J/A+A/442/1135 High-mass X-ray binaries in the Magellanic Clouds (Liu+, 2005)

J/A+A/442/1135/table1.dat High Mass X-ray binaries in Small Magellanic Cloud (92 records)

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RX J0032.9-7348 00 32 56.1 - 73 48 19. 304.7 -43.2*1 218 15.3 Be 125 0.2 125
RX J0041.2-7306 00 41 16.4 - 73 06 41. 304.0 -44.0[MA93] 22? 18.4 B17.0 R 91
AX J0041.6-7326 00 41 37.0 - 73 26 47. 303.9 -43.7 0.009 (0.7-10keV) 269
AX J0042.0-7344 00 42 04.8 - 73 44 58. 303.8 -43.4 0.023 (0.7-10keV) 269
RX J0045.6-7313 00 45 37.9 - 73 13 54. 303.5 -43.9[MA93] 114 164 18.3 B16.9 R Be 164 0.013 91
RX J0047.3-7312 P 00 47 23.42- 73 12 27.3303.3 -43.9[MA93] 172 164 16.19 -0.08 B2e 155, 271 0.02 - 0.2 (0.2-10keV) 89 48.8 263.64 78, 89, 230 AX J0047.3-7312
AX J0048.2-7309 00 48 14.9 - 73 10 03. 303.3 -44.0[MA93] 215? 164 15.3 0.26 Be 271 0.011 0.7-10keV 269
RX J0048.5-7302 00 48 34.5 - 73 02 30.0303.2 -44.1[MA93] 238 164 14.6 B16.9 R Be 89 0.01 - 0.032(0.2-10keV) 89 XMMU J004834.5-730230
AX J0049-729 TP 00 49 02.5 - 72 50 52. 303.2 -44.3star 218 16.92 0.09 Be 228 0.5 - 9. 125 642. 74.676 137, 45 RX J0049.1-7250
RX J0049.2-7311 P 00 49 13.84- 73 11 36.7303.2 -43.9star 40 16.51 -0.27 Be 228 0.04 113 9.1321 113 XMMU J004913.8-731136
RX J0049.5-7310 00 49 29.92- 73 10 58.0303.1 -43.9[MA93] 300 164 18.1 B15.6 R Be 91 0.006 - 0.03 (0.2-10keV) 89 91.5 208 XMMU J004929.9-731058
RX J0049.5-7331 00 49 33.7 - 73 31 25. 303.1 -43.6[MA93] 302 164 Be 0.053 (0.7-10keV) 269 AX J0049.5-7330
AX J0049.5-7302 00 49 35.2 - 73 02 47. 303.1 -44.1 0.0005 (0.7-10keV) 269
RX J0049.7-7323 P 00 49 42.0 - 73 23 15. 303.1 -43.7[MA93] 315 74 14.99 0.05 B1-3Ve 74 0.001 - 2. (0.2-10keV) 89, 137 394. 755.5 59, 265 XMMU J004942.3-732313
2S 0050-727 TP 00 52 07.7 - 72 25 50. 302.9 -44.7*4 [MA93] 531 26 ~14. -0.3 -1.0 O9 III-Ve 0.03 3, 68 < 1. - 5. 26 45.1 7.78 54, 75 SMC X-3
XTE J0050-732#1 P 00 50 - 73 16 303.1 -43.9 0.04 133 189. ? 16.6 137, 133
XTE J0050-732#2 P 00 50 - 73 16 303.1 -43.9 0.3 (2-15keV) 133 51. 133
RX J0050.7-7316 P 00 50 44.7 - 73 16 05. 303.0 -43.8*512 [MA93] 387 38 15.44 -0.03 -0.95B0III-Ve 0.23 35, 38, 67 0.16 (0.7-10keV) 259 1.416 323. 35, 259 AX J0051-733
XTE SMC46 TP 00 51 - 73 18 303. -43.5 ~ 0.36 48 46.4 48
RX J0050.7-7332 00 50 46.9 - 73 32 48. 303.0 -43.6[MA93] 393 164 Be 0.003 (0.5-10keV) 91
RX J0051.3-7216 TP 00 50 55.8 - 72 13 55. 303.0 -44.9[MA93] 413 218 15.06 -0.08 Be 271 2.6 147 88.4 91.1 208, 44, 159 AX J0051-722
RX J0050.9-7310 00 50 57.60- 73 10 07.9303.0 -44.0[MA93] 414 164 Be 0.011 - 0.05 (0.2-10keV) 89, 269 AX J0050.8-7310
XTE J0051-727 TP 00 51 42. - 72 45 302.9 -44.4 1.8 55 293.9 55
RX J0051.3-7250 00 51 19.6 - 72 50 44. 302.9 -44.3[MA93] 447 164 Be 0.004 (0.5-10keV) 91
AX J0051.4-7227 00 51 25.4 - 72 27 29. 302.9 -44.7 0.03 (0.7-10keV) 269
AX J0051.6-7302 00 51 39.9 - 73 02 58. 302.9 -44.1
RX J0051.8-7231 TP 00 51 53.0 - 72 31 45. 302.9 -44.6*2 [MA93] 506 218, 164 14.87 -0.27 Be 40 0.01 - 9. 125 28.0 8.9 56, 114 2E0050.1-7247
RX J0051.9-7311 TP 00 51 52.29- 73 10 33.4302.9 -43.9[MA93] 504 67 14.4 -0.07 B[e] 67 1.2 (0.2-10keV) 89, 263 67. 172.40 137, 263 AX J0051.6-7311
AX J0051.7-7341 00 51 56.05- 73 41 51.4302.9 -43.4 0.005 (0.3-10keV) 200
RX J0051.9-7255 00 51 54.2 - 72 55 36. 302.9 -44.2[MA93] 521 164 Be 0.006 (0.5-10keV) 91
2E0051.1-7304 00 52 52.4 - 72 48 30. 302.8 -44.3AzV138 164 14.28 0.0 B0e 83 0.002 (0.5-10keV) 91
XTE J0052-723 TP 00 52 6.6 - 72 20 44. 302.7 -45.1[MA93] 537 164, 136 15.8 0.1 B0V-B1Ve 136 5.6 136 4.78 136
XTE J0052-725 TP 00 52 09.1 - 72 38 03. 302.9 -44.5MACS J0052-726#004 225 15.02 0.14 228 0.36 (0.3-10keV) 77 82.4 48
RX J0052.1-7319 TP 00 52 13.9 - 73 19 13. 302.8 -43.8*A 58, 82 14.667 -0.005 O9.5IIIe 115, 227, 58 0.024 - 4.7 58 15.3 82 1E0050.3-7335
RX J0052.9-7158 TPU00 52 59.2 - 71 57 58. 302.8 -45.2[MA93] 623 67, 164 15.46 -0.07 -0.99Be 67 3.8 67, 149 200. ? 169.3 137, 149 2E 0051.1-7214
H 0053-739 TP 00 54 36.2 - 73 40 35. 302.6 -43.4*5 26 16.0 -0.3 -0.5 B1.5Ve 0.03 169 < 1. -50. 26 2.37 47 SMC X-2
CXOU J005323.8-722715 P 00 53 23.8 - 72 27 15. 302.7 -44.7[MA93] 667 164 16.19 -0.09 Be 271 0.01 (0.3-10keV) 77 125. 138. 77 RX J0053.4-7227
XTE SMC95 TP 00 53 24. - 72 49 18. 302.7 -44.3 2.1 135 280. 95. 137, 135
1WGA J0053.8-7226 TP 00 53 55.0 - 72 26 47. 302.7 -44.7*A (or *B) 17 14.93 -0.05 -0.87B1-B2III-Ve 17 1.4 45 139. 46.63 148, 45 XTE J0053-724
XTE Position A P 00 53 54. - 72 26 42. 302.7 -44.7 89. 53
RX J0054.5-7228 00 54 33.2 - 72 28 09. 302.6 -44.7[MA93] 772 164 Be 0.16 (0.5-10keV) 91
AX J0054.8-7244 TP 00 54 55.88- 72 45 10.5302.6 -44.4[MA93] 809 164 14.78 -0.05 -0.9 O9Ve 0.24 160, 164 0.066 (0.1-10keV) 97 261. 503.5 79, 77 RX J0054.9-7245
XTE J0055-724 TP 00 54 56.17- 72 26 27.6302.6 -44.7[MA93] 810 206, 218 15.28 -0.04 -0.78B0-B1III-V 0.06-0.28 35, 101, 206 1. 158 123. 58.969 137, 158, 196 1SAX J0054.9-7226
XTE J0055-727 TP 00 55 24. - 72 42 302.5 -44.4 164 2.8 51 34.8 18.37 51, 57
XMMU J005517.9-723853 P 00 55 18.44- 72 38 51.8302.5 -44.5star 15.87 -0.15 -0.83O9V 0.48 160 11.7 (0.1-10keV) 97 701.6 97 RX J0055.2-7238
CXOU J005527.9-721058 P 00 55 27.7 - 72 10 59. 302.5 -44.9star 40 16.8 -0.12 271 0.011 (0.3-10keV) 77 34.08 77 RX J0055.4-7210
