Demonstrating the likely neutron star nature of five M31 globular cluster sources with Swift-NuSTAR spectroscopy

Thomas Maccarone, M. Yukita, A. Hornschemeier, B.D. Lehmer, V. Antoniou, A. Ptak, D.R. Wik, A. Zezas, P. Boyd, J. Kennea, K.L. Page, M. Eracleous, B.F. Williams, S.E. Boggs, F.E. Christensen, W.W. Craig, C.J. Hailey, F.A. Harrison, D. Stern

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Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)3633-3643
JournalMonthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society
StatePublished - Jun 2016

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Maccarone, T., Yukita, M., Hornschemeier, A., Lehmer, B. D., Antoniou, V., Ptak, A., Wik, D. R., Zezas, A., Boyd, P., Kennea, J., Page, K. L., Eracleous, M., Williams, B. F., Boggs, S. E., Christensen, F. E., Craig, W. W., Hailey, C. J., Harrison, F. A., & Stern, D. (2016). Demonstrating the likely neutron star nature of five M31 globular cluster sources with Swift-NuSTAR spectroscopy. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 3633-3643.