Faulkes Telescope Light Curves of XTE J1752-223

The 2009 - 2010 outburst (data from the Faulkes TelescopesSwift BATRXTE ASM and WHTThese data have appeared in ATel #2775 and in the paper, 'A late jet rebrightening revealed from multi-wavelength monitoring of the black hole candidate XTE J1752-223' here.

1752 light curve

Finding charts (all north = top, east = left): 

Faulkes i'-band on 2010-07-15 (260 sec, seeing = 0.9"):
40 x 60 arcsec FOV; red circle = 0.31" UVOT error circle from Curran et al. 2010.

The faint star 0.8" to the north has magnitudes V > 20.3; R = 19.7 +- 0.1; i' = 18.4 +- 0.2   

1752 i finder

2MASS H-band:

40 x 60 arcsec FOV; red circle = 0.31" UVOT error circle from Curran et al. 2010.

1752 H finder

 

WHT LIRIS images: H-band (left; 240 sec) and Ks-band (right; 360 sec) on 2010-07-01 (seeing = 0.6" - 0.8"):
20 x 20 arcsec FOV; counterpart marked

XTE J1752-223 had magnitudes H = 15.6 +- 0.1; Ks = 15.2 +- 0.1 on this date (fade towards quiescence).

The faint star 0.8" to the north has magnitudes H = 15.5 +- 0.1; Ks = 15.2 +- 0.1

1752 WHT H1752 WHT K

 

X-ray light curves and hardness-intensity diagrams can be found here.

Finding charts by M. Torres can be found here. 

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