Data Policy of Insight-Hard X-ray Modulation Telescope

Data Policy of Insight-Hard X-ray Modulation Telescope

Updated version, November 14, 2019

 

Chapter 1 General Principles
1. Insight-Hard X-ray Modulation Telescope (Insight-HXMT) is China's first astronomical telescope and designed to observe X-ray sources in 1-250 keV energy band, aiming at providing scientific supports for both domestic and international astronomers.
2. Following the international resource sharing principle, this management is made to standardize the HXMT data management, make full use of the data product and maximize the scientific achievements.
3. This management consists of data co-ordinate and management, data product classification and definition, user classification, user support and obligation and international collaboration et. al.
4. This management is applicable for Insight-HXMT data ONLY.

Chapter 2 Data Co-ordinate and Management

5. Insight-HXMT data product and international cooperation are managed by China National Space Administration (CNSA) who authorizes Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) to be in charge of HXMT data management, distribution, archive, application and scientific research.
6. In order to provide consultation and vital decision for Insight-HXMT scientific observation and research, international Science Advise Committee (ISAC) and Science work committee (SWC) are established by CNSA and CAS, whose duties and regulations are described in "The work regulation of HXMT ISAC and SWC ". ISAC and SWC further set up a secretariat to maintain daily work.

Chapter 3 Data Product Classification and Definition

7. There are three main payloads on-board Insight-HXMT, the high energy telescope (HE, 25-250 keV), the medium energy telescope (ME, 5-30 keV) and the low energy telescope (LE, 1-15 keV).
8. Approved core and guest scientific observation (including ToO observation and instrumental calibration observation) are scheduled after the in-orbit delivery of HXMT. Based on the type of observation, the HXMT scientific data product is divided into three classes:
i. Core scientific data, obtained from the core scientific observation;
ii. Guest scientific data, obtained from the guest scientific observation;
iii. Non-proposal data, the rest of the data apart from the first two types.
9. Based on the data process routine, HXMT scientific data product is defined as three types:
i. Level 0 data, the preliminary decoded and deframed data downloaded from the space station;
ii. Level 1 data, raw data merging from Level 0 through data deduplication, matching, ranking, unpacking and so on.
iii. Level 2 data, general data product extracted from Level 1 data, i. e., light-curves, spectra, images and catalogs.

Chapter 4 User Classification
10. Insight-HXMT data management and user support vary on the type of the user.
11. Users are generally divided into three teams: core science team, guest science team and general science team. Core science team is made up of scientists with core observation proposals; guest science team is made up of scientists with guest observation proposals; and general research team is made up of scientists doing their research with Insight-HXMT publicly data.
12. All the scientists mentioned above MUST register on the Insight-HXMT website (http://newshxmt.ihep.ac.cn/index.php/enhome).

Chapter 5 Data Product Support
13. On the fulfillment of the relevant regulations of CNSA and CAS, CAS is charge of providing data product for domestic and international scientists, encouraging the usage of HXMT data, and supporting the data application and add-on service.
14. According to the relevant policies and regulations of China and the international astronomical conventions, Insight-HMXT data are reserved for the exclusive use of proposer team for a fixed period of time ( proprietary period), after which they become publicly available (publicly period).
15. During the proprietary period, level 0 and 1 data products can only be accessed by authorized users, after which they will be publicly available for all users.
i. Core scientific data, can only be accessed by core science team during the proprietary period. The proprietary period is normally one year from the time one receives level 1 data product.
ii. Guest scientific data, can only be accessed by guest science team during the proprietary period. The the proprietary period is normally one year from the time one receives level 1 data product.
iii. Non-proposal data, the usage is decided by principle investigator (PI). The proprietary period is one year from the time one receives level 1 data product.
iv. Under special circumstances, for instances, extending the duration of the proprietary period or adjusting the usage of data product should ask for permissions from the PI and SWC.
16. HXMT calibration data product, including instrumental calibration data, will be released together with scientific data; Auxiliary engineering data, i.e., attitude, orbit, time, payload status, et al. will be released as auxiliary data.
17. Level 0 data product will NOT be released to the public.
18. During the in-orbit operation of Insight-HXMT, the data distribution is arranged by Institute of High Energy Physics (IHEP). Once approved by the PI, National Space Science Center (NSSC) of the Chinese Academy of Science can distribute the data product as well. After the de-commission of Insight-HXMT, NSSC will be in charge of the data distribution and permanent archival management.

