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1.4 ISOPHOT Publications

1.4.1 Acknowledgements and guidelines

Any paper published based on ISO data should contain the following text, as a footnote to the title.

Based on observations with ISO, an ESA project with instruments funded by ESA Member States (especially the PI countries: France, Germany, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom) and with the participation of ISAS and NASA.

Should the journal in question not permit footnotes to the title, the above text should appear as a footnote the first time ISO is mentioned.

The preferred reference for the ISO mission is:

The Infrared Space Observatory (ISO) mission, Kessler, M.F. et al. 1996, A & A 315, L27

Any paper published based on ISOPHOT data should acknowledge the instrument with the following reference:

ISOPHOT - capabilities and performance, Lemke, D. et al. 1996, A & A 315, L64

If you used the ISOPHOT Interactive Analysis (PIA) to reduce your ISOPHOT data please write in the acknowledgments:

The ISOPHOT data presented in this paper were reduced using PIA, which is a joint development by the ESA Astrophysics Division and the ISOPHOT Consortium with the collaboration of the Infrared Processing and Analysis Centre (IPAC). Contributing ISOPHOT Consortium institutes are DIAS, RAL, AIP, MPIK, and MPIA.

The preferred reference to PIA is:

The ISOPHOT Interactive Analysis PIA, a calibration and scientific analysis tool, Gabriel, C. et al. 1997, in ASP Conf. Ser. Vol. 125, Astronomical Data Analysis Software and Systems (ADASS) VI, ed. G. Hunt & H.E. Payne (San Francisco: ASP), 108

1.4.2 Inventory of publications

In order to offer a complete bibliographic information to the ISO Data Archive users, we try to keep track of all publications involving ISO data, and of all observations used for these publications. As a result, in IDA next to any selected observation, the button `Articles' provides the references of the publications involving this particular observation and a link to their Astrophysics Data System (ADS) entry1.2. Your contribution in this matter can greatly help keeping an information as comprehensive as possible and we therefore ask you to kindly provide the following information for each of your publications:
- complete reference of the article (or preprint)
- list of TDT numbers and instrument modes of the observations that you have exploited for the publication.

You can send the information either by e-mail to:

or by normal mail to:
ISO Project Scientist
(ISO Preprints)
ESA Satellite Tracking Station
Villafranca del Castillo
P.O. Box 50727
28080 Madrid

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ISO Handbook Volume IV (PHT), Version 2.0.1, SAI/1999-069/Dc