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Sam Grafton-Waters Sep 13
Massive thank you to all those involved at and an even bigger thanks to all the organisers at ! Hope to see you all at the next conference 🔭
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ESA XMM-Newton Sep 12
N. Schartel: spacecraft status is very good, fuel should last until 2031! So expect a lot of more XMM-Newton science at the X-ray Universe 2029 meeting.
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Ming Sun Sep 10
Thanks to all the people who actively twit . I start to believe if we track Twitter accounts of all astronomers in the world, it would be at least as useful as trending in ADS
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Tim Roberts Sep 12
I would point out that I can remember when XMM-NEWTON and Chandra were future missions, but I fear what might say ...
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Stefano Bianchi Sep 10
On my way to/in viaggio verso
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Deborah Costanzo Sep 11
Look mom I am in the center of the galaxy!
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Zhu Liu Sep 13
Of course, thank all the LOCs
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Phil Evans Sep 13
And onto IXPE, an xray polarimetry mission launching in 2021. When I finished my PhD in 2005 I was worried for the future of X-ray astronomy. But as we see today, 14 years after my PhD, the future is AWESOME
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Massimo Gaspari Sep 13
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Roberto Serafinelli Sep 13
concluding remarks by Martin Elvis
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Romy Mikusincova Sep 13
"Point sources are just limitations of our technology." Concluding remarks by Martin Elvis
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Jos de Bruijne Sep 12
This does not stop to baffle me: science with 3 (three!) photons ...
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Jonathan McDowell Sep 13
Panel on the future of XR Astronomy. One call: we need the spatial resolution to image the event horizon in X-rays
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Dr Michael Parker Sep 12
My poster at is hard to find (it's upstairs, in a different room, facing the wall). Why not check out my new paper instead:
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Valentina Sep 13
My favourite concluding remark of is that we live now in the cosmic happy hour. Good excuse for morning mimosas.
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Valentina Sep 13
So is over. My first ever real-just-me-by-myself conference. I've never been this excited before about the science I'm doing and more happy of choosing this path 2 years ago. There's so much to do and so many amazing smart people to work with!
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X-Ray Astronomy 2019 Sep 13
is now officially over. Goodbye from the LOC, the SOC and THE BELL.
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Johannes Buchner Sep 12
Riccardo Arcodia spins up black holes to reproduce UV-X-ray connection
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Stefania Carpano Sep 13
Let's thank the Local Organising Committee for this great week! LOC at
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Stefania Carpano Sep 13
Time to remove posters! Let me show you 2 last interesting ones, both from Stiele & Kong.
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