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Herschel Science Publications -- Acknowledgment Guidelines

Please include acknowledgments for

* The Herschel Observatory (see below)

* NASA funding for your Herschel observations/data processing (see below)

* Any other NASA funding you have received for Herschel based research.

* Herschel Data Processing - You are invited to acknowledge HIPE and HSpot (see below)



Herschel Observatory Acknowledgments

Details regarding citations, acknowledgements, author lists and other important information are available here.

Prior to the Herschel A&A special issue, these announcements were made by Göran Pilbratt :
Announcement 3/26/10 (pdf)
Announcement of 3/11/10 (pdf)


FOR NASA HERSCHEL FUNDING

This work is based [in part] on observations made with Herschel, a European Space Agency Cornerstone Mission with significant participation by NASA. Support for this work was provided by NASA through an award issued by JPL/Caltech.

For programs funded via the NHSC Theoretical Research/Laboratory Astrophysics Program (AO-0)

If your home institution is a university, non-profit research institution (e.g., STScI, Caltech, JPL, or IPAC), or corporation, please include:

Support for this work, part of the NASA Herschel Science Center Theoretical Research/Laboratory Astrophysics Program, was provided by NASA through a contract issued by the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology under a contract with NASA.

If your home institution is a NASA Center or any other federal government organization, please include:

Support for this work, part of the NASA Herschel Science Center Theoretical Research/Laboratory Astrophysics Program, was provided by NASA


Herschel Data Processing Acknowledgments (UPDATED March 26 2010)

Where appropriate, you are invited to acknowledge the use of Herschel, HCSS, HSpot and/or HIPE by:

“The Herschel spacecraft was designed, built, tested, and launched under a contract to ESA managed by the Herschel/Planck Project team by an industrial consortium under the overall responsibility of the prime contractor Thales Alenia Space (Cannes), and including Astrium (Friedrichshafen) responsible for the payload module and for system testing at spacecraft level, Thales Alenia Space (Turin) responsible for the service module, and Astrium (Toulouse) responsible for the telescope, with in excess of a hundred subcontractors.”

“HCSS / HSpot / HIPE is a joint development (are joint developments) by the Herschel Science Ground Segment Consortium, consisting of ESA, the NASA Herschel Science Center, and the HIFI, PACS and SPIRE consortia.”

HCSS can be referenced as follows: Riedinger, J.R. 2009, ESA Bulletin 139, 14

HIPE can be referenced as follows: Ott, S. 2010, ASP Conference Series, 434, 139



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