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This e-mail information includes the user's SMTP host, or the computer from which e-mail messages are routed.
If unsure of your SMTP host, ask your system administrator.
The results of the search will then be displayed in the bottom panel of Star View, as shown in figure 1.1. name, and image central wavelength (corresponding to particular instrument filters or gratings).
These results include the dataset name, instrument name, R. and Dec of the target, and the instrument aperture used. Clicking on a given dataset in the Results table will display the information shown in the cells above it (Proposal ID, Release Date, P. You may browse through the retrieved datasets either by using the mouse and scroll bar, or by using the navigation buttons (Scan, Previous, Next) in the top row of mouse buttons.
They are only meant to provide a quick check that the datasets found by the search met the search criteria, i.e., contained the object(s) of interest, and are of the desired quality.
Datasets are marked for retrieval by first clicking on them, then using the "Mark" button at the top of Star View.
by a particular instrument) will be discussed later.
As an example of the use of the Quick Search option, we will request all available WFPC2 data for the galaxy M87.
This is done by typing "WFPC2" and "M87" in the Instrument and Target Name cells of the Qualifications section, then clicking the "Search" button at the top left of the Star View window.
These queries can be turned off for future sessions once this information has been supplied.
We now proceed to an introduction to the use of Star View.