7 Nov. 2013, 14:30
Chair: Ivan Valtchanov

In the call: Ivan Valtchanov, Antioche, Ed Polehampton, Jean Matagne, Vero, Alvar García, Luca Conversi, Chris Pearson, Daizhong Liu, Ram Kesh, Quang Nguyen, Bruno Merín.

This webinar will demonstrate how to correct the FTS spectra of semi-extended sources or sources with known size by using the semi-extended correction tool (SECT), available from HIPE v11.

Agenda

  1. Introduction to the updates for the SPIRE FTS in HIPE v11.
  2. Different types of sources: how to tell if the source is point-like, fully extended or semi-extended with respect to the FTS beam.
  3. Demonstration of the semi-extended correction tool (SECT) available in HIPE v11.
    Obligatory reading: SPIRE Data Reduction Guide, section 6.5.
    Obligatory reading for the framework: Wu et al. (2013)
  4. Questions and answers.

The following observations will be used for the demonstration:
  • M82 obsid 1342208389, FTS sparse mode spectroscopy in H+LR, only HR part will be used.
  • M82 obsid 1342185537 for the photometer map, to be used in the FTS footprint script.

Video-recording of the webinar:






Contents of the webinar:

Minute 0:00 : Welcome and important documentation
Minute 2:57 : Pipeline and Product changes for SPIRE
Minute 10:26 : Introduction to the updates for the SPIRE FTS in HIPE v11.
Minute 15:28 : Different types of sources: how to tell if the source is point-like, fully extended or semi-extended with respect to the FTS beam.
Minute 26:00 : Demonstration of the semi-extended correction tool (SECT) available in HIPE v11.
Minute 46:40 : Questions and answers.