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?. ? ???????????????????????????????? Fixed several errors in the common description for the ?equil?, ?(g)nei?, ?(n)pshock?, and ?sedov? group of models. ? ???????????????????????????????? Replaced obsolete mention of H0, Q0 cosmology parameters from ?cflow? and ?mkcflow? model descriptions. Jul 2014 (v12.8.2 release) ? ???????????????????????????????? New - 0KB - 2015-11-11
launched on February 20, 1993, at 11:00 JST (02:00 UT) from Kagoshima Space Center. After launch, the satellite was renamed ASCA (the Japanese characters mean "flying bird" and it is also an acronym for "Advanced Satellite for Cosmology and Astrophysics"). ASCA is a cooperative venture between NASA and Japan's Institute - 0KB - 2015-11-11

Astrophysics Data System Astro-D Fourth Japanese X-ray Satellite (before launch) ASCA Advanced Satellite for Cosmology and Astrophysics (formerly Astro-D) AXAF Advanced X-ray Astrophysics Facility BBXRT Broad Band X-Ray Telescope CGRO Compton Gamma Ray Observatory (or Compton Observatory) CMA Channel Multiplier Array (EXOSAT - 0KB - 2015-11-11

X-ray Telescope
(Half Power Diameter) Pictures of ASCA XRT Effective area, angular response, and Point Spread Function (PSF) of ASCA XRT References : Serlemitosos, P. J. et al. 1995, "The X-ray Telescope with ASCA", Publ. Astron. Soc. Japan, 47, 105 Tsusaka, Y. et al. 1995, "Characterization of the Advanced Satellite for Cosmology - 0KB - 2015-11-11

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supports 2 Educator Ambassadors ? We have been missing one for the past year. ? New one identified ? Bill Panczner, Tampa FL ? will start after? ? Next training July 28-Aug 1, 2008 at SSU ? Focus on supernovae and cosmology ? XMM-Newton workshops and talks have directly reached over 3800 students, teachers, and members - 0KB - 2008-05-17

Tour the ASM Sky
identification of a quasar (3C273 by Maartin Schmidt in 1963) played a pivotal role in building compelling evidence for the validity of the Big Bang theory of cosmology. Quasars are only found in regions of deep space, i.e. areas which are eras of time when the cosmos was relatively young. This observational evidence the cosmos - 0KB - 2015-11-12

RXTE Discoveries - Astronomers Find the Youngest Pulsar Yet in the Heart of an Exploded Star - Augus
search to a central region within the Kes 75 supernova remnant using archived X-ray data from another satellite, the Japan-US Advanced Satellite for Cosmology and Astrophysics. X-ray data reveals that the Kes 75 pulsar spins upon its axis once every 0.3 second, which is slow for young pulsars albeit fast compared to older - 0KB - 2015-11-11

RXTE Discoveries - RXTE Helps Confirm Existence of Magnetars - June 1998
Fahrenheit." ? This discovery was made with data from RXTE and ASCA (the Japanese-American Advanced Satellite for Cosmology and Astrophysics) combined by Dr. Chryssa Kouveliotou of Marshall Space Flight Center, Dr. Stefan Dieters and Professor Jan van Paradijs of the University of Alabama in Huntsville, and Dr. Tod Strohmayer - 0KB - 2015-11-11

RXTE Discoveries - RXTE Watches Tremendous Gamma-ray Flare Blast Earth - October 1, 1998
the Japanese/NASA Advanced Satellite for Cosmology and Astrophysics (ASCA) at the star. Comparisons of the ASCA and RXTE data showed that the X-ray pulses were gradually slowing down. The implication of the source slowing, is that that it an incredibly large magnetic field. This was exactly what Dr. Robert Duncan - 0KB - 2015-11-12

RXTE GOF: RXTE Featured News
and Technology Center at NASA Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala. Using NASA's Rossi X-ray Timing Explorer and the Japanese Advanced Satellite for Cosmology and Astrophysics, she and her colleagues found that a neutron star they were studying was slowing down at precisely the rate required for a magnetic field of 800 - 0KB - 2015-11-11

Second ASCA AO
X-ray astronomy program between the United States and Japan. It was launched February 20, 1993. ["Asuka," which means "Flying Bird," is pronounced As'ka, which led to the pun ASCA, standing for Advanced Satellite for Cosmology and Astrophysics.] After the initial performance verification (PV) phase, which is expected - 0KB - 2015-11-16

COBE Instrument/Mission/Software Publications
and performance two years after launch First Author: Boggess, N. W. Astrophysical Journal, Part 1 (ISSN 0004-637X), vol. 397, no. 2, p. 420-429. Publication Date: Oct 1992 Bibliographic Code: 1992ApJ...397..420B Citations: 208 COBE sows cosmological confusion First Author: Flam, Faye Science (ISSN 0036-8075), vol. 257, no. 5066 - 0KB - 2015-11-11

