The double-peaked 2008 outburst of the accreting milli-second X-ray pulsar, IGR J00291+5934
Context. In August 2008, the accreting milli-second X-ray pulsar (AMXP), IGR J00291+5934, underwent an outburst lasting ∼100 days, the first since its discovery in 2004. Aims. We present data from the 2008 double-peaked outburst of IGR J00291+5934 from
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