X-ray astronomy in the new millennium: a summary.

@article{Blandford2002XrayAI,
  title={X-ray astronomy in the new millennium: a summary.},
  author={Roger D. Blandford},
  journal={Philosophical transactions. Series A, Mathematical, physical, and engineering sciences},
  year={2002},
  volume={360 1798},
  pages={2091-103}
}
Recent X-ray observations have had a major impact on topics ranging from proto-stars to cosmology. They have also drawn attention to important and general physical processes that currently limit our understanding of thermal and non-thermal X-ray sources. These include unmeasured atomic astrophysics data (wavelengths, oscillator strengths, etc.), basic hydromagnetic processes (e.g. shock structure, reconnection), plasma processes (such as electron-ion equipartition and heat conduction) and… CONTINUE READING

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