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From: K_loupwarp <loupwarp@yahoo.com>
Subject: Fwd: ESA-XMM-Lifting the veil on the X-ray universe
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Date: Tue, 07 Sep 2004 05:41:04 -0700 (PDT)
From: K_loupwarp <loupwarp@yahoo.com>
Subject: Fwd: ESA-XMM-Lifting the veil on the X-ray universe
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Esteemed members of XMM Helpdesk...my works agt CERN may perhaps be of interest
 
Kind Regards
 
Fernando Louo


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Date: Tue, 7 Sep 2004 05:32:06 -0700 (PDT)
From: K_loupwarp <loupwarp@yahoo.com>
Subject: ESA-XMM-Lifting the veil on the X-ray universe
To: rlaine@estec.esa.nl, fajansen@estec.esa.nl
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Lisbon Portugal 7 Sepember 2004
 
Esteemed Dr Fred Jansen-XMM Project Scientist
Esteemed Mr Robert Laine-XMM Project Manager

I found the relevant information on ESA-XMM in this link.
 
http://www.esa.int/export/esaCP/Pr_19_1999_i_EN.html
 
where it can be read the following about  Dark Matter

The mysteries of the X-ray sky 
The golden X-ray eyes of ESA's observatory will try to make sense of a 'bigger
picture', ascertaining how galaxies aggregate millions of stars, how these
galaxies themselves form clusters and groups scattered across cosmic space. XMM
will also attempt to understand the nature of the invisible dark matter that
fills interstellar space.

As for this i would like to invite both of you to read my works at CERN.

I propose the possible solution for this mistery,and NASA Chandra Space
Telescope a similar to XMM seems to agree with me

In closing i would like to approach myself from ESA since i am a Portuguese
Citizen

My CERN works(see Loup there) are available at

http://cdsweb.cern.ch/search.py?cc=CERN+Document+Server&as=0&ln=en&p=manyfold+universe&f=&action=Search+&c=&sf=&so=d&rg=10&sc=1&of=hb

 

Sincerely Yours

Fernando Loup


 

 




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