From C. Shelton, 06/02/06:

Here's a to do list, at least what I can remember. Is there anything else you can think of?

Finish the "tasks left for next week" from your email (below). Find waveplate zero position, record it in Default file. Check Q1, Q2 signal levels at zenith Add Q2 baffle, or at least check Q2 alignment as we did for Q1. Recheck signal levels at zenith, test and debug if needed all remaining lock modes Insert polynomial correction on m2_x and m2_y Move telescope, check signal levels and polynomial correction vs pointing. Add and test separate loop-dropout and safety thresholds (red, yellow thresholds) Test interactions with safety system (test of pieces -- full test requires yellow beam, LaserLaunchTelescope).

In your original alignment, how did you go about establishing the coude end of the polar axis? You explained how you spun the telescope to get the upper end.

I'll also coordinate with John A.

When is there likely to be a yellow beam? An LaserLaunchTelescope?

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