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From: TAMAL SARKAR <tamal.sarkar1@smude.edu.in>
Subject: Permission for using the figure from "XMM Newton Users handbook"
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From: TAMAL SARKAR <tamal.sarkar1@smude.edu.in>
To: <esapub@esa.ini>
Cc: <xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int>
Subject: Permission for using the figure from "XMM Newton Users handbook"
Date: Thu, 9 Apr 2009 07:27:26 +0000
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I am working in the feild of X-ray Astronomy for my M.Phil Thesis (Topic: B=
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(as per instruction of my guide).

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I will be very glad if you give me permission for using them in my M.Phil T=
hesis.

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TAMAL SARKAR

University of North bengal

India.

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From: Pedro M. Rodriguez Pascual <xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int>
To: tamal.sarkar1@smude.edu.in
Subject: Re: Permission for using the figure from "XMM Newton Users handbook" (PR#40201)
Date: Mon Apr 13 08:49:18 2009
Dear Tamal Sarkar,

the material in the XMM-Newton Users' Handbook is public, you could 
just mention that you extracted those figures from it.
On the other hand, if you are using data from XMM-Newton in your thesis 
we would be thankful if you can inform us when your PhD is completed 
as we are keeping record of PhDs based on XMM-Newton data.

Sincerely,

Pedro

> 
> Sir=2C
> 
> I am working in the feild of X-ray Astronomy for my M.Phil Thesis (Topic:
B=
> lack Hole Binary System through X-Ray Window). In this regard=2C I need to
=
> use some figure from XMM Newton Users Handbook issue 2.6 in my M.Phil
Thesi=
> s:-
> 
> Fig 1=2C2=2C3=2C4=2C 7=2C8=2C 11=2C 12=2C 15=2C 19=2C 20=2C 21-27=2C 48-59
=
> (as per instruction of my guide).
> 
> =20
> 
> I will be very glad if you give me permission for using them in my M.Phil
T=
> hesis.
> 
> =20
> 
> TAMAL SARKAR
> 
> University of North bengal
> 
> India.
> 
> _________________________________________________________________
> How fun is this? IMing with Windows Live Messenger just got better.
> http://www.microsoft.com/india/windows/windowslive/messenger.aspx=
> 

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