Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects
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Result of query: info cati XMMSL1$

Details on Acronym:   XMMSL1
   XMMSL1 (XMM-Newton Slew) Write:<<XMMSL1 JHHMMSS.s+DDMMSS>> N: about 4000 Object:(X)  (SIMBAD class: X = X-ray Source) Note:The XMM-Newton Slew Survey has currently covered about 15per100 of the sky to a limiting flux of 5E-13 ergs/s/cm2 in the soft (0.2-2 keV) and 3E-12 ergs/s/cm2 in the hard (2-12 keV) X-ray band (for detection likelihood, DETML>8).
The number of sources detected is of the order of 4000 with about 500 having been detected independently in the hard band.
2007A&A...462...57S, 2007A&A...462L..49E: First refs with XMMSL1 objects. Auth.:SCHARTEL N. Ref:=2007A&A...462...57S bySAZONOV S. , REVNIVTSEV M., KRIVONOS R., CHURAZOV E., SUNYAEV R. Astron. Astrophys., 462, 57-66 (2007) Hard X-ray luminosity function and absorption distribution of nearby AGN: INTEGRAL all-sky survey. oTable 2: <XMMSL1 JHHMMSS.s+DDMMSS> N=1. Ref:=2007A&A...462L..49E byESQUEJ P. , SAXTON R.D., FREYBERG M.J., READ A.M., ALTIERI B., SANCHEZ-PORTAL M., HASINGER G. Astron. Astrophys., 462L, 49-52 (2007) Candidate tidal disruption events from the XMM-Newton slew survey. oTable 1: <XMMSL1 JHHMMSS.s+DDMMSS> N=5. Ref:=2008A&A...480..611S bySAXTON R.D. , READ A.M., ESQUEJ P., FREYBERG M.J., ALTIERI B., BERMEJO D. Astron. Astrophys., 480, 611-622 (2008) The first XMM-Newton slew survey catalogue: XMMSL1. oCatalogue: <XMMSL1 JHHMMSS.s+DDMMSS> N=4710. =E=Catalogue in electronic form as J/A+A/480/611 Originof the Acronym: p = Pre-registered to IAU Comm.5