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Chandra Calibration Review Presentations Tagged with "2009"

Reference Presenter Title
2009.4JeanConnellyMore Parametrization of the Chandra Point Spread Function
2009.23LaurenceDavidA Comparison of Cluster Temperatures Derived from Chandra and XMM-Newton
2009.11JeremyDrakeA Monte Carlo Method for Including Chandra Instrument Response Uncertainties in Parameter Estimation Studies
2009.15R. NicholasDurhamRevisions to the HRC-S Quantum Efficiency at Energies above the Carbon Edge
2009.20RichardEdgarCharge Transfer Inefficiency in the ACIS Continuous Clocking Mode
2009.3TerranceGaetzSummary of the Recent Update to the Chandra HRMA Calibration
2009.22CatherineGrantACIS after ten years: Detector performance then, now, and into the next decade
2009.9ManabuIshidaCross spectral calibration between Suzaku and Chandra with the BL Lac object PKS2155-304
2009.17TakashiIsobeHow to Create a HRC Background Map for an Observation
2009.2DiabJeriusDiscarding the Tea Leaves: What's in store for the HRMA Effective Area
2009.5MichaelJudaStudies of the Point-Spread Function of the Chandra High Resolution Camera
2009.14VinayKashyapThe Imaging and Spectral Performance of the HRC
2009.10HyunsookLeeCombining Statistical and Systematic Uncertainties for High Counts Spectra
2009.18HermanMarshallUpdating the Chandra ACIS Contamination Model
2009.6En-HsinPengAn edge-like feature in high signal-to-noise ratio spectra of galaxy clusters
2009.8PaulPlucinskyUsing 1E0102.2-7219 and G21.5-0.9 to Cross-calibrate Chandra, XMM, Swift & Suzaku
2009.16JenniferPosson-BrownSUMAMPS-based gain maps and RMF for the HRC-I
2009.19JenniferPosson-BrownDeveloping contributed software to correct for the temperature dependence of charge transfer inefficiency
2009.21NorbertSchulzHigh Energy Transmission Grating Spectra in Continuous Clocking Mode
2009.13BradWargelinA New Gain Map and Pulse-Height Filter for the LETG/HRC-S Spectrometer
2009.7MartinWeisskopfOn Calibrations using the Crab Nebula as a Standard Candle
2009.1PingZhaoThe Quality and Stability of Chandra Telescope Pointing and Spatial Resolution

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