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    Volume 1, Number 12                           May 6, 1992
The EUVE Guest Observer Handbook has been revised to include  up-
dated  instrument  simulation  programs.   Important changes have
been made in  the  spectrometer  characteristics  illustrated  in
Chapter 3 and tabulated in Appendix B of the handbook.

For an online copy of the revisions, you may  use  the  anonymous
ftp  site.  To  do so, ftp to superego.ssl.berkeley.edu (Internet
number and log on with the username  "anonymous".
Retrieve  the file with the command "get handbook3.ps".  Or, send
mail  to  egoinfo@ssl.berkeley.edu   with   the   command   "send
handbook3.ps" in the body of the message.

For  a  hard  copy  of   the   revised   text,   send   mail   to
egoinfo@ssl.berkeley.edu or call (510) 643-5056.

A previous issue of this newsletter contained  outdated  informa-
tion  about  how  to obtain the ROSAT Bright Source List from the
EUVE Guest Observer Center.  Here is the updated information:

To obtain the Bright Source List and other files  from  the  mail
server,  send  mail  to  egoinfo@ssl.berekeley.edu with the words
"send index" for a listing of available files or  send  "wfc.tbl"
or  "wfc.tex for tabular text or tex files. The send command must
be part of the body of the message, not the header.

To use the anonymous ftp site,  ftp to  superego.ssl.berkeley.edu
(Internet  number  and  log on with the username
"anonymous". The directory pub contains two  pertinent  subdirec-
tories;  docs,  which contains various tables and files including
the Bright Source list and software,  which  contains  compressed
tar files of the IRAF/EUV software.  Files can be retrieved using
the get command, for example "get wfc.tbl".
The  EUVE  Electronic  Newsletter  is  issued  by  the Center for  
Extreme  Ultraviolet  Astrophysics,   University  of  California, 
Berkeley. The opinions expressed  are those of the authors.

Publisher: Roger F. Malina,  Managing Editor: Camille Trentacoste
      Funded by NASA Contracts NAS5-30180 and NAS5-29298.
Send newsletter correspondence to: pub@ssl.berkeley.edu (Internet)
The EUVE Project is managed by NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center
in  Greenbelt, MD.  The EUVE Project Manager at GSFC is Mr. Frank
Volpe, the GSFC Project Scientist for EUVE is Dr. Yoji Kondo. The
NASA  Headquarters EUVE Program Scientist is Dr. Robert Stachnik,
the NASA Headquarters EUVE Program Manager is Mr. John Lintott.

Information on the EUVE Guest Observer Program is available from:

        Dr. Yoji Kondo
        Mail Code 684
        Goddard Space Flight Center
        Greenbelt, MD 20771
	(301) 286-6247

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