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From: Joern Wilms <joern.wilms@sternwarte.uni-erlangen.de>
Subject: Trigger for proposal 06930201
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Date: Wed, 19 Sep 2012 10:29:36 +0200
From: Joern Wilms <joern.wilms@sternwarte.uni-erlangen.de>
To: Jan-Uwe Ness <xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int>,
Subject: Trigger for proposal 06930201
Dear all,

I hope this is the correct email to send trigger requests to.
Unfortunately, I am only with very limited Internet access and could not
search more.

The newly discovered black hole candidate Swift J174510.8-262411 (e.g.,
ATELs 4380, 4381, 4383, 4385, and 4388, 4393) has been at 1 Crab in
20-40keV according to an INTEGRAL pointing yesterday. The source easily
meets the criteria for my approved XMM proposal 69302. I would therefore
like to trigger the first of these 23ksec observations.

Since the source is so very bright, as already discussed with Norbert by
email yesterday I would like to request the use of the burst mode since
even the modified timing mode would be piled up and at this brightness
the burst mode is sufficient for the study of the  iron line. The offset
map ought to be done as a closed observation.

The source is located at
RA =17h 44m 10.6 s
Dec=-26d 24' 14.7''

In case of further questions, unfortunately I have very bad internet
access right now, but will be back with normal access tomorrow
(Thursday) morning. In case there is a very urgent question, please
contact either Jerome Rodriguez or Mike Nowak (both in cc:).

Cheers,

Joern


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From: Rosario Gonzalez Riestra <xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int>
To: xmmpi@sciops.esa.int
Subject: Trigger for proposal 06930201 (PR#50907)
Date: Wed Sep 19 08:31:18 2012
> Dear all,
> 
> I hope this is the correct email to send trigger requests to.
> Unfortunately, I am only with very limited Internet access and could not
> search more.
> 
> The newly discovered black hole candidate Swift J174510.8-262411 (e.g.,
> ATELs 4380, 4381, 4383, 4385, and 4388, 4393) has been at 1 Crab in
> 20-40keV according to an INTEGRAL pointing yesterday. The source easily
> meets the criteria for my approved XMM proposal 69302. I would therefore
> like to trigger the first of these 23ksec observations.
> 
> Since the source is so very bright, as already discussed with Norbert by
> email yesterday I would like to request the use of the burst mode since
> even the modified timing mode would be piled up and at this brightness
> the burst mode is sufficient for the study of the  iron line. The offset
> map ought to be done as a closed observation.
> 
> The source is located at
> RA =17h 44m 10.6 s
> Dec=-26d 24' 14.7''
> 
> In case of further questions, unfortunately I have very bad internet
> access right now, but will be back with normal access tomorrow
> (Thursday) morning. In case there is a very urgent question, please
> contact either Jerome Rodriguez or Mike Nowak (both in cc:).
> 
> Cheers,
> 
> Joern
> 
> 

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