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From: Mariachiara Rossetti <mariachiara.rossetti@unimi.it>
Subject: Suggestion for ESA press release
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Date: Thu, 16 May 2013 09:30:11 +0200
Subject: Suggestion for ESA press release
From: Mariachiara Rossetti <mariachiara.rossetti@unimi.it>
To: xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int
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Dear XMM Project Manager,
I'm writing you to bring to your attention for an ESA press release our
recent work
"Abell 2142 at large scales: An extreme case for sloshing?"
that was recently accepted by A&A and appeared on astro-ph
http://arxiv.org/abs/1305.2420

The work is based on a XMM-Newton observation of A2142 performed in July
2011 (PI Rossetti). This cluster has been deeply studied with Chandra in
its central regions and is the object where cold fronts have been first
discovered (Markevitch et al 2000). However, only our recent XMM
observation has allowed to study its global structure and to show the
presence of a third cold front, at almost one Mpc from the center, which is
the most distant cold front ever detected in a galaxy cluster.
This is an important result since it shows that sloshing is not a
phenomenon associated to the dense central regions, but rather it is a
cluster wide phenomenon involving a large fraction of the ICM.
Moreover, it shows clearly that XMM can have an important role in the study
of cold fronts and sloshing in galaxy clusters, while they have been
studied mainly with Chandra so far.

The XMM image of A2142 is very beautiful (see attached file) and well
suited for a press release. Moreover, optical data are also available
publicly to try to make a composite X-ray optical image

Please let me know if you think it will be of interest.

Best regards,
Mariachiara Rossetti

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Dr. Mariachiara Rossetti
Post Doc @ University of Milan
Dipartimento di Fisica
Via Celoria 16 - Milano (IT)
http://cosmo.fisica.unimi.it/persone/mariachiara-rossetti/
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v><div><div>Dear XMM Project
Manager,<br></div>I&#39;m writing you to bring=
 to your attention for an ESA press release our recent
work<br></div>&quot;=
Abell 2142 at large scales: An extreme case for sloshing?&quot;<br>
</div>that was recently accepted by A&amp;A and appeared on astro-ph
<br><a=
 href=3D"http://arxiv.org/abs/1305.2420">http://arxiv.org/abs/1305.2420</a>=
<br><br></div>The work is based on a XMM-Newton observation of
A2142 perfor=
med in July 2011 (PI Rossetti). This cluster has been deeply studied with C=
handra in its central regions and is the object where cold fronts have been=
 first discovered (Markevitch et al 2000). However, only our recent XMM obs=
ervation has allowed to study its global structure and to show the presence=
 of a third cold front, at almost one Mpc from the center, which is the mos=
t distant cold front ever detected in a galaxy cluster. <br>
</div>This is an important result since it shows that sloshing is not a
phe=
nomenon associated to the dense central regions, but rather it is a cluster=
 wide phenomenon involving a large fraction of the ICM.
<br></div>Moreover,=
 it shows clearly that XMM can have an important role in the study of cold =
fronts and sloshing in galaxy clusters, while they have been studied mainly=
 with Chandra so far. <br>
<br></div>The XMM image of A2142 is very beautiful (see attached
file) and =
well suited for a press release. Moreover, optical data are also available =
publicly to try to make a composite X-ray optical
image<br><br></div>Please=
 let me know if you think it will be of interest.<br>
</div><br>Best regards,<br></div>Mariachiara
Rossetti<br><br>--------------=
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---------<br></div>Dr. Mariachiara
Rossetti<br></div>Post Doc @ University =
of Milan<br>
</div>Dipartimento di Fisica<br></div>Via Celoria 16 - Milano
(IT)<br><a hr=
ef=3D"http://cosmo.fisica.unimi.it/persone/mariachiara-rossetti/">http://co=
smo.fisica.unimi.it/persone/mariachiara-rossetti/</a><br>------------------=
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<div><div><div><div><div><div><div><div><div><div><div><div><br></div></div=
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From: Ignacio de la Calle <xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int>
To: mariachiara.rossetti@unimi.it
Subject: Re: Suggestion for ESA press release (PR#52203)
Date: Thu May 16 14:41:08 2013
Dear Mariachiara,

Many thanks for your email. I have passed the information on to the 
project scientist for his consideration.

