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ASCA Guest Observer Facility

ASCA Public Archive Complete

October 5th, 2001.

Between 1993 Apr 5 and 2000 July 15, ASCA performed 3079 separate observation sequences. These are now all publicly available at the HEASARC, and can be accessed using the "ascamaster" catalog in Browse.

All data have been processed using revision 2 data processing. We currently plan to re-process all ASCA data within the next year or so. The main purpose of this will be to incorporate the final calibration of time-dependent gains of both the GIS and the SIS; we do not anticipate major changes in the directory structure or in the type of data products.

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This file was last modified on Tuesday, 09-Oct-2001 09:32:15 EDT

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