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    • Keywords

       

      AstroSat—X-ray—ultra-violet—space observatory.

    • Abstract

       

      AstroSat, India’s first observatory class satellite, operates as a proposal based observatory. AstroSat carries five science payloads capable of simultaneous observations in a broad energy band. In this article, we will summarize the science operations of AstroSat, AstroSat user distribution, user support available for AstroSat users and publications related to AstroSat and AstroSat data.

    • Author Affiliations

       

      V. GIRISH1 LEO JACKSON JOHN2 C. BALAMURUGAN2 K. R. SANGAMESH2

      1. ISRO Headquarters, New BEL Road, Bangalore 560 094, India.
      2. ISRO Telemetry and Tracking Center, Peenya, Bangalore 560 058, India.
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