(left) vs. XMM Multi Mirror FM5 (right) inside the PANTER
the aperture (diameter 1 m) of the 130 m long test tube of the facility
||SWIFT Multi Mirror in front
130 m tube.
||Closer look at the SWIFT
||SWIFT XRT Multi Mirror with
the ROSAT PSPC
(engeneering model) in focus inside the PANTER vacuum chamber
||ROSAT PSPC, EPIC MOS camera
and SWIFT Multi
Mirror assembeled in PANTER's vacuum chamber
Area of the SWIFT
Multi Mirror in the energy range from 2.0 – 10. keV. Around the gold
(2.2 – 3.0 keV) measurements at every 50 eV where taken. Beyond 3.0 keV
the stepwidth was 500 eV.
To simulate nearly parallel
(infinite source distance) only one of the 12 sectors of the mirror
was left open, while the other 11 were closed by a stop. The free
was than brought on the optical axis of the facility.