XMM-Newton Mission Status & Performance Indicator

Revolution 2070

Observing Time Implementation Status as of Revolution 2070

Open Time Program - AO9

Priority A and B
Number of allocated targets 366
Allocated cumulative exposure time (ks) 12888.4
Number of successfully observed targets 345  (94.3%)
Successfully observed cumulative exposure time (ks) 12373.4  (96.0%)
Priority C
Number of allocated targets 260
Allocated cumulative exposure time (ks) 8057.0
Number of successfully observed targets 102  (39.2%)
Successfully observed cumulative exposure time (ks) 2896.0  (35.9%)

TOO Targets

Number of targets 277
Successfully observed cumulative exposure time (ks) 7823.9

Operational efficiency indicators as of revolution 2070

Instrument Efficiency Breakdown
over the past 6 months
Evolution of efficiency
since start of routine phase
(revs. 1 to 1000)    (revs. 1000 to 1700)       (revs. 1701 to 2070)
PN PN Efficiency PN Evolution             PN Evolution             PN Evolution
MOS 1 MOS Efficiency MOS Evolution             MOS Evolution             MOS Evolution
RGS 1 RGS Efficiency RGS Evolution             RGS Evolution             RGS Evolution
OM OM Efficiency OM Evolution             OM Evolution             OM Evolution

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Data Processing and Distribution status as of 31-Mar-2011

Total number of Planned Observations in Routine Phase (revs 0103-2070) 8724
Total number of Performed Observations in Routine Phase 8339
Total number of Observation Data Files generated 8192
Total number of Pipeline/Data Products sets generated and distributed 8113

Turnaround (in days) between Data acquisition and final Data Products distribution (last Quarter)
Values in excess of 90 days usually indicate a problem analysing the data and/or that re-processing was required.
Data Delay

Details on the Observation Status can be found on the Observation & Data Processing pages.

Publications based on XMM-Newton data

Number of refereed papers based on XMM-Newton Data
Refereed papers
Extracted from ADS, selecting only those papers which make direct use of XMM-Newton archival data and excluding papers which make indirect use of XMM-Newton data from published results.
Quarterly Pubs