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Why do X-ray binaries such as GRS-1915 have active and quiet states?
X-ray binaries such as GRS-1915 feature a black hole and a regular star. The x-ray luminosity is likely related to the rate of mass flow into the black hole from the star so when there is a lot of ...
Oct 8 '13 at 14:49
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