All-sky hard X-ray spectral line survey with EXIST
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AbstractThe Energetic X-ray Imaging Survey Telescope (EXIST), under study to be the Black Hole Finder Probe in NASA’s Beyond Einstein Program, would image the sky every 95 min in the energy range 10–600 keV. Although the main scientific objectives of EXIST are the systematic, all-sky survey of heavily obscured AGNs and gamma-ray bursts, there is a substantial capability of EXIST for the observation of transient and persistent hard X-ray lines from several astrophysical sources.

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