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previous images (v7.6L)
There are periodic increases in 2-4 keV flux after 56050 MJD. It is systematic
due to insuficcient calibration of A-camera No.2. Its 4-10 and 10-20 keV bands are correct.
This camera observes Sco X-1 in 7 days out of 70days (ISS orbital precession cycle).
There is a flux drop in 2-4 keV and an increase in 10-20 keV in 56470-56500 MJD.
It is systematic due to gas leakage (gas-gain rise) of A-camera No.0.
There is a flux drop in 2-4, 4-10, and 10-20 keV around 57010 MJD (2014.12.19).
It is due to a series of bad scans due to a bad combination of scan direction and sun avoidance.
The data is updated in every 3 hours.
The data was processed with version 7L, where both 1650V and 1550V data
are used. A-system camera 0 (gas leaking camera) is used until 57900 MJD.
There, the flux has a large uncertainty (a few tens of % in 2-4 keV).
Even in 4-10 keV, the data have larger uncertainty than those in
the other cameras.
After 57900 MJD, A-system Camera 0 is no-longer used in version 7L,
and the data have smaller error bars, although data gaps appears
for some sources.
Light curve Data
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