XMM-Newton: From gamma rays to X-rays: new method pinpoints previously unnoticed pulsar emission; Euclid progresses with primary mirror delivery

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MISSION NEWS AS OF WEDNESDAY 21 NOVEMBER 2018
+ FROM GAMMA RAYS TO X-RAYS: NEW METHOD PINPOINTS PREVIOUSLY UNNOTICED PULSAR EMISSION
Based on a new theoretical model, a team of scientists explored the rich data archive of ESA's XMM-Newton and NASA's Chandra space observatories to find pulsating X-ray emission from three sources.
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+ EUCLID PROGRESSES WITH PRIMARY MIRROR DELIVERY
In order to observe billions of faint galaxies and investigate the nature of the dark Universe, ESA's pioneering Euclid mission will require state-of-the-art optics. The first optical element to be delivered, the telescope's primary mirror, has arrived at the premises of Airbus Defence & Space in Toulouse.
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