XMMU J005605.2-722200 P 00 56 05.24- 72 22 00.9302.4 -44.8[MA93] 904 164, 40 16.51 -0.25 Be 40 0.004 (0.5-10keV) 91 140.1 200 2E0054.4-7237
XMMU J005615.2-723754 00 56 15.2 - 72 37 54. 302.4 -44.5 14.6 0.13 Be 271 0.005 212
XMMU J005724.0-722357 00 57 24.0 - 72 23 57. 302.3 -44.7 14.7 -0.07 271 0.004 212
AX J0057.4-7325 P 00 57 26.8 - 73 25 02. 302.3 -43.7^*^D 74 0.01 - 0.11 (0.7-10keV) 264 101.45 264 RX J0057.4-7325
CXOU J005736.2-721934 P 00 57 36.2 - 72 19 34. 302.3 -44.8[MA93] 1020 164 15.97 -0.02 Be 228 0.006 (0.6-7.5keV) 154 95.3 564.83 208, 154 XMMU J005735.7-721932
RX J0057.8-7202 P 00 57 48.4 - 72 02 42. 302.2 -45.0[MA93] 1036 164 15.65 -0.12 Be 271 0.17 (0.7-10keV) 91, 259 280.4 259 AX J0058-7203
CXOU J005750.3-720756 P 00 57 50.3 - 72 07 56. 302.2 -45.0[MA93] 1038 164 15.71 0.01 -0.96 173, 271 0.03 (0.6-7.5keV) 154 152.1 154, 200 RX J0057.8-7207
RX J0057.9-7156 00 57 57.0 - 71 56 20. 302.2 -45.2[MA93] 1044 164 17.1 B15.5 R Be 91 0.006 (0.5-10keV) 91
RX J0058.2-7231 00 58 11.7 - 72 30 50. 302.2 -44.6star 206, 74 14.9 0.06 B2-3Ve 74, 206 0.01 - 0.046(0.3-10keV) 200 59.72 207
RX J0058.3-7216 00 58 20.7 - 72 16 18. 302.2 -44.8 0.002 (0.7-10keV) 198, 269 AX J0058.3-7217
RX J0059.2-7138 TUP00 59 11.3 - 71 38 45. 302.1 -45.4star 217 14.1 0.11 B1IIIe 0.03 217 26. (0.2-2keV) 104, 130 2.7632 104
1XMMU J005921.0-722317P 00 59 21.04- 72 23 16.7302.1 -44.7star 15.02 -0.24 B0 40, 155 0.036 (0.2-6keV) 155 202. 155 RX J0059.3-7223
AX J0100.2-7110 01 00 12.1 - 71 10 15. 301.9 -45.9 0.007 (0.7-10keV) 269
RX J0100.2-7204 01 00 16.18- 72 04 45.8302.0 -45.0 0.002 (0.3-10keV) 200
XMMU J010030.2-722035 01 00 30.23- 72 20 35.1302.0 -44.8[MA93] 1208 164 Be 0.003 (0.3-10keV) 200
CXOU J010036.9-721316 01 00 36.92- 72 13 16.3301.9 -44.9star 16.73 -0.11 -0.84B2V 173 0.0005 (0.3-10keV) 173
AX J0100.9-7120 01 00 58.1 - 71 20 04. 301.8 -45.8 0.02 (0.7-10keV) 269
RX J0101.0-7206 TP 01 01 01.1 - 72 06 57. 301.9 -45.0^*^1 [MA93] 1240 164, 74 15.81 0.00 -0.95B3-4Ve 74, 173 0.1 125 304.49 154 CXOU J010102.7-720658
RX J0101.3-7211 P 01 01 20.5 - 72 11 18. 301.9 -44.9[MA93] 1257 164 15.49 -0.07 Be 228 0.02 - 0.08 (0.7-10.0keV) 199 74.7 455. 208, 199
AX J0101.4-7335 01 01 27.8 - 73 35 00. 302.0 -43.5 0.02 (0.7-10keV) 269
RX J0101.6-7204 01 01 37.56- 72 04 18.7301.8 -45.0[MA93] 1277 164 17.7 B16.4 R Be 91 0.003 (0.3-10keV) 200
AX J0101.8-7223 01 01 52.4 - 72 23 36. 301.8 -44.7[MA93] 1288 164 13.7 B14.3 R Be 91 0.02 - 0.06 (0.2-10keV) 89 XMMU J010152.4-722336
XTE SMC144s TP + 61.2 144.1 50, 49
XTE J0103-728 TP 01 03 24. - 72 43 301.7 -44.3 4. (2-30keV) 49 6.8482 49
RX J0103-722 P 01 03 13.9 - 72 09 14.0301.6 -44.9[MA93] 1367 105 14.8 0.089 O9-B1III-Ve0.23 35, 105 0.01 - 0.13 (0.2-2keV) 105, 116 345.2 116 SAX J0103.2-7209
1H0103-762 T 01 09 15.0 - 74 44 40. 301.3 -42.3star 17. Be 0.03 226 2.3 257 H 0107-750
RX J0103.6-7201 P 01 03 37.57- 72 01 33.2301.6 -45.1[MA93] 1393 164 14.65 -0.11 -1.08O5Ve 271 0.03 - 0.12 (0.5-10keV) 91, 200 1323.2 90
RX J0104.1-7243 01 04 07.4 - 72 43 59. 301.6 -44.4[MA93] 1440 164 14.1 B14.4 R Be 91 0.004 (0.5-10keV) 91
RX J0104.5-7221 T 01 04 35.6 - 72 21 43. 301.5 -44.7[MA93] 1470 164 14.8 B15.1 R Be 91 0.005 (0.5-10keV) 91
XTE Position B TP 01 05 - 72 06 21.6301.5 -45.0 164.7 53
AX J0105-722 TP 01 05 09.76- 72 11 46.4301.5 -44.9[MA93] 1506 80, 164 15.64 -0.01 Be 228 0.1 80 11.09 3.343 40, 260 RX J0105.1-7211
RX J0105.7-7226 01 05 41.6 - 72 26 17. 301.4 -44.6 164 0.002 91 XMMU J010541.5-722617
RX J0105.9-7203 01 05 55.38- 72 03 47.9301.4 -45.0[MA93] 1557 164 Be 0.007 (0.5-10keV) 91 AX J0105.8-7203
RX J0106.2-7205 01 06 15.1 - 72 05 25. 301.3 -45.0star 105 16.7 B2-B5III-Ve0.05-0.25 105 0.005 (0.2-2keV) 105
AX J0107.2-7234 T 01 07 10.9 - 72 35 36. 301.3 -44.5[MA93] 1619 164 16.6 B15.4 R Be 91 0.002 (0.5-10keV) 91 RX J0107.1-7235
XTE J0111.2-7317 TP 01 11 08.4 - 73 16 46. 301.0 -43.7^*^B 31, 58 15.32 0.08 B0.5-1Ve 31, 58 95.7 20, 39 31.0294 19 AX J0111.1-7316
AX J0113.0-7246 01 13 05.5 - 72 46 25. 300.7 -44.3 0.008 (0.7-10keV) 269
EXO 0114.6-7361 01 15 58.78- 73 21 25.0300.5 -43.7Sk 159? 11.89 -0.13 -0.97B0Ia 0.09 246 0.02 - 0.05 (0.16-3.5keV) 244
2U 0115-737 P 01 17 05.5 - 73 26 32. 300.4 -43.6Sk 160 195 13.3 -0.14 -0.98B0 Ib 0.03 106, 247 0.5 -57. 14 3.89 0.71 170, 187, 209 SMC X-1
RX J0117.6-7330 TP 01 17 41.4 - 73 30 49. 300.4 -43.5star 14.19 -0.07 B0.5IIIe 0.03 22, 216 10. 153 22.07 153
XTE J0119-731 PT 01 19 51. - 73 11 48. 300.1 -43.8 0.63 52 2.17 52
RX J0119.6-7330 01 19 39.0 - 73 30 14. 300.2 -43.5[MA93] 1867 164 15.9 -0.07 Be 271 0.002 (0.5-10keV) 91
AX J0120.0-7251 01 20 01.0 - 72 51 46. 300.0 -44.1 0.02 (0.7-10keV) 269
AX J0120.7-7255 01 20 44.5 - 72 55 13. 299.9 -44.0 0.02 (0.7-10keV) 269
AX J0127.8-7307 01 27 48.0 - 73 07 39. 299.3 -43.7 0.08 (0.7-10keV) 269
RX J0209.6-7427 02 09 37.2 - 74 27 12. 296.0 -41.6^*^1 124 ~14.45 B0Ve 124 10.6 (0.1-2.4keV) 124

J/A+A/442/1135/notes1.dat Individual notes for table1.dat (353 records)

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Note
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RX J0032.9-7348 Pos. (x 12.9"): [95]; very strong emission lines: [218];
RX J0032.9-7348 another early-type star within error circle: [218].
