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SGR 1900+14

Detected source flux by BAT during period of intense activity of SGR 1900+14 on March 29 with 64 ms timescale.

Detected source flux by BAT during period of intense activity of SGR 1900+14 on March 29 with 64 ms timescale. Horizontal zero of the plot (MET 165292691 = 2006-03-29 02:38:10) is the beginning of the observation. Some individual bursts (especially during the storm around +900 seconds in the plot) caused wrapping in the internal counters and so the vertical scale is truncated.

Detail of the storm plotted with 1ms timescale.

Detail of the storm plotted with 1ms timescale. Vertical axis is counts/ms ~12-100 keV. Horizontal zero of the plot is MET 165293500 = 2006-03-29 02:51:39. This is a wide plot and to view a larger version just click the figure. Once loaded, you may have to scroll your browser window to the right to see the entire figure.