Chapter 6 Data Management for International Cooperation

19. We encourage international scientists and organizations to use Insight-HXMT data for scientific research. Insight-HMXT follows the international resource sharing principle for international cooperation.
i. International scientific organizations are encouraged to use Insight-HMXT data product, on the basis of following the agreement or memos signed by Chinese government and Foreign government.
ii. International scientists and domestic scientists have the same rights and obligations in Insight-HMXT core science team.
iii. International scientists and domestic scientists have the same rights and obligations in Insight-HMXT guest science team.
iv. International scientists and domestic scientists have the same rights and obligations in Insight-HMXT general science team.

Chapter 7 User Obligation

20. Users are obligated to declare the application of Insight-HXMT in their publications. For example, "This work has made use of the data from the Insight-HXMT mission, a project funded by China National Space Administration (CNSA) and the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS)".
21. We are not responsible for the consequences of improper use of Insight-HMXT data.
22. Users are obligated to provide feedback of data application and scientific achievements. CAS consigns NSSC to collect the feedback of data application and scientific achievements.


Chapter 8 Appendix

23. The publication relevant policy for all scientific achievements (paper, book and patent, et.al.) will be issued separately.
24. Any tort when using Insight-HXMT data will be held criminally responsible.
25. This management is issued and explained by CNSA.
26. This management shall be implemented by the date of issuance.


The rights and responsibilities of Insight-HXMT core science team

The rights and responsibilities of Insight-HXMT core science team
Updated version, November 14, 2019

1. Insight-HXMT observations and scientific research programs

Similar to most of the astronomical space telescopes in the world, there are two major research programs for Insight-HXMT in-orbit observation, data analysis and associated research.

1) Insight -HXMT Core Science Program, which is the main subject of this document. Insight-HXMT Core Science Program aims at taking full advantages of Insight-HXMT with high cadence and long duration observations which may have strong international competitiveness and high scientific value. The Core Science Program is formulated by Insight-HXMT core science team members.
2) Insight-HXMT Guest Science Program, which is not covered by this current document. Insight-HXMT Guest Science Program is made of observations proposed by users or teams from both domestic and international astronomy communities, and selected by the dedicated review panel where users will be able to propose observations not already included in the Core Science Program.

This document does NOT cover HXMT data policy and results release.

2. The constitution of Insight-HXMT Core Science Team

The Insight-HXMT Core Science Team consists of the following three types of researchers:

1) Insight-HXMT team members, including the proposers of HXMT, members of HXMT payloads and HXMT Science Data Center (HSDC).
2) Domestic members, domestic key scientists who are interested in contributing to the Insight-HXMT scientific research.
3) International members, international scientists who have either made significant contributions to Insight-HXMT or recommended by cooperated organizations that contributed to Insight-HXMT.

A brief description of the responsibilities and rights of the three types of Insight-HXMT Core Science Team members is given below.

3. Insight-HXMT team members

Major responsibilities:

1) Complete the payload development and performance tests.
2) Study the space environment's impact on payload performance.
3) Participate in the payload calibration.
4) Participate in the HXMT in-orbit operation organized by HSDC.

Major rights:

1) Claim authorship in all scientific publications coming out of the Insight-HXMT Core Program observations during the data proprietary period. The order of authorship is classified in the Appendix.
2) Participate in/quit from any Core Science Group once approved by Insight-HXMT principal investigator (PI).

