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The transient X-ray source SAX J1810.8-2609 was discovered on 1998, March 10 with the Wide Field Cameras on board the BeppoSAX satellite, while observing the Galactic Bulge in the 2-28 keV energy range. On March 11, a strong type-I X-ray burst was detected with evidence of photospheric radius expansion. A follow-up target of opportunity observation with the Narrow-Field Instruments (NFI) was performed on March 11 and 12, for a total elapsed time of 8.51 x 10^4 s. The wide band spectral datadoi:10.1086/308987 fatcat:s7wt7jowhvarrhkh2e3ldyhvty