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XMM-Newton News Archive - Year 2005
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"Deep Impact", 4th July 2005
On 4th July 2005 XMM-Newton joined a fleet of satellites and other observatories in observing the NASA "Deep Impact" with Comet Tempel-1. Read more of the stories below.
First XMM-Newton Images of Impact on the ESA Portal
XMM-Newton Detects Water on Tempel-1 on the ESA Portal
XMM-Newton confirms Tempel-1 is weak X-ray source on the ESA Portal
Images of the impact from ESAC on the ESA Portal (Español)
First Images from XMM-Newton on the ESA Portal (Español)
"Deep Impact" successfully collides with Comet Tempel-1 reports Spanish national El Mundo (Español)
Tempel-1 is X-ray source by PhysOrg
Hot spots on neutron stars
Phase variation in the X-ray emissions from three pulsars has been examined using the EPIC instrument on XMM-Newton.
Further details on the ESA Science & Technology website
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