Operations Change for MEGS-B and MEGS-P

published May 19, 2010

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The MEGS-B exposure is being reduced from continuously down to 15 minutes per day. The MEGS-B detector is showing signs of degradation that is more rapid than anticipated. Reducing the MEGS-B exposure will preserve the detector while this issue is explored further.

This issue also affects the Lyman-alpha measurement from MEGS-P, since the two channels share a filter mechanism.

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