S. Mereghetti (INAF/IASF-Milano), D. Gotz (CEA/Saclay), A. von Kienlin
(MPE), V. Beckmann, V. Savchenko, A. Neronov, M. Beck (ISDC), J.Borkowski
(CAMK/Torun) report on behalf of the INTEGRAL SPI-ACS GRB team:
On 2009 Jan 22, the SPI Anti-Coincidence System (ACS) on-board INTEGRAL
recorded two bright and long bursts from the AXP 1E1547.0-5408 that
recently reactivated (GCN 8833, 8835, 8837, 8838).
In both bursts, pulsations at the neutron star period of 2.1 s are clearly visible
The start times, duration, and ACS peak count rates (Dt=50 ms) are the
1) 06:48:04.2 UT 8.4 s 1.5 10^6 cts/s
2) 08:17:29.4 UT 6.4 s 1.9 10^5 cts/s
Burst 1) consists of a short inital spike, lasting about 0.25 s, followed
by a pulsating tail.
The light curves are available at http://isdc.unige.ch/Soft/ibas/ibas_acs_web.cgi