XMM-Newton (X-Ray Mulit-Mirror Mission) Observatory

@inproceedings{Lumb2012XMMNewtonM,
  title={XMM-Newton (X-Ray Mulit-Mirror Mission) Observatory},
  author={David H. Lumb and Norbert Schartel and Fred A. Jansen},
  year={2012}
}
X-ray Multi-Mirror Mission (XMM-Newton) has been one of the most successful astronomy missions launched by the European Space Agency. It exploits innovative use of replication technology for the X-ray reflecting telescopes that has resulted in an unprecedented combination of effective area and resolution. Three telescopes are equipped with imaging cameras and spectrometers that operate simultaneously, together with a coaligned optical telescope. The key features of the payload are described… 
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