XMM-Newton Newsletter - 2016-04-11 - XMM-Newton
XMM-Newton-NEWS #182, 11-Apr-2016XMM-Newton Science Operations Centre at
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- SAS Users Guide updated
- Science Workshop "XMM-Newton: The Next Decade"
- Details on XMM-Newton related Ph.D. to become publicly available
New Internet Presence of the XMM-Newton Science Operations Centre
The Users Guide to the XMM-Newton Science Analysis System has been updated for SAS version 15.0 in order to include the latest information on data analysis methods and updated SAS tasks.
The guide is available from the XMM-Newton Proposer's Info and Manuals Web page (Section: Data Analysis) at:
The html version of the SAS Users Guide can directly be accessed under
As announced in Newsletter#181, data analysis Threads were revised for SASv15.0 shortly after the SAS release.
Science Workshop "XMM-Newton: The Next Decade"
As announced in a previous newsletter:
the XMM-Newton Science Operations Centre of the European Space Agency is organising the astrophysical workshop "XMM-Newton: The Next Decade" from 9th to 11th May 2016 at the European Space Astronomy Centre (ESAC).
- The speaker programme and the abstract booklet are now available under
- Registration is open under
and will close Thursday 14th April 2016.
Latest information can be found in the conference web page
CONTACT: Local Organising Committee
Details on XMM-Newton related Ph.D. to become publicly available
As explained in previous Newsletters (see e.g. issue #173), the XMM-Newton team is collecting information about the completion of doctorates and Ph.D. theses based on (or making use of) XMM-Newton observations.
So far, received information was only used internally by the SOC. In the framework of mission evaluation, ESA's Science Programme Committee (SPC) has been provided with statistical information about publications, including now also doctorates and Ph.D. theses. As a consequence this information will also be made public.
We will inform about the availability of a dedicated web page in a future Newsletter.