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Update on SPIRE Photometer Pipeline. Kevin Xu NHSC/IPAC on behalf of the SPIRE ICC. What’s New in HIPE 9.1. ✔. Improved map-making, with destriper in standard processing Electrical crosstalk correction (significant for very bright sources)

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Update on spire photometer pipeline

Update on SPIREPhotometer Pipeline

Kevin Xu

NHSC/IPAC

on behalf of the SPIRE ICC


Update on spire photometer pipeline

What’s New in HIPE 9.1

  • Improved map-making, with destriperin standard processing

  • Electrical crosstalk correction (significant for very bright sources)

  • NaiveMapper has two options for estimating flux in a sky pixel:

    • simple average (the only option before HIPE 9)

    • inverse variance weighted mean

  • “Cooler Burps” correction in user pipeline scripts

  • New versions of two point source photometry tasks:

    • Timeline Fitter

    • Sussextractor

  • Two new “SPIRE Useful scripts”:

    • Photometer Bolometer Finder

    • Photometer Calculate Ephemeris SSO Position


Destriper

Destriper

  • Destriper (replacing the median baseline remover as pipeline default):

    • Minimize map stripes by adjusting the baseline subtraction (median or

  • polynomial) iteratively using the naïve mapper.

Destriper:

Median

Baseline

Remover:

For more information, see the Destriper’s webpage:

https://nhscsci.ipac.caltech.edu/sc/index.php/Spire/PhotScanMapDestriper


Update on spire photometer pipeline

What’s New in HIPE 9.1

  • Improved map-making, with destriperin standard processing

  • Electrical crosstalk correction (significant for very bright sources)

  • NaiveMapper has two options for estimating flux in a sky pixel:

    • simple average (the only option before HIPE 9)

    • inverse variance weighted mean

  • “Cooler Burps” correction in user pipeline scripts

  • New versions of two point source photometry tasks:

    • Timeline Fitter

    • Sussextractor

  • Two new “SPIRE Useful scripts”:

    • Photometer Bolometer Finder

    • Photometer Calculate Ephemeris SSO Position


Update on spire photometer pipeline

What’s New in HIPE 9.1

  • Improved map-making, with destriperin standard processing

  • Electrical crosstalk correction (significant for very bright sources)

  • NaiveMapper has two options for estimating flux in a sky pixel:

    • simple average (the only option before HIPE 9)

    • inverse variance weighted mean

  • “Cooler Burps” correction in user pipeline scripts

  • New versions of two point source photometry tasks:

    • Timeline Fitter

    • Sussextractor

  • Two new “SPIRE Useful scripts”:

    • Photometer Bolometer Finder

    • Photometer Calculate Ephemeris SSO Position


Update on spire photometer pipeline

SPIRE Naïve Mapper

Two options:

(1) No weighting: Flux of a sky pixel is the simple average of all signal samplings (by all detectors)

in the pixel:

Sky pixel

f5

f4

f3

,

f1

f2

(2) Inverse variance (of instrument noise) weighted:

Flux of a sky pixel is the inverse variance weighted mean of all signal samplings in the pixel, the variance is calculated using the white noise of the detector with which a given sampling is taken:

signal samplings


Update on spire photometer pipeline

SPIRE Naïve Mapper

HIPE Command Line:

Simple Average:

mapPsw=naiveScanMapper(scans, array="PSW", method=BinaryWeightStrategy)

Inverse variance (of instrument white noise) weighted:

mapPsw=naiveScanMapper(scans, array="PSW", method=WhiteNoiseWeight)


Update on spire photometer pipeline

What’s New in HIPE 9.1

  • Improved map-making, with destriperin standard processing

  • Electrical crosstalk correction (significant for very bright sources)

  • NaiveMapper has two options for estimating flux in a sky pixel:

    • simple average (the only option before HIPE 9)

    • inverse variance weighted mean

  • “Cooler Burps” correction in user pipeline scripts

  • New versions of two point source photometry tasks:

    • Timeline Fitter

    • Sussextractor

  • Two new “SPIRE Useful scripts”:

    • Photometer Bolometer Finder

    • Photometer Calculate Ephemeris SSO Position


Cooler burp

“Cooler Burp”

  • Every time when SPIRE is switched on after a cooler recycle, the first ~6 h sees rapid drifts of the temperature and of the bias voltage.

  • It causes abnormal drifts in detector timelines, which in turn cause stripes in maps observed during the “cooler burp” period.

Resistor

voltage

After cooler recycle 2

(~40 h)

After cooler recycle 1

(~40 h)

An example of

stripes caused

by cooler burp:

bias drift ~10σ

Bias

voltage

“burp” ~ 6h

  • In user pipeline, there is an optional module for the correction of this effect.


Update on spire photometer pipeline

What’s New in HIPE 9.1

  • Improved map-making, with destriperin standard processing

  • Electrical crosstalk correction (significant for very bright sources)

  • NaiveMapper has two options for estimating flux in a sky pixel:

    • simple average (the only option before HIPE 9)

    • inverse variance weighted mean

  • “Cooler Burps” correction in user pipeline scripts

  • New versions of two point source photometry tasks:

    • Sussextractor

    • Timeline Fitter

  • Two new “SPIRE Useful scripts”:

    • Photometer Bolometer Finder

    • Photometer Calculate Ephemeris SSO Position


Update on spire photometer pipeline

HIPE Command Line:

  • Sussextractor (new algorithm):

  • srcList = sourceExtractorSussextractor(image=map,\

  • detThreshold=detectionThreshold, fwhm=fwhm[array], \

  • beamArea=area[array])

  • Timeline Fitter (old name: timelineSourceFitterTask):

  • result = sourceExtractorTimeline(input=scanContext, array=array, \

  • sourcePositionEstimate=Double1d([raCentres[i], decCentres[i]]),\

  • rPeak=rPeak[array])

  • To learn more about these modules, see SPIRE Data Reduction Guide,

  • Section 5.7 “Recipe for SPIRE Photometry”


Update on spire photometer pipeline

What’s New in HIPE 9.1

  • Improved map-making, with destriperin standard processing

  • Electrical crosstalk correction (significant for very bright sources)

  • NaiveMapper has two options for estimating flux in a sky pixel:

    • simple average (the only option before HIPE 9)

    • inverse variance weighted mean

  • “Cooler Burps” correction in user pipeline scripts

  • New versions of two point source photometry tasks:

    • Sussextractor

    • Timeline Fitter

  • Two new “SPIRE Useful scripts”:

    • Photometer Bolometer Finder

    • Photometer Calculate Ephemeris SSO Position


Update on spire photometer pipeline

  • new “SPIRE Useful scripts”:


Update on spire photometer pipeline

Bolometer Finder:

A new (and better) version:

https://nhscsci.ipac.caltech.edu/spire/DPsoftware/BoloFinder/Photometer_BolometerFinder_2012oct05.py

See the following web page for details:

https://nhscsci.ipac.caltech.edu/sc/index.php/Spire/BoloFinder


Other news

Other News

  • Improvement in pointing for data taken between 2010.3.20 – 2011.6.14

Because of an error in the pointing model, Herschel data taken between

2010.3.20 – 2011.6.14 suffered larger than normal pointing errors (up to 8”).

Now new, improved pointing products are available for these observations in:

ftp://ftp.sciops.esa.int/pub/msanchez/corrected_pointing_od320_761/.

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See the following twiki page on how to use them:

http://herschel.esac.esa.int/twiki/bin/view/Public/HowToUseImprovedPointingProducts

  • New values for SPIRE beam profile solid angles (i.e. beam areas):

New analyses of the SPIRE beam profile data, with background tilt subtraction and background source removal, lead to revised values for beam profile solid angles, which differ from the current official values by up to 6.7%. See the following twiki page for details:

http://herschel.esac.esa.int/twiki/bin/view/Public/SpirePhotometerBeamProfileAnalysis


Anticipated major changes in hipe 10

Anticipated Major Changes in HIPE 10

  • Level 1 timelines will be destriped (i.e. baseline removed).

  • Zero-level correction (i.e. realistic large-scale background level taken

  • from the Planck Survey) will be available.

  • Level 2 products will include:

    • maps in units of Jy/beam (for point sources);

    • maps in units of MJy/sr (for extended sources);

    • maps corrected for proper motion (for solar system objects only).

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