- Conference date: 27-30 Apr 1997
- Location: Williamsburg, Virginia (USA)
The black hole candidate GX 339−4 was first detected as a variable radio source by Sood & Campbell–Wilson  in May 1994 with the Molonglo Observatory Synthesis Telescope (MOST). Since then, several observations have been obtained with the Australian Telescope Compact Array (ATCA) in order to study the radio behavior of this source in relation to its soft and hard X-ray activity. We present new results of high resolution radio observations performed with the ATCA in order to study the jet-like feature observed in GX 339−4 by Fender et al. . From the ATCA lightcurve at 8640 MHz, we find evidence of quenched radio emission from GX 339−4.
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