eROSITA is the primary instrument on the Russian "Spectrum-Roentgen-Gamma" (SRG) satellite scheduled to be launched in autumn 2018.
Over a period of four years eROSITA will perform an imaging all-sky survey in X-rays at 0.3 - 10.0 keV energies that is expected to detect more than half a million stars and stellar systems.
The survey phase will be followed by a pointed observations phase with a nominal duration of three years.
Science overview: eROSITA Science Book
The Hamburg observatory is leading the stellar working group of the German eROSITA consortium
(Chairs: J. Schmitt & J. Robrade).
EroStarsWG (2016/09, Tuebingen) StarWG Session talk
EroStarsWG (2015/10, Bamberg) StarWG Session talk
IAUS314 - Young Stars & Planets Near the Sun (2015/05, Atlanta)
eROSITA - Nearby Young Stars in X-rays (Talk) (Proceedings)
EroStarsWG (2014/09, Potsdam) Session summary
EroStarsWG summary (2013/10, Garching) Talk
Stars in the eROSITA all-sky survey (2012/09, Kazan) Talk
eROSITA all-sky survey and stellar content (2011/02, Tuebingen) Talk
First eROSITA International Conference (Garmisch-Partenkirchen, 2011/10):
eROSITA and the solar neighborhood (Robrade & Schmitt) Poster
Massive stars as seen with eROSITA (Rauw, Naze, Robrade & Schmitt) Poster
Time domain: eROSITA: stellar variability
All-sky survey - stellar content: Stellar surface densities at var. galactic locations
Source detection and catalogues: Energy bands for stars