4. Domestic members

Domestic members are scientists who are the leading researchers in the related field and are interested in contributing to Insight-HXMT scientific research, and are divided into several Core Science Objectives Groups. Proposals for Insight-HXMT Core Science Objectives are solicited among domestic astronomy community, while the submitted proposals will be reviewed and selected by a peer review committee composed of domestic and international experts. The peer review committee determines the Core Science Objectives and the constitution of the corresponding proposal groups, as well as the observation time for each Core Science Objective. Subsequently, the Insight-HXMT HSDC will formulate the corresponding observation schedules for these Core Science Objectives.

Major responsibilities:

1) Justification of the Core Science Objectives, including scientific value, observation simulation, observation time estimation and observation schedule.
2) Complete the Insight-HXMT white papers for proposed objectives and publish it as key elements of the Insight-HXMT user manual or scientific publications.
3) Cooperate with HSDC on scheduling observations for the approved Core Science Objectives.
4) Accomplish the data analysis of the proposed Core Science Objectives in high quality and manage to publish the results.
5) The retrieved data can ONLY be accessed by authorized groups/members during the data proprietary period.
6) Collaboration with a third-party organization/scientist is ONLY allowed once permitted by a peer review committee or PI during the data proprietary period.
7) Apply all kinds of resources required to accomplish the requirements listed above, including funding and computation support.

Major rights:

1) Use the data from the Core Program observations during the data proprietary period, including possible collaboration with a third-party organization/scientist with an approval from a peer review committee or PI.
2) Participate in all kinds of major scientific research projects organized by PI, with funding support.
3) Apply scientific research projects based on Insight-HXMT Core Science Objectives, with funding support.

5. International members

International scientists who have made significant contributions to Insight-HXMT or been recommended from cooperation organizations can either apply to join a specific Insight-HXMT Core Science Group proposed by domestic members or submit new Insight-HXMT Core Science Objectives proposals to be reviewed by a peer review committee led by PI. The peer review committee will be in charge of the following review and approval. International members shall have the same rights as domestic Insight-HXMT core science members once the proposals approved by the peer review committee.

International collaborations are very welcome and foreseen to stipulate the application of Insight-HXMT. International scientists who haven NOT made direct contribution to Insight-HXMT are encouraged to participate in the collaboration groups of the Insight-HXMT Core Science Objectives. Application for collaborating with Insight-HXMT core science groups/members is required and shall be submit to the associated Core Science Group leader (the application forms are available online) and the PI. Once approved, they are allowed to access the data products during the proprietary period.

Appendix


1. Insight-HXMT publication classification

Insight-HXMT publications are classified into four categories:
1) Instrument publications, namely type A publications, mainly report the Insight-HXMT scientific instruments, including HXMT science objectives, analysis techniques, in-orbit performance, calibration facilities, ground-based and in-orbit calibration, performance simulation (including instrument response and in-orbit background), model-based instrumental in-orbit performance and expected scientific results from simulations.
2) Data analysis publications, namely type B publications, report the scientific results from Insight-HXMT observations, including all types of Insight-HXMT observations and the joint observations with other telescopes.
3) Theoretical publications, namely type C publications, reports the theoretical results (testing or constraining theoretic models) using Insight-HXMT observation data during the data proprietary period, or using Insight-HXMT public observation analyzed by HXMT Core Science Team.
4) Joint publications, namely type D publications, is based primarily on data from other telescopes, but also uses Insight-HXMT observation data during the data proprietary period or Insight-HXMT public observation analyzed by HXMT Core Science Team.

2. Insight-HXMT publication level

Each of the four publication types is sorted into several levels

1) Type A publications
a) Level A1 publications, thematic publications of Insight-HXMT instrument, targeting at the design, principle, performance, sensitivity, calibration and expected results of Insight-HXMT instrument.
b) Level A2 publications, describes a single instrument or a set of instruments or HSDC.
c) Level A3 publications, any other instrument publications apart from level A1 and level A2 publications.


