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Spectra

Display

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  • The cube tools part of the Spectrum Explorer has now a new tool to compare N cubes: One can link them now by world or pixel coordinates, so that selecting a spaxel in one cube, selects simultaneously the same spaxel in the other linked cubes.
 

Analysis

Data cubes

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Photometry

Spectroscopy

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  • There is a new task pacsExtractSpectralRange to spectrally crop a (Sliced)PacsCube or (Sliced)PacsRebinnedCube.
  • The footprint of pointed observations is shown by projecting the rebinned cubes on a finer grid (0.5 arcsec pixelsize).
  • There is a new mask OUTOFBAND which masks the data at wavelengths where the signal is completely blocked by the used filter.
  • Slices which are completely masked by this OUTOFBAND mask are discarded during the level-0.5 processing.
  • Spectra are now by default rebinned to a standard wavelength grid, so that we avoid incompatible wavelength grid when subtracting on and off spectra from different observations.
  • New useful script for point source correction.
  • Improvements in the flatfielding:
    • Fixed flux conservation problem in some cases with background normalization in specFlatFieldRange.
    • Switched to linear fitter in specFlatFieldLine.
    • Improved line flux conservation in cases of low continuum.
  • One can now slice the level-0 data with pacsSpecSliceLevel0 to reduce the memory consumption of the processing till level-0.5.
  • Some simplifications in the ipipe scripts.
  • Drizzle works now also with sliced products.
  • Fixed some wrong values of the 'onOffSource' meta keyword.
  • Fixed some inconsistencies in the units and labels of the pipeline products.
  • Added the missing keyword 'faintLines' to the observation context.

 

Calibration

Photometry

Spectroscopy

 
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