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SPIRE instrument and calibration web pages

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  Calibration files for all three instruments can be obtained here:
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Note that these can also be downloaded with the observation context of a given observation.
 
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The available calibration trees for SPIRE are listed with details here. At least calibration trees spire_cal_5_0 and above can be retrieved in HIPE from the HSA using
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The available calibration trees for SPIRE are listed with details here. A .jar file can be downloaded and then read in HIPE as a calibration tree like this:
cal = spireCal(jarFile="spire_cal_5_2.jar")

The calibration trees spire_cal_5_0 and above can be retrieved in HIPE from the HSA using

 cal = spireCal(calTree="spire_cal_5_0") etc. The default one can be obtained with cal = spireCal(calTree="spire_cal")

SPIRE photometer

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FTS calibration

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Important FTS information, including calibration, point source and extended source calibration etc, is available in the SPIRE Observers' Manual, Sections 4.2 and 5.3. These two sections are a must-read for anybody processing SPIRE FTS data.
 

FTS data processing

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  • Telescope RSRFs (daily dark sky observation) are available here for HIPE 5.x and here for HIPE 6.x. These can be used directly in the user processing script. For best results, one should use the telescope RSRF derived from a daily dark taken in the day of the observation.
 -- AnthonyMarston - 24 Jan 2011
 
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