The SOXS data-reduction pipeline

David R. Young, Marco Landoni, Stephen J. Smartt, Sergio Campana, Riccardo Claudi, Pietro Schipani, Matteo Aliverti, Andrea Baruffolo, Sagi Ben-Ami, Federico Biondi, Giulio Capasso, Rosario Cosentino, Francesco D'Alessio, Paolo D'Avanzo, Ofir Hershko, Hanindyo Kuncarayakti, Matteo Munari, Giuliano Pignata, Adam Rubin, Salvatore ScuderiFabrizio Vitali, Jani Achrén, José Antonio Araiza-Duran, Iair Arcavi, Anna Brucalassi, Rachel Bruch, Enrico Cappellaro, Mirko Colapietro, Massimo Della Valle, Marco De Pascale, Rosario Di Benedetto, Sergio D'Orsi, Avishay Gal-Yam, Matteo Genoni, Marcos Hernandez, Jari Kotilainen, Gianluca Li Causi, Seppo Mattila, Michael Rappaport, Kalyan Radhakrishnan, Davide Ricci, Marco Riva, Bernardo Salasnich, Ricardo Zanmar Sanchez, Maximilian Stritzinger, Héctor Ventura

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Resumen

The Son-Of-X-shooter (SOXS) is a dual arm spectrograph (UV-VIS and NIR) and Acquisition Camera (AC) due to mounted on the European Southern Observatory (ESO) 3.6m New Technology Telescope (NTT) in La Silla. Designed to simultaneously cover the optical and NIR wavelength range from 350-2050 nm, the instrument will be dedicated to the study of transient and variable events with many Target of Opportunity requests expected. The goal of the SOXS Data Reduction pipeline is to use calibration data to remove all instrument signatures from the SOXS scientific data frames for each of the supported instrument modes, convert this data into physical units and deliver them with their associated error bars to the ESO Science Archive Facility (SAF) as Phase 3 compliant science data products, all within 30 minutes. The primary reduced product will be a detrended, wavelength and flux calibrated, telluric corrected 1D spectrum with UV-VIS + NIR arms stitched together. The pipeline will also generate Quality Control (QC) metrics to monitor telescope, instrument and detector health. The pipeline is written in Python 3 and has been built with an agile development philosophy that includes adaptive planning and evolutionary development. The pipeline is to be used by the SOXS consortium and the general user community that may want to perform tailored processing of SOXS data. Test driven development has been used throughout the build using ?€?extreme' mock data. We aim for the pipeline to be easy to install and extensively and clearly documented.

Idioma originalInglés
Título de la publicación alojadaSoftware and Cyberinfrastructure for Astronomy VI
EditoresJuan C. Guzman, Jorge Ibsen
EditorialSPIE
ISBN (versión digital)9781510636910
DOI
EstadoPublicada - 2020
EventoSoftware and Cyberinfrastructure for Astronomy VI 2020 - Virtual, Online, Estados Unidos
Duración: 14 dic 202018 dic 2020

Serie de la publicación

NombreProceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering
Volumen11452
ISSN (versión impresa)0277-786X
ISSN (versión digital)1996-756X

Conferencia

ConferenciaSoftware and Cyberinfrastructure for Astronomy VI 2020
País/TerritorioEstados Unidos
CiudadVirtual, Online
Período14/12/2018/12/20

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  • Materiales electrónicos, ópticos y magnéticos
  • Física de la materia condensada
  • Informática aplicada
  • Matemáticas aplicadas
  • Ingeniería eléctrica y electrónica

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