2) Type B publications
a) Level B1 publications, the first refereed scientific publication, a publication reporting the iconic and breakthrough results of Insight-HXMT, for instances, the first Nature publication (including Nature Series), the first Science publication, the first sky survey catalog publications and so on.
b) Level B2 publications, any other publications coming out of Insight-HXMT Core Science observations except Level 1 publications.
c) Level B3 publications, any other publications apart from Level B1 and B2 publications.


3) Type C publications
No sub-levels for this type


4) Type D publications
No sub-levels for this type

3. Insight-HXMT publications authorship

1) Type A publications

a) Level A1. The first and corresponding author should be the PI or the one designated by PI, the ordering of the following leading authors is decided by the contribution one made for Insight-HXMT payload, HSDC and calibration system, and the rest of all authors (*see NOTE at the end) who have contributed to Insight-HXMT payload, HSDC and calibration system are ordered alphabetically (known as the *"General Author List"). If the publication involves the satellite, launch and operation of Insight-HXMT, then the associated researchers should be included in the author list (The author list can be expanded on the basis of the "General Author List" ).
b) Level A2. The first and corresponding author should be the chief designer of the instrument or the one designated by the chief designer, the ordering of the following leading authors is decided by the contribution one made for the instrument, and the rest of the authors (including all the developers, PI and some Insight-HXMT key members) are ordered alphabetically; the author list shall also include some authors in the "General Author List" based on his/her contribution to the publications.
c) Level A3. The first and corresponding author should be the writer of the publications (including PhD students and Post-docs), the ordering of the following authors is decided by the contribution one made for the publications. The PI or HXMT core science members will not sign up if no direct contribution is made to this publication.

2) Type B publications

a) Level B1. The first and corresponding author should be the PI or the one designated by PI, the second author should be the principal writer, and the ordering of the following leading authors is decided by the contribution one made for the publications, and all other authors in the "General Author List" shall be included and ordered alphabetically.
b) Level B2. The first author should be the principal writer (including Ph.D. student and post-doc), the second author should be the head of the Core Science Group that the principal writer belongs to, the third author should be HXMT PI or the one designated by PI; the ordering of the following leading authors is decided by the contribution one made for the publications, and all other authors in the "General Author List" shall be included and ordered alphabetically.
d) Level B3. The first and corresponding author should be the principal writer. If the principal writer is a Ph.D. student/post-doc, the second and co-corresponding author should be his/her supervisor, while the ordering of the following leading authors is decided by the contribution one made for the publications. The PI or HXMT key members will not sign up if no direct contribution is made to this publication.

3) Type C publications

The authors of type C publications consist of four types: (1) those who are in charge of the theoretical explanation; (2) those who conduct the data analysis; (3) leading proposers of the Insight-HXMT observation data (in data proprietary period) used in this publication, no more than three scientists; (4) the PI and his team, no more than five scientists.

The first and corresponding author should be from author type (1), the second and co-corresponding author should be from author type (2). Except for the first and second author, the rest of the authors are ordered alphabetically. If the principal writer is a Ph.D student/post-doc, then the second and co-corresponding author should be his/her supervisor.

4) Type D publications

The authors of type D publications consist of four types: (1) those who made the observations apart from Insight-HXMT; (2) those who conduct the HXMT data analysis; (3) leading proposers of the Insight-HXMT observation data (in proprietary period) used in this publication , no more than three scientists; (4) the PI and his team, no more than five scientists.

The first and corresponding author should be from author type (1), the second and co-corresponding author should be from author type (2). Except for the first and second author, the rest of the authors are ordered alphabetically. If the principal writer is a Ph.D. student/post-doc, then the second and co-corresponding author should be his/her supervisor.

*NOTE: If one has left the Insight-HXMT team for more than one year, then normally his/her name should be deleted from the "General Author List". If one joined the Insight-HXMT project recently, normally he/she should wait for at least one year to have his name added into the "General Author List". These rules are also applicable to Ph.D. students and post-docs, except that the Ph.D. student or post-doc has made direct contribution to this particular publication.

