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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society: Letters
In the microquasar V4641 Sgr the spin of the black hole is thought to be misaligned with the binary orbital axis. The accretion disc aligns with the black hole spin by the Lense-Thirring effect near to the black hole and further out becomes aligned with the binary orbital axis. The inclination of the radio jets and the Fe$K\alpha$ line profile have both been used to determine the inclination of the inner accretion disc but the measurements are inconsistent. Using a steady state analyticaldoi:10.1111/j.1745-3933.2008.00545.x fatcat:364qujuzgbgh5dprmflbucxoua