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Title: Observatory science with eXTP
Authors: Zand, J. J. M.
Bozzo, E.
Qu, J.
Li, X. D.
Amati, L.
Chen, Y.
Donnarumma, I.
Doroshenko, V.
Drake, S. A.
Hernanz, M.
Jenke, P. A.
Baykal, A.
Cumming, A.
Miller, M. C.
Gendre, B.
McHardy, I.
Peretz, U.
Schatz, H.
Brown, E. F.
Neubert, T.
Gill, R.
Mikusincova, R.
Prescod Weinstein, C.
Shearer, A.
Campana, R.
Pacciani, L.
Götz, D.
Rodríguez, J.
Stappers, B. W.
Chambers, F.
Paul, B.
Gouiffès, C.
Rózanska, A.
Strohmayer, T. E.
Chenevez, J.
De Martino, D.
Malzac, J.
Suleimanov, V. F.
Ciolfi, R.
Tauris, T. M.
Méndez, M.
Svoboda, J.
D´aì, A.
Atteia, J. L.
Motch, C.
Thielemann, F. K.
D´Ammando, F.
Mahmoodifar, S.
Tombesi, F.
Degenaar, N.
Zingale, M.
Torres, D. F.
D´Elia, V.
Zhang, S.
Torresi, E.
Doyle, G.
Zhang, S. N.
Fan, X.
Zdziarski, A. A.
Malyshev, D.
Zane, S.
Maccarone, Thomas J.
Zampieri, L.
Zhang, X.
Yuan, F.
Stratta, G.
Yu, W.
Younes, G.
Yan, Z.
Xu, Y.
Xiong, S. L.
Sala, G.
Agudo, I.
Ballantyne, D. R.
Bianchi, S.
Brandt, S.
Cackett, E. M.
Grandi, P.
Granot, J.
Güdel, M.
Heger, A.
Heinke, C. O.
Homan, J.
Iaria, R.
Iwasawa, K.
Izzo, L.
Ji, L.
Del Santo, M.
De Pasquale, M.
Dai, Z. G.
Constantin, E.
Chernyakova, M.
Chen, L.
Casella, P.
Burderi, L.
Braga, J.
Belloni, T.
Andersson, N. A.
Osborne, Julian P.
Wilms, J.
Nardini, E.
De Rosa, A.
Behar, E.
Turriziani, S.
Altamirano, D.
Cavecchi, Y.
Di Salvo, T.
Papadakis, L. E.
Blay, P.
Vacchi, A.
Chen, Y. P.
Falanga, M.
Pérez Torres, M. A.
Bucciantini, N.
Vercellone, S.
Jin, C. C.
Ferdman, R. D.
Reig, P.
Campana, S.
Rowlinson, A.
Feroci, M.
Rodríguez Gil, P.
Lu., F.
Zhou, P.
Fraschetti, F.
Sakamoto, T.
Mehdipour, M.
Baglio, C.
Galloway, D. K.
Salvaterra, R.
Bhattacharyya, S.
Gambino, A. F.
Santagelo, A.
Longo, F.
Gandhi, P.
Schanne, S.
Liang, E. W.
Ge, M.
Shao, L.
Kunneriath, D.
Shore, S. N.
Kuiper, L.
Rossi, E. M.
Kreykenbohm, I.
Wu, X.
Komossa, S.
Linares, M.
Keek, L.
Li, G.
Kawai, N.
Kargaltsev, O.
Kalemci, E.
Kaastra, J. S.
José, J.
Jonker, P. G.
Manousakis, A.
Mignani, R. P.
Nättilä, J.
Orlandini, M.
Paolillo, M.
Vink, J. S.
Wang, J. J.
Wang, J. F.
Watts, A. L.
Weng, S.
Weinberg, N. N.
Wheatley, P. J.
Wijnands, R.
Woods, T. E.
Woosley, S. E.
Savolainen, T.
Sanna, A.
Salmi, T.
Romano, P.
Riggio, A.
Perinati, E.
Pellizzoni, A.
Paltani, Stéphane
O´Brien, P. T.
Miniutti, G.
Men, Y.
Bilous, A.
Lutovinov, A. A.
Keywords: Space research instruments;Nuclear astrophysics;Flare stars;Accretion and accretion disks;Mass loss and stellar winds;Cataclysmic binaries;X ray binaries;Supernova remmants;Active galactic nuclei;X ray burst;Gamma ray bursts;Gravitational waves
Issue Date: 30-Aug-2018
Publisher: Springer Link
DOI: 10.1007/s11433-017-9186-1
Published version:
Citation: Science China Physics, Mechanics & Astronomy volume 62(2): A29506 (2019)
Abstract: In this White Paper we present the potential of the enhanced X-ray Timing and Polarimetry (eXTP) mission for studies related to Observatory Science targets. These include flaring stars, supernova remnants, accreting white dwarfs, low and high mass X-ray binaries, radio quiet and radio loud active galactic nuclei, tidal disruption events, and gamma-ray bursts. eXTP will be excellently suited to study one common aspect of these objects: their often transient nature. Developed by an international Consortium led by the Institute of High Energy Physics of the Chinese Academy of Science, the eXTP mission is expected to be launched in the mid 2020s.
E-ISSN: 1869-1927
ISSN: 1674-7348
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