*General Author List: List of the Insight-HXMT team (including Ph.D students and Post-docs) which consists of members from payload development, calibration, HSDC and HXMT project management.


慧眼卫星核心科学研究团队的组成、职责及权利

慧眼卫星核心科学研究团队的组成、职责及权利
2019.11.14更新

1. 慧眼卫星的观测和科学研究工作模式

和国际上大部分其它空间天文卫星一样,慧眼卫星的在轨观测、数据分析和相关科学研究工作将主要有两个模式:

1) 围绕慧眼卫星核心科学目标开展的研究工作。慧眼卫星核心科学目标指的是能够充分利用慧眼卫星的优势,需要较多的观测时间,在国际上具有明显的竞争力并且预期能够产生重要科学成果的科学目标。这一部分工作将以慧眼卫星核心科学研究团队为主完成,这是本文件所涉及的主要内容。

2) 慧眼卫星客座科学研究工作。这是由国内外天文界学者及其团队响应慧眼卫星征集客座观测计划的通知,自下而上提出的、不和慧眼卫星核心科学目标重叠的研究。遴选通过的建议书将由慧眼卫星地面科学中心安排观测,项目建议团队将在数据的保护期内专享由此产生的观测数据的分析和科学论文的发表。这部分内容将在另外的文件中予以明确。

本文件不涉及慧眼卫星数据政策和成果发布等内容。

2. 慧眼卫星核心科学研究团队的组成

慧眼卫星核心科学研究团队将主要由三部分组成:

1) 慧眼卫星项目组主要成员:包括项目主要建议人、有效载荷和地面科学中心研制的主要负责人;

2) 国内学术界:有关研究方向的骨干并且有兴趣对慧眼卫星的科学研究做出贡献的学者;

3) 国际学术界:国际上对慧眼卫星做出过重要贡献的学者个人以及合作部门推荐的学者。

下面对这三部分成员职责和权利进行简要的描述。

3. 慧眼卫星项目组核心科学研究团队成员

主要职责:

1) 完成载荷研制和性能测试;

2) 负责空间运行环境对载荷性能影响测试与验证等工作;

3) 配合载荷标定工作;

4) 在轨运行期间配合地面科学中心完成应承担的工作。

主要权利:

1) 有权选择在所有使用保护期内的慧眼卫星的核心观测计划产生的数据的论文上署名,署名顺序将在附录中明确;

2) 在经过首席科学家确认之后,可以随时选择加入或者退出任何一个或者若干核心科学目标工作组。

4. 国内学术界核心科学研究团队成员

由国内学术界有关研究方向的骨干并且有兴趣对慧眼卫星的科学研究做出贡献的学者组成,分成若干慧眼卫星核心科学目标工作组。慧眼卫星核心科学目标将向国内学术界征集,由首席科学家组织国内外专家组成的遴选委员会对征集到的建议书进行评审和遴选,确定慧眼卫星的核心科学目标和相应的工作组召集人及其成员,分配每个核心科学目标的观测时间。慧眼卫星地面科学中心将对这些核心科学目标制定相应的观测计划。

主要职责:

1) 核心科学目标的论证,包括科学意义、观测模拟、观测时间估计、观测策略制定;

2) 完成该科学目标的慧眼卫星白皮书并作为慧眼卫星科学工作手册的核心内容以及科学论文发表;

3) 配合慧眼卫星地面科学中心制定该科学目标的核心观测计划;

4) 高效率高质量完成该科学目标的数据分析并署名发表科学论文;

5) 在该数据保护期内不得向他方提供该数据;

6) 如果需要使用该数据保护期内的数据参加国内外其它科学研究的合作,除非已经得到了遴选委员会的授权,一律需要提请首席科学家批准;

7) 通过各种途径获得完成上述工作所需的各种资源的申请,包括经费和其它观测和计算设备的使用申请。

主要权利:

