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INTEGRAL U.S. Guest Observer Facility

The INTEGRAL Guest Observer Facility at GSFC

The mission of the INTEGRAL Guest Observer Facility at NASA/GSFC is to provide support for US-based scientists wishing to utilize INTEGRAL data in the research.

A mirror of the INTEGRAL public data archive at the ISDC in Versoix, Switzerland, is available through the HEASARC at NASA/GSFC. The data is accessible at either site via the HEASARC's W3Browse facility. The INTEGRAL archive at the HEASARC is maintained by the INTEGRAL GOF and HEASARC staffs.

The current INTEGRAL OSA software releases from the ISDC are also available from this website as binaries for the Linux and Mac OS X operatings systems as well as source code. In addition to the ESA INTEGRAL help desk, e-mail and telephone support to U.S. participants is available through the GOF.

The INTEGRAL Guest Observer Program is managed by ESA with data distribution and user support provided by the INTEGRAL Science Data Center (ISDC). The eighth observing cycle of the INTEGRAL mission (AO-8) will begin January 1, 2011 and will run for 12 months. For more information regarding the INTEGRAL Guest Observer Program can be found on our Proposals & Tools web page.

Please direct any inquires to the NASA INTEGRAL GOF, S. Sturner, 301-286-8447 or by selecting Integral via the Feedback form.

The Astrophysics Science Division (ASD) of the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center is one of the consortium institutions of the ISDC. In addition, several Goddard scientists are members of the INTEGRAL Spectrometer (SPI) instrument development team.