The XMM-Newton serendipitous survey. X: The second source catalogue from overlapping XMM-Newton observations and its long-term variable content

  title={The XMM-Newton serendipitous survey. X: The second source catalogue from overlapping XMM-Newton observations and its long-term variable content},
  author={Iris Traulsen and Axel Schwope and Georg Lamer and Jean Ballet and Francisco J. Carrera and Maria Teresa Ceballos and M Coriat and Michael J. Freyberg and Filippos Koliopanos and Jan Kurpas and L. Michel and Christian Motch and M J Page and Mike G. Watson and Natalie Webb},
  journal={arXiv: High Energy Astrophysical Phenomena},
The XMM-Newton Survey Science Centre Consortium (SSC) develops software in close collaboration with the Science Operations Centre to perform a pipeline analysis of all XMM-Newton observations. In celebration of the 20th launch anniversary, the SSC has compiled the 4th generation of serendipitous source catalogues, 4XMM. The catalogue described here, 4XMM-DR9s, explores sky areas that were observed more than once by XMM-Newton. It was constructed from simultaneous source detection on the… 
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