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PMC-Internal L2/L3 RR kicks-off

The first major review of PSM activity, the L2/L3 Requirements Review, successfully kicked-off on Friday 29th November. This internal review, which is run completely by the PLATO Mission Consortium and has only limited input from ESA, is assessing the requirements for the L2 & L3 data processing pipelines, the systems that take PLATO light curves and identify planetary candidates, confirm planetary systems, and derive stellar properties.

The initial phase of the review concludes on the 20th of December, and the review runs until the end of February 2020.

The review is being organised and run using the PLATO Consortium's common infrastructure system, SCIP. The review panel includes members of the PSM, PDC, and ESA, and the review is being overseen by a Board primarily consisting of PLATO Science Working Team members.

Mon 09 Dec 2019, 16:32 | Tags: Review, Exoplanets, PDC, PSM, ESA, data processing, news, PLATO, PMC, requirements, L2/3 RR, kick-off, SCIP