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The aperture shown in CUBISM is data-driven, and does not intend to represent the full slit. The width in the CUBISM visualization reflects that of the 1 pixel width wavesamp, which is set that way on purpose, reflecting the fact that in the cross-slit...
You may experience inconsistencies between the colors indicated in the CUBISM documentation and what you see on your screen if you have chosen to install the full source distribution of CUBISM. If you have trouble with the colors looking strange on a 1...
An example of the problem using the SH and LH slits is illustrated here: http://ssc.spitzer.caltech.edu/files/spitzer/n1365_irs_sh_lh.jpg [1]. The spectral map positions are in array coordinates, which have axes that are parallel and perpendicular to t...
In order to understand the answer to this question, you need a little background on the SSC pipeline. Roughly every six months, the pipeline number (the "S-number") for all new Spitzer data (from all instruments) in the archive is incremented as a new so...
As part of the closeout for the Spitzer cryogenic mission custody of Spitzer documentation was transferred from the Spitzer Science Center to the Infrared Science Archive (IRSA) in April of 2011. However some information needed to run the warm mission was...