I've got a password for checking in my program through Spot. Is that all I need to access the archive?
Posted by IRSA HelpDesk on 11 March 2013 03:05 PM

No, your program password (aka "Spot password") is not the same as your archive password, sorry!

If you want to access publicly accessible data through the archive, you do not need a password.

If you want to access proprietary data through the archive, you need to login to the archive. If you still do not have access to the data, contact the Spitzer helpdesk (you will only be given access to proprietary data if you are the PI or TC for the program in question, or you have permission from the PI or TC).

Archive access is granted on a program-by-program basis; you cannot be granted archive access to just a few AORs from a program.

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