Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2006 15:59:22 -0400
From: "Ann Hornschemeier (Cardiff)" <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: XSA notification: data available from your XSA account 'ahornsch'
To: XMM-Newton SOC <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Dear XMM SOC,
I have been wrestling with this dataset off-and-on for several weeks and
am a bit stumped.
There are only ODF data, and when I run the "omichain" task the result
is a UV image with no astrometry
Could you possibly investigate this dataset, and if possible, re-run
pipeline processing (or tell me if somehow
I am in error)?
I did try to retrieve the data via your archive interface, and all I
got were ODF data.
I hope you can help me!
XMM-Newton SOC wrote:
> Dear Dr Ann Hornschemeier,
> XMM-Newton Observation Data Files (ODF) as well as Pipeline Products
> as derived from the ODF by the Survey Science Centre for one of your
> observations are now available. The details for the observation are as
> XMM-Newton Observation Id : 0403760301
> XMM-Newton pipeline processing report:
> Target name : UVLG03
> Observer : Dr Ann Hornschemeier
> Observation date : Jul 10 2006 10:21PM
> Observation duration : 25910
> Processing date : Aug 1 2006 12:08AM
> Details on your observation can be found at:
> For the next 7 days, you may find your data in the following secure ftp
> Please, use the username and password of your already existing XSA account
> (Username: ahornsch) to download them.
> Otherwise, XMM-Newton data can always be accessed through the XMM-Newton
> Science Archive (XSA) user interface, available at:
> For general XMM-Newton information or details on the structure of the data,
> please refer to the XMM-Newton Web Site, which is available at:
> From the archive you can also check when the proprietary right period
> covering your data is due to expire.
> Should you have any questions or doubts, please do not hesitate to contact
> the XMM-Newton HelpDesk (http://xmm.esac.esa.int/news/xmmhelp_top.html).
> XMM-Newton Science Operations Centre