HETE-2-related Publications
-Ray Bursts First Author: Toma, Kenji The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 635, Issue 1, pp. 481-486. Publication Date: Dec 2005 Bibliographic Code: 2005ApJ...635..481T Citations: 41 Can Gamma-Ray Bursts Be Used to Measure Cosmology? A Further Analysis First Author: Xu, D. The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 633, Issue 2, pp - 0KB - 2015-11-18

ASCAGPS - ASCA Galactic Plane Survey X-Ray Source Catalog
to the galactic ridge X-ray emission, and the present database contains their list of discrete sources. The X-ray emission from the central region of the Galactic plane, |l|<~45 degrees and |b|<~0.4 degrees, was studied in the 0.7 to 10 keV energy band with a spatial resolution of ~3' with the Advanced Satellite for Cosmology - 0KB - 2015-11-13

. 1995, "Characterization of the Advanced Satellite for Cosmology and Astrophysics x-ray telescope: preflight calibration and ray tracing", Applied Optics, 34, 22 Figure Captions Figure 5.2a: The components of ASCA on orbit. The sunlight comes perpendicularly to the page from the back. The figure shows the Sun Shield - 0KB - 2015-11-11

ASCA: Magnetar
and create the heavier elements that later become planets and other stars," Kouveliotou said. Kouveliotou and her team determined the strength of the magnetic field by combining data gathered by NASA's Rossi X-Ray Timing Explorer satellite with data from the Advanced Satellite for Cosmology and Astrophysics, a collaborative - 0KB - 2015-11-11

Version 11.1 Changes
a cosmological constant to be set. This is only allowed if the Universe is flat (when an analytic expression is available for the luminosity distance). Plotting Improvements The setplot id command adds line IDs to the plots; the APEC line list is used and the temperature and emissivity limit can be set. The plot icount command - 0KB - 2015-11-12

PLANCKSZ - Updated Planck Catalog of Sunyaev-Zeldovich Sources Release 1
, A&A, 571, A29) for more details. Cosmology_Sample_Flag This flag parameter is set to 1 to indicate that the cluster/cluster candidate is included in the sample used for cosmological analysis in Paper XX of the Planck 2013 Results set of papers. Quality_Flag An artificial neural network-based quality assessment of the SZ - 0KB - 2015-11-13
) in a close binary: complete destruction of a star ? Major source of Fe-group elements: galactic chemical evolution ? ?Standard candles? for cosmology - Type Ia SNe are not homogeneous: Various physical mechanisms of explosion & nucleosynthesis (e.g., Iwamoto+ 1999): Detonations, deflagrations, delayed detonations etc. => yield - 0KB - 2011-07-21

with SuzakuSuzaku: Priorities: Priorities ? Connect to cosmological context SDSS statistical M/L vs. Suzaku individual, star formation/halo connection -- an X-ray analog? ? Go to higher redshift (see Miller et al. Poster A22) Balestra et al. 2007 clusters - 0KB - 2008-02-26

ATLGDS2P1G - Australia Telescope Local Group Dwarf Spheroidals 2.1-GHz Components Catalog
ATLGDS2P1G - Australia Telescope Local Group Dwarf Spheroidals 2.1-GHz Components Catalog Browse this table... ATLGDS2P1G - Australia Telescope Local Group Dwarf Spheroidals 2.1-GHz Components Catalog HEASARC Archive Overview Dwarf spheroidal (dSph) galaxies are key objects in near-field cosmology, especially - 0KB - 2015-11-12

XSPEC Commands A-F
.7 ? ? ! ? File 4 (as the last input single range) is set to 0.7. ? ? cosmo Set the cosmology used (i.e., H 0 , q 0 , and ). cosmo ? [< H 0 > [< q 0 > [ < lambda 0 >]]] where < H 0 > is the Hubble constant in km/s/Mpc,< q 0 > is the deceleration parameter, and < lambda 0 >is the cosmological constant - 0KB - 2015-11-11

tclout: create tcl variables from current state
number and number of parameters of model component n, belonging to model w/ optional name <mod> and optional datagroup <groupn>. cosmo Writes a blank separated string containing the Hubble constant (H0), the deceleration parameter (q0), and the cosmological constant (Lambda0).? Note that if Lambda0 is non-zero the Universe - 0KB - 2015-11-11

XSPEC v11.1 Known Issues
, and and rebuild XSPEC. Then use the command 'abund wilm' to set the abundances to the Wilms et al. values. 11.1.0y The help on the cosmo command is incorrect in the case that a non-zero cosmological constant is given. It is not true that q0 must be 0.5. Infact q0 is ignored and it is assumed that the universe is flat - 0KB - 2015-11-12

Refers to Swift Results
...28M Citations: 0 Gamma-ray burst cosmology First Author: Wang, F. Y. New Astronomy Reviews, Volume 67, p. 1-17. Publication Date: Aug 2015 Bibliographic Code: 2015NewAR..67....1W Citations: 6 The radio afterglow of Swift J1644+57 reveals a powerful jet with fast core and slow sheath First Author: Mimica, P. Monthly - 0KB - 2015-11-18

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