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[The Einstein all-sky slew survey]

[The Einstein all-sky slew survey]

[final report, 1, Aug. 1989 - 31 Jul. 1991].

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • X-ray astronomy.

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    Other titlesEinstein all sky slew survey.
    Series[NASA contractor report] -- NASA CR-192323.
    ContributionsUnited States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14701453M

    Twenty cm (FIRST, Becker et al. ) survey. This sample is one of the largest BL Lac samples yet assembled. We also recently published in Anderson et al. () a object X-ray sample selected jointly from SDSS spectroscopy and from the ROSAT All Sky Survey (RASS, Voges et al. , ). Our X-ray sample recovered LBLs, IBLs, and HBLs, and a. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Based on the papers presented at a symposium held in Cambridge, Mass., on th November

    The star pages are divided into sections containing information about the star and the assigned X-ray and extreme UV sources. Observations include Einstein detections (with the Imaging Proportional Counter IPC and the High Resolution Imager HRI), EUVE detections (from the All-Sky survey, the Deep Survey of half the ecliptic plane, sources detected in other ways, joint . Survey Units Description; EGRET: Channels: Channels in 1 Channel Bins: CompTel: Channels: Channels in 1 Channel Bins: COBE AAM: Band: Bands in 1 Band Bins.

    The status of identifications of the Einstien Slew Survey, a bright soft x-ray catalog with new x-ray sources, is discussed. Possible counterparts were found for greater than 95 percent of the Slew Survey based on positional coincidences and color-color diagnostics. The survey will be fully identified via upcoming radio and optical. Walter, Wolk, & Neuhäuser () very recently have argued that this is a nearby isolated neutron star. As the source has also been detected with the Einstein Observatory slew survey, the mean X-ray count rate ( cts/sec, as observed with ROSAT) remained steady over a 14 year interval. The X-ray spectrum is close to that of a blackbody with.


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The Einstein All-Sky Slew Survey. By Martin S. Elvis. Abstract. The First Einstein IPC Slew Survey produced a list of x-ray sources, with f(sub x) approximately 10(exp ) - 10(exp ) erg/sq cm s and positional accuracy of approximately feet (90 percent radius).

The aim of this program was to identify these x-ray sourcesAuthor: Martin S. Elvis. Get this from a library. [The Einstein all-sky slew survey]: [final report, 1, Aug. Jul. [United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.;]. The construction of the Einstein All-Sky Imaging Proportional Counter (IPC) slew survey is considered.

It contains approximately sources between 10 and 10 erg/sq cm/s with a concentration toward the ecliptic poles and away from the galactic plane. Several sizable samples of bright soft X-ray selected objects for follow-up ROSAT and ASTRO-D Author: Martin Elvis, David Plummer, G.

Fabbiano. Bibliographic Code: 64T Citations: 0 ; An X-Ray Survey of Clusters of Galaxies with the Einstein Observatory and a Study of Iron Sedimentation in the Intracluster Gas First Author: Abramopoulos, Frank.

A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Abstract. The construction of the Einstein All-Sky Imaging Proportional Counter (IPC) slew survey is considered.

It contains approximately sources between 10(exp ) and 10(exp ) erg/sq cm/s with a concentration toward the ecliptic poles and away from the galactic plane.

; Stocke et al. ) of the Einstein Observatory, whose sources have been individually classified by spectroscopy, and by performing a crossmatch with the Chandra Source Catalog.

In Sect. 5 we compare the X-ray fluxes of the stellar XMM-Newton slew survey sources with the corresponding fluxes measured in ROSAT all-sky survey (Boller et.

Schachter J.F., Elvis M., Plummer D., Fabbiano G., Huchra J. () The Einstein Slew Survey Catalog. In: MacGillivray H.T., Thomson E.B. (eds) Digitised Optical Sky Surveys. Astrophysics and Space Science Library (A Series of Books on the Recent Developments of Space Science and of General Geophysics and Astrophysics Published in Connection.

adshelp[at] The ADS is operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under NASA Cooperative Agreement NNX16AC86A. surveys of the sky. The Einstein (Elvis et al., ), Exosat (Reynolds et al., ) and RXTE (Revnivtsev et al., ) slew surveys all provide a useful complement to dedi-cated all-sky surveys such as ROSAT (Voges et al., ) and HEAO-1 (Piccinotti et al., ) and the smaller area, medium sensitivity ASCA survey (Ueda et al., ) and.

