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Re: XRT/CCD bias and dark
There is some discussion on pg 2-24 of the Blue Book (XRT section)
a PDF copy is available at:
Steve Saar has looked at structures in the dark images and his code to
remove those is in the XRT_PREP routine.
There is also a "grey book" on the CCD that I have only seen in
maybe Kano has an extra copy available. I think the Blue Book text is
the grey book.
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On Sep 19, 2007, at 6:24 PM, Bish ishibashi wrote:
> Where could I find a documentation on bias/dark
> calibration for XRT/CCD? Particularly I'm looking
> for information on (any) correlation between CCD
> temperature and its dark current (and stability
> of bias level w.r.t. CCD temp).
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