Product Definition Document

Version 11.1, Document Number: HERSCHEL-HSC-DOC-0959
10 April 2017

Table of Contents

I. Herschel Products Description
1. Introduction
1.1. Acronyms
2. Herschel products
2.1. Herschel product types
2.2. Observational products levels
2.3. Herschel product generic definition
2.3.1. Product basic structure
2.4. Datasets in Herschel products
2.5. Spectrum specialised datasets
2.5.1. Spectrum1d
2.5.2. Spectrum2d
2.6. Image and cube generic products
2.6.1. SimpleImage product
2.6.2. SimpleCube product
2.6.3. SpectralSimpleCube product
2.7. Context products
2.8. Product metadata keywords
2.9. The Herschel Observation Context
2.10. Product naming convention for exported FITS files
2.10.1. Observation products
2.10.2. Calibration products
2.10.3. Auxiliary products
2.10.4. Quality Control products
3. HIFI Products Description
3.1. HIFI observational products
3.1.1. HIFI Observation Context metadata
3.1.2. HIFI Level 0, Level 0.5, Level 1 and level 2 contexts
3.1.3. HIFI Level 2 context
3.1.4. HIFI Level 2.5 context
3.2. HIFI calibration products
3.2.1. HIFI calibration products 1: Predefined calibration products
3.2.2. HIFI calibration products 2: Calibration products derived from the HifiTimelineProduct
3.3. HIFI Quality products
3.4. HIFI Trend Analysis products
4. PACS Products Description
4.1. PACS observational products
4.1.1. PACS Observation Context metadata
4.1.2. PACS photometry level-0 context
4.1.3. PACS photometry level-0.5 context
4.1.4. PACS photometry level-1 context
4.1.5. PACS photometry level-2 context
4.1.6. PACS photometry level-2.5 context
4.1.7. PACS photometry level-3 context
4.1.8. PACS spectroscopy level-0 context
4.1.9. PACS spectroscopy level-0.5 products
4.1.10. PACS spectroscopy level-1 products
4.1.11. PACS spectroscopy level-2 products
4.1.12. PACS spectroscopy level-2.5
4.1.13. PACS spectroscopy level-3
4.2. PACS calibration products
4.2.1. PACS Common Calibration Products
4.2.2. PACS Photometer Calibration products
4.2.3. PACS Spectrometer Calibration Products
5. SPIRE Products Description
5.1. SPIRE observational products
5.1.1. SPIRE Observation Context metadata
5.1.2. Level-0 products
5.1.3. Level-0.5 products
5.1.4. Level-1 products
5.1.5. Level-2 products
5.1.6. Level-2.5 products
5.1.7. Level-3 products
5.2. SPIRE calibration products
5.2.1. Calibration History Products
5.2.2. Photometer Calibration Products
5.2.3. Spectrometer Calibration Products
6. Auxiliary, Catalogue and Quality Products Description
6.1. Auxiliary products
6.2. Quality Control
6.2.1. Quality Flags
7. Standalone Browse Products Description
7.1. Standalone Browse Products Description

List of Figures

2.1. Herschel generic Product structure
2.2. Observation Context structure
6.1. Herschel Quality Control Summary Report

List of Tables

2.1. Herschel products attributes
2.2. Main metadata keywords in observational products
3.1. Example of the metadata keywords contained in a HIFI Single Point observation.
3.2. Example of the metadata keywords contained in a HIFI Mapping observation.
3.3. Example of the metadata keywords contained in a HIFI Spectral Scan.
4.1. Example of the metadata keywords contained in a PACS Photometry observation.
4.2. Example of the metadata keywords contained in a PACS Line Spectroscopy observation.
4.3. Example of the metadata keywords contained in a PACS Range Spectroscopy observation.
5.1. Example of the metadata keywords contained in a SPIRE Photometry observation.
5.2. Example of the metadata keywords contained in a SPIRE Spectroscopy observation.
6.1. Auxiliary products