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Space Telescopes and Instrumentation 2010: Ultraviolet to Gamma Ray
NHXM is a new hard X-ray imaging and polarimetric satellite mission characterized by a high spatial and energy resolution over a very broad energy band, from 0.3 to 80(120) keV, together with a sensitive X-ray imaging polarimetric capability. It is based on four identical mirror modules that, for the first time, will extend up to 80(120) keV the fine imaging capability today available only at E<10 keV. At the focus of three telescopes there will be three identical spectro-imaging cameras, atdoi:10.1117/12.857032 fatcat:a6ht65rqbbcpzo74cair2mc4di