X-ray Cosmology literature

Cosmology

Cosmology and Astrophysics
Juan Garcia-Bellido
A Conceptual Tour About the Standard Cosmological Model
Antonio L. Maroto, Juan Ramirez
Observational Cosmology
R.H. Sanders
The picture of our universe: A view from modern cosmology
David D. Reid et al.
Dark Matter: Introduction
Martin J. Rees
Simulating the formation of cosmic structure
Carlos S. Frenk.
Studies of Structure Formation and Cosmology with Galaxy Cluster Surveys
Joseph J. Mohr.
Gravitational lensing as a probe of structure
Peter Schneider.
Anisotropies in the Cosmic Microwave Background
Anthony Challinor.

X-ray astrophysics

High-Energy Astronomy: 60 New Octaves of Discovery Space
David J. Helfand.
X-ray astronomy in the new Millenium. A Summary
R. D. Blandford.
X-Ray Spectroscopy and Atomic Data
Ehud Behar and Steven M. Kahn
The formal underpinnings of the response functions used in X-ray spectral analysis
J.E. Davis

Clusters of galaxies

Hot Gas in Galaxy Clusters: Theory and Simulations
Michael L. Norman
X-ray observations of Clusters of Galaxies
M. Arnaud
X-rays from Clusters of Galaxies
A.C. Fabian and S.W. Allen
Weak Gravitational Lensing
Peter Schneider
Tracing cosmic evolution with clusters of galaxies
G. Mark Voit
Hot plasma in clusters of galaxies, the largest objects in the universe
Craig L. Sarazin.
The Evolution of X-ray Clusters of Galaxies
Piero Rosati, Stefano Borgani, Colin Norman.
X-ray Emission from Clusters of Galaxies
Craig L. Sarazin.

Galaxy formation

Formation and Evolution of Disk Galaxies
Joseph Silk
Galaxy Formation Now and Then
Matthias Steinmetz.
X-ray Emission from Haloes of Simulated Disc Galaxies
Sune Toft et al.
Direct Detection of Warm Dark Matter in the X-ray
K. Abazajian, G. M. Fuller, W. H. Tucker.

Gamma ray bursts

Gamma-ray burst afterglows
J. van Paradijs, C. Kouveliotou, and R. A. M. J. Wijers.
X-Ray Spectroscopy of Gamma-Ray Bursts
Luigi Piro.
X-ray spectroscopy of gamma-ray bursts: the path to the progenitor
Davide Lazzati, Rosalba Perna, Gabriele Ghisellini
Soft X-ray emission lines in the afterglow spectrum of GRB 011211:- a detailed XMM-Newton analysis
J. N. Reeves et al.

Major observatories used in this project

XMM-Newton (ESA)
Chandra (NASA)
Swift (NASA)
INTEGRAL (ESA)
Very Large Telescope (ESO)
Nordic Optical Telescope (Nordic countries)
Danish 1.54 m telescope at La Silla (DK/ESO)


Version: January 18, 2006