19 December 2002 Data Reduction Pipeline for EMIR; a near-IR multiobject spectrograph for the Spanish 10m telescope
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EMIR (Espectrografo Multiobjeto Infrarrojo) is a near-infrared wide-field camera and multi-object spectrograph to be built for the 10.4m Spanish telescope (Gran Telescopio Canarias, GTC) at La Palma. The Data Reduction Pipeline (DRP), which is being designed and built by the EMIR Universidad Complutense de Madrid group, will be optimized for handling and reducing near-infrared data acquired with EMIR. Both reduced data and associated error frames will be delivered to the end-users as a final product.
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Jesus Gallego, Jesus Gallego, Nicolas Cardiel, Nicolas Cardiel, Angel Serrano, Angel Serrano, Javier Gorgas, Javier Gorgas, Jaime Zamorano, Jaime Zamorano, Francisco Garzon, Francisco Garzon, Cesar-Enrique Garcia-Dabo, Cesar-Enrique Garcia-Dabo, Armando Gil de Paz, Armando Gil de Paz, } "Data Reduction Pipeline for EMIR; a near-IR multiobject spectrograph for the Spanish 10m telescope", Proc. SPIE 4847, Astronomical Data Analysis II, (19 December 2002); doi: 10.1117/12.460344; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.460344
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