XMM-Newton-NEWS  #260,    24-Nov-2022

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  • XMM-Newton AO-22 OTAC Results
  • Conference Announcement: The X-ray Universe 2023
  • XMM-Newton Users' Group: Presentations and Minutes of meeting available
  • Joint JWST / XMM Proposals

XMM-Newton AO-22 OTAC Results

The list of XMM-Newton proposals accepted by the AO-22 Observing Time Allocation Committee (OTAC) and the associated abstracts are available at



The Principal Investigators and the co-Investigators of submitted proposals have been informed by e-mail about the results of the OTAC evaluation.

The Principal Investigators listed in first place in accepted proposals have also been informed about the details of the second phase proposal submission, which must be done via the XMM-Newton Remote Proposal Submission System (XRPS). The XRPS will close on the 3rd of February 2023 at 13:00 UT.


Conference Announcement: The X-ray Universe 2023

The XMM-Newton Science Operations Centre is organising a major astrophysical symposium

The X-Ray Universe 2023
from Monday 12th to Friday 16th June 2023
in Athens, Greece.

Up-to-date information is always available at the conference web page



More details will be announced in the coming weeks.


XMM-Newton Users' Group: Presentations and Minutes of meeting available

The XMM-Newton Users' Group held its 23rd meeting on the 16th and 17th of May 2022 at ESAC. The minutes of the meeting, as well as the presentations, are available at



Joint JWST / XMM-Newton Proposals

The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) has opened its Cycle 2 Call for Proposals.

In this Call, proposers may request XMM-Newton time for individual targets in their JWST proposal. Up to 200 ks of XMM-Newton observing time are available for this programme. More information is given in the JWST Cycle 2 documentation.


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