- My realtime data do not seem to include the 16s housekeeping required by the tool hxtdead. Can I still correct the data for deadtime?
- While running hxtdead, I see warning messages about "uld or xuld undfined..." and "Detector 0: Uld data interpolated..."; is this a problem?
- My caldb
installation is incomplete or not up to date, how do I upgrade the
- How can I obtain the most recent
- The HEXTE recipe page says that people can just download the canned
response matrices, which I would like to do for HEXTE standard mode data.
However, I found that the standard mode data is in 64-bins, and the response
matrix is in 256 bins. Therefore the
must be rebinned, yes?
- *I would like to create light curves and spectra from HEXTE (0,1) but I
could not find the
energy and channel. Where can I find this information?
- I got an error message when using hxtlcurv. What does the following error
mean? Warning! Your .pha or .lc file covers time interval 126824688.00100 MET
to 126826623.99900 MET but your houskeeping file, FH59_78f30ff-78f4ab0, only
covers 126824704.00000 MET to 126831280.00000 MET Correction proceeding but
will use average deadtimes at end(s) of file.
- I get a message from a HEXTE tool telling me to beware of detector
1 on cluster B. What is it talking about and how does it affect my
deadtime, spectral and lightcurve analaysis (this was answered within
the last three weeks I recall.) ANSWER?
- I'm trying to
separate the on-source
off-source data using the fselect command. It asks for a fits file which
I want to apply the expression ClstrPosition.eq.0.or.ClstrPosition.eq.3 to.
Where is this file?
Data, processing, and distribution:
- Why haven't I received my data tape yet, and when will I?
- How do I get the orbit ephemerides for my observations if they are missing from my data?
- I could not find the
realtime data in
http://xgo2.nascom.nasa.gov:pub/FITS for my observation from 2 days ago.
- How do I obtain the
PGP software needed
to unencrypt my data?
- With the new electronic distribution system, when does my
- How can I tell when an observation is supposed to
- I was just beginning to recombine the PCA GoodXenon data from the
observation denoted by 70154-01-05-01 using the "make_se" script. The
script could not run due to
I took a look and nticed that there are three GoodXenon files in the PCA
directory for this observation. Since these should be found in pairs, I am
assuming one is missing. Can you tell me what has happened here and if the
data can be found somewhere?
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