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STScI and Gemini are announcing the first public beta release of the Ureka binary packaging installer for common astronomical software (primarily for the UV/Optical/IR community). The goals of the Ureka installer are to:
Selecting or Creating a Band Definition File
The Nod & Shuffle mode and the definition of micro-shuffling and band-shuffling are described on the Nod & Shuffle pages. The terms from those pages will be used in the description below. Also note that Nod and Shuffle masks can only be created for GMOS mask files --- Flamingos-2 does not support N&S masks.
Creating Object Definition Files (ODFs)
Once all object priorities and slit angles have been set, you are ready to create mask file(s). This step will allow you to create a minimal ODF for each mask required for the current FITS image. The software has the ability to select objects based on their priority to optimally place the slits in the mask. The following steps outline how to create the mask:
To load the Object Table, proceed as follows:
The image of the field should be a reduced (co-added) GMOS image supplied by Gemini, or a similarly reduced image. The image should be a MEF file. More information about MEF files can be found on the data formats page.
You can only plot the slits and spectra for a single mask at a time.
the ODF catalog has changed on the disk you may bring your ODF window
up to date by pressing the “Reload Catalog” button. To load and
plot the slits for a particular mask:
The table below summarises the classically-scheduled programs that have been awarded time on Gemini North and South, as well as programs from the Gemini community awarded Exchange time on Keck and Subaru. Jump directly to the schedule for: