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Chandra Calibration Review Presentations Tagged with "HRC-S"

Reference Presenter Title
2009.15R. NicholasDurhamRevisions to the HRC-S Quantum Efficiency at Energies above the Carbon Edge
2009.13BradWargelinA New Gain Map and Pulse-Height Filter for the LETG/HRC-S Spectrometer
2007.5TakashiIsobeHigh Resolution Camera Stowed Background Study
2007.11BradWargelinImproved and Time-Dependent HRC-S Gain Map
2007.21PingZhaoChandra Telescope Optical Axis and Aimpoint
2005.9JeremyDrakeThe Status of the Low Energy Transmission Grating Spectrometer Calibration
2005.10VinayKashyapHRC-S/LETG: Degap and Wavelength Corrections
2005.37JenniferPosson-BrownMonitoring the Optical/UV Transmission of the HRC with Betelgeuse
2005.5PingZhaoChandra Telescope Optical Axis and Aimpoint
2004.27Sun MiChungCharacterizing Non-linearities in the Chandra LETG+HRC-S Dispersion Relation
2004.20HankDonnellyOverview of HRC Performance
2004.28VinayKashyapChandra HRC-S Degapping Corrections from Flight and Lab Data
2004.2DeronPeaseImprovements to the HRC-S QE uniformity and LETGS effective area
2003.31Sun MiChungCharacterizing Non-linearities in the Chandra LETG+HRC-S Dispersion Relation
2003.25JeremyDrakeThe Dispersion Relation of the LETGS and the Accuracy of Chandra Velocity Studies
2003.24VinayKashyapDegap Corrections for HRC-S Grating Observations
2003.35DeronPeaseGain Evolution in the HRC-S: Implications for Spectroscopy and Imaging
2003.23BradWargelinChandra LETG Diffraction Efficiencies
2003.43CharlesWiltonBackground Variabiliy in the Chandra High Resolution Camera
2002.15MichaelJudaCharacteristics of the HRC Background
2002.13MichaelJudaHRC-S Event Double-Counting and Deadtime Correction
2002.9VinayKashyapImaging Characteristics Affecting the LETGS
2002.8AlmusKenterThe HRC Degapping Procedure
2002.6SteveMurrayHRC Science and Calibration
2002.31BradWargelinLETG Higher Order Diffraction Efficiencies
2002.14MartinZombeckThe UV/Visible Light Sensitivity of the HRC
2002.10Robvan der MeerNon-Linearities in the HRC-S Detector

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