RX J0041.2-7306 Pos. (x 35.6"): [91]; source No. 2 in [91];
RX J0041.2-7306 counterpart [MA93] 22? or a fg star?: [91];
RX J0041.2-7306 Be/X-ray binary candidate: [269].
AX J0041.6-7326 Pos. (x 40"): [269]; source No. 14, X-ray binary
AX J0041.6-7326 candidate: [269].
AX J0042.0-7344 Pos. (x 40"): [269]; source No. 16, X-ray binary
AX J0042.0-7344 candidate: [269].
RX J0045.6-7313 Pos. (x 29.4"): [91]; Be/X-ray binary?: [91].
RX J0047.3-7312 Pos. (o): [271]; =XMMU J004723.7-731226=
RX J0047.3-7312 1XMMU J004723.7-731228; src No. 6: [89]; likely optical
RX J0047.3-7312 counterpart, the emission-line star [MA93] 172: [89];
RX J0047.3-7312 coincident with OGLE objects 116979 (Phase II) and 45007
RX J0047.3-7312 (Phase III): [78]; optical ctpt. in crowded field: [40];
RX J0047.3-7312 H{alpha} strong in emission: [40].
AX J0048.2-7309 Pos. (x 4"): [212]; source No. 22, Be/X-ray binary:
AX J0048.2-7309 [269]; position from XMM: [212]; ASCA source 24" from
AX J0048.2-7309 XMM source, the same source?: [212]; [MA93] 215 within
AX J0048.2-7309 the error of ASCA but outside the XMM error: [212];
AX J0048.2-7309 closest emission-line object about 20" from the XMM
AX J0048.2-7309 source: [212].
RX J0048.5-7302 Pos. (x 4.1"): [91]; Be/X-ray binary?: [91].
AX J0049-729 Pos. ( x 13.7"): [95, 126]; =AX J0049-728; two Be stars
AX J0049-729 within error circle: [35]; high variability: [125, 126];
AX J0049-729 X-ray orbital period of 642 d: [137]; pulsations
AX J0049-729 detected with ASCA: [262]; no period in any of the MACHO
AX J0049-729 candidates: [40]; H{alpha} strong in emission: [40];
AX J0049-729 cutoff energy at 16.2 keV and prominent iron K emission
AX J0049-729 line: [137].
RX J0049.2-7311 Pos. (x 4"): [91]; =AX J0049-732 ?; src No. 7 in [89];
RX J0049.2-7311 likely a BeXRB: [40, 95]; H{alpha} strong in emission
RX J0049.2-7311 (EW=-29.6{AA}): [40]; position of the optical ctpt.
RX J0049.2-7311 coincident with the ROSAT source RX J0049.2-7311: [40];
RX J0049.2-7311 more likely counterpart to the ASCA 9.1 s pulsar,
RX J0049.2-7311 AX J0049-732: [40, 212].
RX J0049.5-7310 Pos. (x 4.1"): [91]; src No. 9 in [89]; out of the
RX J0049.5-7310 revised ASCA error circle [229] of the X-ray 9.1s
RX J0049.5-7310 pulsar, AX J0049-732 [81, 208]: [40]; orbital period of
RX J0049.5-7310 91.5 d in the MACHO data: [208].
RX J0049.5-7331 Pos. (x 24.2"): [89]; src No. 28 in [269], src No. 11 in
RX J0049.5-7331 [91] and src No. 10 in [89].
AX J0049.5-7302 Pos. (x 40"): [269]; source No. 29 in [269]; X-ray binary
AX J0049.5-7302 candidate: [269].
RX J0049.7-7323 Pos. (x 1.5"): [265]; src No. 11 in [89];
RX J0049.7-7323 =AX J0049.4-7323?; revised analysis of the ASCA
RX J0049.7-7323 position associated AX J0049.4-7323 with the ROSAT src
RX J0049.7-7323 RX J0049.5-7310: [258]; H{alpha} in emission
RX J0049.7-7323 (EW=-23.7{AA}), BeXRB: [74]; large spin-up with
RX J0049.7-7323 dP/dt of -14s/yr: [89]; long-term optical mag.: [33];
RX J0049.7-7323 clearly visible peaks in all the optical data: [40];
RX J0049.7-7323 X-ray active at low level for over 20 years: [137];
RX J0049.7-7323 cutoff energy at 12.2keV and prominent iron K emission
RX J0049.7-7323 line: [137]; RXTE detected pulsations at 751s
RX J0049.7-7323 (XTE J0049-723): [137]; the 751 s pulsations likely not
RX J0049.7-7323 from AX J0049.4-7323 but from another long period pulsar
RX J0049.7-7323 with somewhat different characteristics: [137].
2S 0050-727 Pos. (o 3"): [14]; identified with a previously detected
2S 0050-727 7.78s RXTE pulsar (XTE J0055-725) by using archive
2S 0050-727 Chandra Data: [75]; orbital period of 44.86 days in both
2S 0050-727 visible and red light: [60]; transient: [26, 27];
2S 0050-727 projected rotational velocity v_r_sini~200km/s: [68];
2S 0050-727 H{alpha} strong in emission: [40].
XTE J0050-732#1 Pos. (huge): [133]; significant spin-down: [133];
XTE J0050-732#1 probably a HMXB : [89, 133]; proposed ROSAT ctpt
XTE J0050-732#1 RX J0051.8-7310 [133] not correct: [258]; orbital period
XTE J0050-732#1 of 189d from X-ray outbursts: [137].
XTE J0050-732#2 Pos. (huge): [133]; at XTE AO6 Position 1; probably a
XTE J0050-732#2 HMXB: [133]; initially reported as having a period of
XTE J0050-732#2 25.5s: [133]; ROSAT & ASCA obs.: [133].
RX J0050.7-7316 Pos. (o 1"): [35]; orbital period 0.708 days: [41, 201];
RX J0050.7-7316 108d period?: [137]; orbital solution: [35]; large
RX J0050.7-7316 spin-up: [89]; pulsations weakly detect with Chandra:
RX J0050.7-7316 [77]; orbital period change of 13.5s/year: [38];
RX J0050.7-7316 H{alpha} strong in emission: [40]; magnetar origin?:
RX J0050.7-7316 [146]; optical & IR ctpt search: [38];
RX J0050.7-7316 triple system?: [38].
XTE SMC46 Pos. (huge): [133]; at XTE Position A and D, position
XTE SMC46 poorly known transient: [48]; probably a HMXB: [48, 89].
