Cross-correlation of the 2XMMi catalogue with Data Release 7 of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey

@inproceedings{Pineau2010CrosscorrelationOT,
  title={Cross-correlation of the 2XMMi catalogue with Data Release 7 of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey},
  author={F. X. Pineau and Christian Motch and Francisco J. Carrera and Roberto Della Ceca and S{\'e}bastien Derriere and L. Michel and Axel Schwope and Mike G. Watson},
  year={2010}
}
The Survey Science Centre of the XMM-Newton satellite released the first incremental version of the 2XMM catalogue in August 2008. Containing more than 220 000 X-ray sources, the 2XMMi was at that time the largest catalogue of X-ray sources ever published and thus constitutes an unprecedented resource for studying the high-energy properties of various classes of X-ray emitters such as AGN and stars. Thanks to the high throughput of the EPIC cameras on board XMM-Newton accurate positions, fluxes… Expand
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