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Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union, ISSN 1743-9213, 08/2018, Volume 14, Issue S346, pp. 353 - 357
AbstractIn order to understand the progenitor of rotation powered pulsars, we compare them with High-mass X-ray binary (HMXB) pulsars, (or X-ray pulsars), in... 
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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
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ASTROPHYSICAL JOURNAL, ISSN 0004-637X, 10/2019, Volume 884, Issue 2, p. 153
The diffuse hard X-ray emission that fills the Galactic center, bulge, and ridge is believed to arise from unresolved populations of X-ray binary systems.... 
INTERMEDIATE POLARS | CROSS-SECTIONS | X-rays: general | X-rays: binaries | STATISTICS | LUMINOSITY FUNCTION | Galaxy: center | DWARF NOVAE | X-rays: diffuse background | ORIGIN | POINT SOURCES | MAGNETIC CATACLYSMIC VARIABLES | SPACE DENSITY | ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS | ABSORPTION
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by Aharonian, F.A and Akamatsu, H and Akimoto, F and Allen, S.W and Angelini, L and Arnaud, K.A and Audard, M and Awaki, H and Axelsson, M and Bamba, A and Bautz, M.W and Blandford, R.D and Bulbul, E and Brenneman, L.W and Brown, G.V and Cackett, E.M and Chernyakova, M and Chiao, M.P and Coppi, P and Costantini, E and Plaa, J. De and Herder, J.-W. Den and Done, C and Dotani, T and Ebisawa, K and Eckart, M.E and Enoto, T and Ezoe, Y and Fabian, A.C and Ferrigno, C and Foster, A.R and Fujimoto, R and Fukazawa, Y and Furuzawa, A and Galeazzi, M and Gallo, L.C and Gandhi, P and Giustini, M and Goldwurm, A and Gu, L and Guainazzi, M and Haba, Y and Hagino, K and Hamaguchi, K and Harrus, I and Hatsukade, I and Hayashi, K and Hayashi, T and Hayashida, K and Hiraga, J and Hornschemeier, A.E and Hoshino, A and Hughes, J.P and Ichinohe, Y and Iizuka, R and Inoue, H and Inoue, S and Inoue, Y and Ishibashi, K and Ishida, M and Ishikawa, K and Ishisaki, Y and Itoh, M and Iwai, M and Iyomoto, N and Kaastra, J.S and Kallman, T and Kamae, T and Kara, E and Kataoka, J and Katsuda, S and Katsuta, J and Kawaharada, M and Kawai, N and Kelley, R.L and Khangulyan, D and Kilbourne, C.A and King, A.L and Kitaguchi, T and Kitamoto, S and Kitayama, T and Kohmura, T and Kokubun, M and Koyama, S and Koyama, K and Kretschmar, P and Krimm, H.A and Kubota, A and Kunieda, H and Laurent, P and Lebrun, F and Lee, S.-H and Leutenegger, M.A and Limousin, O and Loewenstein, M and Long, K.S and Lumb, D.H and Madejski, G.M and Maeda, Y and Maier, D and ... and Hitomi Collaboration and SLAC National Accelerator Lab., Menlo Park, CA (United States)
Astrophysical Journal Letters, ISSN 2041-8205, 03/2017, Volume 837, Issue 1, pp. L15 - L15
X-ray spectroscopy with Hitomi was expected to resolve the origin of the faint unidentified E approximate to 3.5 keV emission line reported in several... 
