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What's coming up in HIPE 14

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Planned work

HIPE

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HIFI

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PACS

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SPIRE

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Highlights

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Spectroscopy

  • Interpolated cubes: Cubes produced by the task specInterpolate now have a spaxel size of 3".
  • Interpolated cubes: Are no longer provided for oversampled mapping observations.
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  • Interpolated cubes: The way the task specInterpolate handles NaNs as it creates these cubes has changed. This will primarily affect cubes with saturated data. Saturated data are masked out and replaced with NaNs when rebinned cubes are built. Interpolated cubes are then created from the rebinned cubes. NaNs are now filtered out as the interpolation task does its work on the input cubes, and all affected and immediately surrounding spaxels of the output interpolated cube will also be NaN. Hence, at the affected wavelengths, the NaN area will be larger than before...but this is also more correct than before.
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  • Interpolated cubes: The way the task specInterpolate handles NaNs as it creates these cubes has changed. This will primarily affect cubes with saturated data. Saturated data are masked out and replaced with NaNs when rebinned cubes are built. Interpolated cubes are then created from the rebinned cubes. NaNs are now filtered out as the interpolation task does its work on the input cubes, and all affected and immediately surrounding spaxels of the output interpolated cube will also be NaN. Hence, at the affected wavelengths, the NaN area will be larger than before...but this is also more correct than before.
 
  • Standalone browse products: we now provide the new extracted spectra tables, HPSSPEC[R|B] and HPSSPEC (see above), as SBPs.
  • Drizzle cubes: in SPG 13 the drizzle cube fluxes were incorrect. In SPG 14 they are now correct.
  • PacsCubes and PacsRebinnedCubes created by the pipeline (HPS3D [R|B] and HPS3DR [R|B]) will now display in cube viewers with a flip over the diagonal, as compared to previously. The new orientation makes it easier to compare the cubes in cube viewers (the Standard Cube Viewer or the Spectrum Explorer) to the display of the PacsSpectralFootprint viewer.
 
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