1) 在数据保护期内使用该核心观测计划的观测数据,包括经过遴选委员会或者首席科学家批准之后使用该数据参加国内外其它科学研究的合作;

2) 作为骨干成员参加由首席科学家牵头组织的各种大型科学研究计划,并获得经费的支持;

3) 以慧眼卫星核心科学目标为主要研究内容申请科学研究计划,并获得经费的支持。

5. 国际学术界的核心科学研究团队成员
国际上对慧眼卫星做出过重要贡献的学者个人或由国际合作单位推荐的学者个人,可以申请加入由国内学术界提出并且经过批准的部分慧眼卫星核心科学目标工作组; 也可以直接向由首席科学家领导的评审委员会提出新的慧眼卫星核心科学目标建议,经委员会批准之后,将在不违反中国的有关数据和经费等政策和法规的前提下,承担和享有国内慧眼卫星核心科学目标工作组成员的同样职责和权利。
国际上对慧眼卫星的科学研究有兴趣但是并未对慧眼卫星做出过直接贡献的学者个人,可以申请加入慧眼卫星核心科学目标的合作组.这类学者通过申请与慧眼卫星核心科学目标工作组成员合作,经相应的核心科学组组长和首席科学家批准后可使用数据保护期内核心观测计划的观测数据.

附件:慧眼卫星论文分类、分级和署名草案

1. 慧眼卫星论文分类

慧眼卫星以及相关的论文分为四类:

1) 仪器类论文,简称A类或者甲类论文,指主要报告慧眼卫星科学仪器的论文,包括慧眼卫星的科学目标、所涉及的技术、性能、标定设备、地面和在轨标定结果、性能模拟结果(包括仪器响应和在轨本底)、以及基于模型模拟的科学仪器在轨性能和预期科学结果等。

2) 数据类论文,简称B类或者乙类论文,指主要报告慧眼卫星观测的科学成果的论文,包括慧眼卫星的各种观测结果以及使用慧眼卫星数据和其它观测(以及实验或者模拟计算)数据联合研究的论文等。

3) 理论类论文,简称C类或者丙类论文,指主要是理论研究的论文,但是为了验证或者约束某个或者某些理论模型而使用了慧眼卫星的尚未公开发布的数据、或者虽然数据公开发布了但是需要慧眼卫星项目团队负责或者协助分析慧眼卫星数据。

4) 联合类论文,简称D类或者丁类论文,指主要基于其它观测数据但是使用了慧眼卫星的尚未公开发布的数据、或者虽然数据公开发布了但是需要慧眼卫星项目团队负责或者协助分析慧眼卫星数据。

2. 慧眼卫星论文分级

每一类论文将分为若干级。

2.1 A(甲)类论文分级

1(一)级论文:属于慧眼卫星仪器的纲领性论文,描述慧眼卫星所有科学仪器的设计、原理、性能、灵敏度、标定和预期科学成果等。

2(二)级论文:描述慧眼卫星单个科学仪器或者一组科学仪器、或者地面应用系统。

3(三)级论文:所有其它描述慧眼卫星科学仪器或者地面应用系统研制或者模拟计算等成果的论文。

2.2 B(乙)类论文分级

1(一)级论文:慧眼卫星观测数据产生的第一篇审稿科学论文,第一篇Nature(包括系列子刊)和第一篇Science论文,第一个巡天星表论文等报道慧眼卫星的标志性和突破性观测成果的论文。

2(二)级论文:除上述"1(一)级论文"之外的慧眼卫星核心科学目标观测研究产生的论文。

3(三)级论文:所有其它论文。

2.3 C(丙)类论文分级

该类论文不分级。

2.4 D(丁)类论文分级

该类论文不分级。

3. 慧眼卫星论文署名

3.1 A(甲)类论文署名

1(一)级论文:由慧眼卫星首席科学家或者首席科学家指定的科学家担任第一作者和通讯作者,随后的若干主要作者的排名按照对慧眼卫星有效载荷、地面科学应用系统和标定系统的贡献大小排序,最后按照姓名汉语拼音的顺序包括所有参加(*见后面注释)慧眼卫星有效载荷、地面科学应用系统和标定系统研制人员(简称"基础名单*")。如该论文也涉及慧眼卫星的卫星、发射和运行的描述,则上述作者也应该包括参加慧眼卫星的卫星、发射和运行的研制人员。