galaxies: clusters: individual (A426) | galaxies: clusters: intracluster medium | X-rays: galaxies: clusters | dark matter | DECAYING DARK-MATTER | TEMPERATURE | SEARCH | ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS | Galactic clusters | Charge exchange | Emission spectroscopy | Dark matter | Decay | Flux | XMM (spacecraft) | Signatures | ASTRONOMY AND ASTROPHYSICS | galaxies | clusters | X-rays
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by Aharonian, Felix and Akamatsu, Hiroki and Akimoto, Fumie and Allen, Steven W and Angelini, Lorella and Audard, Marc and Awaki, Hisamitsu and Axelsson, Magnus and Bamba, Aya and Bautz, Marshall W and Blandford, Roger and Brenneman, Laura W and Brown, Gregory V and Bulbul, Esra and Cackett, Edward M and Chernyakova, Maria and Chiao, Meng P and Coppi, Paolo S and Costantini, Elisa and De Plaa, Jelle and Den Herder, Jan-Willem and Done, Chris and Dotani, Tadayasu and Ebisawa, Ken and Eckart, Megan E and Enoto, Teruaki and Ezoe, Yuichiro and Fabian, Andrew C and Ferrigno, Carlo and Foster, Adam R and Fujimoto, Ryuichi and Fukazawa, Yasushi and Furuzawa, Akihiro and Galeazzi, Massimiliano and Gallo, Luigi C and Gandhi, Poshak and Giustini, Margherita and Goldwurm, Andrea and Gu, Liyi and Guainazzi, Matteo and Haba, Yoshito and Hagino, Kouichi and Hamaguchi, Kenji and Harrus, Ilana M and Hatsukade, Isamu and Hayashi, Katsuhiro and Hayashi, Takayuki and Hayashida, Kiyoshi and Hiraga, Junko S and Hornschemeier, Ann and Hoshino, Akio and Hughes, John P and Ichinohe, Yuto and Iizuka, Ryo and Inoue, Hajime and Inoue, Yoshiyuki and Ishida, Manabu and Ishikawa, Kumi and Ishisaki, Yoshitaka and Iwai, Masachika and Kaastra, Jelle and Kallman, Tim and Kamae, Tsuneyoshi and Kataoka, Jun and Katsuda, Satoru and Kawai, Nobuyuki and Kelley, Richard L and Kilbourne, Caroline A and Kitaguchi, Takao and Kitamoto, Shunji and Kitayama, Tetsu and Kohmura, Takayoshi and Kokubun, Motohide and Koyama, Katsuji and Koyama, Shu and Kretschmar, Peter and Krimm, Hans A and Kubota, Aya and Kunieda, Hideyo and Laurent, Philippe and Lee, Shiu-Hang and Leutenegger, Maurice A and Limousine, Olivier and Loewenstein, Michael and Long, Knox S and Lumb, David and Madejski, Greg and Maeda, Yoshitomo and Maier, Daniel and Makishima, Kazuo and Markevitch, Maxim and Matsumoto, Hironori and Matsushita, Kyoko and McCammon, Dan and McNamara, Brian R and Mehdipour, Missagh and Miller, Eric D and Miller, Jon M and Mineshige, Shin and Mitsuda, Kazuhisa and ... and Hitomi Collaboration and SLAC National Accelerator Lab., Menlo Park, CA (United States) and Lawrence Livermore National Lab. (LLNL), Livermore, CA (United States) and Fysikum and Naturvetenskapliga fakulteten and Stockholms universitet and Oskar Klein-centrum för kosmopartikelfysik (OKC)
Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 11/2017, Volume 551, Issue 7681, pp. 478 - 480
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Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 04/2015, Volume 520, Issue 7549, pp. 646 - 649
The Galactic Centre hosts a puzzling stellar population in its inner few parsecs, with a high abundance of surprisingly young, relatively massive stars bound... 
VARIABILITY | LUMINOSITY | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | XMM-NEWTON OBSERVATIONS | FLUX | CANDIDATE | BLACK-HOLE | SPECTRA | SGR | Temperature | X rays | Supernovae | Stars & galaxies | Pulsars
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Astronomy & Astrophysics, ISSN 0004-6361, 08/2019, Volume 628, p. A100
Context. The thermal Sunyaev-Zeldovich (SZ) effect presents a relatively new tool for characterizing galaxy cluster merger shocks, traditionally studied... 
Temperature | Balancing | Galaxies | Temperature changes | X ray analysis | Sunyaev-Zeldovich effect | Galactic clusters | Systematics | Properties (attributes) | Electron pressure | Ion temperature | Radio telescopes | Arrays | Electron energy | Mach number | Interferometry
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Astrophysical Journal Letters, ISSN 2041-8205, 12/2018, Volume 868, Issue 2, p. L35
X-ray observations of supernova remnants (SNRs) in the last decade have shown that the presence of recombining plasmas is somewhat common in a certain type of... 
