cat Var

7

N.15

19 42.6

-10 19.6

NGC6814

Seyfert1

7

N.16

22 07.9

+54 32.5

4U2206+54

HMXRB

22

N.17

18 07.0

-29 25.3

XTEJ1807-294

Msec pulsar

17



The error radius of each position is smaller than 3 arcmin (90% confidence level). Statistical significances are measured between 20 and 40 keV. Properties of these sources will be presented in Bird et al. (2004).