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ATEL # 2616; E. Bozzo (ISDC-University of Geneva, Switzerland), G. Weidenspointner (MPE, Germany and MPI-HLL, Germany), E. Kuulkers (ESA/ESAC, Spain; on behalf of the INTEGRAL Galactic bulge monitoring team), R. Terrier (CNRS/APC, France), P. Kretschmar (ISOC/ESAC, Spain) A. Carmona (ISDC-University of Geneva, Switzerland)
on 12 May 2010; 22:21 UT
Password Certification: Nami Mowlavi (Nami.Mowlavi@obs.unige.ch)
Subjects: X-ray, Gamma Ray, Transients
Referred to by ATEL #: 2627
Following the announcement of the discovery of the new transient XMMSL1 J171900.4-353217, we noticed that INTEGRAL was pointing in the direction of the source in the same period of the XMM-Newton slew.
XMMSL1 J171900.4-353217 was in the IBIS/ISGRI FOV from 2010 March 09 at 11:17 to 2010 March 11 at 12:23 (UTC), during the satellite revolution 904. The source was not detected in the IBIS/ISGRI mosaic.
By using the different observational subsets available in Rev. 904 we determined 3 sigma upper limits on the source X-ray flux between 8 and 18 mCrab (20-40 keV energy band).
A 3 sigma upper limit of 6 mCrab (20-40 keV) was obtained by summing up all the observations (effective exposure time 59 ks).
XMMSL1 J171900.4-353217 was outside the JEM-X2 FOV during the entire observational period.