X-ray Variability and Evidence for Pulsations from the Unique Radio Pulsar/X-ray Binary Transition Object FIRST J102347.6+003841

ASTROPHYSICAL JOURNAL, no. 1 (2010): 88.0-95.0

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Abstract

We report on observations of the unusual neutron-star binary system FIRST J102347.6+003841 carried out using the XMM-Newton satellite. This system consists of a radio millisecond pulsar (PSR J1023+0038) in a 0.198 day orbit with a similar to 0.2 M-circle dot Roche-lobe-filling companion and appears to have had an accretion disk in 2001. W...More

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