ISM: supernova remnants | radiation mechanisms: thermal | X-rays: ISM | ISM: individual objects (W49B: G43.3-0.2) | ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS | X-RAY-EMISSION | DISCOVERY | Physics - High Energy Astrophysical Phenomena
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MONTHLY NOTICES OF THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY (ISSN 0035-8711), ISSN 0035-8711, 2017, Volume 472, Issue 1, pp. 940 - 948
Radio relics at the peripheries of galaxy clusters are tracers of the elusive cluster merger shocks. We report the discovery of a single radio relic in the... 
radiation mechanisms: non-thermal | PARTICLE-ACCELERATION | SHOCK | LOW-FREQUENCY | ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS | radio continuum: general | galaxies: clusters: individual: PLCKG200.9-28.2 | galaxies: clusters: intracluster medium | X-rays: galaxies: clusters | HALO | EFFICIENCY | shock waves
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The Astrophysical Journal, ISSN 1538-4357, 09/2016, Volume 829, Issue 1, p. 49
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Astrophysical Journal Letters, ISSN 2041-8205, 10/2018, Volume 866, Issue 2, p. L26
We report on NuSTAR observations of the mixed morphology supernova remnant (SNR) W49B, focusing on its nonthermal emission. Whereas radio observations as well... 
ISM: supernova remnants | ISM: individual objects (W49B) | X-rays: ISM | acceleration of particles | GAMMA | PARAMETER-ESTIMATION | DIRECTION | RAY-EMISSION | IRON | ASTRONOMY | ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS | LINE | SPECTRUM | Physics - High Energy Astrophysical Phenomena
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by Takahashi, Hiromitsu and Takahashi, Tadayuki and Kokubun, Motohide and Mitsuda, Kazuhisa and Kelley, Richard L and Ohashi, Takaya and Aharonian, Felix and Akamatsu, Hiroki and Akimoto, Fumie and Allen, Steven W and Anabuki, Naohisa and Angelini, Lorella and Arnaud, Keith and Asai, Makoto and Audard, Marc and Awaki, Hisamitsu and Axelsson, Magnus and Azzarello, Philipp and Baluta, Chris and Bamba, Aya and Bando, Nobutaka and Bautz, Marshall W and Bialas, Thomas and Blandford, Roger and Boyce, Kevin and Brenneman, Laura W and Brown, Gregory V and Bulbul, Esra and Cackett, Edward M and Canavan, Edgar and Chernyakova, Maria and Chiao, Meng P and Coppi, Paolo S and Costantini, Elisa and O' Dell, Steve and DiPirro, Michael and Done, Chris and Dotani, Tadayasu and Doty, John and Ebisawa, Ken and Eckart, Megan E and Enoto, Teruaki and Ezoe, Yuichiro and Fabian, Andrew C and Ferrigno, Carlo and Foster, Adam R and Fujimoto, Ryuichi and Fukazawa, Yasushi and Funk, Stefan and Furuzawa, Akihiro and Galeazzi, Massimiliano and Gallo, Luigi C and Gandhi, Poshak and Gilmore, Kirk and Giustini, Margherita and Goldwurm, Andrea and Gu, Liyi and Guainazzi, Matteo and Haas, Daniel and Haba, Yoshito and Hagino, Kouichi and Hamaguchi, Kenji and Harrus, Ilana M and Hatsukade, Isamu and Hayashi, Takayuki and Hayashi, Katsuhiro and Hayashida, Kiyoshi and den Herder, Jan-Willem and Hiraga, Junko S and Hirose, Kazuyuki and Hornschemeier, Ann and Hoshino, Akio and Hughes, John P and Ichinohe, Yuto and Iizuka, Ryo and Inoue, Yoshiyuki and Inoue, Hajime and Ishibashi, Kazunori and Ishida, Manabu and Ishikawa, Kumi and Ishimura, Kosei and Ishisaki, Yoshitaka and Itoh, Masayuki and Iwai, Masachika and Iwata, Naoko and Iyomoto, Naoko and Jewell, Chris and Kaastra, Jelle and Kallman, Tim and Kamae, Tsuneyoshi and Kara, Erin and Kataoka, Jun and Katsuda, Satoru and Katsuta, Junichiro and Kawaharada, Madoka and Kawai, Nobuyuki and Kawano, Taro and Kawasaki, Shigeo and Khangulyan, Dmitry and Kilbourne, Caroline A and ... and SLAC National Accelerator Lab., Menlo Park, CA (United States) and Fysikum and Naturvetenskapliga fakulteten and Stockholms universitet and Oskar Klein-centrum för kosmopartikelfysik (OKC)
Journal of Astronomical Telescopes, Instruments, and Systems, ISSN 2329-4124, 4/2018, Volume 4, Issue 2, pp. 021402 - 021402
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