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XMM-Newton Science Archive (XSA)


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Web Interface access to XMM-Newton Data and Source Catalogues


Search the XMM-Newton Science Archive (XSA)


Direct access to the XSA data through the Archive InterOperability System (AIO):

AIO tool for direct access to the XSA database


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Tools


FLIX Upper limit and image cut-out
from XMM-Newton Serendipitous Source Catalogue images
Tool provided by the XMM-Newton Survey Science Centre (SSC), available via LEDAS.
"Upper Limit Server" for XMM-Newton pointed and slew observations Tool to calculate the maximum count rate and flux which could be produced by a source at the input position in a given image. See the User Guide.

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Download Full XMM-Newton Catalogues


Alongside all XMM-Newton scientific data products and observation-related information, high-level catalogues and
a multiwavelength datasets can be accessed through the XSA user interface or downloaded from the links below:

3XMM-DR4 XMM-Newton
Serendipitous Source Catalogue
Download the FITS table
Download the CSV table
Documentation and watchouts
(by the SSC consortium)
Slim version of the
3XMM-DR4 catalogue
Download the FITS table
Download the CSV table
Documentation and watchouts
(by the SSC consortium)
New
The XMM-Newton Slew Survey
XMMSL1_Delta6 Source Catalogue
Download the FITS table (FULL)
Download the FITS table (CLEAN)
Documentation
New
XMM-Newton OM Serendipitous Ultra-violet
Source Survey Catalogue (XMM-SUSS2)
Download the FITS table
Download the FITS table (SLIM version)
Documentation
XID program WFC/INT images   Documentation
(Maintained by the SSC consortium)

Alongside the XSA user interface, 3XMM-DR4 is also available at:
  • LEDAS (LEicester Database and Archive Service)
  • XCAT-DB at the Observatoire Astronomique de Strasbourg
  • HEASARC

Previous versions of the XMM-Newton Serendipitous Source Catalogue can be found here.

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Documentation


XMM-Newton Science Data Products Guide A short guide to XMM-Newton science data products.
Data Quality Process for XMM-Newton Data A description of the "Data Quality Process" applied to XMM-Newton Data and the "Data Quality Report" available for each observation.


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Notes on the XSA releases


XSA version 8.2:

The XSA v8.2, released on 27 February 2014, provides for the first time access to two new versions of catalogues: the incremental XMMSL1_Delta6 and the XMM-SUSS2. It also provides access to new mosaic ODF subsets generated in 2014, and continues giving access, as earlier XSA v8 versions, to the 3XMM-DR4 and to all XMM-Newton ODF and PPS files, either routinely processed since July 2013, or earlier data reprocessed in 2013.

XSA version 8.0:

The XSA v8.0, released on 23 July 2013, offered for the first time a web based interface to the XMM-Newton Science Archive. The XSA was fully re-engineered also greatly improving the search speed.

Since v8.0 of the XSA access is provided to all XMM-Newton data including the fully reprocessed PPS products, and the 3XMM-DR4 catalogue.




Watchouts




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Questions, Comments


If you have questions about the XMM-Newton Science Archive please contact us via the XMM-Newton Helpdesk


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This page was last updated on 29 November, 2013.