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Research fellow of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation.
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... files[*]
http://www.astro.isas.jaxa.jp/suzaku/analysis/hxd/pinnxb/pinnxb_ver2.0/
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... function[*]
ae_hxd_pinhxnome2_20070914.rsp
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...$kT_{\rm
low}=9.7^{+0.7}_{-1.1}$ keV[*]
The temperature of the low-temperature component is similar to the temperature determined from the spectra taken by the GIS detectors onboard ASCA with the single-temperature model, kTASCA=9.3+1.1-1.0 keV (Schindler et al. 1997).
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... team[*]
JX-ISAS-SUZAKU-MEMO-2007-09 by Mizuno et al.
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... 20 keV[*]
As for the normalization factor, $K_{\rm ex}^{\rm Chandra}$ was found to be smaller than that from the joint analysis by about 35%. This can be explained by the difference in their integration regions. On the other hand, this level of difference amounts to only a few% of the total cluster emission, and is comparable to the calibration errors of the instruments. Therefore, we simply assigned 30% systematic error to $K_{\rm ex}$.
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...$\Gamma >1.8$[*]
The systematic errors due to both the NXB model and the Suzaku-Chandra cross-calibration are included.
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... et al.[*]
http://cxc.harvard.edu/ccw/proceedings/07_proc/presentations/david/
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Copyright ESO 2008