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Optical observations of IGR J00291+5934 in the post outburst phase

Optical observations of IGR J00291+5934 in the post outburst phase,10.1017/S1743921306007927,Proceedings of The International Astronomical Union,M. T.

Optical observations of IGR J00291+5934 in the post outburst phase  
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We present optical observations of the newly discovered accretion powered millisecond pulsar IGR J00291+5934, undertaken in the weeks following its outburst on 2nd December 2004. The decay to quiescence is seen to be highly variable with no indication of a modulation on the ˜2.46 hr orbital period apparent in the data, consistent with a system at low inclination. We also have a single Keck LRIS spectrum of the companion to IGR J00291+5934 taken 10 days after outburst. Strong hydrogen and helium emission lines are observed confirming the identity of the counterpart.
Journal: Proceedings of The International Astronomical Union , vol. 230, no. S230, pp. 80-81, 2006
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