RX J0050.7-7332 Pos. (x 33.7"): [91]; source No. 14 in [91];
RX J0050.7-7332 emission-line star in the error circle: [91].
RX J0051.3-7216 Pos. (x 10"): [45]; X-ray pulsation: [45, 116, 147];
RX J0051.3-7216 strong emission lines (EW=-21.9{AA}): [218, 40]; opt.
RX J0051.3-7216 spectrum: [218]; optical orbital period 88.4d: [87];
RX J0051.3-7216 light curve: [208]; X-ray orbital period of 115d: [137];
RX J0051.3-7216 another object (MACHO object 208.16034.71) out of the
RX J0051.3-7216 ROSAT error having an optical period of 115d: [40].
RX J0050.9-7310 Pos. (x 4"): [89]; =XMMU J005057.6-731007;
RX J0050.9-7310 Be/X-ray binary?: [269].
XTE J0051-727 Pos. (x 3.2'): [55]; transient: [55].
RX J0051.3-7250 Pos. (x 15.6"): [91]; source No. 17 in [91]; two close
RX J0051.3-7250 emission-line objects: [91]; source No. 16 in [89].
AX J0051.4-7227 Pos. (x 40"): [269]; src No. 38 in [269];
AX J0051.4-7227 X-ray binary candidate: [269].
AX J0051.6-7302 Pos. (x 40"): [269]; very soft: [269]; src No. 39
AX J0051.6-7302 in [269]; X-ray binary candidate: [269].
RX J0051.8-7231 Pos. (x 11"): [125]; X-ray activity: [125]; three
RX J0051.8-7231 emission line stars, star 2 (= [MA93] 506), AzV 111, and
RX J0051.8-7231 star 1 within the Einstein error, but only star 2 within
RX J0051.8-7231 the ROSAT error: [218]; optical ctpt [MA93] 506: [89];
RX J0051.8-7231 H{alpha} strong in emission: [40]; X-ray orbital period
RX J0051.8-7231 of 28.0d: [56]; striking similarity with the 16.6s
RX J0051.8-7231 pulsar in the times of X-ray detections, harmonic
RX J0051.8-7231 pulsation?: [137]; MACHO object 208.16087.9 having
RX J0051.8-7231 orbital period of 185d, similar to the X-ray orbital
RX J0051.8-7231 period of 189d [137] from the 16.6s pulsar: [40].
RX J0051.9-7311 Pos. (x 4.0"): [89]; =XMMU J005152.2-731033 =
RX J0051.9-7311 RX J0051.8-7310; Einstein src No. 25 in WW92: [244]; not
RX J0051.9-7311 associated with the supernova remnant DEM 60: [67];
RX J0051.9-7311 long-term X-ray history: [263]; no 67d period in the
RX J0051.9-7311 optical data: [137]; H{alpha} strong in emission: [40].
AX J0051.7-7341 Pos. ( x 2.1"): [200]; src No. 81 in [127]; X-ray binary
AX J0051.7-7341 candidate: [127, 200].
RX J0051.9-7255 Pos. (x 40"): [91]; emission-line star 487 [164] not
RX J0051.9-7255 completely ruled out as ctpt: [91]; src. No. 26
RX J0051.9-7255 in [244], source No 21 in [91] and No. 19 in [89].
2E0051.1-7304 Pos. (o): [164]; AzV138 [83]=No. 618 in [164];
2E0051.1-7304 source No. 24: [91].
XTE J0052-723 Pos. (o): [164]; poor X-ray position: [46]; prob. optical
XTE J0052-723 counterpart [MA93] 537: [136]; double-peaked H{alpha}
XTE J0052-723 emission with EW=-43.3{AA}: [136]; AzV129 out of the XTE
XTE J0052-723 error [136] with an optical period of 23.9d: [40].
XTE J0052-725 Pos. (o): [77]; HMXB candidate: [48, 77].
RX J0052.1-7319 Pos. (x 1.9"): [95]; =OGLE SMC SC6 99923: [227]; highly
RX J0052.1-7319 variable X rays: [122]; H{alpha} strong in emission
RX J0052.1-7319 (EW=-18.4{AA}): [40, 58, 115]; P_orb_ likely between
RX J0052.1-7319 600-700d: [227]; large peak in the MACHO data coincident
RX J0052.1-7319 with a ROSAT HRI X-ray detection [121]: [40]; B0Ve also
RX J0052.1-7319 possible: [58, 82]; BATSE X-ray outburst lasting
RX J0052.1-7319 60 days: [82].
RX J0052.9-7158 Pos. (x 30"): [267]; =AX J0052.9-7157=SMC 32; same src as
RX J0052.9-7158 XTE J0054-720: [267]; unlikely the supernova remnant
RX J0052.9-7158 IKT4: [67]; highly variable in X-rays: [67]; trans.
RX J0052.9-7158 supersoft source: [67]; H{alpha} strong in emission
RX J0052.9-7158 (EW=-24.5{AA}): [40]; ASCA detects pulsations: [267];
RX J0052.9-7158 orbital period of 200+/-40d: [137].
H 0053-739 Pos. (o): [169]; transient: [26, 27]; southern component
H 0053-739 of a close pair: [169]; v_r_sini~200km/s: [68]; ASCA
H 0053-739 obs.: [268]; H{alpha} in emission: [40]; 2 X-ray
H 0053-739 outbursts suggesting orbital period less than 70d: [137]
CXOU J005323.8-722715 Pos. (x 0.4"): [48]; src. No. 26 in [91]; coincident with
CXOU J005323.8-722715 MACHAO object 207.16202.50: [77] .
XTE SMC95 Pos.: [135]; huge thin strip error: [135]; two sources
XTE SMC95 (RX J0053.8-7252 and RX J0052.6-7247) and 69
XTE SMC95 emission-line stars [MA93] within the error: [135]; hard
XTE SMC95 X-ray spectrum, transient, prob. a Be/NS sys.: [135];
XTE SMC95 a candidate orbital period of 280 d from X-rays: [137].
1WGA J0053.8-7226 Pos. (x 10"): [45]; =AX J0053.9-7226; X-ray pulsations:
1WGA J0053.8-7226 [45, 148]; two components of star A: [17]; strong
1WGA J0053.8-7226 emission line star B (U=13.833, B=14.637, V=14.881) also
1WGA J0053.8-7226 in the error: [17]; very strong double-peaked H{alpha}
1WGA J0053.8-7226 emission line (EW=-21.9{AA}): [40]; orbital period from
1WGA J0053.8-7226 X-rays: [137, 148]; a star (MACHO object 207.16202.30),
1WGA J0053.8-7226 28" from the ctpt. with a period of 152.4d and a
1WGA J0053.8-7226 secondary period of 98d, unlikely to be the correct
1WGA J0053.8-7226 counterpart: [40].
XTE Position A Pos. (huge): [53]; probably a HMXB: [53].
RX J0054.5-7228 Pos. (x 45.7"): [91]; source No 29: [91];
RX J0054.5-7228 src. No. 28 in [89].
AX J0054.8-7244 Pos. (x 0.2"): [97]; =CXOU J005455.6-724510 =
AX J0054.8-7244 XMMU J005455.4-724512; source No. 30 in [91]; coincident
AX J0054.8-7244 with MACHO object 207.16245.16: [1]; also coincident
AX J0054.8-7244 with OGLE object numbered 47103 (in Phase II) and 36877
AX J0054.8-7244 (in Phase III): [228]; pulsations of 499.2s with XMM:
AX J0054.8-7244 [89]; spectrum typical for a (Be) high mass X-ray binary
AX J0054.8-7244 pulsar: [97].
XTE J0055-724 Pos. (x 0.1"): [35]; =1WGA J0054.9-7226=RX J0054.9-7226 =
XTE J0055-724 OGLE 00545617-7226476; period 14.26 days: [35]; 65 days
XTE J0055-724 period: [150]; very strong H{alpha} emission line
XTE J0055-724 (EW=-12.5{AA}): [40, 218]; consistent with Einstein
XTE J0055-724 source 2E0053.2-7242: [196]; possible orbital period of
XTE J0055-724 123d: [137]; no significant period in the optical
XTE J0055-724 data: [40].
