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The XMM-Newton Slew Survey

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posted on 31.07.2017, 15:41 by A. M. Read, R. D. Saxton, M. P. Esquej, M. J. Freyberg, B. Altieri
XMM-Newton, with the huge collecting area of its mirrors and the high quantum efficiency of its EPIC detectors, is the most sensitive X-ray observatory ever flown. This is strikingly evident during slew exposures, which, while yielding only at most 14 seconds of on-source exposure time, actually constitute a 2-10 keV survey ten times deeper than all other "all-sky" surveys. The current (April 2005) XMM archive contains 374 slew exposures which give a uniform coverage over around 10,000 square degrees (approx. 25% of the sky). Here we describe the results of pilot studies, the current status of the XMM-Newton Slew Survey, up-to-date results and our progress towards constructing a catalogue of slew detections in the full 0.2-12 keV energy band.

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XMM-Newton EPIC Consortium Meeting, Schloss Ringberg, Germany, 2005, MPE Report 288

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/Organisation/COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING/Department of Physics and Astronomy

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AM (Accepted Manuscript)

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XMM-Newton EPIC Consortium Meeting

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31/07/2017

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3 pages, 4 figures, XMM-Newton EPIC Consortium Meeting, Schloss Ringberg, Germany, April 2005, to appear in MPE Report

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