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Table 1:

Details of the four XMM-Newton slew observations and the single (Rev. 1378) dedicated XMM-Newton pointed observation.
Rev Date Obs. ID RA(J2000) Dec(J2000) Counts Exposure Count rate Lik.
  (UT)         (s) (s-1)  
351 (slew) 07/11/01 9035100003     <3.6 8.8 <0.41 <$\sim$8
750 (slew) 12/01/04 9075000003     <3.2 17.3 <0.18 <$\sim$8
1210 (slew ) 18/07/06 9121000003 06:06:36.2 -69:49:33 228.8 $\pm$ 14.1 9.8 23.4$\pm$1.4 1777.1
1246 (slew) 28/09/06 9121460003 06:06:36.5 -69:49:38 12.9 $\pm$ 2.4 3.4 3.8$\pm$0.7 54.7
1378 (pointed) 19/06/07 0510010501 06:06:36.5 -69:49:37 1511.0 $\pm$ 44.8 8940.0 0.20 $\pm$ 0.01 4630.4

XMM-Newton revolution, date and observation ID are tabulated, together with the 0.2-2.0 keV X-ray properties of XMMSL1 J060636.2-694933; position, background-subtracted counts, exposure, count-rate, and detection likelihood. For the Rev. 1378 dedicated observation, these properties are given for all the EPIC cameras combined. For the slew observations, only the EPIC-pn values are given. In the first two slews the source was not detected, and upper limits are shown in the table.


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