XTE J0055-727 Pos. (x 0.1deg): [51]; emission line objects AzV164 and
XTE J0055-727 [MA93] 829 close to the center: [51]; outbursts: [57].
XMMU J005517.9-723853 Pos. (x 0.2"): [97]; within the 9" error of the ROSAT
XMMU J005517.9-723853 source: [97]; OGLE counterpart: [97].
CXOU J005527.9-721058 Pos. (x 0.99"): [77]; discovery with Chandra
CXOU J005527.9-721058 observations: [77]; probably a Be/X-ray binary: [77];
CXOU J005527.9-721058 nearest optical counterpart (optical colors consistent
CXOU J005527.9-721058 with a B-type star) 2" away from the X-ray position
CXOU J005527.9-721058 (1" error): [40].
XMMU J005605.2-722200 Pos. (x 2.0"): [200]; [MA93] 904 as the optical ctpt.
XMMU J005605.2-722200 based upon an XMM position: [89]; pulses narrower in the
XMMU J005605.2-722200 soft band than in the hard: [200]; several sources
XMMU J005605.2-722200 blended together: [40, 271]; V=15.88: [271].
XMMU J005615.2-723754 Pos. (x 4.0"): [212]; probably a Be/X-ray binary: [212].
XMMU J005724.0-722357 Pos. (x 4.0"): [212]; probably a high-mass X-ray
XMMU J005724.0-722357 binary: [212].
AX J0057.4-7325 Pos. (x 21.1"): [89]; flat X-ray sp: [264]; SG/X-ray
AX J0057.4-7325 binary: [264]; BeXRB?: [89]; optical ctpt.
AX J0057.4-7325 MACS J0057-734#010?: [264]; J-K=0.67: [74].
CXOU J005736.2-721934 Pos. (x 0.6"): [154]; src No. 59 in [269]?; pulsar with
CXOU J005736.2-721934 Be companion: [154, 200]; H{alpha} strong in emission
CXOU J005736.2-721934 (EW=-28{AA}): [40].
RX J0057.8-7202 Pos. (x 7.9"): [95]; HMXB (?): [95]; emission line star
RX J0057.8-7202 ctpt: [91]; very strong H{alpha} emission line
RX J0057.8-7202 (EW=-37.3{AA}): [40].
CXOU J005750.3-720756 Pos. (x 0.6"): [154]; RX J0057.8-7202; pulsar with a
CXOU J005750.3-720756 late O, early B Be companion: [154, 173]; source No 36
CXOU J005750.3-720756 in [91]; significant minimum of the folded light curve
CXOU J005750.3-720756 at phase 0.4: [200]; H{alpha} strong in emission
CXOU J005750.3-720756 (EW=-19.8{AA}): [40].
RX J0057.9-7156 Pos. (o): [164]; source No 37 in [91] and No. 36 in [89].
RX J0058.2-7231 Pos. (x 1.7"): [200]; very weak x-ray emission: [206];
RX J0058.2-7231 H{alpha} in emission (EW=-14.57{AA}) with very marked
RX J0058.2-7231 V/R asymmetry: [74]; long-term optical light curve:
RX J0058.2-7231 [207]; optical orbital period: [207].
RX J0058.3-7216 Pos. (x 6.3"): [198]; =SNR 0056-725=IKT16; src No. 64,
RX J0058.3-7216 X-ray binary candidate: [269]; source No. 78,
RX J0058.3-7216 XRB?: [198].
RX J0059.2-7138 Pos. (x 2.8"): [95]; strong H{alpha} emission line:
RX J0059.2-7138 [104]; broad-band X-ray study: [130]; two components
RX J0059.2-7138 X-ray spectrum: [104, 130]; extremely ultrasoft X-ray
RX J0059.2-7138 sp.: [104]; soft X-ray luminosity of 8x10^37^ while hard
RX J0059.2-7138 X-ray luminosity of 1.8x10^38^ at 0.1-10keV: [130].
1XMMU J005921.0-722317Pos. (o): [271]; =USNO-A2.00150-00660299; relatively hard
1XMMU J005921.0-722317 x-ray sp.: [200]; src No. 139 in [127]; weak hard XRB:
1XMMU J005921.0-722317 [127]; very high optical variability but no significant
1XMMU J005921.0-722317 optical period: [40].
AX J0100.2-7110 Pos. (x 40"): [269]; src No. 70 in [269]; X-ray binary
AX J0100.2-7110 candidate: [269].
RX J0100.2-7204 Pos. (x 1.2"): [198]; source No. 88 in [198] and src
RX J0100.2-7204 No. 147 in [127]; X-ray spectral index 2.00: [200];
RX J0100.2-7204 X-ray binary candidate: [127, 200]; very faint object on
RX J0100.2-7204 the DSS2: [200]; AGN also possible: [200].
XMMU J010030.2-722035 Pos. (x 3.2"): [200]; very faint, new BeXRB?: [200];
XMMU J010030.2-722035 src No. 39 in [89].
CXOU J010036.9-721316 Pos. (x 6.3"): [173]; also known as 2MASS0100370-721315;
CXOU J010036.9-721316 hard X-ray spectrum: [173]; long-tern variable in B
CXOU J010036.9-721316 band: [173]; spectral type and colors consistent with
CXOU J010036.9-721316 a HMXB: [173].
AX J0100.9-7120 Pos. (x 40"): [269]; src No. 73 in [269]; X-ray binary
AX J0100.9-7120 candidate: [269].
RX J0101.0-7206 Pos. (x 2.8"): [125]; also known as 2MASS0101029-720658;
RX J0101.0-7206 period of ~1300d (orbit?): [173]; very strong H{alpha}
RX J0101.0-7206 emission line (EW=17.5-54.6{AA}): [74, 218].
RX J0101.3-7211 Pos. (x 1.6"): [91]; X-ray luminosity variable by a fact
RX J0101.3-7211 of 4: [199]; prominent H{alpha} emission (EW=11{AA}),
RX J0101.3-7211 weak H{beta} emission and the absence of H{gamma}
RX J0101.3-7211 absorption due to emission infill of the line: [199];
RX J0101.3-7211 source No. 43 in [91] and ASCA source No. 27 in [269];
RX J0101.3-7211 5s spin down between 1993- 2001: [199]; strong X-ray
RX J0101.3-7211 variation: [95, 200].
AX J0101.4-7335 Pos. (x 40"): [269]; src No. 75 in [269];
AX J0101.4-7335 X-ray binary candidate: [269].
RX J0101.6-7204 Pos. (x 1.0"): [200]; src No. 42 in [89].
AX J0101.8-7223 Pos. (x 4.1"): [89]; src No. 43 in [89] and No 45 in [91]
XTE SMC144s Pos. of the source unconstrained: [49]; also known as XTE
XTE SMC144s Position B; transient: [50]; a neutron/Be star
XTE SMC144s binary: [50].
XTE J0103-728 Pos. (x 0.14deg): [49]; HMXB candidate: [89].
RX J0103-722 Pos. (o 0.1"): [35]; =CXOU J010314.1-720915 =
RX J0103-722 2E 0101.5-7225; consistent with the known supernova
RX J0103-722 remnant SNR 0101-724 and the Einstein source
RX J0103-722 1E 0101.5-7225: [105]; strong variation below 2.0keV:
RX J0103-722 [200]; large spin-up: [89, 116]; strong H{alpha}
RX J0103-722 activity in the BeppoSAX error circle: [116].
1H0103-762 Pos. (o): [226]; variable X-ray source: [226];
1H0103-762 not observed with ROSAT: [89].
RX J0103.6-7201 Pos. (x 0.2"): [200]; src No. 45 in [89]; close to
RX J0103.6-7201 SNR 1E0102-72.3: [90]; longest pulsation detected with
RX J0103.6-7201 XMM: [90]; not detected with XMM in high luminosity
RX J0103.6-7201 state: [200]; long-term X-rays, varied by a fact of 50:
RX J0103.6-7201 [90]; soft spectral component in X-ray
RX J0103.6-7201 spectrum: [90, 200].
RX J0104.1-7243 Pos. (x 17.7"): [164]; src No. 46 in [89] and No. 51
RX J0104.1-7243 in [91].
RX J0104.5-7221 Pos. (x 2.3"): [91]; src No. 47 in [89] and No. 52
RX J0104.5-7221 in [91]; not detected by XMM.