SAO/NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS) Title: The Einstein All-Sky IPC slew survey Authors: Elvis, M., Plummer, D., & Fabbiano, G. Journal: In ESA, The 23rd ESLAB Symposium on Two Topics in X Ray Astronomy. Volume 2: AGN and the X Ray Background p (SEE N ) Bibliographic Code: ESASPE.

CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): We present analysis of a series of ROSAT High Resolution Imager (HRI) observations of 16 X-ray detections from the Einstein Slew Survey (ESS). The data were taken to resolve ambiguous ESS identi- cations based on optical spectroscopy.

For 10 of the 16 detections, the previous identication. Above 2 keV the survey will be a factor of 10 more sensitive than all previous all-sky X-ray surveys. The slew survey is almost complementary to the serendipitous survey compiled from pointed XMM. observed count rates.

We have used the widely available catalogs of the Einstein Slew Survey (“Slew”; Elvis et al. Plummer et al.

), the Einstein Extended Medium Sensitivity Survey (“EMSS”; Gioia et al.Stocke et al. ), and the Einstein/IPC Source Catalog. The catalog created from the ROSAT All-Sky Survey (RASS) consists of ˘ 60 sources making it the deepest complete sample of soft X-ray ( −keV) sources ever constructed (Voges ).

Previous X-ray surveys such as the HEAO-1 Large Area Sky Survey (Wood et al. ), the Einstein Extended Medium. The Einstein Slew Survey is an all-sky survey constructed from individual slews of the IPC, and covering 50% of sky at an exposure of 6 s (Elvis et al. J It contains bright soft X-ray sources (£ 3 x 10~12 erg cm~2 s"1, - keV) with a positional accuracy of ' (90% confidence radius), of which were not.

Since August data have been recorded by the XMM-Newton EPIC-pn camera during slews between targets. These data have been subsequently processed for scientific purposes.

The first catalogue of slew survey sources was released in May ; updates have followed in AugustAprilJulyApril and June This survey is an important science. 0–9. 0ES — Einstein Slew Survey, version 0; 1A, 2A, 3A — Lists of X-ray sources from the Ariel V satellite; 1C — First Cambridge Catalogue of Radio Sources 1ES — Einstein Slew Survey; 1FGL, 2FGL — Lists of gamma-ray sources from the Large Area Telescope on board the Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope; 1RXH — ROSAT HRI Pointed Observations 1RXS — ROSAT All-Sky.

Slew Surveys play an intermediate role between specially designed all-sky programs and dedicated pointed obser-vations. The Einstein IPC slew survey (Elvis et al., ) covered half of the sky in the − keV band with a sensitivity of about 3 × 10−12ergcm−2 s−1 ( IPC cts/s−1) and the resulting catalogue contained The XMM-Newton slew survey project has currently catalogued of the order of sources from 15% of the sky, with a limiting flux of ∼ 10−12 ergs s−1 cm−2 in the – 12 keV energy band (Freyberg et al., ).

Up to 20% of these sources are reported to be extended by the source detection software. The Einstein Slew Survey is an all-sky survey covering 50% of sky at an exposure of 6 s.

It contains bright soft X-ray sources (>_5 × 10 -1_ erg cm -2 s-1, - keV) with a positional accuracy of _ (90% confidence radius), of which were not previously known to emit X-rays.

A paper which includes the details of.Throughout his life, Einstein published hundreds of books and articles. He published more than scientific papers and non-scientific ones. instein’s intellectual achievements and originality have made the word “Einstein” synonymous with “genius.“.The potential of the ROSAT All-Sky Survey for creating just such a BL Lac sample has been noted (Stocke et al.

), and follow-up programs are con—rming this predic-tion. Some programs based on the RASS have used the optical polarization or narrowly de—ned broadband SEDs to select BL Lac candidates (Kock et al. ; Nass et al. ).