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Space Telescope Imaging Spectrograph Instrument Handbook for Cycle 22 > Chapter 10: Summary and Checklist > 10.1 Phase I Proposing

10.1
At this point you should have assembled all the information you need to submit your Phase I HST observing proposal. During the course of this process you should review the items listed below.
For All Proposals:
Justify any special requirements (e.g., SHADOW, interactive acquisition, CVZ, target-of-opportunity, time critical scheduling, or the re-use target capability).
For CCD Observations:
Allow time for CR-SPLIT observations and dithering, as needed.
For MAMA Observations:
Check that your proposal does not violate the policy that restricts the mixing of CCD and MAMA observations in the same visit, (see Section 2.6). Be sure that you are requesting sufficient orbits to allow the MAMA and CCD observations to be done in separate visits. Provide a justification if the scientific needs of your program require violating this policy.
10.1.1 Phase I Orbit Allocation Examples
Phase I orbit allocation examples are presented in the HST Primer. Additional examples of Phase I orbit estimations are worked through in this Handbook (see Section 1.2.2, Section 6.8, and Section 9.3).

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