XTE Position B Pos. (huge): [53]; probably a Be/X-ray binary: [53].
AX J0105-722 Pos. (x 4.2"): [89, 95]; containing six sources within
AX J0105-722 the ASCA error: [80]; likely a Be/X-ray binary: [80];
AX J0105-722 multiwavelenth obs.: [80]; very strong H{alpha} emission
AX J0105-722 line (EW=-54{AA}): [40]; very unlikely to be associated
AX J0105-722 with the emission line object [MA93] 1517: [89];
AX J0105-722 unusually strong optical period of 11.09d: [40];
AX J0105-722 rotation period of part of the circumstellar disk?:
AX J0105-722 [40]; visible triple structure peak of the period
AX J0105-722 power spectrum: [40].
RX J0105.7-7226 Pos. (x 4.2"): [89]; src No. 54 in [91]; [MA93] 1544
RX J0105.7-7226 outside the error box, no evidence as Be/X-ray
RX J0105.7-7226 binary: [89].
RX J0105.9-7203 Pos. (x 1.6"): [200]; src. No. 85 in [269],
RX J0105.9-7203 No. 55 in [91] and No. 49 in [89].
RX J0106.2-7205 Pos. (x 15"): [127]; no optical spectrum from the
RX J0106.2-7205 suggested counterpart: [89]; consistent with the known
RX J0106.2-7205 supernova remnant SNR 0104-72.3: [105];
RX J0106.2-7205 opt/IR obs.: [193].
AX J0107.2-7234 Pos. (x 11.1"): [91]; src No. 202 in [127],
AX J0107.2-7234 No. 56 in [91] and No. 50 in [89];
AX J0107.2-7234 not detected with Chandra: [173].
XTE J0111.2-7317 Pos. (o 1"): [31]; prominent 6.4 keV iron line: [137];
XTE J0111.2-7317 optical outbursts: [31]; opt. and IR measurements [31];
XTE J0111.2-7317 very strong H{alpha} emission line (EW=-22.8{AA}):
XTE J0111.2-7317 [40, 115]; most likely Be instead of B[e]: [58]; a
XTE J0111.2-7317 brighter B0Ve star out of the X-ray error: [58]; an H II
XTE J0111.2-7317 region surrounding the source: [39]; characteristics
XTE J0111.2-7317 typical of a giant or type II outburst in a BeXRB
XTE J0111.2-7317 including large spin-up rates: [39]; weak iron line
XTE J0111.2-7317 feature at 6.4keV at bright state: [266].
AX J0113.0-7246 Pos. (x 40"): [269]; src No. 93 in [269];
AX J0113.0-7246 X-ray binary candidate: [269].
EXO 0114.6-7361 Pos. (o): [246]; suggested optical counterpart, the B0Ia
EXO 0114.6-7361 star Sk 159 (= AzV 488): [244]; another B0Ia star,
EXO 0114.6-7361 AzV477, even closer to the X-ray position.
2U 0115-737 Pos. (o 3"): [26]; eclipsing binary system: [186];
2U 0115-737 highly variable X-ray source on short timescales (<1hr):
2U 0115-737 [167, 210]; pulse timing & X-ray orbit: [187]; aperiodic
2U 0115-737 X-ray variability: [5]; long-term X-ray obs.: [10, 85];
2U 0115-737 X-ray sp. [251, 252]; opt. lt crv. & system parameters:
2U 0115-737 [129, 143, 220, 239]; opt. spectrum & orbit: [106, 191];
2U 0115-737 double-peaked H{alpha} emission line (EW=-2.5{AA}):[40];
2U 0115-737 v_r_sini~200km/s: [106]; UV obs.: [11, 98, 234];
2U 0115-737 magnetic field strength: [142]; orbital decay: [139];
2U 0115-737 pulsating nature in the soft X-ray component: [182];
2U 0115-737 significant variation in the phase shift between hard
2U 0115-737 and soft pulses: [175]; clearly continuing spin-up, a
2U 0115-737 narrow and weak iron emission line at 6.4keV: [171]; a
2U 0115-737 third (superorbital) period varies smoothly from 60 to
2U 0115-737 45 d and then returned to its former value, on a
2U 0115-737 time-scale of approximately 1600d: [29]; X-ray flares
2U 0115-737 similar to the type II X-ray bursts from GRO J1744-28:
2U 0115-737 [167]; simultaneous ultraviolet (Hubble) and X-ray
2U 0115-737 (Chandra) observations: [243]; composition and
2U 0115-737 distribution of the wind of Sk 160: [255].
RX J0117.6-7330 Pos. (x 0.6"): [95]; X-ray outburst: [28]; IR excess and
RX J0117.6-7330 strong H{alpha} emission (EW= -21.9{AA}): [22, 36, 40];
RX J0117.6-7330 projected rotational velocity 145km/s: [216]; mass of
RX J0117.6-7330 the Be star 18 M_{sun}_: [216]; opt. phm. &
RX J0117.6-7330 spectroscopy: [216]; soft X-ray spectrum: [28];
RX J0117.6-7330 hard X-ray spectrum: [153].
XTE J0119-731 Pos. (x 4.2'): [52]; the fastest known transient pulsar
XTE J0119-731 in the SMC: [52]; not detected in observations 3 weeks
XTE J0119-731 before and 2 weeks after: [52]; optical spectroscopic
XTE J0119-731 observations: [34]; two emission-line optical
XTE J0119-731 counterparts, [MA93] 1864 and Lin 526, within the
XTE J0119-731 XTE error box: [34].
RX J0119.6-7330 Pos. (x 4"): [212]; src No. 54 in [89] and src
RX J0119.6-7330 No. 60 in [91]; Be/X-ray binary candidate: [89, 91].
AX J0120.0-7251 Pos. (x 40"): [269]; src No. 97 in [269];
AX J0120.0-7251 X-ray binary candidate: [269].
AX J0120.7-7255 Pos. (x 40"): [269]; src No. 98 in [269];
AX J0120.7-7255 X-ray binary candidate: [269].
AX J0127.8-7307 Pos. (x 40"): [269]; src No. 104 in [269];
AX J0127.8-7307 X-ray binary candidate: [269].
RX J0209.6-7427 Pos. (x 12"): [124]; in the outer wing of the SMC: [124];
RX J0209.6-7427 variability in the X-ray light curve with a timescale of
RX J0209.6-7427 ~40 days, probably is related to the binary orbital
RX J0209.6-7427 period of the system: [124]; likely optical counterpart
RX J0209.6-7427 of a V~14mag star: [124]; H{alpha} in emission with an
RX J0209.6-7427 equivalent width of -10.8{AA}, therefore a Be-type
RX J0209.6-7427 X-ray binary: [124].

