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What's coming up in HIPE 14

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  • Level 2/2.5 extracted spectra tables:
    • A new product is provided at Level 2 for all (line, range, chopNod, unchopped) pointed observations, and also at Level 2.5 for the subset of unchopped, rangeScan observations. This table, HPSSPEC[R|B], contains the extracted spectrum of the central spaxel, and the point source calibrated spectra "c1" and "c129" from the pipeline task extractCentralSpectrum. Since the point-source calibrated spectra are taken from the centre of the cube, it is necessary that the source is located within spaxel 2,2 (the central one). However, we make no determination that the target of the observation actually is a point source - that is up to the end-user to establish. These tables are also provided as standalone browse products.
  • Level 3 extracted spectra table:
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    • The new spectrum tables from Level 2 for the pointed, chopNod, full SED observations, are concatenated into a single table which is placed in Level 3. This table, HPSSPEC, contains the extracted spectra taken from all the observations that were taken to cover the full spectral range (the full SED) of PACS for that target (this will be usually two, sometimes three, separate observations). Moreoever, the red and blue camera, and all slices, are included this single table. This table is also provided as a standalone browse product.
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    • The new spectrum tables from Level 2 for the pointed, chopNod, full SED observations, are concatenated into a single table which is placed in Level 3. This table, HPSSPEC, contains the extracted spectra for all the observations that were taken to cover the full spectral range (the full SED) of PACS for that target (this will be usually two, sometimes three, separate observations). Moreoever, the red and blue camera, and all slices, are included this single table. This table is also provided as a standalone browse product.
 
  • Interactive pipeline scripts:
    • The pipeline menu has been reworded, so that the names reflect better what the individual scripts do. The first script offered in each menu is also the preferred one, and that on which the SPG scripts are based.
    • A new pipeline script has been written to create drizzled cubes, based on (and almost hardly different to) the 'Telescope normalisation' pipeline script for chopNod line scans. With this script it is now possible to create drizzle cubes using this preferred pipeline method (in Track 13 it was not possible).
 
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