Re-analysed steps of the ISOPHOT calibration scheme

Reset interval correction, transient correction, and by-passing sky light subtraction

Carlos Del Burgo, Philippe Héraudeau, P. Ábrahám

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Abstract

From all suitable ISOPHOT archieve data, the differential instrumental effects for P- and C-detectors were reviewed. In general each ISOPHOT observation comprised a sky and a heated Fine Calibration Source (FCS) measurement, obtained on observing and calibration mode respectively. Analysis showed that the by-passing sky light increases the FCS signal level and consequently contributed to overestimate the responsivity.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationEuropean Space Agency, (Special Publication) ESA SP
EditorsC. Gry, S.B. Peschke, J. Matagne, P. Garcia-Lario
Pages339-342
Number of pages4
Edition511
Publication statusPublished - febr. 2003
EventExploiting the ISO Data Archive: Infrared Astronomy in the Internet Age - Siguenza, Spain
Duration: jún. 24 2002jún. 27 2002

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OtherExploiting the ISO Data Archive: Infrared Astronomy in the Internet Age
CountrySpain
CitySiguenza
Period6/24/026/27/02

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Del Burgo, C., Héraudeau, P., & Ábrahám, P. (2003). Re-analysed steps of the ISOPHOT calibration scheme: Reset interval correction, transient correction, and by-passing sky light subtraction. In C. Gry, S. B. Peschke, J. Matagne, & P. Garcia-Lario (Eds.), European Space Agency, (Special Publication) ESA SP (511 ed., pp. 339-342)

Re-analysed steps of the ISOPHOT calibration scheme : Reset interval correction, transient correction, and by-passing sky light subtraction. / Del Burgo, Carlos; Héraudeau, Philippe; Ábrahám, P.

European Space Agency, (Special Publication) ESA SP. ed. / C. Gry; S.B. Peschke; J. Matagne; P. Garcia-Lario. 511. ed. 2003. p. 339-342.

Research output: Conference contribution

Del Burgo, C, Héraudeau, P & Ábrahám, P 2003, Re-analysed steps of the ISOPHOT calibration scheme: Reset interval correction, transient correction, and by-passing sky light subtraction. in C Gry, SB Peschke, J Matagne & P Garcia-Lario (eds), European Space Agency, (Special Publication) ESA SP. 511 edn, pp. 339-342, Exploiting the ISO Data Archive: Infrared Astronomy in the Internet Age, Siguenza, Spain, 6/24/02.
Del Burgo C, Héraudeau P, Ábrahám P. Re-analysed steps of the ISOPHOT calibration scheme: Reset interval correction, transient correction, and by-passing sky light subtraction. In Gry C, Peschke SB, Matagne J, Garcia-Lario P, editors, European Space Agency, (Special Publication) ESA SP. 511 ed. 2003. p. 339-342
Del Burgo, Carlos ; Héraudeau, Philippe ; Ábrahám, P. / Re-analysed steps of the ISOPHOT calibration scheme : Reset interval correction, transient correction, and by-passing sky light subtraction. European Space Agency, (Special Publication) ESA SP. editor / C. Gry ; S.B. Peschke ; J. Matagne ; P. Garcia-Lario. 511. ed. 2003. pp. 339-342
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