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From: w.dunn@ucl.ac.uk
Subject: Proposal 080193 XMM Visibility
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Date: Tue, 31 Jan 2017 11:17:41 GMT
From: w.dunn@ucl.ac.uk
To: xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int
CC: w.dunn@ucl.ac.uk
Subject: Proposal 080193 XMM Visibility
Full_Name: William Dunn
Submission from: (NULL) (128.40.71.225)


Dear XMM-Newton team,

Thank you for awarding us 6 x 65-85ks XMM-Newton observations of Jupiter
coincident with NASA's Juno mission (proposal 080193). We are very excited about
the scientific opportunities this will present and the possibility of addressing
how Jupiter produces X-ray emissions!

One of Juno's perijoves that we hoped to be coincident with to fulfil the
proposal's science objectives now occurs on Feb 7th 2018.. In checking for
XMM-Newtons visibility, I found that this 2 day window is missing, but that
every other 2-day increment from 21st Jan to 1st of March has possible
observation time. Could you please confirm whether we would be able to observe
Jupiter (RA: 15:08:3.54, Dec: - 17:04:52.3) on Feb 7th?

Many thanks in advance for your help with this. 

I look forward to working with you in the coming months to answer the questions

Kindest regards,
William Dunn
(proposal 080193 PI)


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From: Rosario Gonzalez Riestra <xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int>
To: w.dunn@ucl.ac.uk
Subject: Re: Proposal 080193 XMM Visibility (PR#80849)
Date: Tue Jan 31 12:47:20 2017
CC: xmmpi@sciops.esa.int
Dear Dr. Dunn,

I am afraid that XMM observations will not be feasible around that date, due to
a Moon constraint, that will go from Feb 06 2018 12 UT to Feb 09 2018 UT 04 UT.

Times are approximate, with extrapolation of XMM current orbital elements, and
without taking into account the parallax correction, but it seems that the
observations will not be possible,

Sorry about that...

Rosario Gonzalez-Riestra
XMM-SOC User Support Group

P.S. Could you please send in the future your messages to xmmpi@sciops.esa.int? 
Thanks!


> Full_Name: William Dunn
> Submission from: (NULL) (128.40.71.225)
> 
> 
> Dear XMM-Newton team,
> 
> Thank you for awarding us 6 x 65-85ks XMM-Newton observations of Jupiter
> coincident with NASA's Juno mission (proposal 080193). We are very excited
about
> the scientific opportunities this will present and the possibility of
addressing
> how Jupiter produces X-ray emissions!
> 
> One of Juno's perijoves that we hoped to be coincident with to fulfil the
> proposal's science objectives now occurs on Feb 7th 2018.. In checking for
> XMM-Newtons visibility, I found that this 2 day window is missing, but
that
> every other 2-day increment from 21st Jan to 1st of March has possible
> observation time. Could you please confirm whether we would be able to
observe
> Jupiter (RA: 15:08:3.54, Dec: - 17:04:52.3) on Feb 7th?
> 
> Many thanks in advance for your help with this. 
> 
> I look forward to working with you in the coming months to answer the
questions
> 
> Kindest regards,
> William Dunn
> (proposal 080193 PI)
> 
> 


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From: "Dunn, William" <w.dunn@ucl.ac.uk>
To: Rosario Gonzalez Riestra <xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int>
CC: "xmmpi@sciops.esa.int" <xmmpi@sciops.esa.int>
Subject: Re: Proposal 080193 XMM Visibility (PR#80849)
Date: Tue, 31 Jan 2017 13:39:04 +0000
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Hi Rosario,


Thanks for such a quick reply!


Ah, curses! I don't suppose you could move the moon for us that day...


I'll look again at the Juno orbits to see what information we'll get the da=
ys either side of that PJ...


Thanks again!


Will


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William Dunn
PhD Student, Astrophysics and Planetary Science Groups

Mullard Space Science Laboratory
University College London
Holmbury St Mary, Dorking,
Surrey, RH5 6NT, UK
Email: w.dunn@ucl.ac.uk<mailto:licia.ray@ucl.ac.uk>
T: +44 (0)7818 872022


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From: Rosario Gonzalez Riestra <xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int>
Sent: 31 January 2017 12:47:19
To: Dunn, William
Cc: xmmpi@sciops.esa.int
Subject: Re: Proposal 080193 XMM Visibility (PR#80849)


Dear Dr. Dunn,

I am afraid that XMM observations will not be feasible around that date, du=
e to
a Moon constraint, that will go from Feb 06 2018 12 UT to Feb 09 2018 UT 04=
 UT.

Times are approximate, with extrapolation of XMM current orbital elements, =
and
without taking into account the parallax correction, but it seems that the
observations will not be possible,

Sorry about that...

Rosario Gonzalez-Riestra
XMM-SOC User Support Group

P.S. Could you please send in the future your messages to xmmpi@sciops.esa.=
int?
Thanks!


> Full_Name: William Dunn
> Submission from: (NULL) (128.40.71.225)
>
>
> Dear XMM-Newton team,
>
> Thank you for awarding us 6 x 65-85ks XMM-Newton observations of Jupiter
> coincident with NASA's Juno mission (proposal 080193). We are very excite=
d
about
> the scientific opportunities this will present and the possibility of
addressing
> how Jupiter produces X-ray emissions!
>
> One of Juno's perijoves that we hoped to be coincident with to fulfil the
> proposal's science objectives now occurs on Feb 7th 2018.  In checking fo=
r
> XMM-Newtons visibility, I found that this 2 day window is missing, but th=
at
> every other 2-day increment from 21st Jan to 1st of March has possible
> observation time. Could you please confirm whether we would be able to
observe
> Jupiter (RA: 15:08:3.54, Dec: - 17:04:52.3) on Feb 7th?
>
> Many thanks in advance for your help with this.
>
> I look forward to working with you in the coming months to answer the
questions
>
> Kindest regards,
> William Dunn
> (proposal 080193 PI)
>
>

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