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From: Marc Audard <Marc.Audard@unige.ch>
Subject: Special session on ASTRO-H: announcement for XMM-Newton newsletter
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Date: Wed, 08 Feb 2012 10:55:20 +0100
From: Marc Audard <Marc.Audard@unige.ch>
To: xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int
Subject: Special session on ASTRO-H: announcement for XMM-Newton newsletter
Dear XMM Helpdesk:

We would be most grateful if you could include the following 
announcement in the next XMM-Newton newsletter, hopefully to be sent 
soon (the deadline for the special session is March 30).

Best regards

Marc Audard

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Dear colleagues:

A one-day Special Session SpS8 will be devoted to the Japanese ASTRO-H 
mission at the next European Week of Astronomy and Space Science in 
Rome. ASTRO-H will be launched in 2014 and will carry several 
revolutionary instruments, like a focusing-optics hard X-ray imager and 
the first calorimeter on an X-ray satellite. Several European countries 
and ESA are participating in the ASTRO-H mission, providing a wonderful 
opportunity for European astronomers.

The special session on July 3rd, 2012 will have the goal of promoting 
the mission in the European community and to start preparing European 
astronomers for the successful use of ASTRO-H. The meeting will 
introduce the different elements of the ASTRO-H mission and instruments, 
and then focus on the major scientific advances that are expected from 
the ASTRO-H mission, in particular (but not limited to):

     Galaxy clusters
     Active galactic nuclei
     X-ray binaries
     Supernova remnants
     Young stars

We invite the community to submit abstracts for contributed talks and
posters until March 30, 2012 on the following web page:
http://www.isdc.unige.ch/astroh/ewass_sps8

All information regarding the EWASS 2012 meeting (registration,
accommodation, venue, ...) can be found on the EWASS 2012 web site:
http://www.ifsi-roma.inaf.it/ewass2012/


More information about the ASTRO-H mission can be found here:
http://astro-h.isas.jaxa.jp

For the SpS8 SOC,
St.phane Paltani and Marc Audard


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From: Anna Lia Longinotti <xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int>
To: Marc.Audard@unige.ch
Subject: Re: Special session on ASTRO-H: announcement for XMM-Newton newsletter (PR#49567)
Date: Thu Feb  9 10:16:09 2012
Dear Marc,

many thanks for contacting XMM-Newton helpdesk. 
The announcement will be included in the next newsletter, probably the text will
need to be slightly modified to fit the newsletter style.

Best regards 
Anna Lia
 


> Dear XMM Helpdesk:
> 
> We would be most grateful if you could include the following 
> announcement in the next XMM-Newton newsletter, hopefully to be sent 
> soon (the deadline for the special session is March 30).
> 
> Best regards
> 
> Marc Audard
> 
> -----------------------
> 
> Dear colleagues:
> 
> A one-day Special Session SpS8 will be devoted to the Japanese ASTRO-H 
> mission at the next European Week of Astronomy and Space Science in 
> Rome. ASTRO-H will be launched in 2014 and will carry several 
> revolutionary instruments, like a focusing-optics hard X-ray imager and 
> the first calorimeter on an X-ray satellite. Several European countries 
> and ESA are participating in the ASTRO-H mission, providing a wonderful 
> opportunity for European astronomers.
> 
> The special session on July 3rd, 2012 will have the goal of promoting 
> the mission in the European community and to start preparing European 
> astronomers for the successful use of ASTRO-H. The meeting will 
> introduce the different elements of the ASTRO-H mission and instruments, 
> and then focus on the major scientific advances that are expected from 
> the ASTRO-H mission, in particular (but not limited to):
> 
>      Galaxy clusters
>      Active galactic nuclei
>      X-ray binaries
>      Supernova remnants
>      Young stars
> 
> We invite the community to submit abstracts for contributed talks and
> posters until March 30, 2012 on the following web page:
> http://www.isdc.unige.ch/astroh/ewass_sps8
> 
> All information regarding the EWASS 2012 meeting (registration,
> accommodation, venue, ...) can be found on the EWASS 2012 web site:
> http://www.ifsi-roma.inaf.it/ewass2012/
> 
> 
> More information about the ASTRO-H mission can be found here:
> http://astro-h.isas.jaxa.jp
> 
> For the SpS8 SOC,
> St.phane Paltani and Marc Audard
> 
> ---------------------------------------
Anna Lia Longinotti
XMM-Newton Science Operations Centre
ESAC
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