To see that directly, an X-ray telescope
Hinode's X-ray telescope
can record emissions that range between about 1 million and 4 million kelvins (273.15 kelvins equals 0[degrees]C or 32[degrees]F).
Rosat, which collects "soft" (low-energy) X-rays, produces images sharper than those from any previous X-ray telescope
. But it does not distinguish the energies of these X-rays very well.
Tom Allen, a scientist at Optical Coating Laboratories (OCLI), Santa Rosa, Calif., uses VASE to characterize the metal film deposited on the reflective surfaces of an x-ray telescope
OCLI is building for NASA.
The scientists also expect the X-ray telescope
to detect millions of active galactic nuclei containing massive black holes.
Europe's XMM-Newton, a completely independent x-ray telescope
, also confirmed the line.
George Lansbury (University of Durham, UK) and colleagues have now used NASA's NuSTAR X-ray telescope
to study nine suspected veiled quasars, detecting five of them.
In less than two years' time a new powerful X-ray telescope
eROSITA, which is currently being built at MPE, will be put into orbit on the Russian-German SRG satellite.
Researchers from the Kavli Institute for Particle Astrophysics and Cosmology (KIPAC), jointly run by Stanford University and the Department of Energy's SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, shed light on this important era by analyzing 84 sets of X-ray telescope
observations from the Japanese-US Suzaku satellite.
British scientists have played a key role in two of its key instruments, the X-ray telescope
and the UV/optical telescope.
He waited until the last possible moment before radioing Collins and her crew and telling them they would not be able to lift off with the world's most powerful X-ray telescope
He went on to develop the first focusing X-ray telescope
, the Einstein Observatory, and then to write the proposal for NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory.