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2010, Cambridge contemporary astrophysics, ISBN 9780521191845, xxi, 362
"Due to the advent of a new generation of detectors, X-ray polarimetry promises to join X-ray imaging, spectroscopy and timing as one of the main observational... 
X-ray astronomy | Astrophysical spectropolarimetry
Book
Journal of Applied Crystallography, ISSN 1600-5767, 06/2019, Volume 52, Issue 3, pp. 599 - 604
Journal Article
by Harrison, Fiona A and Craig, William W and Christensen, Finn E and Hailey, Charles J and Zhang, William W and Boggs, Steven E and Stern, Daniel and Cook, W. Rick and Forster, Karl and Giommi, Paolo and Grefenstette, Brian W and Kim, Yunjin and Kitaguchi, Takao and Koglin, Jason E and Madsen, Kristin K and Mao, Peter H and Miyasaka, Hiromasa and Mori, Kaya and Perri, Matteo and Pivovaroff, Michael J and Puccetti, Simonetta and Rana, Vikram R and Westergaard, Niels J and Willis, Jason and Zoglauer, Andreas and An, Hongjun and Bachetti, Matteo and Barrière, Nicolas M and Bellm, Eric C and Bhalerao, Varun and Brejnholt, Nicolai F and Fuerst, Felix and Liebe, Carl C and Markwardt, Craig B and Nynka, Melania and Vogel, Julia K and Walton, Dominic J and Wik, Daniel R and Alexander, David M and Cominsky, Lynn R and Hornschemeier, Ann E and Hornstrup, Allan and Kaspi, Victoria M and Madejski, Greg M and Matt, Giorgio and Molendi, Silvano and Smith, David M and Tomsick, John A and Ajello, Marco and Ballantyne, David R and Baloković, Mislav and Barret, Didier and Bauer, Franz E and Blandford, Roger D and Brandt, W. Niel and Brenneman, Laura W and Chiang, James and Chakrabarty, Deepto and Chenevez, Jerome and Comastri, Andrea and Dufour, Francois and Elvis, Martin and Fabian, Andrew C and Farrah, Duncan and Fryer, Chris L and Gotthelf, Eric V and Grindlay, Jonathan E and Helfand, David J and Krivonos, Roman and Meier, David L and Miller, Jon M and Natalucci, Lorenzo and Ogle, Patrick and Ofek, Eran O and Ptak, Andrew and Reynolds, Stephen P and Rigby, Jane R and Tagliaferri, Gianpiero and Thorsett, Stephen E and Treister, Ezequiel and Urry, C. Megan
Astrophysical Journal, ISSN 0004-637X, Volume 770, Issue 2, pp. 1 - 19
Journal Article
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, ISSN 0035-8711, 2010, Volume 405, Issue 2, pp. 877 - 886
X-ray mirrors are usually built in the Wolter I (paraboloid-hyperboloid) configuration. This design exhibits no spherical aberration on-axis but suffers from... 
telescopes | instrumentation: high angular resolution | X‐rays: general | Instrumentation: high angular resolution | Telescopes | X-rays: general | I TELESCOPE | ABERRATION | DESIGN | ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS | OPTIMIZATION | IMAGER | OPTICS | MIRRORS | Space telescopes | X rays | Astronomy | Polls & surveys
Journal Article
The Astrophysical Journal, ISSN 0004-637X, 04/2009, Volume 695, Issue 2, pp. 1351 - 1356
We present XMM Reflection Grating Spectrometer (RGS) and Chandra Low-Energy Transmission Grating (LETG) observations of the blazar, H 2356-309, located behind... 
