30 June 2006 Chandra monitoring and trends analysis: status and lessons learned
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The Chandra X-Ray Observatory was launched in July, 1999 and has yielded extraordinary scientific results. Behind the scenes, our Monitoring and Trends Analysis (MTA) approach has proven to be a valuable resource in providing telescope diagnostic information and analysis of scientific data to access Observatory performance. We have created and maintain real-time monitoring and long-term trending tools. This paper will update our 2002 SPIE paper on the design of the system and discuss lessons learned.
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Bradley D. Spitzbart, Bradley D. Spitzbart, Scott J. Wolk, Scott J. Wolk, Takashi Isobe, Takashi Isobe, } "Chandra monitoring and trends analysis: status and lessons learned", Proc. SPIE 6270, Observatory Operations: Strategies, Processes, and Systems, 627018 (30 June 2006); doi: 10.1117/12.672051; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.672051
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