The Large Area Detector onboard the eXTP mission
Feroci, Marco; Ahangarianabhari, Mahdi; Ambrosi, Giovanni; Ambrosino, Filippo; Argan,; rea; Barbera, Marco; Bayer, Joerg; Bellutti, Pierluigi; Bertucci, Bruna; Bertuccio, Giuseppe; Borghi, Giacomo; Bozzo, Enrico; Cadeaux, Franck; Campana, Riccardo; Ceraudo, Francesco; Chen, Tianxiang; Cirrincione, Daniela; De Rosa, Aless; ra; Del Monte, Ettore; DI Cosimo, Sergio; DIebold, Sebastian; Evangelista, Yuri; Fan, Qingmei; Favre, Yannick; Ficorella, Francesco; Fuschino, Fabio; Gevin, Olivier; Grassi, Marco; Hong, Bin; Mao, Hanqi; Karas, Vladimir; Kennedy, Tom; Labanti, Claudio; Limousin, Olivier; Lo Cicero, Ugo; Lu, Fangjun; Luo, Tao; Malcovati, Piero; Martindale, Adrian; Meuris, Aline; Michalska, Malgrozata; Morbidini, Alfredo; Muleri, Fabio; Orleanski, Piotr; Paltani, Stephane; Pan, Teng; Perinati, Emanuele; Picciotto, Antonino; Pohl, Martin; Rashvskaia, Irina; Santangelo,; rea; Schanne, Stéphane; Skup, Kornad; Svoboda, Jiri; Tenzer, Chris; Vacchi,; rea; Walton, Dave; Winter, Berend; Wu, Xin; Xu, Yupeng; Zampa, Gianluigi; Zampa, Nicola; Zane, Silvia; Zdziarski,; rzej; Zhang, Long; Zhang, Shu; Zhang, Shuangnan; Zhang, Wenda; Zhang, Xiaoli; Zhou, Yupeng; Zorzi, Nicola; Chen TX(陈田祥); Lu FJ(卢方军); Luo T(罗涛); Xu YP(徐玉鹏); Zhang S(张澍); Zhang SN(张双南)
Volume10699Pages:UNSP 106991C
SubtypeProceedings Paper
AbstractThe eXTP (enhanced X-ray Timing and Polarimetry) mission is a major project of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) and China National Space Administration (CNSA) currently performing an extended phase A study and proposed for a launch by 2025 in a low-earth orbit. The eXTP scientific payload envisages a suite of instruments (Spectroscopy Focusing Array, Polarimetry Focusing Array, Large Area Detector and Wide Field Monitor) offering unprecedented simultaneous wide-band X-ray spectral, timing and polarimetry sensitivity. A large European consortium is contributing to the eXTP study and it is expected to provide key hardware elements, including a Large Area Detector (LAD). The LAD instrument for eXTP is based on the design originally proposed for the LOFT mission within the ESA context. The eXTP/LAD envisages a deployed 3.4 m(2) effective area in the 2-30 keV energy range, achieved through the technology of the large-area Silicon Drift Detectors - offering a spectral resolution of up to 200 eV FWHM at 6 keV - and of capillary plate collimators - limiting the field of view to about 1 degree. In this paper we provide an overview of the LAD instrument design, including new elements with respect to the earlier LOFT configuration.
Conference TitleConference on Space Telescopes and Instrumentation - Ultraviolet to Gamma Ray
Conference PlaceAustin, TX
KeywordX-ray Astronomy Timing Silicon detectors capillary plates
Indexed ByEI ; CPCI
WOS Research AreaAstronomy & Astrophysics ; Optics
WOS SubjectAstronomy & Astrophysics ; Optics
WOS IDWOS:000452819200030
EI Accession Number20183405733986
ADS Bibcode2018SPIE10699E..1CF
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Feroci, Marco,Ahangarianabhari, Mahdi,Ambrosi, Giovanni,et al. The Large Area Detector onboard the eXTP mission[J]. PROCEEDINGS OF SPIE,2018,10699:UNSP 106991C.
APA Feroci, Marco.,Ahangarianabhari, Mahdi.,Ambrosi, Giovanni.,Ambrosino, Filippo.,Argan,.,...&张双南.(2018).The Large Area Detector onboard the eXTP mission.PROCEEDINGS OF SPIE,10699,UNSP 106991C.
MLA Feroci, Marco,et al."The Large Area Detector onboard the eXTP mission".PROCEEDINGS OF SPIE 10699(2018):UNSP 106991C.
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