Diffuse radiation | X-rays: diffuse background | Cosmology: observations | X-rays: galaxies: clusters | BL Lacertae objects: individual (H 2356-309) | MARKARIAN-421 | diffuse radiation | HOT INTERGALACTIC MEDIUM | SUPERCLUSTER | SIGHT | FOREST | ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS | LINE | cosmology: observations | SPECTRUM | LIKELIHOOD RATIO | BARYONS | CHANDRA DETECTION
Journal Article
by Zhang, ShuangNan and Santangelo, Andrea and Feroci, Marco and Xu, YuPeng and Lu, FangJun and Chen, Yong and Feng, Hua and Zhang, Shu and Brandt, Søren and Hernanz, Margarita and Baldini, Luca and Bozzo, Enrico and Campana, Riccardo and De Rosa, Alessandra and Dong, YongWei and Evangelista, Yuri and Karas, Vladimir and Meidinger, Norbert and Meuris, Aline and Nandra, Kirpal and Pan, Teng and Pareschi, Giovanni and Orleanski, Piotr and Huang, QiuShi and Schanne, Stephane and Sironi, Giorgia and Spiga, Daniele and Svoboda, Jiri and Tagliaferri, Gianpiero and Tenzer, Christoph and Vacchi, Andrea and Zane, Silvia and Walton, Dave and Wang, ZhanShan and Winter, Berend and Wu, Xin and in’ t Zand, Jean J. M and Ahangarianabhari, Mahdi and Ambrosi, Giovanni and Ambrosino, Filippo and Barbera, Marco and Basso, Stefano and Bayer, Jörg and Bellazzini, Ronaldo and Bellutti, Pierluigi and Bertucci, Bruna and Bertuccio, Giuseppe and Borghi, Giacomo and Cao, XueLei and Cadoux, Franck and Ceraudo, Francesco and Chen, TianXiang and Chen, YuPeng and Chevenez, Jerome and Civitani, Marta and Cui, Wei and Cui, WeiWei and Dauser, Thomas and Del Monte, Ettore and Di Cosimo, Sergio and Diebold, Sebastian and Doroshenko, Victor and Dovciak, Michal and Du, YuanYuan and Ducci, Lorenzo and Fan, QingMei and Favre, Yannick and Fuschino, Fabio and Gálvez, José Luis and Gao, Min and Ge, MingYu and Gevin, Olivier and Grassi, Marco and Gu, QuanYing and Gu, YuDong and Han, DaWei and Hong, Bin and Hu, Wei and Ji, Long and Jia, ShuMei and Jiang, WeiChun and Kennedy, Thomas and Kreykenbohm, Ingo and Kuvvetli, Irfan and Labanti, Claudio and Latronico, Luca and Li, Gang and Li, MaoShun and Li, Xian and Li, Wei and Li, ZhengWei and Limousin, Olivier and Liu, HongWei and Liu, XiaoJing and Lu, Bo and Luo, Tao and Macera, Daniele and Malcovati, Piero and Martindale, Adrian and Michalska, Malgorzata and ...
Science China Physics, Mechanics & Astronomy, ISSN 1674-7348, 2/2019, Volume 62, Issue 2, pp. 1 - 25
In this paper we present the enhanced X-ray Timing and Polarimetry mission—eXTP. eXTP is a space science mission designed to study fundamental physics under... 
Classical and Continuum Physics | Physics, general | X-ray instrumentation | X-ray timing | space mission: eXTP | Physics | X-ray polarimetry | Astronomy, Observations and Techniques | PHYSICS, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | DRIFT CHAMBER | GAS PIXEL DETECTOR | SIMULATIONS
Journal Article
Journal of High Energy Astrophysics, ISSN 2214-4048, 09/2015, Volume 7, p. 1
Journal Article
Journal of High Energy Astrophysics, ISSN 2214-4048, 09/2015, Volume 7, p. 1
Journal Article
Journal Article
The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, ISSN 1538-4365, 01/2015, Volume 216, Issue 2, p. 28
Journal Article
The Astrophysical Journal, ISSN 0004-637X, 05/2013, Volume 770, Issue 2, p. 98
Journal Article
Astrophysical Journal, ISSN 0004-637X, 2012, Volume 753, Issue 1, pp. 67 - 13
Journal Article
Astronomy and Astrophysics, ISSN 0004-6361, 03/2016, Volume 587
Context. Focused on the study of transient sources, time domain astronomy today is one of the most active and growing areas of research in astronomy. Most of... 
Surveys | Supernovae: general | Gravitational waves | CALIBRATION | TELESCOPE | surveys | X-RAY-ABSORPTION | FOLLOW-UP | SUPERNOVA | supernovae: general | SHOCK BREAKOUT | 1ST | GRAVITATIONAL-WAVES | ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS | TRANSIENTS | gravitational waves | EMISSION | Satellites | Satellite-borne instruments | Galaxies | Searching | Supernovas | Time domain | Astronomy | Monitoring
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