|Speaker:||Aya Bamba (Dublin/JAXA)|
|Title:||The Next Generation X-ray satellite: ASTRO-H|
|Date (JST):||Tue, Feb 09, 2010, 15:30 - 16:30|
|Place:||Conference Room A|
ASTRO-H is an international X-ray observing satellite that Japan plans to launch with the H-II A rocket in 2014. The satellite features cutting-edge instruments, capable of measuring X-ray energies with unprecedented accuracy and producing the first ever images of the high-energy X-ray universe. The other important point is that ASTRO-H will be the only X-ray observatory people outside of the team can use. Today, we introduce not only about the hardware but also the scientific
use and how to apply your observations.