HEX-P: The High-Energy X-ray Probe

Kristin K. Madsen*, Ryan Hickox, Matteo Bachetti, Daniel Stern, Nis C. Gellert, Javier García, Erin Kara, N. W. Brandt, Henric Krawczynski, Anne Lohfink, Laura Brenneman, F. Christensen, Matthew Middleton, A. Hornstrup, Giorgio Matt, Amruta Jaodand, George Lansbury, Claudio Ricci, Felix Fuerst, David BallantyneDom Walton, Andy Fabian, D. Ferreira, Katja Pottschmidt, Jon M. Miller, David L. Windt, Mislav Baloković, Nikita Kamraj, Joern Wilms, Marianne Heida, David Alexander, Peter Boorman, Daniel Wik, Julia Vogel, Hannah Earnshaw, Marie-Anne Descalle, Francesca Civano, Francesca Fornasini, Jonathan Grindlay, William Zhang, Ann Hornschemeier, William Craig

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Abstract

The High-Energy X-ray Probe (HEX-P) is a next-generation high-energy X-ray observatory with broadband (2-200 keV) response that has 40 times the sensitivity of any previous mission in the 10-80 keV band and >100 times the sensitivity of any previous mission in the 80-200 keV band.
Original languageEnglish
JournalAmerican Astronomical Society. Bulletin (Online)
Volume51
Issue number7
Number of pages13
ISSN2330-9458
Publication statusPublished - 2019

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