Team Lead: Cristina Oliveira
Calibration Lead: Dave Sahnow
Calibration Deputy: Bethan James
Calibration programs will monitor COS performance and will provide information needed to calibrate supported observing modes. Each cycle, a set of calibration programs will be assembled and approved by the Director. The following is a table of all the calibration plans.
|Cycle 25||Summary Table||Final Plan (No Changes)|
|Cycle 24||Summary Table||Final Plan (Changes)
Final Plan (All Programs)
|Cycle 23||Summary Table||Final Plan||Closeout Report|
|Cycle 22||Summary Table||Final Plan||Closeout Report|
|Cycle 21||Summary Table||Final Plan||Closeout Report|
|Cycle 20||Summary Table||Final Plan||Closeout Report|
|Cycle 19||Summary Table||Final Plan||Closeout Report|
|Cycle 18||Summary Table||Final Plan||Closeout Report|
|Cycle 17||Summary Table||Final Plan
Final Supplemental Plan
The Summary tables contain the list of all the calibration programs for each cycle. The Final Calibration Plans describe briefly the purpose, accuracies, and resources for each of these programs. The results and status of the calibration programs at the end of each cycle will be documented in the Close-out Reports.
COS Airglow Observations
We have received requests for high-S/N observations of the geocoronal Lyman-alpha line profile observed with the G130M and G140L gratings. Such observations would allow users to model and subtract the line wings from their spectra. We provide a listing of both deliberate and accidental airglow observations on the COS Airglow Web site. If you discover any others, please let us know! In addition, we have posted a list of airglow lines observed in FUSE and HUT data which may be present in COS observations.