J/A+A/442/1135/table2.dat High Mass X-ray binaries in Large Magellanic Cloud (36 records)

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(l) Vmag
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mag
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mag
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RX J0456.9-6824 04 56 54.1 - 68 24 35. 279.6 -35.5 0.0026 (0.1-2.4keV) 88
RX J0457.2-6612 04 57 12.4 - 66 12 10. 276.9 -36.1 0.003 (0.1-2.4keV) 88
RX J0501.6-7034 05 01 23.9 - 70 33 33. 281.9 -34.5HV2289 203 14.5 -0.07 B0Ve 174, 203 0.011 174 CAL 9
RX J0502.9-6626 TP05 02 51.6 - 66 26 25. 277.0 -35.4star 203 14.22 -0.10 B0Ve 202 5.7 204 4.0635 204 CAL E
RX J0507.6-6847 05 07 37.9 - 68 47 49. 279.7 -34.5 0.09 (0.1-2.4keV) 25
RX J0512.6-6717 05 12 41.8 - 67 17 23. 277.8 -34.3 0.0083 (0.1-2.4keV) 88
RX J0516.0-6916 T 05 16 00.1 - 69 16 09. 280.1 -33.6*2 67 15.0 -0.1 -0.9 B1V 67 0.07 67
RX J0520.5-6932 T 05 20 30.3 - 69 32 04. 280.3 -33.2star 203 14.4 0.01 -0.34 O9Ve 0.22 203, 32 123. (20-70keV) 76 24.4 32
RX J0523.2-7004 05 23 14.9 - 70 04 12. 280.8 -32.9 0.002 (0.1-2.4keV) 88
RX J0524.2-6620 05 24 12.7 - 66 20 50. 276.4 -33.4 0.0078 (0.1-2.4keV) 88
RX J0527.1-7005 05 27 07.9 - 70 05 00. 280.8 -32.5 0.0025 (0.1-2.4keV) 88
RX J0527.3-6552 05 27 23.7 - 65 52 35. 275.8 -33.1 0.0065 (0.1-2.4keV) 88
RX J0529.4-6952 05 29 25.9 - 69 52 11. 280.5 -32.4 0.0025 (0.1-2.4keV) 88
RX J0529.8-6556 TP05 29 48.4 - 65 56 51. 275.9 -32.9GSC 8891.0213 94 14.81 -0.16 B0.5Ve 94, 174 0.17 94 69.5 94
XMMU J053011.2-655122 P 05 30 10.6 - 65 51 27. 275.8 -32.9 0.006 (0.2-10keV) 96 272. 96 RX J0530.1-6551
RX J0530.7-6606 05 30 47.4 - 66 06 15. 276.0 -32.8 0.0008 (0.1-2.4keV) 88
RX J0531.2-6607 TP05 31 13.8 - 66 07 03. 276.1 -32.7*1 218 14.4 B0.7Ve 0.1 99, 162 1.4 99 25.4 13.7 70 EXO 053109-6609.2
XMMU J053115.4-705350 05 31 15.4 - 70 53 50. 281.7 -32.1 13.7 211 0.025 211
RX J0531.5-6518 05 31 36.1 - 65 18 16. 275.1 -32.7 87 16.02 -0.16 B2V 174 0.046 174
2A 0532-664 P 05 32 46.1 - 66 22 03. 276.3 -32.5Sk-Ph 24 14.0 -0.1 -1.1 O8 III 0.1 102,128,152,174 < 3. -60. 14 1.40 13.5 170, 128 LMC X-4
RX J0532.3-7107 05 32 22.7 - 71 07 32. 281.9 -31.9 0.006 (0.1-2.4keV) 88
RX J0532.4-6535 05 32 25.3 - 65 35 09. 275.4 -32.6RGC 36 GRV 0532-6535 13.64 190 0.01 (0.1-2.4keV) 87
RX J0532.5-6551 U 05 32 32.6 - 65 51 40.8275.7 -32.6Sk-65 66 195 13.09 -0.09 B0II 174, 195 0.03 (0.1-2.4keV) 93
RX J0535.0-6700 T 05 35 05.9 - 67 00 16. 277.1 -32.2RGC 28 190 14.87 -0.07 B0Ve 174, 190 0.04 (0.1-2.4keV) 87 241. ? 190
RX J0535.6-6651 05 35 41.6 - 66 51 58. 276.9 -32.2 0.009 (0.1-2.4keV) 88
1A 0535-668 PT05 35 41.2 - 66 51 52. 276.9 -32.2*Q 21, 120 12.3 -14.9 0.1 -0.9 B0.5 IIIe 0.1 21,152,174,179 180. 14 16.7 0.069 170, 273 1A 0538-66
RX J0535.8-6530 05 35 53.8 - 65 30 34. 275.3 -32.3 0.5 (0.1-2.4keV) 87
1H 0538-641 U 05 38 56.3 - 64 05 03. 273.6 -32.1*1 236 16.5 -17.3 -0.2 -0.6 B2.5 Ve 0.1 62,152,174,231 < 1.7 -44. 14 1.70 62 LMC X-3
3A 0540-697 U 05 39 39.5 - 69 44 37. 280.2 -31.5*32 61, 72 14.5 0.29 -0.70 O8 III 0.37 8,108,174 3. -25. 14 4.22 110 LMC X-1
XMMU J054134.7-682550 05 41 34.7 - 68 25 50. 278.7 -31.5 13.7 211 0.01 211
RX J0541.4-6936 05 41 22.2 - 69 36 29. 280.0 -31.4Sk -69 271 197 12.01 0.00 B2SG 117, 192 0.0005 (0.1-2.4keV) 197
RX J0541.5-6833 05 41 37.1 - 68 32 32. 278.8 -31.4BI 267 16 14.02 -0.03 -1.04 B0III 16, 160 0.0015 (0.1-2.4keV) 197 RX J0541.6-6832
RX J0543.9-6539 05 43 58.0 - 65 39 52. 275.4 -31.5 0.005 (0.1-2.4keV) 88
H 0544-665 05 44 15.6 - 66 34 59. 276.5 -31.4*1 119 15.4 -0.20 -0.96 B0 Ve 0.1 152, 235, 174 1.8 119
1SAX J0544.1-7100 TP05 44 06.3 - 71 00 50. 281.6 -31.0star 69 15.33 0.13 B0Ve 0.32 32, 69 0.36 69 286. ? 96.08 32, 69 RX J0544.1-7100
RX J0546.8-6851 05 46 48.3 - 68 51 47. 279.1 -31.0 0.01 (0.1-2.4keV) 88

J/A+A/442/1135/notes2.dat Individual notes for table2.dat (129 records)

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RX J0456.9-6824 Pos. (x 11.1"): [88]; src No. 657 in [88]; HMXB?: [123].
RX J0457.2-6612 Pos. (x14.5"): [88]; src No. 266 in [88]; HMXB?: [123].
RX J0501.6-7034 Pos. (x 2.9"): [197]; HV 2289 variable with a large
RX J0501.6-7034 amplitude of variability: [203, 205];
RX J0501.6-7034 IUE ultraviolet obs.: [205].
RX J0502.9-6626 Pos. (x 1.2"): [197]; X-rays : [63, 204]; highly variable
RX J0502.9-6626 X-ray emission: [203]; IUE ultraviolet obs.: [205].
RX J0507.6-6847 Pos. (x 7.1"): [88]; src No. 724 in [88]; a large SNR
RX J0507.6-6847 around an X-ray binary: [25]; a BeRXB in the cluster
RX J0507.6-6847 HS122?: [25]; probably a Be X-ray binary: [25]; on the
RX J0507.6-6847 west end of the LMC bar: [25].
RX J0512.6-6717 Pos. (x 40"): [87]; src No. 513 in [88];
RX J0512.6-6717 a HMXB (?): [88]; weak source, hard X-ray spectrum: [87]
RX J0516.0-6916 Pos. (x 7.3"): [197]; star 2 likely counterpart, but no
RX J0516.0-6916 obvious emission: [67].
RX J0520.5-6932 Pos. (x 16.6"): [87]; not detected with Einstein: [203];
RX J0520.5-6932 IUE ultraviolet obs.: [205]; long-term MACHO optical
RX J0520.5-6932 light curves and major outburst: [76]; optical period
RX J0520.5-6932 also detected in the MACHO red curve: [76]; 2MASS mag.
RX J0520.5-6932 with J=14.4, H=14.2 and K=14.3: [76]; H{alpha} and
RX J0520.5-6932 H{beta} in emission: [32, 76].
RX J0523.2-7004 Pos. (x 9.9"): [88]; src 1071 in [88]; classified X-ray
RX J0523.2-7004 binary: [88, 123, 197].
RX J0524.2-6620 Pos. (x 7.0"): [88]; src No. 305 in [88]; classified
RX J0524.2-6620 X-ray binary: [88, 123, 197]; in the eastern HI shell of
RX J0524.2-6620 the supergiant shell LMC 4: [123].
RX J0527.1-7005 Pos. (x 11.9"): [88]; src No. 1078 in [88]; classified
RX J0527.1-7005 X-ray binary: [88, 123, 197]; X-ray variable: [123].
RX J0527.3-6552 Pos. (x 15.9"): [88]; src No. 186 in [88]; HMXB?: [123].
RX J0529.4-6952 Pos. (x 9.8"): [88]; src No. 1032 in [88];
RX J0529.4-6952 XRB at LMC bar: [123].
RX J0529.8-6556 Pos. (x 8"): [94]; opt. spectrum: [253]; pulsations
RX J0529.8-6556 clearly detected with XMM: [96].
