Try Xamin, the New HEASARC Discovery and Data Retrieval System
A faster, more powerful way to access data from the HEASARC
The High Energy Astrophysics Science Archive Research Center (HEASARC) is the
primary archive for NASA's (and other space agencies') missions dealing with
electromagnetic radiation from
extremely energetic phenomena ranging from
black holes to the Big Bang. Since its
merger with the Legacy Archive for Microwave Background Data Analysis (LAMBDA) in 2008, the HEASARC's
holdings contain data
obtained by NASA's high-energy astronomy missions observing in the
extreme-ultraviolet (EUV), X-ray, and gamma-ray bands, as well as data from
missions, balloons, and ground-based facilities that have studied the relic
cosmic microwave background (CMB).
- XMMAO (XMM-Newton Accepted Targets) Table (09 Dec 2013)
The latest version of the table of accepted XMM-Newton targets,
updated to include AO-13 results, is now available in Browse and (within
half a day) Xamin.
- XMM-Newton AO-13 Results Released (09 Dec 2013)
The list of XMM-Newton observing proposals accepted by the AO-13 Observing Time Allocation Committee is now available.
- CFITSIO Version 3.36 released (09 Dec 2013)
Version 3.36 released December 6; major changes to the compression code for FITS binary tables, other changes...
- Updated AGILE Catalog of Bright Gamma-Ray Sources and Variability (07 Dec 2013)
This catalog of results from a variability study of a sample of
54 bright gamma-ray (30 MeV - 50 GeV) sources detected by AGILE.
(from Verrecchia et al. 2013, A&A, 558, A137) is now available in Browse
- Glimpsing the Infrastructure of a Gamma-ray Burst Jet (04 Dec 2013)
A new study using observations from a novel instrument provides the best look to date at magnetic fields at the heart of gamma-ray bursts, the most energetic explosions in the universe. An international team of astronomers from Britain, Slovenia and Italy has glimpsed the infrastructure of a burst's high-speed jet.
- INTEGRAL AO-11 Data Rights Proposals approved (03 Dec 2013)
The ESA Director of Science and Robotic Exploration, Prof. Alvaro
Gimenez, has approved the recommendation of the Time Allocation
Committee (TAC) for proposals to obtain data rights for targets within
approved AO-11 observations.
- Extension Of Abstract Submission Deadline for Suzaku-MAXI Conference 2014 (03 Dec 2013)
Due to an ambiguity in the precise time of the deadline, some
potential participants tried to submit an abstract on Dec 2, local time (e.g.,
in the US), after the abstract submission system was already closed.
The meeting organizers have re-opened the system, with a new deadline of Dec 5
at 24:00 UT (= Dec 5 19:00 EST = Dec 5 16:00 PST).
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