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  • ...ust act as a collector pointing used to reformat, document and deliver the products to the final archive. ...cting possible anomalies, and performing a quick-look data analysis of the science TM to monitor the operation of the observation plan and to verify the behav
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  • ==Related products== ...if the description is of a generic product (e.g. frequency maps), all the products falling into that type should be listed and referenced.</span>
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  • ...roprietary period, which nominally ends with the release of the scientific products to the community 3.5 yrs after launch, i.e. in January 2013. A complete dat *ESA's Planck Science Office, Project Scientist J. Tauber.
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  • * auxiliary data. These are data produced by MOC. The only 3 products used by the HFI DPC are the pointing data, the orbit data, and the time cor MOC. Telemetry data contain the housekeeping data and the bolometer (ie science) data.
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  • [[Category:Mission science products]] Maps for single detectors are built for full or part of the mission and are used primarily for characterization purposes: while the ones built
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  • ...ific products. At the end of the mission the consortia delivered the final products to ESA, which archives them ...manoeuvres has lead to a large amount of fuel remaining on board at end of mission operations.
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  • === The Mission Operations Centre === The mission operations centre (MOC), located at ESA’s operations
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  • ...ick</tt> V3.0 characterizes the DX9 data which is the basis of the nominal mission data release. It goes through the following steps: ...erence between the projected pointing from simulation and from the nominal mission is equal to the aberration.
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  • title = {Planck 2013 results: Overview of Planck Products and Scientific Results (p01)}, title = {Planck early results. I. The Planck mission},
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  • The products of the Planck mission that are made public at this time and described in this document consist of To support the interpretation of these data, these products are accompanied by:
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  • ...section is very preliminary. Its purpose is to give examples of what these products could look like. ...imilar products that are provided in a joint effort by the two DPC. These products are derived from some or all of the nine channel maps described above using
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  • ...e bandwidths are critical for the high sensitivity required for the Planck mission. Some LNAs within the FEMs met the goals at 30 GHz and 44 GHz within the me ...near polarization performance of the FEMs exceeded the requirements of the mission. The isolation between the E- and H- polarizations was measured to be betwe
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  • value for each of the 72 science channels (bolometers and thermometers) for each modulation half-period. Thi ===Performance of the data compression during the mission===
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  • ...rom this page allows to list, display, inspect, select, and download these products. The Planck Legacy Archive contains the following classes of products as of January 2013:
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  • ...t characteristics that are needed by users who work with the released data products. ;HPMCS : Herschel/Planck Mission Control System
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