INTEGRAL serendipitous hard X-ray detection of the millisecond pulsar HETE J1900.1-2455
ATel #590; P. Goldoni (APC & SAp/CEA-Saclay, France), S. Soldi (ISDC, Geneva), S. E. Shaw (Southampton UK/ISDC, Geneva), M. Cadolle Bel (APC & SAp/CEA-Saclay, France), P. Laurent (APC & SAp/CEA-Saclay, France), M. Falanga (APC & SAp/CEA-Saclay, France), A. Goldwurm (APC & SAp/CEA-Saclay, France), P. Ubertini (INAF/IASF Rome Italy)
on 23 Aug 2005; 08:10 UT
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We report the serendipitous detection with the IBIS/ISGRI detector
of the millisecond pulsar HETE J1900.1-2455 (ATEL #516) during the INTEGRAL
ToO observations of XTE J1818-245 in the Galactic Center Region from
2005-08-20 10:00:00 (UTC) until 2005-08-21 06:38:23 (UTC).
HETE J1900.1-2455 was at a distance between 7 and 14 degrees from the
pointing direction and it is clearly detected in the 20-40 and 40-80
keV energy bands with significance levels of 26 and 13 sigma, respectively.
This correspond to a source flux of ~37 mCrab (20-40 keV) and ~32 mCrab
We remark that the source is stronger than previously reported (ATEL #525),
which supports a new period of activity after the June 2005 outburst unlike
what has been observed in the other accreting millisecond pulsars.
This renewed activity has also been suggested by the recent Swift detection
on August 17 2005 of a soft burst from HETE J1900.1-2455 (Barbier et al., GCN