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From: ali82taani@yahoo.com
Subject: LMXBs (Spin period and Orbital period)
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Date: Thu, 22 Apr 2010 09:47:01 GMT
From: ali82taani@yahoo.com
To: xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int
Cc: ali82taani@yahoo.com
Subject: LMXBs (Spin period and Orbital period)
Full_Name: Ali Taani
Submission from: (NULL) (159.226.169.103)


Dear Team of XMM: 
I.m Ali Taani from Jordan ; I.m PhD student in high energy astrophysics at
National Astronomical Observatories which belong to Chinese Academy of
Science/Chian. 
I writing you this email to ask you about the Table-Data for Low-Mass X-Ray
Binaries (LMXBs), 
Actually, the data which I need LMXBs (Spin period and Orbital period), to make
population synthesis for Millisecond Pulsars by using 
Accretion Induced Collapse AIC. 
So, it is a kind of you to help me to get these data 
Looking forward to hearing from you 
Sincerely 
Ali Taani

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