High-throughput X-ray Spectroscopy Mission

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European Space Agency , Paris, France
High-throughput X-ray Spectroscopy Mission., XMM Observatory., X-ray Spectroscopy Cornerstone Mission., X-ray astronomy., X-ray spectros
Statement[editor, Bruce Battrick].
SeriesESA SP,, 1097
ContributionsBattrick, B., 1946-, European Space Agency.
LC ClassificationsQB472.A1 H54 1988
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 78 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1950254M
LC Control Number90175836

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The high throughput X-ray astrophysics mission is the second cornerstone in ESA's long-term space science programme. The long-duration X-ray observatory consists of three heavily nested X-ray imaging telescopes coupled to X-ray CCD cameras and gratings which provide a high throughput facility for cosmic X-ray spectroscopy.

The mission High-throughput X-ray Spectroscopy Mission book due for launch Cited by: XMM is an X-ray astrophysics observatory scheduled for launch in and, with a projected lifetime of 10 years, it will enable astronomers to conduct sensitive X-ray spectroscopic observations of a wide variety of cosmic sources.

X-ray astronomy primarily involves the study of plasmas with temperatures of 10 6 - 10 8 K. Such plasmas radiate. The Constellation-X Observatory (HTXS or Con-X) was a mission concept for an X-ray space observatory to be operated by NASA; in it was merged with ESA and JAXA efforts in the same direction to produce the International X-ray Observatory project, announced on J The intention of the Con-X project was to provide enough X-ray collecting area to be Hibernating (Mission completed): SWAS.

physical Observatory). Given the similarities of the science objectives emphasizing high throughput, high resolution X-ray spectroscopy, the two teams initiated discussions leading to an agreement in late to pursue a single study of a common mission, named the High Throughput X-ray Spectroscopy (HTXS) Size: 9MB.

Abstract. The XMM-mission is one of the four cornerstone projects in the ESA long term programme for space science. The satellite obseratory comprises a high throughput facility for x-ray spectroscopy with the aid of dispersive and non-dispersive imaging by: 3.

The High-Throughput X-ray Astrophysics Mission (XMM) is the second Cornerstone in ESA's Long-Term Programme ‘Space Science: Horizon ’. This long-duration observatory facility for cosmic X-ray spectroscopy is due for launch in and has an anticipated lifetime of ten : J.

Ellwood, W. Egle. X-ray spectroscopy is a technique which requires ultimate precision. The TriVista offers superb resolution, and excellent imaging alongside stray light suppression.

As x-ray spectroscopy is an analytical technique, any stray light present will compromise signal and effect results. Energy-dispersive X-ray spectroscopy (EDS, EDX, EDXS or XEDS), sometimes called energy dispersive X-ray analysis (EDXA) or energy dispersive X-ray microanalysis (EDXMA), is an analytical technique used for the elemental analysis or chemical characterization of a sample.

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The first of the next generation of X-ray astronomy missions is likely to be the Constellation X-ray Mission (Con-X). Cosmic soft X-ray spectroscopy exploits principal transitions of astrophysically abundant elements to infer phys-ical properties of objects in the sky.

Most of these transitions, however, fall well below 2 keY, or 6 Angstroms. Consequently, grating spectrometers offer the current, best means by which to analyze soft X-rays from such.

A study by Willey et al. used X-ray spectroscopy to look at the degradation of SAM quality over time (Willey et al., ). The results of this study show that SAMs exposed to ambient laboratory conditions over time rapidly degrade and have a much lower degree of orientational order via ozone-induced oxidation of the thiolate.

The eXTP consortium is proud to invite the science community at large to take part to the First Science Meeting dedicated to the high-throughput X-ray Astronomy and the eXTP mission. The goal of the meeting is to shape the directions of the research in the field of combined X-ray timing, spectroscopy, and polarimetry, collecting contributions.

The HXTS mission represented a major advanced, providing as much as a factor of increase in sensitivity over currently planned high resolution X-ray spectroscopy missions.

X-Ray Imaging and Spectroscopy Mission (XRISM) – Resolve. Launch Date – January Phase C – Final Design & Fabrication.

The X-Ray Imaging and Spectroscopy Mission (XRISM) is a JAXA/NASA collaborative mission, with ESA participation set to investigate X-ray celestial objects in the Universe with high-throughput, high-resolution.

Recent advances in resolution and throughput extended the scope of RIXS to low lying excitations like magnons and phonons.

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X-ray. AXAF: Advanced X-ray Astrophysics Facility Astro-E: Japanese/American X-ray facility EXIST: Energetic X-ray Imaging Survey Telescope HIMS: Hot Interstellar Medium Spectrometer HTXS: High Throughput X-ray Spectroscopy mission HXT: Hard X-ray Telescope NGXO: Next Generation X-ray Observatory (for sub arc second imaging).

XMM is a "high-throughput" X-ray spectroscopy mission which provides a very significant complementary capability to that provided by AXAF. The scientific instruments selected for XMM involve substantial US hardware participation.

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