XMMU J053011.2-655122 Pos. (x 2.8"): [88]; X-ray spectrum: [96]; a new HMXB
XMMU J053011.2-655122 (Be/X-ray binary?): [96]; src No. 183 in [88];
XMMU J053011.2-655122 variable: [123].
RX J0530.7-6606 Pos. (x 11.4"): [88]; src No. 247 in [88];
RX J0530.7-6606 probably a HMXB: [123].
RX J0531.2-6607 Pos. (x 2.2"): [88, 180]; recurrent transient: [99];
RX J0531.2-6607 optical counterpart (northern star of a pair): [92];
RX J0531.2-6607 H{alpha} in emission (EW=-10{AA}) and H{beta} in weak
RX J0531.2-6607 emission: [218]; long-term MACHO optical light curves:
RX J0531.2-6607 [162]; hard X-ray spectrum: [99]; X-ray outburst:
RX J0531.2-6607 [18, 92]; not detected with Einstein and with EXOSAT
RX J0531.2-6607 between 1983 and 1985: [99, 151]; orbital period between
RX J0531.2-6607 4 and 40 days, mostly 25.4 days, e=0.1: [70]; soft
RX J0531.2-6607 emission: [96]; eclipses of the X-ray emitting areas
RX J0531.2-6607 with increased photo-electric absorption before and
RX J0531.2-6607 after the eclipse during the pulse: [96]; spin-up,
RX J0531.2-6607 hard spectrum with a weak iron emission line: [86, 189].
XMMU J053115.4-705350 Pos. (x 4"): [211]; HMXB: [211].
RX J0531.5-6518 Pos. (x 18.8"): [87]; probably variable, a HMXB: [87];
RX J0531.5-6518 only one bright object in the error: [87]; probably a Be
RX J0531.5-6518 star at disc-less phase in 2000: [174].
2A 0532-664 Pos. (o 2"): [14]; variable and persistent X-ray src.:
2A 0532-664 [128]; X-ray orbital parameters: [128, 138, 183]; X-ray
2A 0532-664 eclipses: [141, 248]; the 30 day accretion-disk
2A 0532-664 procession period in X-rays: [134, 224]]; opt. 30 day
2A 0532-664 period: [100, 112]; X-ray spectrum: [219, 252]; rapid
2A 0532-664 X-ray variability: [7]; X-ray flare: [168, 183];
2A 0532-664 presence of a soft excess: [182]; opt. light curve:
2A 0532-664 [23, 100, 112]; opt. spectrum & radial velocity curve:
2A 0532-664 [107]; v_r_sini~170km/s: [107]; precessing-disk model:
2A 0532-664 [100]; UV obs.: [11, 185, 234]; UV/X-ray obs.: [242];
2A 0532-664 orbital decay: [140, 194, 256]; discovery of a cyclotron
2A 0532-664 absorption line at 100keV in X-ray high state, inferred
2A 0532-664 {mu}=1.1x10^31^G.cm^3: [132]; detection of pulsations in
2A 0532-664 the soft spectral component: [172]; milli-hertz QPOs at
2A 0532-664 frequencies of 0.65-1.35 and 2-20 mHz: [166].
RX J0532.3-7107 Pos. ( x 24.3"): [88]; = CAL 50, MACHO 14.8376.548;
RX J0532.3-7107 src No. 1238 in [88]; HMXB?: [123].
RX J0532.4-6535 Pos. (x 17.4"): [87]; hard X-ray spectrum: [87];
RX J0532.4-6535 Be star: [87]; J=11.9, H=11.1, K=10.7: [190] .
RX J0532.5-6551 Pos. (o): [195]; long-term X-ray variation [93]; X-ray
RX J0532.5-6551 variable up to a factor of 66, apparently persistent
RX J0532.5-6551 src.: [197]; optical ctpt., first OB supergiant HMXB in
RX J0532.5-6551 the LMC: [93]; variable black hole candidate or a
RX J0532.5-6551 NS: [93].
RX J0535.0-6700 Pos. (x 4"): [87]; IR photometry: [190]; Be/X-ray system
RX J0535.0-6700 instead of Mira variable [190]: [87];
RX J0535.0-6700 H{beta} nearly filled-in: [174].
RX J0535.6-6651 Pos. (x 9.8"): [88]; src No. 436 in [88]; HMXB?: [123].
1A 0535-668 Pos. (o 2"): [120]; X-ray outbursts separated by 16.6d:
1A 0535-668 [118, 249]; X-ray pulsations: [213]; optical outbursts
1A 0535-668 by more than 2mag in the V band:[21, 42, 71, 273, 240];
1A 0535-668 optical period of 16.651 d along with 420.8 d period:
1A 0535-668 [2, 163]; long-term off states: [151, 179]; quiescent
1A 0535-668 opt. phm. & spectroscopy: [42, 109, 214, 215, 232, 240];
1A 0535-668 very strong emission lines during outbursts: [21]; IR
1A 0535-668 obs.: [4]; opt. polarimetry: [30];
1A 0535-668 UV obs.: [21, 103, 188]; wind structure: [245]; X-ray
1A 0535-668 obs. during quiescence: [165]; accretion to
1A 0535-668 magnetosph.: [43]; previous spectral-type , B2IV: [21];
1A 0535-668 large eccentricity (>0.4): [120, 213].
RX J0535.8-6530 Pos. (x 13"): [87]; likely a HMXB: [87].
1H 0538-641 Pos. (o 3"): [7]; X-ray obs.: [86, 119]; long-term X-ray
1H 0538-641 obs.: [181]; rapid X-ray variability: [7]; X-ray
1H 0538-641 spectrum: [219, 221, 250, 253]; X-ray variability at the
1H 0538-641 orbital period; [13]; 199 d X-ray period: [65, 219];
1H 0538-641 opt. light curve: [9, 241]; mass function:[62, 131,177];
1H 0538-641 mass of the compact object greater than 7.0M_{sun}_, a
1H 0538-641 massive BH: [62]; v_r_sini~130 km/s: [62]; UV obs.:
1H 0538-641 [66, 222, 223]; X-ray/UV/opt. obs.: [223]; near IR sp.:
1H 0538-641 [64]; pure hard power-law spectrum combined with strong
1H 0538-641 broadband noise and QPO: [12]; strong spectral
1H 0538-641 variability on time--scales of days to weeks, recurring
1H 0538-641 soft-to-hard state transitions: [254]; long-term
1H 0538-641 variability in optical light curves: [15];
1H 0538-641 far-ultraviolet spectra: [111].
3A 0540-697 Pos. (o 3"): [14]; ultra-soft X-ray sp., BHC: [250];
3A 0540-697 X-ray sp. & QPO: [73]; rapid X-ray variability:[7, 176];
3A 0540-697 X-ray obs.: [119, 219]; broadband X-ray spectra: [86];
3A 0540-697 mass function: [110]; v_r_sini~150 km/s: [108];
3A 0540-697 UV obs.: [8, 110]; in He III region: [178].
XMMU J054134.7-682550 Pos. (x 4"): [211]; HMXB: [211].
RX J0541.4-6936 Pos. (x 6.6"): [197]; supergiant: [197].
RX J0541.5-6833 Pos. (x 4.5"): [16].
RX J0543.9-6539 Pos. (x 8.6"): [88]; src No. 148 in [88]; HMXB?: [123].
H 0544-665 Pos. (o 3"): [7]; *1 member of LMC: [235]; long-term
H 0544-665 MACHO optical light curves: [162]; Be nature of star 1,
H 0544-665 first detection of H{alpha} in emission: [218].
1SAX J0544.1-7100 Pos. ( x 3.3"): [87]; transient: [87]; very hard X-ray
1SAX J0544.1-7100 spectrum: [69]; pronounced H{alpha} activity from a
1SAX J0544.1-7100 Be-type star: [32, 69]; large variability in the
1SAX J0544.1-7100 OGLE I-band light curve: [32].
RX J0546.8-6851 Pos. (x 48.7"): [88]; src No. 747 in [88]; source listed
RX J0546.8-6851 in the section of background AGN, but probably an X-ray
RX J0546.8-6851 binary located in or at least very close to the
RX J0546.8-6851 supergiant shell LMC 4: [88, 123].

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