2(二)级论文:由该仪器或者该系统的主任设计师或者主任设计师指定的科学家(工程师)担任第一作者和通讯作者,随后的若干作者的排名按照对该仪器或者该系统的贡献大小排序,最后按照姓名汉语拼音的顺序包括所有参加(*见后面注释)该仪器或者该系统的研制人员以及首席科学家和若干慧眼卫星团队的核心成员。论文的作者名单也应该包括"基础名单"中的对该论文有贡献的其他人员。

3(三)级论文:由执笔人或者对该成果贡献最大的人员(包括学生和博士后)担任第一作者和通讯作者,随后的若干作者的排名按照对该成果的贡献大小排序(若首席科学家和慧眼卫星团队的其他核心成员没有对该成果做出直接贡献则不署名)。

3.2 B(乙)类论文署名

1(一)级论文:由慧眼卫星首席科学家或者首席科学家指定的科学家担任第一作者和通讯作者,第二作者为该论文主要执笔人,随后的若干主要作者的排名按照对该成果的贡献大小排序,最后按照姓名汉语拼音的顺序,包括"基础名单"中的所有人员。如果该论文主要执笔人为学生或者博士后,则该学生的实际指导导师或者博士后合作导师为该论文的第三作者和共同通讯作者,其余作者排序顺延。

2(二)级论文:第一作者为该论文主要执笔人(包括学生和博士后),该核心科学工作组的组长和慧眼卫星首席科学家或者首席科学家指定的科学家担任共同通讯作者和第二、第三作者,随后的若干主要作者的排名按照对该成果的贡献大小排序,最后按照姓名汉语拼音的顺序排序,包括"基础名单"中的所有人员。如果该论文第一作者为学生或者博士后,则该学生的实际指导导师或者博士后合作导师为该论文的第二作者和共同通讯作者,其余作者排序顺延。

3(三)级论文:第一作者和通讯作者为该论文主要执笔人,如果该论文主要执笔人为学生或者博士后,则该学生的实际指导导师或者博士后合作导师为该论文的第二作者和通讯作者,随后的若干作者的排名按照对该成果的贡献大小排序,或者由其研究团组决定论文作者顺序。若首席科学家和慧眼卫星团队的其他核心成员没有对该成果做出直接贡献则不署名。

3.3 C(丙)类论文署名

该类论文的可能由四类作者署名:(1)该成果理论部分的完成人;(2)实际参与该数据分析工作的学者;(3)使用的保护期观测数据提案者;(4)慧眼卫星首席科学家及其团队。

论文的第一作者和通讯作者均来自于(1)类作者,(2)类作者中的最主要作者担任第二作者和共同通讯作者,(3)类作者为客座观测提案负责人、或者核心观测提案主要负责人(最多三位),(4)类作者为首席科学家或者首席科学家指定的学者以及慧眼卫星项目骨干成员(最多五位)。除第一、第二作者之外,其余作者均按照姓名汉语拼音的顺序排序。如果该论文第一作者为学生或者博士后,则该学生的实际指导导师或者博士后合作导师为该论文的第二作者和共同通讯作者,其余作者排序顺延。

3.4 D(丁)类论文署名

该类论文的可能由四类作者署名:(1)慧眼卫星以外数据的观测和处理的完成人;(2)实际参与该部分慧眼卫星数据分析工作的学者;(3)使用的慧眼卫星保护期观测数据提案者;(4)慧眼卫星首席科学家及其团队。

