Number 10 March 200


1) FUSE Data workshop presentations available on the web
2) Example FUSE data available
3) Project E-mail: Include your Program ID!
4) Cycle 2 NRA soon to be released

1) FUSE Data workshop presentations available on the web

        For those who could not make it to the FUSE data workshop, recently 
held at STScI, we have assembled edited copies of most of the presentations 
given. Please see:

2) Example FUSE data available

        To enable all FUSE data users to form an initial acquaintance with 
FUSE data, we have released two data sets (one TTAG and one HIST mode set) to 
the general community.  These data sets consist of 17.6ksec of HIST and 
9.4ksec TTAG exposures of the white dwarf PG 0749+658.  The data can be 
retrieved from MAST at STScI in the usual fashion.  Further details can be 
found at:

        Instructions on how to retrieve FUSE data from the FUSE/MAST archive can 
be found at:

3)  Project E-mail: Please include your Program ID!

        A friendly reminder to all users: If you are communicating with us
electronically through the fuse_support e-mail account regarding an approved
program, PLEASE remember to include your program ID in the subject line of the 
message!  This is a BIG HELP to those of us who have to track and process 
these messages.

4) Cycle 2 NRA soon to be released

        The finishing touches are now being added to the FUSE cycle 2 NRA.  We
expect a draft version to be released in mid March, yielding a preliminary due
date for cycle 2 proposals in mid June 2000.

The Observer's Electronic Newsletter is published by the FUSE project and is
aimed at the FUSE user community.

Editor: B-G Andersson, FUSE Guest Investigator Officer.

The FUSE Project is managed by Johns Hopkins University's Center for 
Astrophysical Sciences in Baltimore, MD, for NASA's Goddard Space Flight 
Center.  The FUSE Principal Investigator is Dr. Warren Moos, the FUSE Project 
Manager at JHU is Mr. J.B. Joyce, and the NASA Project Scientist for FUSE 
is Dr. George Sonneborn.

Further information about the FUSE Guest Investigator Program can  be
obtained from:  Dr. George Sonneborn;

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