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Chandra Calibration Review Presentations Tagged with "ACIS-S"

Reference Presenter Title
2007.19MaxBonamenteSoft and hard x-ray excess emission in Abell 3112 observed with Chandra
2007.1JeremyDrakeMonte Carlo methods for including correlated systematic calibration uncertainties in astrophysical analysis: Chandra ACIS
2007.2VinayKashyapIncorporating Effective Area Uncertainties into Spectral Fitting
2007.21PingZhaoChandra Telescope Optical Axis and Aimpoint
2005.11KazunoriIshibashiMeasuring the Accuracy of Chandra/HETGS Wavelength Scale with Capella Data
2005.19HermanMarshallRecent Improvements to the HETGS Effective Area Calibration
2005.4JonathanMcDowellWhat Shape is the Telescope In?
2005.2DeronPeaseA Study of the Chandra/ACIS PSF using Actual Data
2005.16GregoryPrigozhinImproved model of BI CCD response at low energies
2005.5PingZhaoChandra Telescope Optical Axis and Aimpoint
2004.23MaxBonamenteChandra/XMM cross-calibration: Temperatures and soft X-ray fluxes of four galaxy clusters with ACIS-S/EPIC
2004.8RichardEdgarBack-Illuminated ACIS QE: Revised
2004.5HermanMarshallOverview of the HETGS Calibration
2003.38MichaelRaleyCharacterizing the S3 Low Energy Response with the SMC SNR 1E0102-72.3
2003.40AgataRozanskaEffects of the ACIS-S Contamination in the Chandra Data of Ton S180
2003.22NorbertSchulzHETG Observations of Sco X-1
2003.11AnetaSiemiginowskaACIS-S Contamination and Modeling of the X-ray Absorption in High Redshift Quasars
2003.41ShanilViraniImproving the ACIS-S3 Spectral Resolution via a Grade-Dependent Correction
2003.23BradWargelinChandra LETG Diffraction Efficiencies
2002.16PaulPlucinskyThe Decrease in the ACIS Low-Energy Sensitivity
2002.46LeisaTownsleyCTI Correction on the Backside-Illuminated CCD S3: How and Why
2002.31BradWargelinLETG Higher Order Diffraction Efficiencies

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