论文的第一作者和通讯作者均来自于(1)类作者,(2)类作者中的最主要作者担任第二作者和共同通讯作者,(3)类作者为客座观测提案负责人、或者核心观测提案主要负责人(最多三位),(4)类作者为首席科学家或者首席科学家指定的学者以及慧眼卫星项目骨干成员(最多五位)。除第一、第二作者之外,其余作者均按照姓名汉语拼音的顺序排序。如果该论文第一作者为学生或者博士后,则该学生的实际指导导师或者博士后合作导师为该论文的第二作者和共同通讯作者,其余作者排序顺延。

*注:如果已经不参加慧眼卫星项目,除特殊情况之外,离开一年以上不再署名。如果最近加入慧眼卫星项目,除特殊情况之外,需要已经至少参加慧眼卫星项目一年以上才有署名权。以上对于学生和博士后也适用,除非该学生和博士后对该论文做出了直接贡献。
*基础名单:慧眼项目组团队名单(包括学生和博士后),包括载荷研制、标定、地面科学系统以及直接参与慧眼项目的管理人员。


Insight-HXMT application form for joining its core science team and data request

Insight-HXMT application form for joining its core science team

Collaborations are very welcome and are foreseen to join the core science team of Insight-HXMT in the following three ways:
1) Partner institutions that had provided contributions to HXMT;
2) Coordinate multi-wavelength observations of both in space and on ground;
3) Fill the application form and send it to the leader of a specific core science group of Insight-HXMT and cc the email to the PI of Insight-HXMT.

 (1)Form for application to join the core science team

(This form is applicable to any researcher (regardless of nationality) who has an official position in China, but not to students, postdocs and visitors)

 (2)Form for application of Insight-HXMT core science data within the proprietary period

(Applicable only to core science team member) 

(3)Form for application of Insight-HXMT core science data within the proprietary period

(Applicable to association team member)

 

The core science groups of HXMT:
Group 1: accretion X-ray binaries (leaders: Qu Jin Lu ( 该Email地址已收到反垃圾邮件插件保护。要显示它您需要在浏览器中启用JavaScript。 ), Zhang Shu ( 该Email地址已收到反垃圾邮件插件保护。要显示它您需要在浏览器中启用JavaScript。 ), vice leaders: Cui Wei, Tao Lian, Chen YuPeng)
Group 2: Galactic survey and diffuse emission research (leader: Liu Yuan ( 该Email地址已收到反垃圾邮件插件保护。要显示它您需要在浏览器中启用JavaScript。 ), vice leader: Li ChengKui)
Group 3: Multi-wavelength observations (leader: Liu JiFeng ( 该Email地址已收到反垃圾邮件插件保护。要显示它您需要在浏览器中启用JavaScript。 ), vice leader: Xiong Shao Lin)
Group 4: Calibration and background model (leader: Song LiMing ( 该Email地址已收到反垃圾邮件插件保护。要显示它您需要在浏览器中启用JavaScript。 ), vice leader: Liao Jin Yuan)
Group 5: pulsar navigation (leader: Zheng Shi Jie ( 该Email地址已收到反垃圾邮件插件保护。要显示它您需要在浏览器中启用JavaScript。 ), vice leader: Zheng Wei)
Group 6: Extragalactic sources (leader: Yuan Wei Min ( 该Email地址已收到反垃圾邮件插件保护。要显示它您需要在浏览器中启用JavaScript。 ), vice leader: Jia Shu Mei)
Group 7: Gamma-ray bursts and gravitational wave EM counterparts (leader: Xiong Shao Lin ( 该Email地址已收到反垃圾邮件插件保护。要显示它您需要在浏览器中启用JavaScript。 ), vice leader: Liu Cong Zhan)
Group 8: non-accreting pulsars (leader: Zhang Shuang Nan ( 该Email地址已收到反垃圾邮件插件保护。要显示它您需要在浏览器中启用JavaScript。 ), vice leader: Ge Ming Yu)