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From: Christian Schneider <astro@pcschneider.eu>
Subject: Re: XMM-Newton observations of HST ULLYSES targets
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Date: Mon, 30 Sep 2019 15:02:02 +0200 (CEST)
From: Christian Schneider <astro@pcschneider.eu>
To: helpdesk xmmhelp <xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int>,
Subject: Re: XMM-Newton observations of HST ULLYSES targets
Hi Norbert,

Thanks for the quick answer.

> please, send such questions to the help-desk.

Will do, sorry!

Cheers,
Christian

> On 09/30/2019 02:41 PM, Christian Schneider wrote:
> > Hi Norbert,
> >
> > As mentioned in an email earlier this year HST will dedicate a
signific=
ant number of orbits to study star formation (500-1000 orbits over the next=
 three years).
> >
> > Most of the targets are still unknown, but the monitoring targets, i.
e=
., a small subset of 3-4 targets, are known now (mainly because they enable=
 good simultaneous X-ray spectra with XMM within reasonable exposure times =
30-40 is). The observing dates are, however, unknown as of now. Possibly, o=
bservations will start as early as late next year. Therefore, we are wonder=
ing how to proceed and how to propose for simultaneous XMM-Newton observati=
ons. Could this, perhaps, be a joint proposal without paying the HST resour=
ces out of the XMM budget?
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> No, it is not a joint programme.
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> You should ask for fixed-time and coordinated.
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> When you fill out the proposal form for each
> observation:
> Time critical? yes
> Coordinated observation? yes,
> Observation fixed in" UT time
> Remarks flag" Y
> Remarks:
> "To be coordinated with HST. HST observing times are not know yet."
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> Please, consider to ask also for time for the
> targets not know yet, if the case is strong.
> RA and DEC to 0
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> With best regards,
> Norbert
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> > Best regards,
> > Christian
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