Regards,

Ignacio de la Calle
XMM-Newton SOC

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> Dear XMM Project Manager,
> I'm writing you to bring to your attention for an ESA press release our
> recent work
> "Abell 2142 at large scales: An extreme case for sloshing?"
> that was recently accepted by A&A and appeared on astro-ph
> http://arxiv.org/abs/1305.2420
> 
> The work is based on a XMM-Newton observation of A2142 performed in July
> 2011 (PI Rossetti). This cluster has been deeply studied with Chandra in
> its central regions and is the object where cold fronts have been first
> discovered (Markevitch et al 2000). However, only our recent XMM
> observation has allowed to study its global structure and to show the
> presence of a third cold front, at almost one Mpc from the center, which
is
> the most distant cold front ever detected in a galaxy cluster.
> This is an important result since it shows that sloshing is not a
> phenomenon associated to the dense central regions, but rather it is a
> cluster wide phenomenon involving a large fraction of the ICM.
> Moreover, it shows clearly that XMM can have an important role in the
study
> of cold fronts and sloshing in galaxy clusters, while they have been
> studied mainly with Chandra so far.
> 
> The XMM image of A2142 is very beautiful (see attached file) and well
> suited for a press release. Moreover, optical data are also available
> publicly to try to make a composite X-ray optical image
> 
> Please let me know if you think it will be of interest.
> 
> Best regards,
> Mariachiara Rossetti
> 
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> Dr. Mariachiara Rossetti
> Post Doc @ University of Milan
> Dipartimento di Fisica
> Via Celoria 16 - Milano (IT)
> http://cosmo.fisica.unimi.it/persone/mariachiara-rossetti/
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> 
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> 
> <div dir=3D"ltr"><div><div><div><div><div><div><div><div><div><div><div><di=
> v><div><div>Dear XMM Project
Manager,<br></div>I'm writing you to bring=
>  to your attention for an ESA press release our recent
work<br></div>"=
> Abell 2142 at large scales: An extreme case for sloshing?"<br>
> </div>that was recently accepted by A&A and appeared on astro-ph
<br><a=
>  href=3D"http://arxiv.org/abs/1305.2420">http://arxiv.org/abs/1305.2420</a>=
> <br><br></div>The work is based on a XMM-Newton
observation of A2142 perfor=
> med in July 2011 (PI Rossetti). This cluster has been deeply studied with
C=
> handra in its central regions and is the object where cold fronts have
been=
>  first discovered (Markevitch et al 2000). However, only our recent XMM
obs=
> ervation has allowed to study its global structure and to show the
presence=
>  of a third cold front, at almost one Mpc from the center, which is the
mos=
> t distant cold front ever detected in a galaxy cluster. <br>
> </div>This is an important result since it shows that sloshing is not
a phe=
> nomenon associated to the dense central regions, but rather it is a
cluster=
>  wide phenomenon involving a large fraction of the ICM.
<br></div>Moreover,=
>  it shows clearly that XMM can have an important role in the study of cold
=
> fronts and sloshing in galaxy clusters, while they have been studied
mainly=
>  with Chandra so far. <br>
> <br></div>The XMM image of A2142 is very beautiful (see
attached file) and =
> well suited for a press release. Moreover, optical data are also available
=
> publicly to try to make a composite X-ray optical
image<br><br></div>Please=
>  let me know if you think it will be of interest.<br>
> </div><br>Best regards,<br></div>Mariachiara
Rossetti<br><br>--------------=
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------=
> ---------<br></div>Dr. Mariachiara
Rossetti<br></div>Post Doc @ University =
> of Milan<br>
> </div>Dipartimento di Fisica<br></div>Via Celoria 16 -
Milano (IT)<br><a

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