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Discovery of 0.5 MK Gas in the Center of the Virgo Cluster
An observation of M87, the central galaxy of the Virgo Cluster, was performed by the deep survey telescope aboard the Extreme-Ultraviolet Explorer, in the 0.065-0.245 keV energy band. A point sourceExpand
THE ROSAT ALL-SKY SURVEY BRIGHT SOURCE CATALOGUE
In order to ensure the quality of the source catalogue derived from the SASS processing an automatic as well as a visual screening procedure was applied to 1378 survey fields. Most (94%) of theExpand
The Magnetic Properties of an L Dwarf Derived from Simultaneous Radio, X-Ray, and Hα Observations
We present the first simultaneous, multiwavelength observations of an L dwarf, the L3.5 candidate brown dwarf 2MASS J00361617+1821104, conducted with the Very Large Array, the Chandra X-RayExpand
On the sizes of stellar X-ray coronae
Spatial information from stellar X-ray coronae cannot be assessed directly, but scaling laws from the solar corona make it possible to estimate sizes of stellar coronae from the physical parametersExpand
Coronal density diagnostics with Helium-like triplets: CHANDRA-LETGS observations of Algol, Capella, Procyon, epsilon Eri, alpha Cen A&B, UX Ari, AD Leo, YY Gem, and HR 1099
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The authors' LETGS spectra are found to be an extremely useful tool for plasma diagnostics of stellar coronae and a correlation between line flux ratios of the Ly and He-like resonance lines with the mean X-ray surface flux is found. Expand
X-ray accretion signatures in the close CTTS binary V4046 Sgr
We present Chandra HETGS observations of the classical T Tauri star (CTTS) V4046 Sgr. The He-like triplets of Ovii, Neix, and Sixiii are clearly detected. Similar to the CTTS TW Hya and BP Tau, theExpand
Swift X-ray observations of classical novae
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This work analyzed all the observations of classical novae from the Swift archive up to 2006 June 30 and found 4 nondetections, 3 weak sources, and 5 strong sources, implying ongoing nuclear burning on the white dwarf surface. Expand
X-ray properties of active M dwarfs as observed by XMM-Newton
We present a comparative study of X-ray emission from a sample of active M dwarfs with spectral types M3.5-M4.5 using XMM-Newton observations of two single stars, AD Leonis and EV Lacertae, and twoExpand
Multi-wavelength observations of Proxima Centauri
Aims. We report simultaneous observations of the nearby flare star Proxima Centauri with VLT/UVES and XMM-Newton over three nights in March 2009. Our optical and X-ray observations cover the star’sExpand
On the nature of the X-ray source in GK persei
We report XMM-Newton observations of the intermediate polar (IP) GK Per on the rise to the 2002 outburst and compare them to Chandra observations during quiescence. The asymmetric spin light curveExpand
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